Costa Blanca is a sensual feast. With rocky mountains cast against pristine turquoise sea, lined with endless golden beaches and secret coves, castles, and forts that stand witnesses of the past times — it is the perfect place to hideaway and explore Spain’s natural beauty and lush wildlife all while being connected to some of Europe’s greatest cities of history, art, and culture. Its exquisite gastronomy, attractive geography, glorious cultural legacy and an amazing 300 sunny days a year, make this part of Spain a real hedonistic delicacy destination that has lured and amazed people since the Ancient Greek times.
The White Coast, this everlasting-summer region spanning from Alicante to Valencia, boasts a whopping 200 kilometers of Mediterranean coast, over 170 beaches and coves, and the clearest blue waters in Spain. The power of this place to vibe you into its bursting energy and charm is inexorable!
Planning your Costa Blanca holidays, you’ll find comprehensive first-hand information about local life and things to enjoy on our website. We’ve lived here for more than two decades and our fascination with this place never stops. There’s always more to explore and even more to enjoy.
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Located in the southeastern part of Iberian peninsula, Costa Blanca region belongs to the Valencian Community. It starts from Valencia in the north and extends to Pilar de la Horadada in the south. Beheld from the air or mountain tops, its coastal belt looks like a never-ending white beach, hence the name Costa Blanca. Traveling from north to south you will pass by or stay in places like Valencia, Cullera, Gandía, Oliva, Els Poblets, Dénia, Jávea, Moraira, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm, La Villajoyosa, El Campello, Alicante, Santa Pola, Elche, Guardamar del Segura, Torrevieja (to name a few), all of which are magical localities that hide some of the most incredible beaches and coves of Costa Blanca.
“The unity with SSSS” is a term that a friend of ours invented to describe that special state of mind which we succumb to when being near the sea. He used to say that all it takes for a man to be happy can fit into four simple ‘S’-es — Sea, Sun, Sand, and Sky. We dare say that no one can argue with that!
In Costa Blanca, there will be plenty of SSSS time for you and you can’t really make much of a mistake when choosing a place to stay. All the beaches are spectacular and there’s always a nice spot under the hot Spanish sun for everyone!
In the northern region of Marina Alta, mountain ranges extend all the way down to the coast creating unique beach landscapes of Dénia, Jávea, Benissa, Benidorm, Calpe, Gandia, and Oliva. The wind carries Sahara desert sand from Africa all the way across the Mediterranean to create the incredible beaches of this region.
For nature lovers and naturalists alike, seeking for isolated spots hidden from the crowds, the coastal stretch between Dénia and Jávea is where you should aim to land your towel on. Far from the main city beaches, you will find a peace of mind on the small beaches and bays, tucked in between the reefs, cliffs, and gorgeous pine woods. This area boasts the most splendid underwater life protected by the marine reserves, as well as the above-sea-level nature so rich in bird, animal, and plant species that it, too, falls under the protection of nature reserves and natural parks that abound in Costa Blanca.
Miles of coastline, far and wide, offer anything from dunes of sand that recede slowly into the sea making a shallow long surf with small waves and warm water, perfect for a relaxed family vacation with kids carelessly running around having fun; to small sandy coves surrounded by the rocky reefs that plunge into the crystalline sea, creating unique ecosystems very much praised by the seasoned underwater explorers of silent shows cast by the magical sea creatures in their coral settings.
Even though these beaches represent the lifeline of these coastal cities and welcome millions of tourists every year, most of them are awarded Blue Flag for the cleanliness of the water and perfectly maintained sand. And when the sun starts setting and city lights begin to flicker and flash, you will feel on your suntan, salt-soaked skin what it means to fiesta in Spain.
If, on the other hand, you prefer to stay close to the city life while enjoying your sea time — cities like Valencia, Dénia, Benidorm, Calpe, Gandía, and Alicante are the places to be. They all reside on some of the most famous beaches of the Mediterranean, while at the same time offering a bustling day and night fun. The sandy strands of these cities extend for miles, usually followed by fantastic promenades lined with palm trees that are perfect for sunset strolls, bike rides, and jogging.
Costa Blanca is a clubbing paradise. With its top-notch clubs and festivals, it attracts clubbers and versatile audiences from all over the world. This whole region offers an unprecedented nightlife with cities like Valencia, Benidorm, Alicante, Dénia, and Jávea leading the way. The nightclub scene runs from all dressed up, to come as you are, offering unforgettable experiences to all music tastes. As the after-dark excitements pump up the volume on hot summer nights, you’ll find yourself alive and dancing to top band and world-famous DJ performances, festivals, and special events all summer long from dusk to dawn!