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In the south-eastern region of Spain lies the beautiful plains of sunny Costa Blanca. Desert-swept and sauna-hot but with plentiful facilities for a comfortable stay, you’ll find that lazing on the beaches is more than enough to work up a sweat. Costa Blanca is top dog when it comes to relaxing holidays thanks to its sands which are only a shade off complete white and its local attractions like the Algar Waterfalls which are within a short driving distance. Plus, with many hotels in the area heralding five-star service, you’ll be living like royalty throughout your stay.
Get your swim gear and pitch up at one of the many beaches around the area including Playa de Levante, Playa de San Juan or Playa de la Levante. Alternatively, hit up the local nightlife in towns like Torrevieja and Benidorm where you can let loose at lively nightclubs, feel at home in typically British pubs, and relax to the max in casual beachside bars
Costa Blanca is also a hotbed for golfers, as the region boasts countless courses for players to test their swing and refine their skills. Tee off in the heat of the Mediterranean, and if you choose your course right you can play with buggy services and dining options to fuel play. If you fancy yourself a pro then you’re in good hands here with challenging fairways on offer as well as one course that consistently makes it into the top 100 in the world.
All in all, you won’t fall short of things to do in this glorious holiday destination. With beautiful scenery, attractions and facilities like spas in abundance, plentiful towns to explore, and just as many natural landmarks too, you’ll find the resort of your dreams within this incredible region.
According to the World Health Organisation Costa Blanca’s average weather is the optimum environment for being healthy, having shown good improvements among people living with arthritis and asthma. This is supposedly brought about by low rainfall, clean air, and the warmth that Costa Blanca is known for.

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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +1
  • Currency: EUR
  • Nearest Airport: Alicante Airport
  • Instagram Opportunity: Algar Waterfalls

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 10°c   Feb: 12°c   Mar: 15°c  
Apr: 17°c   May: 20°c   Jun: 25°c  
Jul: 27°c   Aug: 29°c   Sep: 25°c  
Oct: 21°c   Nov: 16°c   Dec: 12°c  


The Costa Blanca In A Nutshell

Life’s A Beach

  • Translating into ‘the White Coast’ in English, it’s simple to see that Costa Blanca has some of the best beaches this side of the Med.
  • Playa de la Fossa’s beautiful sands can only be topped by its simplistic but epic backdrop of a massive rock of limestone impaling the sea in the distance. The local anglers offer fishing expeditions too, making a great beach day.
  • El Carabassí near Santa Pola is a great family day out thanks to its abundance of confectionary shacks, beachside bars, and is decent location for spotting exotic birds on their travels. Additionally, the beach stretches across 15km of land meaning you can explore to your heart’s content.


Family Fun Guaranteed

  • Costa Blanca’s numerous beaches make for great family days out with many being close to local resorts making for easy access, as well as having nearby cafes and restaurants too.
  • The waterpark Aqualandia is in the heart of Benidorm and features 15-waterrides for endless family amusement. Also, the park’s coupled with the interactive animal experience Mundomar where kids and parents can get to know sealions and dolphins as well as many other exotic animals in an up close and personal environment.
  • The Algar Waterfalls are beautifully picturesque and family friendly, making it a great place to enjoy with the kids. An excellent family photo op is to be had under one of these wonderfully elegant waterfalls so don’t forget to charge your Nixon.


Adventure Awaits

  • You won’t be short of sun addled adventure here as Costa Blanca is host to several theme parks including Terra Míttica, Pola Park, Aqua Natura, Aquopolis and Aquapark Flamingo, which offer limitless fun for all the family.
  • Being naturally warm in the area, the land lends itself to some amazingly adventurous activities including riding jet skis, hiring quad bikes and kayaking the coast and the beautiful seas of the Mediterranean.
  • See something wild at Rio Safari Park in Alicante. Get up close and personal with a host of exotic creatures from afar like giraffes, jaguars, and Bengal tigers.

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