Spain in its total is a place to behold! It’s amazing beaches, rich culture, cuisine and activities as well as friendly weather all year round make up for one of the best countries to visit. As such, Costa Blanca or ‘White Coast’ is home to some of the best sceneries, life and resorts that Spain has to offer. Each year huge numbers of tourists flock on its shores in order to enjoy a sunny getaway from the busy and sometimes mundane life back home. The options of resorts on offer are vast so if you are looking for your next holidays in Costa Blanca, here is the place to look in order to get a brief taste of what those sunny shores can provide you!
Welcome to the most famous and vivid destination of all! The shore town of Benidorm is a British favourite with a huge number of tourists lying around its main beaches, getting their tan and party on under the Mediterranean sun. The amenities on offer are beyond expectation as this very well organised resort has any activity you might want to include on the to do list for your next Costa Blanca holidays. If you are a fan of partying, the numerous clubs, bars and events throughout the year will have you dancing till the early morning! If, however you decide to visit with family, rest assured that the friendly beaches and multitude of Water Parks and entertainments will have your young ones jumping around brimming with joy!
Get in touch with your posh self by visiting Torrevieja. This resort town has quickly risen amongst the ranks of preferred destinations for Costa Blanca holidays and who could blame it? The magnificent marina full of expensive yachts and decorated with palm trees is a great place to walk around and bask in the idyllic Mediterranean scenery. If you are a fan of sports you will be well satisfied to know that you can rent equipment for anything that you might fancy, from watersports to golf. Take a stroll around the numerous shops and buy anything you might fancy, from designer clothes to handmade wares.
The picturesque resort of Calpe is adorned by the majestic looks of the Ifach rock, home to an old Church and whitewashed houses. The town of Calpe loves fiestas as it’s multicultural-influenced calendar has always something going on to keep you up partying. The arrival of the three kings bearing gifts every January along with the mock battles between Moors and Christians organised every now and again give an insight into the history and culture of Spain and along with the German Oktoberfest make up for a calendar worthy of mention. Combine all this with the usual goodness of great weather, great beaches and good food and you are definitely in for a good time during your holidays in Costa Blanca!
If you are tired from everyday life and struggles and want to unwind in a beautiful, picturesque place, then Altea is for you! One of the prettiest resorts in Costa Blanca, its rich history is well represented through its stunning Old Town, adorned by historic buildings and spectacular natural scenery. This town has long inspired painters and writers and for good reason as you can experience some views to hold on to long after you return to the rainy weather back home. Dining, sailing and enjoying life at your own pace are where it’s at for this place and as such it is well recommended for a nice break from all the madness of Benidorm and other busier resorts.
By far the quietest of the aforementioned resorts, this one is perfect for people looking to rent a villa and live the life by the seaside. A small fishing village with a livid but quiet vibe, Moraira is a small wonder as it has succeeded in keeping its character mostly intact in comparison to other popular resorts. Walk by the marina, dine at the small restaurants by the seaside or enjoy your drink in any of the small bars dotted around the place and take a well-deserved break from life’s struggles. After all, your holidays in Costa Blanca could be one of the best experiences you had yet!