Today we’re providing a brief guide to the Costa Blanca, a holiday destination in Spain, the “white coast”, so called because of its beautiful beaches, can be brilliant for a short break or a longer stay.
The Costa Blanca has warm temperatures for most of the year, and stays temperate without reaching the humidity of some of the southern coasts and other Mediterranean countries.
There is so much to see along the costa blanca with over 100 km of beaches and some beautiful mountains to explore, great for climbing or simply marvelling at from afar.
Towns such as Benidorm are known for having a lot of British people and other expats either living in them or visiting regularly. Other towns and cities along the coast have a lot to offer and there are some great costa blanca property deals out there for those who want to live in Spain or relocate to the coast.
The area is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of Europe, and there is always plenty to do on the coast, whether you want to explore historical monuments, go on nature walks or just soak up the suns rays in a luxury hotel. Served by numerous airports, Spain is easy to travel around and hiring a car and heading along the coastline is one of the best ways to experience everything that is on offer at your own pace, you won’t be short of activities or places to stay in a bustling hive of activity.