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The Costa Blanca and its surroundings

Only two hours by plane from Belgium and France. Our region is served daily by flights that land at Alicante and Murcia Airport

The Costa Blanca enjoys a sunny climate 330 days a year with a mild winter and average temperatures of 20 degrees in this season. It extends over 240 km along the province of Alicante. You can enjoy these numerous white sand beaches, but also small coves of turquoise water or take a long walk through the mountains admiring the magnificent natural landscapes.

The Costa Blanca is also a festive coast where there are activities of all kinds. From gastronomy and good wine to visits to cathedrals or museums, pleasant moments with family taking advantage of the numerous amusement, aquatic or even animal parks in small ports and marinas which you can take advantage of to do leisure activities. water sports or boat excursions such as visiting the island of Tabarca, there is something for all ages and tastes!

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More than 3000 hours of sunshine per year

  • Sun all year round on the Costa Blanca
  • Shops open until 11 p.m. and the largest shopping center on the Costa Blanca,
  • Gastronomy
  • The cost of living
  • The Spanish welcome and culture
  • Many recognized golf courses,
  • Murcia Airport 15 minutes away and Alicante airport 40 minutes away, served daily from Belgium
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Most of our properties are located in Orihuela Costa which is located in the south of the Costa Blanca between Alicante and Murcia.

The assets of this part of the Costa Blanca are undeniable, Orihuela Costa has several renowned golf courses including Campoamor, Villamartin, Las Ramblas and Las Collinas; numerous natural parks such as La Mata and Torrevieja Park; the Torrevieja and San Miguel Salt Flats; the largest shopping center on the Costa Blanca, Zenia Boulevard, which is open all year round from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and midnight in high season without forgetting numerous natural or developed beaches.

Five of its beaches have received the quality label awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Tourism.

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In a large plain, we find Torrevieja, a neighboring town of Orihuela-Costa. The villa has splendid beaches, thanks to which its tourist capacity develops, combined with the seafaring and salt-making tradition. Salt production in Torrevieja is one of the most important in Europe, a visit to the Saltworks is inevitable.

Two large salt lagoons give all its character to this tourist town. From north to south, we first find the popular fine sand beach of La Mata.

Then comes a series of small rocky coves. The most popular beaches are Los Locos and El Cura, bordered by a pretty promenade. Many restaurants, activities and places to go out make this city a bustling city.

Other towns or villages to discover, such as Pilar de la Horadada, Benijofar, Ciuadad Quesada, San Miguel de Salinas, Daya Vieja, and many others.

Its cities will all offer you Spanish hospitality, inexpensive and delicious gastronomy and of course its spectacular beaches and natural areas.

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Pilar de la Horadada is a town located in the Vega Baja Alicante to the east of the peninsula, in the south-east of Spain.

It is the southernmost municipality of the Valencian Community, bordering the Region of Murcia. It separates you from a distance of 85 kilometers from Alicante and only 50 kilometers from the capital Murcia.

As a locality on the Costa Blanca, its activity is focused, to a large extent, on tourism due to its excellent temperature and the existence of beaches and coves for all tastes.

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Located along the Costa Blanca, Alicante is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Levant region.

In addition to its numerous golf courses, this city offers the tranquility of the Mediterranean Sea and the charm of a beautiful port city dominated by the Santa Bárbara Castle, witness to all the civilizations that have occupied it.

The old town, located at the foot of this fortress, contains interesting civil and religious architecture. You can also take a pleasant walk along the Explanada de España, a place of relaxation par excellence for the inhabitants of Alicante. Alicante maintains very rooted popular traditions, such as the festival of “Moros y Cristianos” (Moors and Christians). ) and Midsummer.

As for gastronomy, rice, cooked in a thousand ways, is at the heart of culinary heritage.

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Located in the middle of La Marina Baixa, Benidorm is one of the main tourist destinations on the Costa Blanca. In addition to its excellent beaches, there is an incomparable range of accommodation, restaurants and leisure activities. The old town, which stands on a promontory, contrasts with the wide avenues of buildings, shops and terraces which extend along its five kilometers of coast.
The possibilities offered by Benidorm are innumerable: walks on the seafront to swimming, water sports or boat trips to the island of Benidorm. Without forgetting the local festivals, and exceptional gastronomy – especially based on rice and fish.

Benidorm is one of the major tourist centers on the Costa Blanca of Alicante. Its fine sandy beaches, its clear waters and the mild temperatures throughout the year have made the reputation of this seaside resort with infrastructure and services of impeccable quality. The beaches are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful attractions in Benidorm.

Some five kilometers of coastline dotted with vast expanses of sand and small coves where you can cool off or practice an infinite number of water sports, from diving to water skiing, windsurfing, sailing, etc.

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An area where you will not have time to get bored…