Exploring the Costa Blanca

“Costa Blanca” refers to the shores of Alicante. Its district of Spain spans from south of Valencia, covering the beaches, coves and cliffs of 18 towns, starting with Dénia in the north and finishing with Pilar de la Horadada in the south. Occasionally its been also divided between Costa Blanca North from Denia to Alicante (also known as the Marina Alta) and Costa Blanca South from Alicante to Pilar de la Horadada (the Marina Baja).
The Northern part of the Costa Blanca features sea side towns and resorts such as Dénia, Jávea (Xàbia) and Moraira to the far North. Further South bigger resorts like Altea, Calpe, Benidorm, Alicante and Torrevieja attract millions of tourists annually. Costa Blanca is decidedly a spectacular part of Spain in terms of nature, beaches and culture. With several clean and immaculate beaches dipping into the crystal clear Mediterranean sea, flat fructuous valleys and plenty of charming villages buzzing with traditional Spanish cultural events.
Traveling to the Costa Blanca is relatively easy with multiple international airports, the two main ones located in Valencia and Alicante. Further the region is connected to European railway systems by highspeed train lines and spacious motorways follow the coast south to cater for driving travelers to the region.
White sandy beaches, pleasant resorts and relatively cheap accommodation are the main features of the Costa Blanca from a travelers perspective. The area is further blessed with stunning nature, hidden coves, the odd golf course and graciously adapted domestic areas. The grand mountain ranges provides vivid scenery to this gorgeous area and the ancient villages scattered along the coast has plenty of authentic Spanish life to be explored. The popularity of the Costa Blanca as a holiday destination is easy to comprehend…
Close your eyes… now imagine you are lazing on a beach in Spain… the sun is warm on your skin and the sand is soft to touch. With almost 600 beaches to choose from …what are you waiting for?