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Costa Blanca

CALPE – BENISSA COSTA – MORAIRA – ALTEA

On the Costa Blanca, jewel of the Mediterranean, there is an incomparable area, where you live enjoying all year round, and is the northern area of the Costa Blanca. Its communications, beautiful landscapes, beaches and many other reasons make it the true jewel of the Mediterranean coast. In this place we carry out our work. It is our area, in which we are specialists, where we lived and worked. The area that we really know in depth in order to offer our customers a privileged place. Calpe, with its incomparable beaches and Peñon de Ifach, Altea with its special charm, Benissa Costa with its paradisiacal coves and Moraira with its beautiful Mediterranean character. In this zone, the verb to live takes another meaning, to enjoy. Because its climate, its gastronomy, its beaches and its communications make it a perfect place both to live and to enjoy your holidays.

CALPE        Symbol of the Costa Blanca

Calpe and its Peñon de Ifach are the symbol of the Costa Blanca.
A world-famous tourist destination with thousands of surprises to offer. It is the place where we work, where we live, and that we know perfectly. This way we can offer our customers the best product, in the best conditions.
Calpe combines history and modernity, the typical Mediterranean character with the most modern infrastructures and the greatest comfort.
Calpe offers magnificent white sandy beaches, as well as dreamy coves and landscapes, but also modern facilities, services and places to practice all kinds of activities.
Strolling through its old town, discovering the magic of its Moors and Christians Festivals, visiting its historical ruins, spending an unforgettable afternoon visiting its fishing port, enjoying its excellent gastronomic offer, or bathing in its crystal clear waters, all this makes Calpe a perfect place. A place you will never forget.

BENISSA COSTA        The little paradise

Benissa is a beautiful village on the Costa Blanca, located in the north of the Costa Blanca, and has some beautiful and paradisiacal coves crossed by an ecological trail. It is perfectly communicated with Valencia and Alicante through the AP-7 motorway. It has 4 delicious km of a coast full of marvellous coves surrounded by pines. A unique environment, where the quality of life reaches its highest level. You can do all kinds of leisure activities, but especially scuba diving, hiking and underwater hiking.

In short, it is a small paradise located between Moraira and Calpe, in an idyllic setting, which makes Benissa Costa one of the most desirable and sought-after places.

MORAIRA        The Mediterranean jewel

Moraira is considered the small jewel of the Costa Blanca, and one of the most beautiful and picturesque towns in the area.
Situated between Javea and Calpe, it enjoys excellent urban planning, and 8 km from the coast, with beautiful beaches and coves where you can enjoy the sea, the sun, and do all kinds of activities and sports. Its Portet de Moraira area is considered one of the most exclusive on the Costa Blanca.
Its gastronomic offer is very wide, and its Mediterranean atmosphere will make it a perfect place for your holidays or for your habitual residence.
Strategically located only a few minutes from Calpe, Denia or Jávea, with historic monuments such as Moraria Castle, a magnificent Nautical Club, and beautiful streets where you can get lost and enjoy all the character and beauty of the Mediterranean.

ALTEA        Mediterranean Magic

Altea is the clear example of a village that retains all its Mediterranean character and all its magic and charm. Altea is full of life and there are a thousand things you can do. From enjoying its landscapes, its streets or its old town, to enjoying countless adventures and experiences on the beach such as sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving or mountain routes to taking advantage of all the cultural offerings offered by the municipality, such as concerts, exhibitions, flea markets and much more.

Altea’s fiestas are something really special and you can’t miss them. The fireworks of El Castell de l’Olla are recognized with the distinction of the prize to the Tourist Merit, in the gold category of the edition of 1999, granted by the Provincial Patronage of Tourism of the Costa Blanca and in 2007, declared Celebration of Tourist Interest of the Comunitat by the Generalitat Valenciana. An authentic spectacle.

Altea is a beautiful and perfect town, both to stay and spend a holiday and to enjoy a very pleasant day. Its gastronomic offer is very extensive and from its restaurants the essence of authentic Mediterranean food can be seen.

 

Weather

The climate of the Costa Blanca is exceptional all year round, with an annual temperature of 18ºC, mild winters and warm summers perfect for enjoying the Mediterranean and more than 320 sunny days that translate into more than 2800 hours of sunshine per year. This climate has been recognised as one of the best in the world by the World Health Organisation.

Beach 

Beaches of fine sand, pebbles, hidden coves, dunes… the Costa Blanca can boast of having a great offer to choose from and of being also the tourist destination with the most Blue Flags in Spain: close to 70 beaches and 13 marinas have obtained this award that certifies the quality of its waters and services.

Among all of them, corners such as the Granadella cove and the Arenal cove in Jávea, the Les Marines area in Dénia, the Fossa beach in Calpe, the Roda in Altea, the Portel and Platgetes in Moraira, the Levante beach in Benidorm or the Fustera beach in Benissa, among others, stand out.

Natural Parks

The Costa Blanca is an area of contrasts where you can enjoy the tranquillity of the sea and also exceptional natural parks such as the marsh Oliva-pego, the Montgó or the Peñón de Ifach.
The Montgó Natural Park, between Dénia and Jávea, is a 2117-hectare site presided over by an enormous 753-metre-high massif that is home to more than 650 species of flora and vegetation and includes several hiking trails. In this same area is the Cabo de San Antonio marine nature reserve that stands out for its oceanic Posidonia bottoms.
Calpe is home to the Peñón de Ifach, the symbol par excellence of the Costa Blanca and a natural park since 1987. It covers 45 hectares and is presided over by the impressive rock with a height of 332 metres, from its top there is a privileged view of the Mediterranean and on clear days it is even possible to see Ibiza and Formentera.

Gastronomy

Along with the climate and the coast, gastronomy is another of the attractions of the Costa Blanca. The rice is the absolute protagonist of the autochthonous kitchen with which more than 300 recipes are elaborated: paella, rice to band, in stews, with vegetables, sausages, to the furnace… The fish and the seafood also form part of their recipe book and are many the plates that you have as protagonists these products of the sea.
Avant-garde cuisine also has a prominent place on the Costa Blanca as evidenced by the 15 Michelin Stars that exist in the province and among which are the three of Quique Dacosta’s restaurant in Denia, the two of Javea’s Bon Amb restaurant, or the stars of the restaurants El Rodat Village-Spa, also in Javea, Audrey’s, Beat and Orobianco de Calpe.
The Costa Blanca is also an interesting ecotourism destination with wines such as Moscatel or Fondillón.

Communications

The Costa Blanca has a complete network of communications articulated by the AP-7 Motorway and the N-332 that cover the entire coast. It also has an AVE train that connects Alicante with Madrid and the Euromed train that connects with Barcelona.
Regarding air transport, it has the international airport “El Altet” in Alicante where many companies operate and which is one of the airports with more national traffic and is also close to the airport of Manises de Valencia.
Maritime transport is also very present on the Costa Blanca with direct links between Denia and the Balearic Islands.