Participants and visitors of WVC2016 should not miss the opportunity for getting an in-depth knowledge of the cultural, social and gastronomical wealth of this province.
This is what the cultural routes were designed for: to capture the very essence of the Mediterranean through a set of key experiences.


The Castle Route is a historical and cultural tour which invites visitors to visit some the most iconic forts in the Province of Alicante, the majority of which are in the district of Vinalopó.


Enjoy the wine-making tradition of the Province of Alicante. Let yourself be captivated by the wealth of its wine-making by visiting historical wine cellars and tasting wines stamped with the identity of the region.

Taste both traditional menus and innovative combinations in the most prestigious restaurants and, of course, journey through the natural environment which tells the story how these lands came to produce wine.


For lovers of haut cuisine, the Costa Blanca is a little paradise.

Dacosta Restaurante: Chef Quique Dacosta, one of the finest chefs worldwide. Three stars in the prestigious Michelin Guide recognise and endorse each of the lines created by Quique Dacosta during his professional career.

His approach is based on sensory experiences, personal attention, hospitality and the creation of a comfortable atmosphere, always supported by the finest natural ingredients from Alicante's land and sea.

Restaurante Monastrell de Alicante: Chef María José San Román. A cuisine which combines innovation with a Mediterranean touch in its recipes, recognised for the quality of its products and its use of local ingredients. One Michelin Star

Restaurant La Finca de Elche: Chef Susi Díaz. José Maria García and Susi Díaz manage this restaurant with the greatest attention to detail and a continuous spirit of innovation. A constantly evolving cuisine in which clean light flavours take precedence and enhance the purity of its fare. It is recognised with one Michelin Star.

Other restaurants with a Michelin star: BonAmb in Jávea, Casa Alfonso in Dehesa de Campoamor, Casa Pepa in Ondara and L'Escaleta in Cocentaina.



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