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It’s easy to see why Spain really is the perfect destination.

For a vacation, Spain offers something for everyone and more…

Particularly the Costa Blanca, known as the “White Coast” and Spain’s most popular all year round destination.

Divided into two areas, you have the mountainous north with its charming little villages, stunning lush green scenery and valleys. Then there is the south which is synonymous for its magnificent coastal resorts and first class beaches.

Let’s not forget the vibrant nightlife, a wealth of history, beautiful architecture and if you’re passionate about sports then here you will discover the outdoors like never before!


This historical city situated between the mountains and the sea is one of the best known cities on the Costa Blanca. It is famous for its magnificent palm tree flanked boulevards, abundant shopping streets and a beautiful marina and harbour. Let’s not forget its rich history as the entire city is built at the base of the magnificent castle, Santa Barbara.

The architecture is beautiful both in the city centre and the old town “El Barrio de Santa Cruz”. Indulge yourself in delicious tapas and culinary delights amongst winding cobbled streets adorned with flowers and old-world charm. Just outside the city centre you will find “Parque el Palmeral” overflowing with botanical wildlife, palm trees and waterfalls.

If that’s not enough to keep you occupied, Alicante has some of the most beautiful golden beaches, the loveliest being “Playa del Postiguet”. This beach is huge and stretches the length of the city with an array of beachfront restaurants and delightful traditional Tapas bars.


Guadalest is a very pretty and historic small town that sits on the top of a mountain. It is located 20 kilometres away from Benidorm and surrounded by the beautiful mountain ranges of Sierra d' Aixorta, Sierra de Serella and Sierra de Aitana. It is for this reason that it is one of the most picturist villages with its beautiful views, green valley and breathtaking mountanous background.

It is a worthwhile seeing sightseeing trip with its historical buildings, castle and museums.

The "Castell de Guadalest" the charming San Jose Castle can only be accessed by "Portal de San Jose" a 15ft tunnel carved out of rock. The old village houses along with the cobbled streets make you feel like you have stepped back in time.

If you look to the right of Guadalest you will see "Embalse de Guadalest" the dam and turquoise reservoir that sits in the picturesque Guadalest valley.

Steeped in history remember to visit the "Museo de Saleros y Pimenteros" and take a selfie next to the famous white bell tower of "Penon de la Alcala"

Although it is a small town in the summer it comes to life with many tourists eager to explore.


Located on the Costa Blanca between Valencia and Alicante, Javea is a quaint haven with an old world modern vibe.

Some say it has the finest shade of blue sea with the same finest beaches to match! Boasting blue flag beaches such as the "Arenal", "La Grava" and “Playa de la Granadella” known as the “Cove”. The “Cove” is much calmer and clearer and attracts many water sports enthusiasts.

The old 14th century area of Javea is set some way in from the coast, with beautiful houses and palaces. For those historians don't forget to visit its museums and 16th century gothic styled church.

Let's not forget Montgó Natural Park. Once you reach the top the views of the bay are spectacular and whilst on the subject of views there’s “Cabo San Antonio” Here marks the furthest north of the bay and is known to give the most complete views of the area, including Arenal Beach, back to the monumental Montgó and down to Cabo de la Nao.


Denia is a popular seaside resort located close to the city of Alicante. It has more than 20km of coastline and 15km of sandy beaches with crystal clear waters.

It has one of most important ports and marinas in the region with a large fishing fleet and ferry connections to Ibiza and Majorca.

It is a very attractive resort and its captivating old town exhumes fine dining making it a paradise for food-lovers with its more than 300 restaurants.

Positioned with the Montgo Mountains in the background its old ruins, narrow streets and colourful houses make it an even more desirable vacation destination.

It is very popular in the summer, as it is known as the city with the most festivals in Spain. So if you like to party and are looking to enjoy local traditions and festivals then Denia just might be the perfect location!


Torrevieja is a dream location if you like the sun. This coastal resort town is bordered by three natural beauties, the Mediterranean Sea and two salt lakes. This salt mining city offers an abundance of attractions, making it a giant playground for families. There really is something for all ages; museums, waterparks, five Blue Flag golden sandy beaches and plenty of vibrant nightlife.

Here the summers are very hot with welcome sea breezes. Take a stroll along the pier, picnic in the green parks or bask in the sunshine on one of its beautiful beaches.


Elche is best known as the city of palms, with some 200,000 palm trees of many different types, in various parks in and around the town. Take a stroll amongst the palms and admire the outstanding beauty and important history that surrounds you.

This Spanish town is also famous for its footwear industry; it’s the largest in Spain and one of the most important in all of Europe.

So, after some serious shoe shopping and a stroll around its beautiful gardens, it's time to chill with a glass of "Muscatel" Elche’s sweet local wine, what a splendid finish to the day!


Altea is a very beautiful city located north of Alicante.

It is picturesque with its whitewashed houses, entangled with colourful flowers and accompanied by a postcard backdrop of ocean views.

The city was recaptured by the Christians in 1244 under James I of Aragon. After which it was quickly fortified with a wall enclosing what is now known as the "old town".

Enjoy a long walk along its cobblestone streets, past the old blue and white houses, stopping at one of its many historical sites like the “Plaza de la Iglesia”, or the church square.

With quaint Spanish restaurants, idyllic surroundings and a view of the Mediterranean Sea you could almost think you were on a Grecian island.


One of the most visited tourist destinations, Calpe is a cool resort with sunbathers having unlimited views of the majestic Ifach rock and stunning salt marsh.

One of the liveliest resorts on the Costa Blanca and known for its fiestas, throughout the year Calpe really has so many interesting things to do.

Take a walk along the promenade, enjoy the local cuisine in its stylish cafes or why not visit the fishing harbours, there is something for everyone.

If it’s old Spanish towns that you enjoy then Calpe’s will not disappoint. Enjoy traditional street markets, cafes, bodegas, churches and museums whilst you are winding along its cobblestone lanes.

Before leaving this beautiful location make sure to take a walk through wildlife and plant life to reach the top of Calpe Rock. This rock is a nature reserve and provides one of the most stunning views you will experience on the Costa Blanca.


Benidorm is a tourist lover’s destination attracting over 8 million holidaymakers annually.

It is a vibrant town and best known for its restaurants, bars, festivals and cabaret shows, not to mention many a hen or stag do! With its skyscraper buildings you could almost mistake yourself for being in New York!

It has so much more to offer and caters for all with its family attractions, theme parks and amusements.

After enjoying all the variety that Benidorm offers take the time to relax and chill on one of its three impressive Blue flag beaches.


Villajoyosa is a charming coastal fishing village situated in the northern end of the Costa Blanca. It is not only known for its tourism but for its Chocolate Factories and has a chocolate-making tradition for more than 3 centuries.

Why not wander its colourful streets and enjoy its picturesque and delightful town. Or stroll along its coastline of golden beaches where you will find pretty and colourful fishing houses in front of a beautiful mountain backdrop. There's also plenty for the children to discover on its pebble beaches and rocky coves.

The village of Villajoyosa offers a very relaxing vacation and celebrates an annual gastronomic week, so for all you foodies out there it’s most certainly a place to put on your itinerary!