The Coastline is currently the 2nd most popular in Spain amongst Europeans, especially the British Buyers. Costa Blanca has blossomed, and has become a well sought after location.
The Costa Blanca is the tourist name of the area that stretches from Denia to Pilar de la Horadada and Orihuela to the valleys of the Marina Alta. More than 219 km of coastline full of beaches with calm waters, soft sands, wedges and exceptional cliffs and a very characteristic climate with an average temperature of around 18º centigrade.
The Costa Blanca enjoys a privileged climate, with over 2800 hours of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of around 18ºC; this time its microclimate and therefore offer the perfect characteristics to live all year, with a barely perceptible winter and spring and summer atmosphere during most of the year.
Located in the Spanish Mediterranean, the Costa Blanca belongs to the Autonomous Community of Valencia in the province of Alicante.
A landscape marked by the Mediterranean Sea, which fills with light and its turquoise coast and mountains that lean to, illustrating the grandeur of the landscape.