The beauty and sunsets of the Mediterranean are waiting for you in the Costa Blanca beaches, relax, culture leisure and first-level cuisine.
A natural view to discover
Theaters, Museums, Music and Cultural Centers
Fun and cultural traditions
Fine sand, dunes and steep cliffs on the edge of the city or in paradisiacal corners. The Costa Blanca welcomes us with more than 170 beaches and more than 300 sunny days a year. Where? For example, Alicante, Denia, Altea and Benidorm.
However, the Costa Blanca is not only a beach. Ten natural parks from north to south are drawing a unique landscape: Sierra de Mariola, Font Roja, Marjal Pego-Oliva, Peñón de Ifach, Sierra Helada, Montgó, the lagoons of La Mata and Torrevieja, the Salinas de Santa Pola and The Fund.
Traditional dishes and innovative cuisine give flavour to an area that also offers a wide range of high-level wines.
Alicante offers a Mediterranean diet: vegetables, rice, seafood, fruits and delicacies. Why? This is demonstrated by the sixteen Michelin Stars that hang from twelve establishments on the Costa Blanca.
Some of the products with designation of origin are the wines and spirits of Alicante; the bagged grape from Vinalopó; Mountain cherries from Alicante, loquats from Callosa d’En Sarrià and Nougat from Alicante and Jijona.
The desire to have fun will be fully satisfied in a unique offer that includes Terra Mítica, Terra Natura, Aqualandia and Mundomar (all in Benidorm); Elche River Safari; Aquópolis in Torrevieja or Polapark in Santa Pola.
In addition, we can enjoy traditional festivals such as the Arabics and Christians, the Bonfires of San Juan or Holy Week, recognized as celebrations of International Tourist Interest.
However, let us not forget that the Costa Blanca also treasures an important archaeological heritage, from cave paintings to numerous Iberian and Roman remains and a historical route through medieval enclaves in the interior.