Considering Alacant-Terminal was intended to be a temporary station, which was required when the Spanish network of high speed lines reached the city, it's an impressively useful facility with a location close to the city centre.
The trains use two separate parts of the station, both of which have step-free access with the main terminal building:
The access between the trains and the taxi rank is step-free, but head to the taxi rank and turn right for the street, if you want to avoid using the two short flights of stairs, which are at the main entrance/exit.
(99.99% of the images used on ShowMeTheJourney were captured during our travels, but this image was taken by Falk2 and downloaded from Wikicommons).
Alacant-Terminal is on the western edge of a comparatively compact city centre, the heart of the city at Plaza de los Luceros is a 5 -10 min walk along the street with the appropriate name of Avenue de la Estacion.
The main tourist attraction in Alacant/Alicante is the Castello Santa Barbara and accessing its hilltop location from the station is a two step journey:
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