Alicante is a medium-sized city with almost 300,000 inhabitants, located on the Mediterranean coast. Its privileged location, between the mountains crowned by the castle of Santa Barbara and the sea, makes it an especially charming spot.
Galileo Galilei Alicante is set in one of the most emblematic places of the city, Paseo de la Explanada, overlooking the sea, and surrounded by palm trees. The sea and harbour are visible from the classrooms, and the beach is just two minutes away.
This bustling cosmopolitan city has a very interesting past that goes back many years, combining classical and modern, leisure and business, entertainment and study and even beaches and mountains all within its city walls.
Alicante's climate, which is mild all the year round, together with its splendid beaches, monuments and the attraction of its many festivals and cultural events that take place practically every month make it one of the Spanish cities that receives the most visitors, attracting both foreign and national tourists.