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Costa Blanca

Located on the Spanish's Mediterranean coast, the Costa Blanca is part of the Autonomous Community of Valencia, in the province of Alicante.

With a total area of 5.817 km2 and a population of almost two million inhabitants, the Costa Blanca extends from Denia to Pilar de la Horadada, and from Orihuela to the Valleys of the Marina Alta.

Its more than 219 kilometres of coastline abound with beaches of calm turquoise waters, soft sands, coves and exceptional cliffs, which contrast with the valleys and mountainous areas of the interior, all with a very characteristic climate and an average annual temperature of around 20°C.

The Costa Blanca is a region steeped in history, with an extremely rich architectural and cultural heritage that bears witness to the presence of different civilisations over the centuries. 

On the coast or in the hinterland, the Costa Blanca offers a gastronomic richness whose reputation is firmly established and the basis of the mediterranean diet (fish, vegetables, fruits, cereals and oil) finds there one of its best strongholds.

Some localities on the Costa Blanca such as Denia, Jávea, Teulada, Moraira, Benissa, Calpe, Altea, Santa Pola, Guardamar del Segura, Elche and Torrevieja are internationally renowned as some of the most attractive spots on the Spanish Mediterranean.

Whether you are looking for beaches and bathing with a bustling nightlife, or you prefer more authenticity and tranquillity in the secluded coastal villages, in contact with nature, the Costa Blanca is one of the most attractive tourist and residential destinations in Europe, with an excellent tourist infrastructure, including two airports, and road and rail networks (AVE high-speed line) that easily connect the coastal areas with the inland areas.

A complete range of leisure activities, from theme parks (Terra Mítica, Aqualandia, Mundomar, Terra Natura, etc.) to a multitude of water sports (diving, paddle, sailing, etc...) and sports (including several golf courses), walking and cycling routes, and popular and traditional festivals, make the Costa Blanca an ideal place to spend your holidays, establish your second home or enjoy retirement.