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Almost everyone dreams of living like a king in a heavenly place, but usually it is nothing more than that, a dream, because in most places it takes a lot of money to lead that lifestyle.

But … What if we told you that there are 10 cities around the world where you could enjoy a quiet life at the king’s body without much money? As there are, two are in Spain and Alicante is one of them.

This is what David Wolfe (12.5 million likes on Facebook), a lover of healthy eating who has been around the Earth for decades in search of the purest foods in the world and the main retreats of Adventure and quality of life.

Alicante, Spain

Alicante, a beach town located in the center of the Costa Blanca, east of the country, has retained its beauty and quality of life, and its inhabitants live with tranquility and simplicity. The city is famous for its wonderful weather, its delicious food, an exceptional leisure offer and a relaxed lifestyle. In addition, it has the calm waters of the Mediterranean Sea Source.

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