Going on vacation to the Costa Blanca has become the number one goal for those seeking a total disconnection from the hustle and bustle of the city and a first-hand contact with nature. Its location makes it the owner of a privileged climate throughout the year, since it is difficult to find a day without sun in this Mediterranean region. Do you find it difficult to choose a luxury vacation destination? Then consult the following guide to incredible places, destined for rest and regeneration.
Areas of the Costa Blanca with the largest number of elite holiday rentals
The Costa Blanca is irrefutable proof that we can live in collusion with nature and form synergy with it. Its towns preserve the culture of yesteryear, while incorporating the most innovative advances so that its visitors and inhabitants can maintain the comfort of modern life at all times. On the other hand, the commitment of the marinas and the community in general with respect to the conservation of maritime and environmental conditions, is part of the proposal that the Costa Blanca has for you.
Hidden coves, beaches with crystalline waters, churches, narrow streets and hidden villages, make Benisa an icon and emblem of the Costa Blanca. The viewpoints offer you panoramic and privileged views of Benisa, while you can participate in social and cultural activities in the Palacio de los Torres-Orduña, which was built in the 16th century.
The Cathedral of the Marina is an imposing neo-Gothic heritage that is part of the fantastic architectural proposal of the municipality.
After a dreamy sunset in the port of Jávea, accompanied by its typical Mediterranean tapas, the invitation is to tour its old town, dotted with medieval architecture.
The new trends have also echoed the beauty of Jávea, since the Barraca cove is already known as “the cove of the instagramers”, due to the predilection of these influencers for being photographed with the little white houses with blue doors that make up this peculiar and unrepeatable landscape.
The only sandy beach in Jávea is Playa del Arenal, which has an interesting strip of bars and restaurants to end your day in front of the sea, with a sunset and a delicious gastronomic offer.
The unparalleled beauty of Altea has been an inspiration for dozens of artists who capture their personal and particular version of the little houses with vibrant domes that serve as a frame for the exquisite Mediterranean alleys.
Another of Altea’s great attractions are its pebble beaches with their dream hostels. The first Russian Orthodox church in Spain, that of San Miguel Arcángel, was erected in Altea, and today you can marvel at how it gives shape and color to the landscape of the municipality.
- Alfaz del Pi
To the southeast of the Marina Baja region, is the municipality where pirate stories abound, which you can listen to on Albir beach, which is covered with boulders. The International Film Festival takes place every year in Alfaz del Pi, on the occasion of the delivery of the Faro de Plata awards. That is why, like Hollywood, it has its own walk of stars.
The Albir Lighthouse, currently abandoned, is the touch of mystery and the source of legends that make Alfaz del Pi a magical corner of the Costa Blanca.
The star of Dénia is definitely the Baix La Mar neighborhood, a place of low houses and charming squares. His story tells us about the adventures of the sea and the sailors who starred in them. The aromas of Mediterranean cuisine begin to accompany you from the moment you take your first steps among the restaurants that dot its streets.
To the delight of children, and adults who have their inner child very much alive, a Playmobil sculpture commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the film that John Paul Jones shot in Dénia.
The most representative municipality of the Costa Blanca is, without a doubt, Benidorm. His proposals enchant both tourists and locals, throughout the year.
Animals are the main protagonists of Benidorm, since we can find them, as if they were in their natural habitat, both in Terra Natura and in Mundomar.
The first is a zoo with laudable conservation and educational purposes for the new generations. Animals that are on the verge of extinction participate in the reproduction programs that Terra Natura has designed to avoid this ecological tragedy.
The second is a park intended to house birds, marine animals, reptiles and mammals. The difference with Terra Natura is that Mundomar offers shows in which you can participate, such as swimming with dolphins and sea lions.
Benidorm’s landscapes combine nature and architecture to a degree of perfect fusion. That is why parasailing flights have become fashionable, which propose to navigate through the air to obtain a panoramic view of its beaches and its incredible coastline.
Thousands of tourists choose it every year for vacation, as many people continue to make it their permanent residence… and you, when are you going to make the choice that will change your life forever?