Welcome to the Costa Blanca
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We have a section devoted to exploring the Costa Blanca and its many historic towns, places of interest and spectacular coves and beaches. Alicante is probably one of the best known towns on the Costa Blanca, situated in an exceptional location - between the mountains and the sea and has a history of over three thousand years behind it. One of the more famous cities, Benidorm has a delightful old town with a excellent selection of shops, bars and boutiques, from 'olde worlde' to modern clubs and bars. Its obvious main attractions are beaches and nightlife and in the height of the summer season Benidorm is one big party! Don't forget to visit Denia, one of the most attractive places to visit on the Costa Blanca. The castillo (castle), built in the 11th & 12th century, is highly recommended and provides for fantastic views around the sea, the town and land beyond. Explore the Costa Blanca here
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About the Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca, the 'white coast' is mainland Spain's most popular year-round holiday area, occupying a prime stretch of Spain’s Mediterranean coastline. Running along the province of Alicante, it can be divided into two clearly distinct areas of scenery: to the North, a curtain of mountains running closely parallel to the sea, dropping away to form sheer cliffs and secluded pebble coves: to the South, a vast plain of sands, dunes, palm groves and saltpans make up a backdrop for the beaches. The 'white coast' has many different attractions, from the busy tourist packed Benidorm, to the elegant provincial capital Alicante and includes some fabulous well-developed resorts stretching the length of the coast.
The Costa Blanca enjoys a perfect Mediterranean climate boasting warmer winters than the Costa Brava, low rainfall and fantastic summers with on average 300 days of sunshine each year with temperatures touching 40 degrees in July and August. With miles of excellent clean and safe beaches, the Costa Blanca offers diverse scenery with incredible costal vistas, from pine covered coastal hills to magnificent cliffs. Marvel at Moorish villages, wander through groves of olives, discover hidden coves and stretches of beach, try out some of the myriad types of water sport or relax at one of the masses of cafe’s and restaurants. The Costa Blanca really does have something to offer for everyone, which is why it is fast becoming the favourite destination for European Holidaymakers.