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Costa Blanca Spain the premier information site and local directory that provides you with information coming from across the Costa Blanca on Alicante, Spain.

Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca situated on the east coast of Spain is one of the most beautiful places in Europe. The W.H.O. considers this region to have one of the healthiest climates in the world. The reason is 320 days of sunshine. The average temperature is 22 degrees. Every summer millions of tourist visit the coast. Many visitors decide to buy their holiday home on the Costa Blanca. The endless sandy beaches have given it its name Costa Blanca (the White Coast). The Costa Blanca stretches from the town of Denia in the north to Torrevieja in the south.

The Costa Blanca is a paradise if you like to stay on the beach. Other popular activities includes golf and scubadiving. The nightlife features everything from a nice quiet dinner to party all night. Take your pick from quite Spanish villages were time seem to have stopped or skyscraper resort which never sleeps.

The relatively green and mountainous northern part of Costa Blanca is full of orange groves and olive trees. The southern part is drier. The southern part has the largest salt plants in Europe. A tour along the Costa Blanca will include international resorts and old Spanish towns. Starting in the beautiful town of Denia in the north with its castle and commercial centre mixed with the tourist industry. The next town on the list is Javea. Further is the fishing port of Moraira with its holiday villas and yacht marina. The beach resort of Calpe is next. Calpe is a modern beach resort with an attractive old quarter and the distinctive Ifach’s Rock. The rock dominates the skyline for miles around.

Altea is considered one of Costa Blanca’s most beautiful towns with its medieval cobbled streets leading up to the blue-domed church. The Plaza has one of the best views on the Costa Blanca. 11 kilometres further south the completely different town of Benidorm where the tourists go to get a tan during the day and party all night.

A bit further south is the quite town of Villajoyosa. Alicante is the region’s capital and has all kind of activities. Last stop is Torrevieja. Torrevieja is an international tourist resort preferred by British and Scandinavian holiday makers. Many have decided to stay for good.

For more information and what to do in each town on the Costa Blanca click on the town of your choice on the top menu of this page.

Costa Blanca Spain.org’s Company listing lists businesses and services on the map based on the Costa Blanca.

All companies have been checked out and are legally offering their services in Spain.

You will find service providers like accountants, movers, real estate brokers, utility companies, pet hotels and so on here.

Browse the the map above to search for the service you need.

On this web portal there is information about all the towns and villages on the Costa Blanca. The coastel towns of Denia , Javea , Moraira , Calpe , Altea , Alfaz del Pi , Benidorm , Finestrat ,Villajoyosa , Alicante , Torrevieja and Orihuela all have their own information page under the Coastal Destination button.

For information about inland towns like Lliber , Elche , Alfafara , Benejama , Benferri , Aigues , Aspe , Balones , Agres , Alcalali  Banyeres de Mariola , Benasau , Sella , Alcoleja , Jalon , Relleu , Benissa , Pedreguer , Alcoy , Guadalest , Algorfa , Alguena , Albatera and Agost place the cursor above Inland Destinations.

When you browse the map and zoom in on a town you will find the services in the Costa Blanca town of your choice. The symbols under the map indicates the type of service. If you are looking for a Hotel on the Costa Blanca click on the H symbol and all the Hotels listed with us will be shown on the map.

For articles about Living in Spain click on the Living in Spain button above the map. Under the Leisure button you will find different Leisure options on the Costa Blanca.

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