Municipality located on the north coast of the Alicante province (Spain), in the Marina Alta region and in front of the impressive Mount Montgó.
From Cala Granadella to Cabo de San Antonio, Jávea has an extensive and diverse coastline, a characteristic trait of the Costa Blanca. The combination of virgin coves with wide beaches of fine sand and crystal clear waters, form a beautiful picture.
The climate of Jávea is considered the second best microclimate in the world, since good temperatures can be enjoyed during most of the year. There is also the Marine Reserve of Cabo de San Antonio, with a wealth of species, many of them protected, and beautiful sea beds that represent a unique spot for diving.
Dénia is located on the north coast of the Alicante province, between the city of Valencia and Alicante. Its geographical environment is defined by a very rugged coastline. There are numerous cliffs, coves, and extensive beaches of fine sand. Dénia enjoys an average annual temperature of 20º C.
In the south area we find the beaches with the most urban aspect and thick sands. As we move in this direction, the coast becomes rugged and exuberant, it is the well-known area of Les Rotes that invites you with its idyllic coves of transparent waters. Going to the north of the municipality the landscape changes drastically. There we find the Area of Les Marines and its endless beaches of golden sand.
From the castle of Dénia which was built during the Islamic era you can enjoy the panoramic view of the city and the commercial port. Dénia is located only 55 miles from away the Island of Ibiza.
Moraira is a special natural environment for those who seek quiet and nature.
In the municipality of Moraira, you can find many residential areas, while many agricultural areas are preserved. We must highlight the cultivation of vine in its variety of Muscat. Moraira also has 8 km of coastline with beaches and small coves such as L'Andrago, Punta Estrella, Cap Blanch and La Cala.
In terms of monuments, it is worth highlighting the church in honor of the Patron Saint Catalina, a 15th century church with Gothic architecture, and the watchtower of the Cabo de Or, also known as Moraira Castle.
A tourist benchmark that proudly protects its tradition.
Calpe, has the Peñón de Ifach, one of the symbols of the Costa Blanca. It is the highest cliff in the whole Mediterranean and it divides the Calpe coastline in two parts. Its 332 meters high make it a major geographical feature. It is a Natural Park since 1987. In the 11 km of Calpe’s coastline you can find up to 14 different beaches, from rocky coves to urban beaches of golden sand, all of them distinguished by a blue flag for their beauty and environmental quality.
In addition, the municipality keeps vestiges of the past in its old quarterscur and places of interest such as the ruins of the Baños de la Reina and ancient saltworks.
The magical corner of the Costa Blanca.
The town of Altea is one of the most picturesque holiday destinations in the Valencian Community. The old town has a variety of shops, flea markets, art galleries, craft workshops, in addition to the Church of Nuestra Señora del Consuelo with its characteristic blue domes.
The coast of Altea is composed of eight kilometres of beaches, coves and cliffs. The impressive Morro de Toix closes the bay in the north. The coves of La Barreta and La Solsida along with the beach of Mascarat, to the south, conform a small paradisiacal space of unspoilt beaches and crystal clear waters.
Fun and colour throughout the year, all day and all night.
Benidorm is the greatest tourist centre of excellence in the Costa Blanca due to the amount of its resources, the variety of its leisure offer and the quality of its hotels, among other reasons. And obviously for its climate and its beaches.
Benidorm is a unique place with a strategic location. The town is sheltered between mountains and facing south and that creates the most enjoyable microclimate with high temperatures all year round.
Another outstanding aspect is the high number of skyscrapers, making it the second city in Spain with the largest number of them, only after Madrid.