Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca towns

The Costa Blanca is the tourist name given to Spain’s South Eastern Mediterranean Coast from Denia down to Pilar de la Horadada. Encompassing some 250km of beaches, coves and rocky cliffs, set against the turquoise blue of the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa Blanca is a truly special place to be. From Denia, through Moraira, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm, Villajoyosa, Finestrat, Alicante, Santa Pola, Guardamar del Segura to Torrevieja. There’s no shortage of things to do or places to visit on the Alicante Costa. It’s one of the most popular holiday destinations in Spain, and Spain is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, so that should be telling you something about how nice it is. Millions of visitors each year aren’t wrong.

Villages in costa blanca

Sample the gastronomical delights of Denia and its red shrimp. Head south and enjoy the beautiful beaches of Albir and Altea. Both hugely popular towns with Northern Europeans. Further south you will find the largest palm grove in Europe in Elche. Hundreds of palm trees set in lavish gardens with parks, cafes and restaurants to visit and stroll around. Marvel at the many coloured townhouses in Villajoyosa. Let your hair down in Benidorm, with its hundreds of bars and attractions to suit all tastes. Check out some of the new developments near Santa Pola and go diving off the coast at la Manga. That’s not to mention the historical city of Cartegena and lively Torrevieja nearby. Travel a little inland you can find some real bargain properties in places like Cuidad Quesada and Rojales. All within a short distance from Alicante airport with daily flights all over Europe.

Our Costa Blanca team based in Campello are ready with a large portfolio of properties to suit all tastes and budgets. We know the area really well and we’re on hand to offer as much advice as you think you’ll need before and after the purchase. Our Costa Blanca property experts will leave no stone unturned in finding you the best possible property, at the best possible price, with the least possible stress. We offer an exclusive aftercare service to help you with just about everything you could possibly think need, from getting a new washing machine to mooring a yacht in the marina. So no matter what you’re looking for, be it a Costa Blanca holiday apartment or a Luxury Villa in Altea Hills Get in touch with us now for a free appraisal. See you soon.

Cities in costa blanca

Costa Blanca towns



Denia is famous for combining the delicious traditional recipes of the region with avant-garde methods of cooking, making it a centre for culinary pioneers. For this reason the city was given the title in 2015 of “Creative City of Gastronomy” by the UNESCO, which it has since adopted as its slogan. But with a coast of 20 km, Denia has a lot more to offer than just its fantastic food. It is a place rich in history, illustrated by its various buildings dating back to the 15th century, some of which are spread around Denia’s various natural parks.


The province of Alicante is sprinkled with some of the most beautiful locations on the Spanish Mediterranean. From Denia to Torrevieja, the coast is lined with beaches reputed of international prestige by the European Union, in towns and villages home to the most exquisite recipes in Spanish cuisine. The people of Alicante have kindness, generosity and happiness in their hearts, undoubtedly because of the high quality of life one enjoys within the streets, bars, restaurants and beaches of the Levantine coast.


The charming town of Altea has everything one would look for in Costa Blanca. The Mediterranean atmosphere prevails when one walks through its cosy streets and its magic corners with its various bars and restaurants. During the day, one can enjoy the splendid sites Altea has to offer, and take in its romanticism during the night. Its soothing nature makes one understand why, in Ancient Greek, Altea means “to cure”.


One of the most famous places in Costa Blanca, Benidorm evolved from being a small fishing village to a cosmopolitan city with endless opportunities and attractions. Offering an assortment of family-oriented activities, buzzing nightlife and lavish lifestyle, Benidorm can cater to everyone.


Calpe is a picturesque Mediterranean town with fishing culture at its core. The beaches of fine sand and crystal clear blue sea are safeguarded by the looming rock known as the “Peñon de Ifach”. This rock has become the defining image of Calpe, and it’s a beauty in itself, made into a natural reserve home to many different diverse species of flora and fauna.

El Campello

This historical fishing town showcases the best the Mediterranean has to offer. The town’s iconic tower of “La Illeta” overlooks its picturesque port and beach, lined with shops and award-winning restaurants. El Campello is rich in culture, characterized by its many events and local “fiestas” celebrating traditions spanning over centuries, without them interfering with the area’s quiet and amicable Mediterranean nature.


Guardamar is characterised by its dunes of fine sand, enveloped by an assortment of pines, palm trees and eucalyptus trees, endowing it with a unique landscape. As well as its distinguished natural habitat, Guardamar boasts a rich cultural heritage, containing some of the most well conserved urban complexes in the Western Mediterranean dating back to the 11th century.


Known as Xàbia in Valencian, this coastal city is possibly one of Costa Blanca´s greatest gems. Javea´s beautiful beaches and coves have inspired distinguished artists such as Sorolla. It boasts the second best microclimate in the world due to its mountains shielding it from the winter continental cold and benefitting from a levantine breeze, softening the summer heat.


Moraira is a small town rich in cultural heritage and monuments, most notably the “Castell de Moraira”, a fortification on the edge of its crystal clear turquoise waters. It´s when one submerges himself in these waters that one experiences the true magic of Moraira, which boasts of having some of the best diving spots on the Costa Blanca. However, Moraira is as beautiful above the sea as it is under it, having some wide luminous streets complemented by palm trees and Mediterranean architecture.


Murcia is one of Spain’s most underrated regions. Its agriculture is one of its many distinguished attributes, being one of Europe’s largest producers of fruit, vegetables and flowers; the quality of which proven in Murcia’s exquisite gastronomy. A combination of virgin beaches, beautiful cities, valuable cultural heritage and people with hospitality in their hearts, make Murcia one of the greatest places on the Costa Blanca.


Perhaps the most distinguishable facet of Torrevieja are its pink and green salt flats. These gorgeous salt flats are rich in wildlife, thus making Torrevieja a city with conservation and environment at its core. In addition to this, it enjoys many of the central tenets intrinsic to a Mediterranean coastal city, including marvellous beaches and promenades.

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