Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca, belonging to the province of Alicante, is one of the most outstanding holiday regions in the Mediterranean Sea, comprising 224 km of white sand beaches, clear rocky elevations, towns with whitewashed houses and many more beauties that contrast with the blue intense sea. It is located from the Pilar de la Honrada municipality to Denia, where you can get very contrasting and original tourist destinations from north to south such as Benidorm, which is considered the entertainment metropolis and one of the most important cities in Costa Blanca, Calpe , with its amazing rock and lively port, Villajoyosa, noted for its towers, historical monuments, its festivals and its beautiful beaches, Torrevieja, characterized by being the city with the largest number of foreign inhabitants, where you can enjoy extraordinary beaches such as La Mata, the largest and with access to the promenade and extensive public parks, Alicante, a city that combines the classic with the modern, entertainment with business, fun with study and even a beach with mountains, has splendid beaches, water sports, cultural gatherings, multiple parties and a mild climate throughout the year.

Places to visit and things to do in Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca is a colorful land, where the mountains meet the sea, creating cliffs that inspire just by seeing them, crystal clear waters with rich seabed, beaches with white and golden sand and natural parks that immerse the view in an authentic paradise. Not only its beautiful landscape and ideal climate is the only thing that attracts millions of tourists every year. Costa Blanca is a region constantly visited by fun lovers from all over the continent, especially those from Great Britain, Ireland, Germany and Russia. Costa Blanca represents equally.

Climate in Costa Blanca
The climate in Costa Blanca is ideal, having more than days months of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of 17 ° C.Economy in Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca has established itself as one of the areas with the greatest urban and demographic growth in the Iberian Peninsula. Having an increase in foreign immigration, especially from northern and central European countries, attracted by the mild climate and affordable real estate prices. Therefore, exponentially increasing the number of homes bought by foreigners, the majority of whom are British and German being the main buyers