What's The Weather Like in Alicante in November?
November is the end of autumn and start of winter in Alicante and it becomes progressively colder each week. But as November is the end of the rainy season, it should be drier than preceding months. With an average of six hours of sunshine a day there's still plenty of time for exploring the sights.
How Warm Is Alicante In November?
How Warm Is The Sea In Alicante In November?
The Sea temperatures fall to less than 19°C In November, which is usually warm enough for swimming but some may find it a bit too cool.
How Much Does It Rain In Alicante In November?
Alicante Hotels in November
The Hotel Almirante is a good mid-range choice. With a large pool area, comfortable rooms and an excellent location, it makes a good base from which to explore all the delights of Alicante.
The Campanile Alicante is another no frills establishment, catering to holidaymakers on a budget. The location is excellent, and with the delights of Alicante on your doorstep you're unlikely to miss all the facilities and amenities offered by nearby hotels.
Bars and Restaurants
Metro Dance Club
Metro Dance Club is one of Alicante's major nightspots, with local and visiting DJs playing the freshest techno tunes and the bar staying open till the early hours. They also hold dance classes every Saturday and Sunday.
Café Epoca sports classic French décor, with a number of interesting sketches on the walls by Aubrey Beardsley. There's an excellent cocktail menu, with a few house originals which will knock your socks off.
Campanari Pizzeria is reputed to be one of the finest on the Costa Blanca. With over twenty different pizzas on the menu, and plenty of delicious pasta dishes, this is always one of the more popular restaurants in Alicante.
Things to do in Alicante in November
Terra Natura Park
Terra Natura Park, a park and zoo, is home for more than 1,500 animals and nearly two hundred different species. It also has a water park, with water rides and a large pool area. It's a great day out for children and families.
Golf is rapidly becoming one of the most popular sports in Spain. Alicante Golf and El Plantío, both just down the road from Alicante, offer courses with plenty to satisfy both the novice and experienced golfer and sunny, mild Mediterranean days make Alicante and its surroundings an ideal place to hit the links.
Caves of Canelobre
The Caves of Canelobre showcase stalagmites, stalactites and weird limestone formations within spectacular prehistoric caves. The beautiful sunset views from the point alone are worth the trip.