Located on the Spanish Mediterranean, La Costa Blanca is part of the Autonomous Community of Valencia, the province of Alicante. The Autonomous Community of Valencia comprises the provinces of Alicante, Valencia and Castellón and, in turn, it is divided into different tourist names: Costa Blanca, Benidorm, Costa Azahar and Valencia.
La Costa Blanca is the tourist name for the area that stretches from Denia to Pilar de la Horadada and from Orihuela to the Valleys of Marina Alta. More than 219 km of coastline scattered with soft-sand and calm-water beaches as well as extraordinary coves and cliffs, with a very characteristic climate of an average temperate of approx. 18º C all year round.
A landscape dominated by the Mediterranean Sea which fills the coastline and the overhanging mountains with light and turquoise blue, revealing the wonders of the landscape. From the valleys cultivated with crops arranged in Moorish-style terraces to the horizons filled with mountains crowned by oaks, pine and carob trees and perfumed by a wide variety of aromatic plants, mountain and hiking enthusiasts are guaranteed well- indicated routes through the inland regions and the mountainous areas of the coast.
Consult our guide to the Costa Blanca where you will find useful telephone numbers, the best restaurants in the area and all the beaches: