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Costa Blanca North in Spain. From Denia to Alicante, it is possible to enjoy a picturesque landscape of mountains and valleys that offer views of a breath-taking coastline. The Costa Blanca North is a popular part of Spain because of its great weather and fantastic beaches. And for its excellent gastronomy.

Costa Blanca North

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The municipality of Teulada-Moraira formed by both populations, one inland located and the other in the coast, constitutes a tourist zone, where there are many urbanizations, as well as numerous agricultural areas, mainly dedicated to the vine cultivation, of the muscatel variety, that produces delicious raisins.

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The municipality has not suffered a great urban speculation so there are some small beaches such as the one of La Fustera or Cala Pinets, L’Advocat or La Cala Baladrar. You can take a maritime trip through these beaches or practice water sports such as scuba diving or fishing.


As early as the thirties, writers such as Hemingway spent the summer in Calp. And next to the Peñón was built the first hotel establishment of Calp: the Parador de Ifach. The Morro de Toix and the Peñón de Ifach are the endpoints of the bay of Calpe.


Jávea (or Xàbia in Valencian) is one of the most beautiful towns on the Costa Blanca, in Alicante. In addition to its dream beaches and coves, there are natural parks such as Montgó, reserves such as San Antonio, a fishing port that dates back to the 15th century, a long history and a rich gastronomy.


Altea is undoubtedly not only one of the best tourist destinations in Spain and Europe, but also the ideal place to live all year round. Known as the 'Dome of the Mediterranean', Altea is home to a lively multinational community of permanent residents and has become a cosmopolitan place that bustles all year round.


Dénia is one of those destinations that shines with its own light. Its 20 kilometres of coastline hide fine sandy beaches and rocky coves that hold great treasures. And if you look up, the Montgó rises up watching over the coastline. What's more, this part of the Costa Blanca has a great historical, cultural and gastronomic heritage.


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