MEET THE AREAS
"Costa Blanca" (White Coast) is the name of the 200 km long coastline coast located in the southeast of Spain, province of Alicante, which comprises from the municipality of Denia to that of Pilar de la Horadada.
We find as well wide sandy beaches as small coves and beautiful landscapes with palm groves, wetlands and several nature parks. Fantastic are as well the climate, with over 300 days of sunshine per year and an annual average temperature of 17 degrees Celsius, as the tourist facilities that can be found along this coast. North of Alicante there is Denia, Javea, Calpe, with its massive rock formations, in the south of it there are the artist's paradise Altea, Albir, as well as the European Manhattan, Benidorm, with incredible leisure facilities and nightlife. Passing Cala Finestrat and El Campello the way leads on to the Villajoyosa. South of Alicante along the coast you will find Santa Pola, Guardamar, Torrevieja and Pilar de la Horadada among the most important cities. Inland from Santa Pola you will find the fairly large city of Elche. On the Southern part of Costa Blanca you need to go 10-20 kilometres inland to find mountains. This makes the area more dry, but also makes the area especially around Torrevieja as one of the areas in Europe with the best all-year climate.