Awash in coworking spaces for meandering nomads or local professionals to pop into when the need arises to do some work, Alicante has plenty to offer the meandering soul. Apparently Alicante, in fact the whole of Costa Blanca where it is located, has the healthiest climate in the whole of Europe. So if you want to linger here for a while you will be frolicking in warm temperatures all year round, breathing clean air and with a low rainfall, you won't need an umbrella for days on end.
If by some chance you have arthritis or asthma, the medical gurus say that this is the best place to be. Alicante is no stranger to the the entrepreneur mentality as spaces are dotted all around this port city in the southeast of Spain. You can pedal your bike each day through its narrow streets lined with colorful houses in the old town to get to your coworking space of choice or pound the sidewalk and get your day's exercise done. A new way of working for the local professionals who happen to freelance and don't mind sharing, coworking gives them an alternative to carrying the burden of the overheads of their own business premises.
Coffee breaks can be taken in one of the many funky outdoor cafes or if you need a reminder of why you are lingering here, take the elevator (if your legs won't make it) up the hill to Castillo de Santa Barbara of the medieval era and simply gaze over the stunning coastline of the Mediterranean.
A tourist enclave (think over 9 million), Alicante is easy to get to with a handy airport. This is a city oozing charm complete with an old Spanish castle and a long waterfront to promenade if you are in need of exercise. Lunch break expeditions take on a new meaning when you can splash around at one of the local beaches. When the tummy rumbles interrupt the brain waves you can step outside your the doors and chase down some paella.