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As a southern Spanish city, Alicante is split into 42 neighbourhoods and is located in the southern region of the Valencian community. A historic Mediterranean port, and since the industrial decline the port endured in the 1980’s, Alicante has been striving to rejuvenate itself. The port has become one of the most prominent in Spain and Alicante has a rich history that deserves to be explored and marvelled.
The Castle of Santa Barbara, located on Mount Benacantil, acts as a protector and watches over both the city and the port of Alicante, moreover, the latter was nearly made into an industrial estate in 2006-07 until determined residents hastily intervened. Alicante offers its own charm as the second-largest Valencian city and with the Costa Blanca beaches integral for many tourists, Alicante is now considered one of the fastest growing cities in the country.