Costa Blanca Areas
A very cosmopolitan town located approximately 110km form Alicante Airport and 95 km from Valencia. The town has over 20km of beaches and a fantastic modern marina with over 600 moorings, fabulous restaurants and bars and the ferries to the Balaric Islands. Denia is a town to be embraced, the culture, the cuisine, the ambience! We guarantee you will love it!
The jewel of the Costa Blanca North. The world famous Montgo Mountain protects the small town from the elements and the World Health Organisation has declared it’s one of the best places in the World to live. The town has three distinct areas, the Pueblo (Old Town), Arenal (main beach) and the Port. The intriguing narrow streets of the Pueblo have you totally enchanted and the cafés and bars invite you in to sample their tapas and cold refreshing Sangria.
Javea’s other neighbour, and located approximately 90km’s from Alicante. The town has undergone massive regeneration and with 8km’s of unspoilt beach this is a perfect location for holiday makers and year round living. Approximately 10,000 people live all year round and in the summer months the population grows to around 30,000 people.
The town of Calpe is an ancient fishing town and today fishing is still one of the main industries. Calpe is dominated by the towering rock of Ifach which reaches a majestic 332m, rising almost sheer above the sea and it is a nature reserve and for the adventurous there is a footpath leading you to the top. The long sandy beaches are a tourist magnet and with the great shopping facilities it’s easy to see why Calpe is so popular.
Altea is only a 10 minute drive from Benidorm but it’s a miles away in comparison. The town sits directly on the Mediterranean Sea with the Old Town perched high on the hill tops overlooking. The town has grown in popularity over the years and the town is steeped in history and has been a very popular retreat for artists, sculptors and writers. You have to take a walk through the old town’s narrow streets to find the famous blue-domed church of the Virgin de Consuelo, with the mountain backdrop and the views of Altea Bay it’s nothing more than spectacular.
When you think of Benidorm you think of high rises, and kiss me quick hats. However Benidorm has worked hard over the years to rid itself of this reputation and if you look more closely you will be pleasantly surprised. There are miles of Blue Flag beaches, a fascinating Old Town, incredible theme parks and fun to be had for all the family. Of course there still is the famous nightlife, that goes without saying and if you are in the mood to party the Benidorm will never let you down!
A quiet resort that has resisted the temptations of falling into the tourist trap, El Campello is a great town for couples and families, located approximately 13km from Alicante city and 26km from Benidorm. The town is steeped in history dating back to 3000BC and its adjoining mariner is guarded by a 16th century watchtower that acted as a warning against raids from Berber Pirates.
One word commonly used for the Jalon Valley is “stunning” and when you visit you will definitely understand why. The valley is incredibly scenic and Jalon (Xalo) iyou with thes famous for its wine production and Almond blossom in the month of February. Small villages such Alcalali, Orba, Parcent will fascinate ir Spanish charm. A must visit is to drive to the summit of Coll de Rates where the view is breathtaking and on a good clear day Mallorca is visible.