ENVIRONMENT FONT DEL LLOP

Font del Llop is strategically located in the heart of the Province of Alicante. It is 10 minutes away from Alicante-Elche International Airport. The nearest train station is located in Alicante, 15 minutes away from the golf course. Moreover, a modern road network that connects it with the main cities of Spain. Font del LLop Golf Resort is located 20 minutes away from the wonderful virgin beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. Therefore, the temperature is perfect (18º on average) to play golf and practice other outdoor sports, having 300 sunny days a year. The golf course also has 25 km of free terrain for hiking and mountain biking.

AIRPORT

Elche-Alicante international airport is 10 minutes away by car and operates 24 hours a day.

BEACHES

An exceptional climate, sandy beaches, coves and crystal clear waters, just minutes from the complex make Font del LLop an ideal place to live or enjoy a vacation.

TOURISM

Monuments, cathedrals, museums, gardens and leisure you can find in the neighboring cities.

GASTRONOMY

The cuisine of Alicante is typically Mediterranean and is based on rice, fish and seafood of great freshness and quality.

AIRPORT

The Alicante-Elche international airport, known as El Altet airport, primarily serves tourist traffic. The percentage of passengers on international flights is 80% of the total, where the United Kingdom, Germany, Holland and Norway are the countries that provide more travelers. In 2018, the Alicante-Elche airport registered a traffic of 14 million passengers.

It is located 8 km away at the southwest of Alicante. It is also in the municipality of Elche, 10 km away at the east of its urban center, between the districts of El Altet and Torrellano. Due to its location, this airport serves a large part of the Spanish east.

It occupies the fifth place in the Spanish airport network according to the number of passengers and is among the 50 of the largest traffic within Europe. Furthermore, it represents the airport with the highest passenger traffic in the Valencian Community.

BEACHES

The Alicante Province has 244 kilometers of coastline and can boast the highest number of beaches classified as “excellent” in the Valencian Community. These beaches with crystal clear and transparent waters represent one of the main tourist assets, since year after year, they receive recognition from the European Union with Blue Flags. Many of them are a 20-minute drive from the complex, both in the Alicante area and in the Elche area. From the municipality of Denia, in the north, to that of Pilar de la Horadada, to the south, the Province of Alicante has many charming places to visit such as Benidorm, Calpe, Altea, Guadalest, Orihuela, Sax, Biar, Petrer, Denia, Jávea or Torrevieja.

The island of Tabarca is the only one inhabited by the Valencian Community and is located in front of the city of Alicante, eleven nautical miles from the end of Santa Pola. This small archipelago, composed of several islets, has one of the most spectacular seabed, as well as being an ideal environment to enjoy diving, its crystal clear waters and its stone beaches in a protected marine reserve.

TOURISM

All our environment has a wide offer to enjoy an unforgettable trip: cathedrals, sanctuaries, castles, as well as natural landscapes, etc.

Alicante, province partying par excellence, has no corner or population, however small, that does not celebrate a party with its own idiosyncrasy. The Moors and Christians stand out, a tradition extended throughout the Costa Blanca that has its greatest exponent in Alcoy, Villajoyosa and Crevillente.

The cult of fire is evident with the celebration of the Bonfires of San Juan in Alicante and the fireworks of the Nit del Albà, which color the sky of Elche every August. Following in the city of palm trees, attending a representation of the Misteri d’Elx, a World Heritage Site, is one of the most particular experiences of the province’s celebrations.

GASTRONOMY

One of the products that most identifies Alicante cuisine is rice. This cereal lends itself to other popular dishes, such as “a banda “rice or rice with “costra”, as well as other types of rice dishes, cauldrons, stews such as “olleta”, consisting of rice and legumes such as lentils or chickpeas. In all rice dishes saffron or coloring is used, to give it the characteristic yellow hue.

The most consumed meats in the dishes of the area are usually pork and lamb, although you can always find all kinds of varieties in the excellent restaurants we have in the province, several of them with Michelin stars.

The seafood cuisine has some very traditional fish stews. Some varieties of fish are famous, as is the case with red mullets from Calpe, the mullet and roast or grilled sardine. Among the specific seafood are the striped shrimp of Denia, the sea urchins of the Alicante coast, the prawns, squid, clams and mussels. The marine tradition is very wide, and it has important fishing centers such as Denia, Santa Pola and Torrevieja.

To accompany these culinary delights, nothing better than a wine with Denomination of Origin of Alicante, divided between the Vinalopó region and the Marina Alta.