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Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is a privileged and charming place in the South-East of Spain, with more than 218 km of coast with beautiful beaches of fine sand and calm waters. Many of its beaches have the distinctive Blue Flag that is awarded according to the cleanliness, safetly and quality of the beaches. The climate is a major factor in the Costa Blanca, a privileged climate that makes this area of Spain the place of rest and residence of many national tourists and the center and north of Europe.
Mediterranean climate

The climate of the Costa Blanca has been recognized by the World Health Organization, as one of the best in the world with an average temperature of 18 degrees. The climate is one of the main attractions of this area especially with the mild winters. Spring and summer are the dominant seasons in front of the short and mild winters and autumns, which provokes a pleasant and mild Mediterranean climate cooler than that of Costa Sol (Andaluza) and warmer than that of the Costa Brava (Catalan ).

The geography

The Costa Blanca has a very varied and complete geography, from quiet and traditional mountain areas in the inner area of Alicante to the most cosmopolitan and tourist areas such as Alicante, Benidorm or Torrevieja.

The northern part of the Costa Blanca is more mountainous with cliffs, stone beaches and fine sand, highlighting from this area the municipalities of Altea and Calpe.

On the other hand, the southern zone of the Costa Blanca is practically flat and extends from Alicante to the Pillar of Horadada, bordering with the Region of Murcia and therefore with the Costa Calida. Here the emphasis is on fine sand beaches that extend south from Campello, through San Juan, Arenales, Santa Pola, La Marina, Guardamar, Torrevieja and the beaches of Orihuela-Costa to La Torre de la Horadada.

We can say that the Costa Blanca has a great charm and attractiveness, from the most tourist and cosmopolitan cities where there are all kinds of services and leisure facilities for tourists or residents, to the smaller authentic villages that maintain their customs and lifestyle, So the Costa Blanca, with its different enclaves, is a splendid place to enjoy the quality of Mediterranean life.

Culture, Gastronomy and Leisure.

Throughout the Costa Blanca, you can discover and enjoy a great cultural, historical and gastronomic heritage. The influences of different Mediterranean cultures have marked everything from customs and traditions to the landscape of the towns and cities. This also explains the open, generous and warm character of its inhabitants.

Popular festivals also showcase the rich and varied Mediterranean cuisine, with their outstanding fish and rice, vegetables and fruits of the orchards of Vega Baja or Baix-Vinalopo grapes. Don't forget the wine of Alicante with its own appellation of origin. In any of the towns or cities of the Costa Blanca you can find cosy restaurants or bars where you can enjoy delicious Mediterranean cuisine.

SPORTS (Golf & Water Sports)

Golf enthusiasts have a large number of golf courses along the Costa Blanca, all with modern and magnificent facilities. They are located in privileged surroundings that allow lovers of this sport to enjoy their stay in the Costa Blanca.

In terms of water sports, the Costa Blanca has several marinas where all the necessary services for the stay and practice of nautical sports are offered.

In short, all these factors make the Costa Blanca a perfect and privileged place to enjoy the Mediterranean quality of life. Choosing the Costa Blanca as a place of residence or rest is a guarantee of success.