Holidays to Costa Blanca

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"This bustling beach region is an absolute must if you and your family or friends are seeking a good old fashioned fun in the sun holiday."

Costa Blanca, the 125 mile stretch of stunning coastline on Spain’s south east coast, is well known the world over for being one of the liveliest and most popular tourist resorts in Europe. Situated in the province of Alicante, this bustling beach region is an absolute must if you and your family or friends are seeking a good old fashioned fun in the sun holiday. Here you’ll find the famous resort of Benidorm and all the wild nights out that come with it. Costa Blanca is also home to several quieter but equally exciting resorts such as Torrevieja and Teulada Moraira.

Costa Blanca holidays

When you picture your perfect getaway does it consist of non-stop relaxation in the sun or is it an action-packed and adventurous affair? Whatever your answer, you can rest assured that your holiday needs will be perfectly catered to in Costa Blanca. Travellers looking to get away from it all and unwind can relax on the many beautiful Blue Flag beaches that the region is so renowned for, while thrill-seeking holidaymakers can make the most of the many activities on offer from sky diving to scuba diving.

Keep on reading to find out more about all that Costa Blanca has to offer.

Places to visit in Costa Blanca

There is no shortage of fun things to get up to in Costa Blanca; the only problem you might have is finding the time to fit all of these exciting activities into one holiday. Benidorm is home to one of the world’s most innovative national parks; Terra Natura. Covering one square mile, this park allows visitors to get just inches away from exotic animals such as tigers and elephants with nothing but an invisible glass barrier between them.

If, during your stay, you get the urge to escape the buzzing atmosphere of lively Costa Blanca then treat yourself to a spot of sightseeing in the mountain village of Guadalest. This centuries-old town is jaw droppingly dramatic to look at and is carved into a towering Cliffside with a monumental Moorish castle perched on the very top. There are guided tours into the village daily or you could attempt the journey to the top of this fairytale village yourself. Another incredible sightseeing opportunity in the area is the Algar Waterfalls.  These stunning falls are the most popular of Spain’s protected wetland countryside areas and come complete with rock pools, rugged cliffs and scattered wildflowers.

Beaches

It would be a crime to visit Costa Blanca and not make the most of the resort’s pride and joy: its beaches. El Paradis in Villajoyosa lives up to its heavenly name. This small, white sandy bay is backed by whitewashed houses and looks out over some of the clearest Mediterranean waters you’ll ever see. And for endless action head over to La Granadella in Javea; here you’ll find every water sport you could imagine, including paragliding, windsurfing, diving and jet-skiing. Les Rotes in Denia is the perfect place for couples to get away from it all and have a romantic, relaxing day by the sea while El Carabassi in Santa Pola is a dream come true for parents of small children thanks to its safe, shallow waters and soft, golden sand.