Costa Blanca

If you’re looking for the sun, white sand beaches, breathtaking cliffs, beautiful forests and the healthiest climate in the world, Costa Blanca might be the right choice for you.

The coastal strip Costa Blanca – meaning the White Coast – holds Europe’s best climate and most sunny days, and an average temperatureof 20°C.

Costa Blanca is the most popular coastline in the Spanish province of Alicante.

The area is well known for its white sand beaches, hidden coves, stunning nature andbeautiful nature parks.

You find 18 towns along Costa Blanca’s coastline, starting with Denia in the northand finishing with Pilar de la Horada in the south.

From north to south, there are 212 kilometers of beautiful coastline to discover. There are constantly held many varied and original festivities, so if you want more than just beach life there will be plenty of offers to consider.

According to The World Health Organization,Costa Blanca is one of the healthiest places to live, in the sun. The two largest salt lakes in Europe -Salinas de San Miquel and Laguna de la Mata- surrounding Torrevieja, helps to create the fantastic climate. Because of these two salt lakes, which make Torrevieja the biggest salt contractor in Europe, the air contains muchiodine. This fact is one of the main reasons why this area is so popular for people who choose to move because of health issue.

The large number of sunny days, and the mild winter climate makes Costa Blanca an attractive place to visit throughout the year. The area is the perfect place for outdoor sports at all times, and it has become a leading international destination for its varied offer of golf courses. There are 21 courses in the region with 3 Pitch& Putt courses.

The Mediterranean Sea in this part of the coast is ideal for water sports in summer and winter. There are plenty of locations for windsurfing, sailing, kite surfing and water skiing. The area is also suited to canoeing, rowing and scuba diving.

The Costa Blanca is easily accessible. The area has excellent connections to the rest of Spain by rail and road. The infrastructure is one of the best in Spain.

Costa Blanca South:

Alicante, Ciudad Quesada, Torrevieja, Gran Alacant, La Mata, La Zenia, Playa Flamenca, Santa Pola

Costa Blanca North:

Albir, Benidorm, Alfaz del Pi, Altea and Calpe

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