Built on six levels and connected to the terminal building by covered walkways, the Aena-operated multi-storey car park at Alicante Airport has room for 4,140 vehicles and a maximum headroom of 2.10 metres. Taller trucks, vans, and campers should park in the long-term lot. There are also several private car parks near the airport, which offer highly competitive rates.
This is situated right outside the terminal. As you approach the terminal building, drive up the ramp towards the departure level and take either the first or second left turn into the parking area. First, you must stop at a barrier and take a ticket. When you are ready to leave, the ticket has to be fed into a machine before you can exit. The first 10 minutes are free, after which you are charged by the minute. If you exceed 10 minutes you will need to pay for your parking at one of the payment machines. These are located along the parking area and just before the exit barrier.
Ideally suited for short-term parking, the multi-story garage signposted as P1 offers covered parking with 24-hour security just metres from the terminal building. In P1 you cannot park a motorcycle. There is, however, a free motorcycle parking area next to the long-term car park.
The long-term parking lot is located in what used to be the parking area for the old terminals 1 and 2, around 10 minutes’ walk from the new terminal building. Most of the spaces are covered to protect your vehicle from the weather, while others are reserved for oversized vehicles and campers.
If you want to park only for an hour or two, there is no need to book your parking in advance. A parking reservation is only possible for a parking duration of 8 hours or more. If you are planning to leave your car at the airport for a day or more, booking in advance will save money and is therefore worth doing.
How much you pay for your parking will depend on your chosen parking location, the dates, and on the length of time you are planning to leave your car. If you want the convenicence of parking your car within walking distance of the airport terminal, you will need to choose one of the AENA-operated car parks (see above). However, as always, convenience comes at a price. If you can live with the idea of using a shuttle bus to get to and from the car park, you can save a lot of money! Therefore, if you are looking at a parking duration for a day or more, it is worth comparing the options via the button below.
Several private car parks operate close to the airport and offer a free shuttle service between their lots and the airport terminal. Although a little less convenient, as they are not within walking distance of the terminal, these private parking providers offer highly competitive rates. They are therefore a good option, especially if you need to park your car for a longer time period.
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