To guide you through the very best of this historic port city weve put together a guidein collaboration with the fine folk at dealcheckerthat has a heavy slant on cultural travel; choosing a few of our preferred artistic activities, design-conscious hotels, and gastronomic offerings. Museo de Arte Contemporneo de Alicante (MACA) Once youve had your fill of meandering through Alicantes wonderful Old Town, walked the palm-studded Explanada de Espaa, and spent ample lazy afternoons tanning on the beach, head to the Museo de Arte Contemporneo de Alicante (MACA) , a museum that houses regular exhibitions of 20th century and contemporary art, alongside three permanent collections. Having undergone a major renovation in 2011, a new modern building extends on the original Casa de la Asegurada; the oldest remaining civil building in the city, built in 1685. Museo Arqueolgico de Alicante (MARQ) Photography, Engracia Muoz Santos / Gabriel Juan Jimnez Martnez / courtesy Alicante Tourism. The Museo Arqueolgico de Alicante (MARQ) is a must for lovers of human activity, the space divided into various thematic galleries each displaying collections of classified and catalogued finds. Much more than a museum, MARQ is a is a multi-use and versatile venue, a professional institution and renowned educational space, and patron of key archaeological sites throughout Alicante. Located close to the museum is the Castillo de Santa Brbara, or at least the lift to the top. Perched on top of Mount Benacantil, 169 metres above the city, the site boasts one of Spains largest mediaeval fortresses and killer views over the Med. A characteristic image of the city from El Postiguet beach, Mount Benacantil has the hallmarks of a human faceearning it the name: The Moors Face. Accessible by foot or car, the castle is open 7 days-a-week and free to visit.
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