the white coast, is one of the major tourist destinations in the
Mediterranean has some of the best beaches of Spain’s Mediterranean
coasts. There are numerous
places to visit & see in Costa Blanca for the holidaymakers.
are the recommended holiday
resorts for Costa Blanca.
Alicante is the Valencian
Region’s southernmost province and its entire length of shoreline caressed by
the Mediterranean’s soothing sea breeze. Warm sandy beaches and curving dunes
lie by the stretches of cliffs and rugged coasts shading the coasts in hues of
white, blue, ochre and green.
Benidorm is the biggest choice of the millions of holidaymakers every
year located 40 km. on the north of Alicante. It is Costa Blanca’s major holiday
resort and continues to be the ultimate destination. Benidorm is also famous
with its skyscrapers which allow everyone to have a great sea view along the 7
km. breathtaking sandy beaches of Levante and Poniente. While a trip to
stunning village of Joiosa gives you the taste of traditional Spain, at the end
of the day, the picture on the Costa Blanca is Benidorm.
Gandia, Denia, Javea, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm and La Vila Joiosa (Villajoyosa)
on the north, capital city Alicante in the middle, Guardamar and
Torrevieja on the south are the popular coastal towns to visit and see in
Denia is the district capital of La Marina Alta situated on the northern
end of the
Costa Blanca and 100 km. from Alicante. Denia is a spectacular town
with a picturesque local road that passes between Cape San Antonio and the
impressive mass of Mt. Montgó. Villajoyosa is a beautiful city located 32 km. on the south of Alicante
with a long tradition of seafaring and voyaging, as well as a chocolate making
industry of renown.
Santa Pola is a small fishing town located 20 km. from Alicante and is famous for its white beaches and coves.
a popular tourist destination
located on the northern end of the Costa Blanca.
(Calp) is a beautiful town which the Peñón belongs and worthy of its 11 km. of
seashore ranging from fine sandy strands, such as the Levante and Arenal
beaches, to picturesque coves, such as La Manzanera and Les Urques.
Costa Blanca beaches; Costa Blanca has great beaches and coves
along its 200 km. of coastline with numerous Blue Flagged beaches. The
excellent Levante beach and Poniente beach, which is
quieter, are the beach holiday spots for Benidorm. The city’s Old
Quarter sits on a promontory, which is separating the two famous beaches
A visit to the marine reserves in Costa Blanca;
is a great nature attraction. The Tabarca Island, Cape La Nao
and Cape San Antonio are the must visit marine reserves in Costa
Blanca. Also there are variety of nice museums in Costa
Blanca that worth a visit.