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The Costa Blanca

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The Costa Blanca is the 160 km long coastal line of the province of Alicante, on the South of Valencia. Does The Costa Blanca thank its name – White Coast – from the many almond plantations that in February has white blooms and smells lovely? Or is this Costa called to its breathtaking white beaches? Anyway, it is an ideal holiday destination for families who love the sun and the sea, culture and sports.

Do you know the Costa Blanca already? Then we aren’t telling you nothing new. But maybe you don’t know these places yet, located near our villas: Moraira, Jávea and Denia.

You will find here wide sandy beaches, but also small pebble beaches, sometimes only accessible by boat. Do you like a cute fishing village or luxury resorts with prestigious marinas? Both can be found along the Costa Blanca, and everything in between. The inland is also beautiful and rich in culture. You will discover ancient castles and quiet mountain villages. You make trips through pine trees areas and along rocky massifs and orange gloves. White houses glowing in the sun. Can you imagine this? Think also about the delicious food, tapas and Spanish wines.

The Costa Blanca is easily accessible by car or with a plane. On site you can rent a car. In the description of our houses you will find more information about car rental.

  • Climate
  • Beach & sea
  • Inland
  • Food & drinks
  • Golf
  • Moraira
  • Jávea
  • Denia
  • Route


The Costa Blanca has a wonderful climate. The mountains behind the coast keeps the wind from the Spanish inland. The summers aren’t too hot and the winters are very mild. The average temperature is 18ºc. In the summer it’s not hotter than 30ºc. If you are staying at the Costa Blanca with Christmas then there is a chance big that it will be 20ºc… Annually the Costa Blanca has more than 320 “sunny-days”.

Beach & sea

The Costa Blanca is famous for its wonderful sandy beaches and intimate bays. The kids build sand castles on the beach and collect shells along the tide line. From your sunbed under a parasol you can keep an eye on them. In the evening a delicious fish at the port, and then you go back to your luxury villa. Would you like to bake a fish by your own? Many of our holiday homes have a great BBQ place on the terrace where you can cook.

Sailing, skiing and diving, it is all possible. There are many marinas where you can rent a sailboat or a surfboard. Many diving schools have courses as 1-day diving instructions. You can also sail along, during one of the many boat trips. Highly recommended – especially for your children – is a trip on a glass bottom boat along the coast. Exciting views in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea! On the Costa Blanca you will find also differen (water) amusement parks.


The Costa Blanca has a beautiful coast, but the inland is also beautiful. The inland is rolling and hilly, with pretty much vegetation. Inland there are rocky hills and rugged mountains of granite and sandstone in all kinds of shapes. You will find wooded valleys, vineyards, almond orchards and sprawling gardens. The fauna in the inland is very diverse: wild pigs, deer, foxes, hares and rabbits, and birds like woodpeckers, owls and chickens. If you pay attention during your walk, then there are big chances that you see one of these animals.

The Moors laid in the valleys an extensive irrigation network that now still works. The many orange and lemon gloves benefits of that. If you are here in the spring, then once you need to walk around these plantations. The smell of the blossoms is overwhelming. Also, the terraced building plots and many trees refer to the Moorish past. In the pine forest, you can cool down on hot days, just like the Spaniards that do during their picnic.

In the inland you will see many typical Spanish villages, each with their own specialties and festivities. The caves of Busot is recommended (Las Cuevas de Canalobre – 700 metres high). 

Food & drinks

On the Costa Blanca you will find a lot of excellent restaurants. Typical Spanish, but also with an international kitchen like Mexican or Chinese.

The traditional kitchen on the Costa Blanca is based on fish, how could it be otherwise. Delicious fresh fish that the residents themselves catch in the Mediterranean Sea. Also important are the fruit and vegetables. A holiday on the Costa Blanca is not complete if you haven’t tried the delicious paella! The region is known for its rice. Often prepared with broth and fish. Like how the fishermen always had it during their trips on sea. On the menu of many restaurants you can always find fish, shellfish and crustaceans. In a salt bed braised sea bream or sea bass, red mullet sprinkled with lemon juice some shellfish or hake. You smell the sea on your plate!

Tapas is another delicacy. Fresh sardines, shrimp in garlic (gambas a l’ajillo), fried squid rings (calamares fritos), those are just a few. Lovely next to a glass of Spanish wine in a bar on the boulevard. But a cold beer is also possible.


Do you love golf? Then you are at the right place on the Costa Blanca. Here you will find several golf courses. For example, Club De Golf La Sella at Dénia, next to the natural park the Montgó. Or Bonalba, just above Alicante. A bit smaller, but also worth are Jávea Club de Golf at Jávea, Ifach Club at Moraira and Don Cayo Golf Club at Altea.


Who loves Spain, loves Moraira. The old fishing village of Moraira has really kept its authentic character. No high buildings or mass tourism here. But a nice lively hustle in the village with charming terraces and nice shops. And of course, lovely seafood restaurants. But you can also choose one of the many other restaurants with international kitchen.

In the port are still numerous fishing boats, now side by side with modern yacht. Moraira is one of the most important fish markets of the Costa Blanca. On the traditional fish auction, will be handled by fish buyers. Just like them, you can also buy your fresh fish in the morning here.

In Moraira are still many beautiful historic buildings, such as the old Castle “El Castillo” and the watchtower. In the past, this tower was served to protect the inhabitants against the numerous pirates. There is also an impressive marina that sheltered between the rocks of Cap Blanc and Punta of Moraira.

Moraira beach

The coastline of Moraira is 8 km long. Cliffs runs over into child-friendly sandy beaches. El Portet is a beautiful sandy beach where you can also find nice cosy restaurants and bars. The sandy beach of L’Ampolla – the largest of Moraira – you will find it close to the center. If you are looking for peace and a covered place, then we recommend the coves of El L’Andragó or Cap Blanc. All the beaches have received the blue flag, because of their clean water and sand.

Tips Moraira

At 8 km you will find Benissa with its beautiful center. When you follow the coastal road to the South, you will see after about 11 km the impressive rock the Peñón de Ifach with a height of 332 m.

A trip to the inland is definitely worth a visit. You will find different landscapes and high mountains. Approximately at 42 km you will arrive at the medieval mountain village of Guadalest, which is built against the rock. Guadalest is situated next to an impressive reservoir (Embalse de Guadalest). About more or less 40 km further you will come to the 1.558 m high mountain Sierra Aitana. This mountain has sometimes even snow on its tops. From the Sierra Aitana you have a breathtaking view over the surroundings.

Your kids (and you) can enjoy the Aqualandia water park or the theme park Terra Mítica. Both are located in Benidorm on ca. 45 km. Moraira also has a tennispark.


Jávea is a romantic and lively coastal town, ideal for holidaymakers of all ages. The valley of Jávea is dotted with almonds-, olive-, and orange groves. The beautiful coastline of Jávea is 25 km long. Jávea lies between the bays of San Anthoni and La Nau. The bays formed in the Middle Ages the ideal hiding places for smugglers and pirates.

The “old town” of Jávea – Xàbia – has kept its own historic character. A must for lovers of culture! Walkinh through the charming Arab streets, past whitewashed buildings, decorated with frames of “Tosca”, a type of natural stone. This city also has a beautiful old church, San Bartolomé. This church served as a welcome refuge during the pirate attacks.

Jávea beach

Close to the center you will find the sandy beach of “Arenal”. This beach is the most child-friendly from the region. There are special places to play for the children. A bay screens the rolling sandy beach. Because of this reason the water stays quiet and bright. You can safely sunbathe and swim here. The lifeguard is present. And if you fancy a trip on the sea you can rent a small motor boat.

The evenings are very nice under the palm trees on the boulevard. There is a wide choice of good restaurants and bars. Would you like Mexican food, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Italian, fish&chips or the traditional Spanish food? It’s all here.

Tips Jávea

15 minutes’ walk from the beach of “Arenal” you will find the typical Spanish port. On the promenade, you can get a snack or a drink at one of the many terraces and restaurants. The gifts shops selling beautiful souvenirs. And from the pier it is good fishing. If the catch was disappointing, there is always a nightly fish market…

Along the pebbled and rocky beaches of La Grava and Calablanca you can go sailing, swimming, canoeing, water skiing and jet skiing. Tangó and Prtichol have small private bays with pebble beaches. There it is nice to go snorkeling and scuba diving.

Montgó (op 10 (at 10 km) is a spectacular mountain behind Jávea. You can make fantastic walkes in this beautiful nature reserve, such as in La Granadella (at 5 km).

In the nearby surroundings are several golf courses,for example, the 18-hole course of the Jávea Golf Club or the one in Denia (at 10 km). Do you prefer playing tennis? Then you can visit the tennis park of Jávea.

Your kids (and you!) can enjoy of the Aqualandia water park or the theme park Terra Mítica. Both are located in Benidorm on ca. 45 km. You can also visit the exciting safari park (Aitana)!


Denia is a wonderful town at the Mediterranean Sea, in the North of the Costa Blanca. The sun shines here almost the whole year. The city lies at the foot of a hill. From this hill you have beautiful views of the city. Here you will find a lot of fish and marinas. Along the boulevard with palm trees, but also in the center you can go for shopping. Especially in the summer, there are many “fiestas” and markets. Denia is located in front of the island of Ibiza, to which you can go with the ferry connection.

Denia beach

The coastline of Denia is nearly 20 km long. On the North of the town are the lovely sandy beaches of Les Marines, L’Almadrava, Les Deveses, Les Bovotes and Els Palmars. Here you can do sailing, rowing, canoeing, windsurfing, fishing, jet skiing, scuba diving, swimming… The water is crystal clear and irresistible and invites you to take a refreshing dip on a sunny afternoon.

To the South you will find Las Rotas, with a few of small coves in the rocky coast. A true paradise for fishermen and divers.

Denia is located just to the North of Montgó, which is a spectacular mountain. Here in the beautiful nature reserve you can make fantastic walks.


The accommodations of La Caza are all on the Spanish Costa Blanca. From Utrecht that is a distance of about 2000 km.

When you travel by car, follow the tourist route through France. Along the Spanish coast, take the A7 until exit 63 Benissa/Teulada.
When you travel by the plane, you fly to the airports of Alicante or Valencia. From there it is ca. 45-minute drive to your final destination.

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