Travel to Alicante

Alicante Train Station – FGV

Alicante tourist information about the narrow gauge railway station – FGV

The narrow gauge Alicante train station is located close to the harbor at the end of the central Postiguet beach, several hundreds of meters away from the Hotel Melia. Here you can take a tram that goes to a nearby town of Campello, passing by long San Juan sand beach.

However, passengers usually take a tram not at the station, but at the first tram stop. The first tram stop is located at the very beginning of the Postiguet beach, about 20 meters behind the Hotel Melia.

alicante tram

There are four tram lines. Three of them start in Alicante: L-1 and L-3 from Mercado and L-4 from Puerta del Mar. Taking L-3 line you can go to Campello, while L-1 line communicates even further to Benidorm. Once you come to Benidorm, you can change to the line L-9 and travel to Altea, Calpe, and Denia. The tram ticket is cheap, depending on your final destination.

For more information, please check the following site:

FGV – Ferrocarrils de Generalitat Valenciana

Address: Ferrocarrils de Generalitat Valenciana, Delegación de Alicante, Avda. Villajoyosa 2, 03016 Alicante Spain.

Alicante RENFE train station

The main train station in Alicante is situated in the center of the city facing Salamanca Avenue. It is run by RENFE Spain company, which offers high-speed connections towards Madrid, Valencia, and Barcelona.


Hi, I'm Katy, a British blogger who now lives on the Costa Blanca, Spain. As you can guess I love Spain and love writing about all of the great things to do here. From the amazing beaches, the beautiful mountain ranges, the stunning towns and cities and the lively bars and restaurants, there is so much to do here. Every day is a good day here in Spain.

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