To speak of the Costa Blanca is to speak of dream beaches and coves in the Valencian Community. However, the Costa Blanca has much more to offer including a mix of the modern and tradition. Alicante, Dénia, Altea, Calpe, Xàbia or Torrevieja are seaside destinations which have an ideal climate for water activities, for relaxing next to the Mediterranean Sea and for enjoying days of fun and leisure. Further inland, among the beautiful uniform landscape, we can find towns such as Elx, Orihuela, El Castell de Guadalest or Alcoy which have a rich artistic and cultural heritage. Discover their popular festivals, their rich Mediterranean gastronomy, their art, their avant-garde and the endless events that will fascinate you.
Over 218 kilometres of Mediterranean Coast, endless sandy beaches, crystal clear water, 320 days of sun a year, pure air and breath-taking views of the mountains and the sea- this is the Costa Blanca.
Both the coastal areas and inland areas are famous for their rich Mediterranean gastronomy and their high quality regional wines.
The Costa Blanca invites you to visit its small villages by the mountains or its cities by the coast and to enjoy the warm sunshine. The monuments of the towns and cities tell the history of these places. The marinas and yacht clubs offer a wide range of services and give you the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of water activities. Golf lovers can enjoy the 18 golf courses located on the Costa Blanca.
Regardless your age or interests, you will find something for everyone on the Costa Blanca.