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Alicante Airport Trains

Alicante airport currently has no a train station. There were provisions made in anticipation of a train or tram link when the new NAT terminal was constructed, but there is currently no plan to build a line. A line would be located in the basement of the terminal if it were to be built in the future.

There is, however, a train station in the city of Alicante, and it is easily accessible by bus. There is an 'Airport to Alicante City' bus, or Line C6, which takes you from the airport to the train station in approximately 45 minutes. The price is €3.85 per ticket and it departs every 20 minutes. You can catch this bus from bus stop 29 or 30, which is located just outside of the terminal. You can find out more about buses to and from the airport on our bus page.

The train station in Alicante is connected to the national train network, so it connects Alicante to all the major Spanish cities, such as Madrid, Seville and Barcelona. RENFE is the operator of this station, which is the state owned railway company in Spain.

To book tickets or to find the train schedules and routes, it is best to visit the official website at If you prefer to speak to someone you can call their customer service centre on (+34) 902 240 202.

The Alicante TRAM

The Alicante TRAM, which is a more local train service, is another form of transportation for shorter distances. The TRAM provides a service along the Costa Blanca and connects all major locations such as Alicante, Benidorm and Denia. Prices are very reasonable, with a single ticket from Alicante to Benidorm costing €3.75.

The TRAM station is located at 'Luceros', and you can get to this station by taking the 'Airport to Alicante City' bus (Line C6) at a cost of €3.85 per ticket. Just remember to get off at the 'Luceros' bus stop.

The TRAM has five different lines. The lines are:

  • Line 1 (L1) – This connects Luceros station in Alicante to Benidorm Station. There are 21 stops along the way and it takes 1 hour 12 minutes.
  • Line 2 (L2) – This connects Luceros station in Alicante to Sant Vicent del Raspeig. There are 14 stops on this route.
  • Line 3 (L3) – This connects Luceros station in Alicante to El Campello. There are 17 stops on the route with a total journey time of 31 minutes.
  • Line 4 (L4) – This connects Luceros station in Alicante to Cabo Huertas (San Juan beach). There are 18 stops on the route with a total journey time of 27 minutes.
  • Line 9 (L9) – This connects Benidorm Station to Denia. There are 18 stops on this route including Altea, Calpe, Teulada and Gata. To get to this line you first have to travel in L1 and connect at Benidorm.

Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) operates this TRAM and you can find all the routes and prices on their website at Tickets can be booked online or at the Luceros station when you arrive. There are no online discounts, so we recommend buying a ticket at the station.