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Costa Blanca Holiday Villas

Please read below about the Costa Blanca, we also suggest when looking for your holiday home you try Vaargo, the free holiday home finding service, Come2stay and Holiday Home Rentals where you can locate villas and apartments on the Costa Blanca which you can rent direct from their owners.

The Costa Blanca is a stunning coastline, running from Torrevieja in the south to Denia in the north, in Valencia. There are many towns along the coast to see and enjoy and the area is popular with tourists, meaning they are well catered for. Some of the more notable towns on the Costa Blanca include;

Alicante

The city of Alicante is a historic port city. The Alicante port is busy and welcomes commercial and passenger ships, there are many yachts moored in the harbour. There are also many historical sights to see and plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to visit. The city is located in the centre of the Costa Blanca and is a good base from which to explore the surrounding towns.

Denia

Denia is a tourist town with two beaches separated by a pretty port. The Northern beach is sandy and popular with tourists; there are lifeguards, toilets and pedaloes for hire. The southern beach is littered with rocky coves and is quiet and peaceful.

Benidorm

Benidorm was once a small fishing port, but has since grown into a thriving tourist hotspot, attracting millions of visitors each year. Because of its popularity, Benidorm caters well for tourists of all ages and has several beaches within easy reach.

Moraira

Moraira is a stylish resort town with fancy cafes and restaurants. Moraira is a good base to explore the surrounding area and is close to many beaches and is also only minutes away from Denia and Javea.

Torrevieja

Torrevieja was once a small fishing and salt mining town but, like many towns on the coastal regions of Spain, has since grown into a tourist hot spot. Torrevieja has many restaurants to choose from, there are also many places to shop, with a local market opening once per week.

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