Remote Working has become a booming option that provides great advantages for both companies and the workers themselves. The region of Valencia is one of the Spanish areas with the highest number of teleworkers, and the city of Alicante is a clear example of a perfect place to live and work remotely, where the general advantages of teleworking are concentrated.
Alicante has a privileged Mediterranean climate with an average of 320 days of sunshine a year and little rainfall, which makes it possible to enjoy its marvellous beaches at any time of the year, allowing a very high quality of life.
The existing fibre optics and 5G connectivity network in the city makes Alicante a very well-connected destination, which is an essential element and a guarantee for remote workers.
In Alicante you will find a wide variety of coworking spaces adapted to the needs of remote workers, as well as an important ecosystem based on technological transformation and the digital economy, led by the Distrito Digital and Alicante Futura projects, launched by the Generalitat Valenciana and Alicante City Council respectively.
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Alicante is… remote working destination
- Alicante is extremely wide connected with the rest of Spain and Europe
- You can make the most of your time in Alicante
- Locations that act as meeting points or benchmarks already exist in Alicante
- We are also a smart city
- An environment is being generated, a technological ecosystem in the city of Alicante which is very interesting
Coworking spaces have been created in the most strategic areas of the city, providing solutions adapted to the needs of their users. Companies, freelancers, small businesses…, all have a place in these spaces which provide flexible plans for the development of professional projects independently at the same time as promoting collaborative work.
Alicante’s complete transport network includes the Alicante-Elche International Airport, with connections from many Spanish and European cities. The high-speed train network (AVE) enables access to the city centre from many parts of Spain, and Alicante enjoys an extensive road network as well. Getting around the city and its metropolitan area is easy and comfortable, thanks to the network of urban and interurban buses, as well as the tram.
The accommodation on offer is very attractive, ranging from a variety of tourist flat options in areas such as the city centre, Cabo de las Huertas or San Juan beach, to coliving spaces and hotel establishments, some of which have been adapted to offer services for remote workers.
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In Alicante you can enjoy Mediterranean experiences based on culture, leisure, outdoor sports and gastronomy. Whatever your preferences or interests, in Alicante you will find an appropriate, sustainable and professional offer: unique museums in the world, nautical activities, urban routes and trails, beaches and coves, local produce, a network of cycle paths, etc… Even the possibility to visit and stay on an island.
It is undoubtedly a comfortable and safe destination, home to the European Union Intelectual Property Office (EUIPO). A cosmopolitan city, capital of the Costa Blanca, where we also find a first class public and private health and hospital service.
What else could you need to want to settle in Alicante?
The educational offer in Alicante ranges from public schools to private and state schools, with the possibility of bilingual education in several languages. In addition, the proximity of the University of Alicante(located in the nearby town of San Vicente del Raspeig) offers a wide range of university degrees, masters and bachelor’s degrees.