Best Places to Eat in Alicante, Spain // CEA Study Abroad
I wanted to list some of my favorite restaurants that I’ve found in Alicante, Spain, during my semester abroad with CEA Study Abroad! Although many days I shopped at the Mercadona or Corte Ingles for my groceries, sometimes I explored what Alicante’s restaurants had to offer. Of course, there are the well-known tapas that Spain is notable for, but I also found other types of cuisine.
My Study Abroad Experience in 2021 / CEA Study Abroad
"If you’re looking forward to studying abroad in the coming months, you have nothing to worry about. With the help of CEA on-site staff and advisors, I’ve been able to have a safe and educational study abroad experience so far!"
What to do in Alicante, Spain | Ultimate Guide
This ultimate guide is packed with things to do in Alicante, where to eat, what to do in Alicante if it rains, & day trips from Alicante
10 most Instagrammble places in Alicante
I’ve spent long weekends in Alicante twice in the last two years and hopefully I’ll be able to visit again soon! Situated on Spain’s Costa Blanca, Alicante rolls a city break and …
What to See in Tabarca, Spain // CEA Study Abroad
For one of our last excursions, CEA took us to the island of Tabarca off of Alicante! With only 30 people inhabiting the island, the island doesn’t take long to walk through. We began our day by meeting at the port where our Kontiki boat picked us up! The boat trip is about 45 minutes long, and we sat on the top of the boat to overlook the Mediterranean sea below us.
Academics Abroad: Studying in Alicante, Spain
The education system in Spain has many differences from the education system in the United States. Before choosing your study abroad program, it is important to know what your program offers and how the host university works with its students.
Barcelona & Other Travels: Spain Study Abroad Adventures
"After visiting so many places in Spain, I was heartbroken to return back home. I fell in love with each city we visited due to their own uniqueness and special cultural nuances."
On the Fence About Studying Abroad? 3 Reasons Why You Should
As a freshman in college, I knew that I wanted to travel and expand my horizons, but I wasn’t sure if that meant an entire semester away from home. I wasn’t too nervous until I found out I was the only student from my school studying abroad in Alicante, Spain -- would I meet any friends? Could I travel across the world by myself? Do I have enough money to support myself? Whatever your concerns may be, if you’re on the fence about studying abroad, here’s why you should.
Studying Abroad as a Latina First-Generation College Student
I am a Latina, born and raised in the Dominican Republic, who moved to the United States in 2010. My heritage means that I am considered a minority within the study abroad community, since only 10.6% of study abroad students identify as Latinos/as. I chose to study abroad in Alicante, Spain, with CEA Study Abroad.
Why Study Abroad in Alicante, Spain?
If Alicante sounds unfamiliar to you, don’t feel ashamed or uncultured. The name did not ring a bell to me initially, and I had never met anyone who had traveled there. Despite this possibility, I invite you to learn about all the beautiful things Alicante has to offer when deciding where to study abroad!