THE COSTA BLANCA in ALICANTE, Spain
The Costa Blanca is the tourist name given to the Mediterranean coast in the southeast of Spain in the province of Alicante, ranging from the town of Denia to the of Pilar de la Horadada. Consists of 244 km from Mediterranean beaches, coves and cliffs distinguished many of them with the coveted blue flag European equivalence of clean water and safe bathing.
The Costa Blanca and its name have been traditionally associated with a very specific tourist product: called Sun and beach tourism, i.e. the holidays tied to the weather (more than 300 days of daylight and an average temperature of 19° C) recognized by the WHO (World Health Organization) as one of the best on the planet Earth.
Today, the evolution of the destination and its resources are shaping an increasingly complete offer in the province of Alicante, whose proposals can also be enjoyed inside (Alicante is one of the most mountainous provinces of Spain) and more beyond the summer season, lining up with the increasingly sophisticated tourist preferences.
The beauty of the Costa Blanca and its interior regions have been chosen by visitors from the entire world as a place of permanent residence and holiday.
The Costa Blanca is very well connected by road (national or motorway), also through the international airports of Alicante and Valencia, and through the Mediterranean Sea with numerous ports of passenger and sports.