Routes Spain AlicanteRaval Roig

Raval Roig, Alicante, Spain


Length5 mi
Elev. Gain547.8 ft
Est. Steps12000

City walk

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Convent-operated is a 5 mile (12,000-step) route located near Raval Roig, Alicante, Spain. This route has an elevation gain of about 547.8 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Archaeological Museum of Alicante

Tourist Attraction
The Archaeological Museum of Alicante (Spanish: Museo Arqueológico Provincial de Alicante, Valencian: Museu Arqueològic Provincial d'Alacant, abbreviated as MARQ) is an archaeological museum in Alicante, Spain. The museum won the European Museum of the Year Award in 2004, a few years after significant expansion and reallocation to renovated buildings of the antique hospital of San Juan de Dios.

Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art

Tourist Attraction
Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art (Spanish: Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Alicante, MACA) is a municipal museum in Alicante, Spain. It exhibits 20th-century and contemporary art. Created in 1976 thanks to Eusebio Sempere, and reopened in 2011 after a major renovation, the museum now consists of three permanent collections of about 800 art pieces.

Santa Bárbara Castle

Santa Bárbara Castle (Valencian: Castell de Santa Bàrbara, Spanish: Castillo de Santa Bárbara) is a fortification in the center of Alicante, Spain. It stands on Mount Benacantil (166 m).


Alicante (, also UK: , Spanish: [aliˈkante]; Valencian: Alacant [alaˈkant]) is a city and port in Spain on the Costa Blanca, the capital of the province of Alicante and of the comarca of Alacantí, in the south of the Valencian Community. It is also a historic Mediterranean port. The population of the city of Alicante proper was 330,525, estimated as of 2016, ranking as the second-largest Valencian city.

Basilica of Santa Maria, Alicante

The Basilica of Santa Maria is the oldest active church in Alicante, Spain. It was built in Valencian Gothic style between the 14th and 16th centuries over the remains of a mosque.The basilica is composed from a single nave with six side chapels located between the buttresses. In 2007, by request of the city of Alicante to the Holy See, the church was promoted to the rank of basilica.


Alacantí (Valencian: [alakanˈti], Spanish: Campo de Alicante) is a comarca in the Valencian Community, Spain. It is bordered by the comarques of Marina Baixa and Alcoià to the north and Baix Vinalopó to the south.

Mount Benacantil

Mount Benacantil (Valencian pronunciation: [benakanˈtil]) is a mount (or rather a large hill) that dominates the urban part of Alicante, and is the characteristic image of the city. The mount name appears as Banu-l-Qatil in the work of Muslim geographer Al-Idrisi in the 12th century, but it is possible that this is an error of transcription (Arab names like "beni" are abundant on the peninsula; the name means "family tree") because it does not make a lot of sense in Arabic (it would be "the family of the murderer").

Gravina Museum of Fine Arts

Gravina Museum of Fine Arts (Spanish: Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina, MUBAG) is a museum in the city of Alicante, Spain, located in the Palacio del Conde de Lumiares, a four floor building constructed between 1748 and 1808 and declared a historical monument.The museum is devoted to painting and sculpture of Alicante from the sixteenth century to the early decades of the twentieth century.

Bombing of Alicante

The bombing of Alicante was an aerial attack against the Spanish city of Alicante on 25 May 1938. It was one of the deadliest aerial bombings of the Spanish Civil War.

Concatedral de San Nicolás, Alicante

The Co-cathedral of Saint Nicholas of Bari (Valencian: Cocatedral de Sant Nicolau de Bari, Spanish: Concatedral de San Nicolás de Bari) is a Roman Catholic co-cathedral located in Alacant, in the Valencian Community of Spain. The church, part of the Diocese of Orihuela-Alicante is dedicated to Saint Nicholas and was elevated to the title of cathedral on 9 March 1959 by Pope John XXIII.
Route Details


5 mi

Elev. Gain

547.8 ft

Est. Steps

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