Aspe (, ) is a town and municipality located in the comarca of Vinalopó Mitjà, in the province of Alicante, Spain.
Aspe is also famous for growing a special kind of grape, which is eaten at the stroke of midnight, every New Year's Eve, all across Spain. The grapes are eaten one at a time, according to the clock striking 12, to signal the new year.
Aspe has a small foreign population, mainly Dutch and English. The local Castilian dialect is known for dropping the "s" and seseo.
Aspe has many tradition views and during the summer large fiestas take place which are great to watch and be a part of. Every other year La Virgen De Las Nieves comes to aspe and she is the patron of the town.
ASPE Jugadores de Pelota S.L. is a sports management company dedicated to promote Basque pelota.
Aspe is a town and municipality in Alicante, Spain.
Aspe may also refer to:
- Aspe (surname)
- ASPE (Basque pelota), a sports management company
- Aspe peak, a mountain in the Pyrenees
- Gave d'Aspe, a torrential river in the Pyrenees
- Aspe Valley, named after the river
- American Society for Precision Engineering
- American Society of Plumbing Engineers
- Accounting Standard for Private Enterprises, a component of the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles of Canada
- American Society of Professional Estimators, an association of professional building estimators
- Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services
- Associazione Italiana per gli Studi di Politica Estera (Italian Association for Foreign Policy Studies), an organization that publishes the journal Affari Esteri
Aspe is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alberto García Aspe (born 1967), Mexican footballer
- Manuel Felguérez Aspe (born 1928), Mexican artist
- Mauricio Aspe (born 1973), Mexican actor
- Pedro Aspe (born 1950), Mexican economist
- Pieter Aspe (born 1953), Belgian/Flemish novelist