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Top destinations in Costa Blanca
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Explore our top locations in Spanish Costa Blanca. With beaches, quaint back streets and night life, there is something for everyone whether you like lazy beach days, exploring, golf or dancing. Check out our local guides and photos to find great locations in Costa Blanca.
Alicante Beach
Alicante Beach Costa Blanca
Exciting city on miles of sun kissed white sand beaches.
Alicante Street Cafes
Alicante Street Cafes in Costa Blanca Spain
Relaxing street cafes are everywhere in Alicante.
Altea
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Picture perfect architecture, medieval streets. Relaxed sun, sea and sand.
Calpe Beach
Calpe beach
Spanish fishing village with golden sands and modern amenities.
Benidorm Bay
Benidorm bay
Sun drenched beaches by day and dancing by night.
Benidorm Promenade
The promenade of Benidorm
Modern City promenade and city with glorious beaches.
Denia Harbour
Denia harbour
Enchanting old town, beautiful nature reserves and sandy beaches.
Moraira
Beach huts in Moraira Costa Blanca
Pristine beaches with beautiful mountain back drop.
San JuanPhotos of San Juan de Alicante
San Juan de Alicante, beautiful scenery and glorious beaches.
Torrevieja
Beach cove in Torrevieja
Imagine Yorkshire on the Mediterranean coast.
Costa Blanca Golf
Costa Blanca golf clubs
With over 30 quality golf courses Costa Blanca is heaven for golfers.

Costa Blanca:
With a host of family-friendly attractions and an endless stretch of white sand, it’s no surprise that hordes of holidaymaker's flock to the sun-drenched paradise of Costa Blanca each year.
With laid-back beaches, vibrant nightlife and a wealth of charming seafront towns to choose from – if you’re looking for good old-fashioned fun in the sunshine, holidays to Costa Blanca should be first on your list of destinations. From the bright lights and boulevards of Benidorm to sleepy fishing villages abundant in charm, you’ll find somewhere to suit you. Adrenaline-pumping adventure, fun-filled nights or lazy days – this busy part of Spain has it all.

While for most, the attraction of Costa Blanca holidays is in its sand-swept beaches, you’ll discover some great attractions to keep you captivated on your trip. The region’s most famed destination is Benidorm, offering a thriving atmosphere and medley of beachside amenities, while the resort of Alicante will please those craving a dose of culture – head to Campello, a small nearby town with an authentic feel.
If you prefer to veer away from the hustle and bustle of the busy beachfront, settle yourself in the idyllic resort of Javea on your Costa Blanca holidays. With its romantic cobbled streets and picturesque harbour, it will provide you with enough relaxation to leave you rejuvenated for your return flight.

For those looking to keep the children happy, Terra Mitica Theme Park boasts a wealth of thrill-inducing rides. Just next door is the Aqualandia Water Park, where you’ll be able to spend long sunny afternoons making your way through the rapids and embarking on adrenaline-boosting slides. If you’d rather not leave your sun-lounger for too long, you’ll find a myriad of water sports at the beachside – from banana boating to jet-skiing.
Of course, holidays in Costa Blanca are incomplete without sampling its excellent nightlife. From quirky themes bars serving chintzy cocktails to Spain’s hottest super-clubs, you’ll definitely find a place to don your dancing shoes. The Leavante Beach is jam-packed with nightclubs and bars, while the charming resort of Denia boasts a wealth of authentic restaurants serving up delicious Spanish cuisine.

Beaches in Costa Blanca:
Almost every beach resort offers fun water sports such as jet skiing, diving, and wind-surfing.
If you are looking for something quieter, try the beaches at Guardamar including Los Viveros and Playa De La Babilònia.
For family-friendly Costa Blanca beach holidays, Benidorm is ideal, with two long sandy beaches.

Costa Blanca activities:
Because of the clear, warm waters, scuba diving is very popular on Costa Blanca holidays. Head to the main beaches at Benidorm or Alicante to find great diving centres.
Costa Blanca holidays don't end at the beach! Experience the Spanish culture and the local villages, waterfalls and caves. Kids will love Castle Santa Barbara in Alicante, full of spiral staircases and spooky corners!
If you want to see the country but don't fancy hiking, get strapped in and go on a 4x4 Jeep adventure through the Prades Mountains

Costa Blanca nightlife:
For clubs and pubs, go to Benidorm, the Costa Blanca's party capital. This is the place to come if you want to party away until sunrise.
For fun family evenings on Costa Blanca holidays, head for Denia where you will find friendly bars, lively restaurants and local entertainment such as flamenco dancing.
To really sample the best of the local cuisine, spend an evening in Santa Pola, famous across the Costa Blanca for its delicious seafood.

Popular attractions:
Take the kids to one of the fantastic water parks or brave the rides at Terra Mitica – Benidorm's ancient history theme park.
Have an evening to remember at one of the legendary Benidorm Palace shows.
Visit the spectacular Cuevas Del Canalobre (Candelabra Caves) near Alicante.

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