Flights from Luton to Alicante

Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Luton to Alicante

Favourite airline: easyJet
The favourite airline for flights from London Luton to Alicante is easyJet.
easyJet
79 %
Wizz Air UK
9 %
Wizz Air Malta
5 %
Tip: book 2 months before departure
If booked 2 months before travel, flights cost only £80.00.
67 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Sunday
The cheapest ticket prices are available for flights departing on a Sunday.
Direct flights are the cheapest connection
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are £12.00 cheaper on this route.
non stop flight
1 stop
02h 35min
08h 15min
£61
£73
The favourite connection is non-stop
72 % of all bookings on the route London Luton to Alicante are for non-stop flights.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
02h 35min, from £61
72 %
1 stopover Palma de Mallorca
08h 15min, from £73
15 %
1 stopover Bucharest-Otopeni
08h 45min, from £154
7 %

Useful information about the flight from Luton to Alicante

What is the closest airport to Benidorm?

Most visitors to Benidorm and the resorts along the Costa Blanca will fly into Alicante airport.

The laid-back Spanish city of Alicante charms visitors with its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, its variety of cultural activities, delightful cuisine and fantastic beaches.

When best to enjoy climate and festivals

Alicante's favourable weather permits year-round travel. Visitors will delight in mild winters and can enjoy outdoor activities in the hot summer months.

When visiting in April, tourists experience the Moors and Christians Festival (Moros y Cristianos) from April 21st-April 24th, which re-enacts the battles between Christians and Arabs in the 12th century.

June is also a perfect time to visit during the spectacular St. John's Bonfires festival. Celebrations for this week-long event start around June 20th and welcome the beginning of summer. The festival culminates with the St. John's bonfires, where elaborate paper maché monuments ceremoniously burn on June 24th. A fabulous fireworks display follows.  

What should you note before travelling to the Costa Brava?

To make the most of your Costa Blanca beach experience head out slightly out-of-town for less crowded ones if you are based in Alicante.

Try paella, which is a regional food favourite. The cost of living in Alicante is approximately 30% lower than London. Restaurant prices are around 45% less expensive. Alicante's time zone is set an hour forward of the UK.   

How do you get from Alicante airport to the coast?

The local buses from the airport to Alicante, Benidorm, Torrevieja or Murcia leave from the terminal building departures area. Taxi fares to central Alicante is about € 25.

The approximate price for the Airport Bus to central Alicante is € 3.80. The trip takes approximately 20 minutes and also runs at a frequency of 20 minutes.

Tourists enjoy a good bus network and will benefit from trams that go to relevant destinations in Alicante and along the Costa Blanca. Travellers can purchase single tickets for Zone 1 priced at around € 1.35. A 10 journey rechargeable card costs about € 7.60. Buy the card for around € 2. Walking enthusiasts will enjoy Central Alicante, which is small enough to explore on foot. While taxis are less expensive than in London, they are not much faster than public transport.

Travellers going to Benidorm, Torrevieja and other Costa Blanca beach resorts land at Alicante airport. Head to Tabarca Island, which is car-free. Sightseers delight in the small walled town that is surrounded by a nature reserve.

 

Flight information: London Luton - Alicante

Outbound and return from £60.63
Flight duration min. 02:30 / max. 02:35
Return flight duration min. 02:45/ max. 02:50
Distance 1513 km
Flights per week 13
Departure airport London Luton (LTN)
Arrival airport Alicante (ALC)
Destination country Spain