Sustainable Tips Alicante - Eco-Friendly Travel Guide
A Greener Guide For Getting More Sustainable To Alicante
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Sustainable tips for Alicante
A greener guide for better travel to Alicante
Sustainable Travel & Tips Alicante
Take the bus or train
Alicante is well connected with the rest of the country, and taking the train or bus is a great way to get around. Not only is it more sustainable than flying or driving, but it's also a great way to explore different parts of the country. Plus, you can buy a multicard, which allows you to access all the public transport in the province for a discounted price.
Rent a bike
Alicante is a very bike-friendly city, and many locals use their bikes as their main mode of transportation. Rent a bike and explore the city like a local, while also reducing your carbon footprint. Plus, Alicante has a great bike infrastructure, with designated bike lanes and plenty of bike racks throughout the city.
Eat locally sourced, vegan food
Alicante is home to many great restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients. Eating locally grown food not only supports the local economy, but it also reduces the carbon footprint of your meal by eliminating the need for transportation of ingredients from faraway places. Plus, it’s a great way to try new and delicious food.
If you choose for a vegetarian or vegan meal, you can also save a lot of emissions. The production of a hamburger emits almost 5 times more emissions than the same weight in tofu (Milieu Centraal).
Explore with a guide
A great way to explore the city is to book a tour with a local guide. Not only will you learn about the history and culture of Alicante, but you might also discover hidden gems that you wouldn’t have found on your own. Plus, it’s a great way to support the local economy and meet new people.