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The Costa Blanca is the Mediterranean coast located in the province of Alicante, in the southeast of Spain. It extends from the municipality of Dénia to Torrevieja, and is constituted by 240 kilometers of beaches, and emblematic towns such as Xávea, Dénia, Moraira, Altea, the Rafol de Almunia or Calpe.
With more than 2,800 hours of sunshine per year, and an average temperature of 20ºC, the Costa Blanca has its own microclimate that makes it the perfect destination for those who seek sun and warm temperatures throughout the year.
The Costa Blanca is also a land of sports. 22 golf courses await you throughout our geography. Hiking trails will take you to lovely places. Dénia, Xávea or Moraira are endowed with modern nautical ports. The Mediterranean Sea invites to rest, to long walks, and to practice all kinds of outdoor activities.
The gastronomy of the Alicante coast is internationally known. Flea markets, parties, concerts, shops, terraces, excursions ... the leisure and cultural offer is wide and diverse.
The Costa Blanca is easily accessible from the airports of Alicante and Valencia, and by the AP-7 motorway.
The excellent infrastructures, services, hospitals, shops, houses, international schools, as well as the quality of life, and security contribute to the fact that each year there are more people who decide to make the Costa Blanca their home.
Welcome to the Costa Blanca! Welcome to your home!
Small town of 50.000 inhabitants, the capital of the Marina Alta has an extensive curriculum vitae: 20 kilometers of beaches, the Montgó Natural Park, 300 days of sunshine a year, a castle, a marina, parties, two golf courses in its surroundings, and the title of “Creative city of gastronomy” by UNESCO.
Dénia is located one hour by motorway from Alicante and Valencia. It has an important port that connects the Balearic Islands with regular ferries.
Around Dénia there are beautiful urbanizations located with Spanish villas mostly classic. On the slopes of the Montgó, every owner enjoys a villa with magnificent views of Dénia and its beautiful coastline.
Jávea has a population of 28.000 inhabitants. Land of fishermen, and of cultivators, Jávea has managed to preserve the majesty of its landscape, and its culture.
The Calas de la Granadella, of the Pope, of Ámbolo and the Cap Negre or the Island of Portitxol are undoubtedly places that will move you for their beauty. The gastronomy of Jávea is simple, but tasty, with its fish, rice, local products, and good wines.
A golf course, a yacht club, hiking, bicycle routes, water activities, horse riding, diving, are some of our sports proposals for those who wish to take advantage of the good temperatures of Jávea to get fit and enjoy the sea and nature.
Moraira is a small town located 110 kilometers from Valencia, and 80 from Alicante. It has 14.000 inhabitants. Moraira prides itself on being a garden city characterized by beautiful homes that merge harmoniously into the landscape.
The historic center of the town has been declared “Good of cultural interest”. Moraira offers its visitors a tasty, homemade cuisine.
The beaches are a great attraction of Moraira. This population also has magnificent natural spaces, and has a nautical port. Golf, fishing, paddle, hiking, diving, tennis, visits to wineries, flea market, trail... there are many things to see, try and enjoy in Moraira.
Ráfol de Almunia
Between orange and lemon trees, Rafol de Almunia is a quiet town, with its old washhouse, church, small streets and breathtaking views of the sea...
The town houses are stone. Each has its own history and mixes harmoniously with contemporary style cottages. Winters are short and summers, although hot, always pleasant.
A project to build a golf course has just been approved.
Rafol de Almunia is just 12 kilometers from Denia where you can enjoy a wide range of leisure, sports, gastronomy and shopping.