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Holidays to Costa Blanca, Spain

The scenic coastline of Costa Blanca is an unforgettable holiday experience and stretches across 200 kilometres in total. Better yet, this exotic island is home to the popular party resort, Benidorm, the thriving town filled with beachfront bars, wet and wild water parks and exciting sightseeing activities.

Expect luxury from Costa Blanca Holidays, with a hint of excitement, as the lively atmosphere fills every resort found in this fantastic coastline. Whether you’re looking to dance into the early hours to smooth jazz, rush down fast water slides or capture unforgettable views after a climb up to the old Albir Lighthouse, a visit to Costa Blanca will leave you wanting to return over and over again.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 2.5-3.5 hrs
COST OF A BEER Around €1.50
3 COURSE MEAL Expect to pay €8
  • Oh, the sights you’ll see

    Costa Blanca is home to some of the most breathtaking views in the whole of the Mediterranean. Experience the magnificent scenes at the exquisite Tio Ximo Cove in Benidorm and watch fish weave in and out of the water, at the edge of the high-rising cliffs. If authentic architecture is more your thing, venture over to Benidorm Old Town to explore the amazingly intricate cobbled streets and the fantastic San Jaime Church.

  • Shop ‘til you drop

    What’s so unique about Costa Blanca is its vast range of shopping opportunities, offering visitors the chance to rummage through big labels at shopping complexes, or discover unique finds at one of the independent boutiques. Get lost in Benidorm Old Town, which offers visitors the chance to hop in and out of a varied mix of local shops and find traditional Spanish clothes, accessories and souvenirs at the quirky Benidorm Flea Market.

  • Lively nightlife

    You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to spend your summer nights in Costa Blanca. Sip on punchy sangria as you dance the night away to the sounds of soul and jazz music, at one of the many Spanish fiestas in beautiful Calpe. Or, head over to a charming Tiki bar and enjoy a fruity cocktail in lively Benidorm.

Activities

Once you’ve discovered the diverse range of adventurous activities to partake in, in Costa Blanca, your plan to simply stay by the pool all day will quickly change. If you’re a thrill-seeker, or venturing on a fun family holiday, the selection of exciting water parks situated along this idyllic coastline will entice you in. Take a trip to Aqua Nature or the famous Aqualandia for a splash-tastic day out.

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Aiguera Park

Aiguera Park was designed by architect Ricardo Bofill. Located in Benidorm beside the Avinguda de l’Aiguera, this public park boasts a Neoclassic…

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Algar Botanical Garden

Home to hundreds of cacti, the Algar Botanical Garden has been a labour of love for Pepe Perez, the owner, for many years. This private garden…

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Beaches

Costa Blanca is home to some of the most picturesque resorts in the whole of Spain, with an exquisite range of fine sandy beaches dotted along the coastline, spoiling holidaymakers who are looking to truly relax. Sit back on a sun lounger and relax at the stunning Mal Pas beach, located next door to Benidorm’s quirky old town or dive in the glistening waters at Playa de la Fossa o Levanta, in the wondrous resort of Calpe.

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Altea beach

Altea beach doesn’t attract those in search of sun, sea and sand due to it being a pebbly stretch along the coast, but it’s great for relaxing.

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Calas de Calpe

Calas de Calpe’s beach is known to get extremely busy, especially during the summer months. However, there’s a reason so many people flock here.

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Food and Drink

From seafood to tapas, you will be spoilt for choice trying to decide where to eat in Costa Blanca. Our Plaice, in beautiful Alicante, is the perfect restaurant for seafood lovers, serving up the best fish and chips in the whole of Costa Blanca. If you’re looking to taste traditional Mediterranean dishes, head to Tapas Alley in Benidorm and try a variety of different delectable dishes, designed to suit the finest of palates.

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Amigos Bistro

The tasty Amigos Bistro offers fresh seafood dishes and traditional Spanish tapas, paired with a charming and charismatic atmosphere.

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Beachfront bars

Costa Blanca literally means “White Coast”, which sums up the beauty of this stretch of coastline perfectly. With over 200km of glorious beaches.

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Sights

There are plenty of amazing sights to admire when you visit Costa Blanca, whether you’re into ancient ruins, fascinating architecture, scenic bird watching or admiring the beautiful surrounding scenery as you sail across the ocean. Overlook the stunning coastline, glittering waters and high-rising mountains on a walk up to Albir Lighthouse or take a trip to San Jaime Church and learn all about Spain’s interesting history.

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Albir Lighthouse

For spectacular views of Albir, take a walk to the fantastic Albir Lighthouse. If you are always looking to seek out adventure, make sure to visit…

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Balcon Del Mediterraneo

Balcon del Mediterraneo is as opulent as its name and is located in Benidorm’s Old Town, next to Plaza Castelar. Although the main square of…

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Top Resorts in Costa Blanca

Alicante

Alicante is the hub of the Costa Brava, a busy coastal city with beautiful beaches and a great nightlife that is perfect for families, clubbers and sightseers alike!

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Altea

This quaint fishing village has become a popular tourist resort but has not lost its old world charm. Expect whitewashed houses, cobbled streets and a quiet, tranquil feel.

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Benidorm

Benidorm holidays suit all different personality types; there’s something for everyone, thanks to its vibrant nightlife and secluded sea-coves.

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Calpe

A small but bustling resort town, Calpe is perfect for those who want plenty of activities to keep them busy without the loud nightlife or busy city feel of Alicante or Benidorm.

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Denia

Denia is a pretty little resort with an authentic Spanish charm. Visit Denia Castle, enjoy delicious seafood at the marina, and soak up the sun on one of the beautiful beaches!

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Javea

Enjoy a laidback break in Javea, a small resort of cobbled streets and beautiful buildings that comes alive after dark with late night restaurants and friendly bars hosting live music.

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Location of Costa Blanca

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