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Beautiful cities and sights on the Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. With an average annual temperature of 18ºC, the 250 km long coast full of coves, beaches, restaurants, nature reserves, cliffs, lakes and rivers stretches in the province of Alicante.

Costa Blanca is Spanish for White Coast. It is said that from the air, the coast looks like a white glitter due to the reflection of the sun on the white facades of houses in the villages (such as Altea for example), in addition to the contrast that the white coves and beaches make with the intense blue of the Mediterranean.
Another theory is that British Airways used this name in a commercial to promote air traffic between London and Valencia in the 1950s.



One of the best places to visit in Calpe is the rock Peñón d’Ifach (Rock of Ifach). A wonderful excursion that goes through a tunnel through the rock and ends (after a more or less difficult climb) at the top with a height of 330 m. The visit of the rock is very worthwhile.
Another recommendation is a visit to the Baños de la Reina (Baths of the Queen) located on the coast of Calpe. The Roman complex used to be a fish farm, but today you can bathe in these special natural pools.



Dénia is the capital of the comarca (local region) in which it is located and was declared a Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO in 2015. In the city there is a castle where you can take a walk on the walls from the Islamic period from the 11th century with a beautiful view of the sea.



Famous for its white facades, its fishing port and its beautiful sights such as the Palau de Altea concert hall, the Paseo Marítimo promenade or the neighborhood of Altea la Vella, the oldest part of the village. In this article we walk through the most notable attractions of Altea.



Number 1 in tourism on the Costa Blanca and the autonomous region of Valencia. Benidorm needs no introduction, the attraction of the Costa Blanca.



In this place are notable churches from the 18th century such as the Iglesia Arciprestal de la Inmaculada Concepción (Archpriestly Church of the Immaculate Conception), or the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario (Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary). You can also walk on the Paseo del Dique de Levante, the Paso al Faro, or along its beaches and coves. Discover what you must see in Torrevieja.
You should know that you cannot leave without seeing the famous Rosa lagoon.



Alicante is the capital of the province of the same name and has one of the most beautiful historic centers of the coast of Alicante in the Santa Cruz district. Here you will find all shops of famous brands and concert and cultural halls.

The castle of Santa Bárbara, located on a high hill, stands like a crown on this majestic city. Admission to the castle is free and there is a changing exhibition to view.


Postiguet Beach in Alicante

The beach is located next to the port of Alicante, has the blue flag and with its promenade is a true icon of the culture of the city and the province and mentioned in the mystical song “La manta al coll”.



Villajoyosa is the capital of the local Marina Baixa region and has many attractions. The place was built on the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Allon and is famous for the factory and museum of the chocolate brand Chocolates Valor. Villajoyosa is a traditional fishing town with its harbor and several restaurants right on the beach.

Here we find beautiful attractions such as the reservoir of the Amadorio. In July, the festival of the Moors and Christians is celebrated, which has also been declared of International Tourist Interest.



Despite the fact that the village is not located directly on the coast, the sea is relatively close by and it is certainly worth mentioning the town. This small village has kept its medieval character and therefore houses a lot of history within the walls of the castle that we can visit. This and the multitude of bars, restaurants and museums make Guadalest one of the most charming villages in the province of Alicante to visit.


Granadella Beach in Javea

One of the most famous beaches in Spain for its crystal clear waters and two maritime caves which can be visited with kayaks for hire on the beach. Parking is available on the road on the hill next to the beach.


Tabarca Island

The island is located 9 km off the coast of Santa Pola and has a length of 1800 m and a width of half a km. On the island you will find many historical places such as the walled citadel of Charles III and a museum that tells the history of the island.


Fuentes del Algar

Get to know this small nature reserve formed by the course of the Algar River, full of waterfalls and springs that rise in the mountains. This gift of nature is located 3 km from the center of the town of Callosa d’en Sarrià.


Sierra de Bernia

The Sierra de Bernia is a nature reserve with an altitude of 1129 meters. This massif mainly consists of limestone rocks from the Oligocene and the Cretaceous.

It goes without saying that it is one of the most impressive places to visit: the incredible cliffs, the idyllic views and the varied natural areas make this a very important place not to be missed.

One of the best things to do in Alicante is a hiking trail through one of the mountains.

It is about 9 km long and stretches from the Algar River, through the Mascarat ravine to the Sierra del Ferrer.