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For example you can go inland and enjoy the unspoilt traditional ‘real’ Spain or you can stay on the coast and enjoy the hustle and bustle and nightlife of busy tourist resorts such as Benidorm or alternatively within a short distance you can stay on the coast in quaint, quiet fishing villages – the choice is yours!In this tourist and visitor guide to the Costa Blanca we help visitors who are planning a trip with useful and practical advice on many tourism related subjects such as car rental/hire, accommodation, sightseeing, weather, where to go, where to stay, travel information and what to see and do in the Costa Blanca.The Costa Blanca is not as cold or wet in the winter as the Costa Brava, north of Costa Blanca, nor is it as humid or hot in the summer as the Costa del Sol, in the south.The Costa Blanca has the best all year round temperatures.
To the north of Denia is the Costa del Azahar and to the south of Torrevieja is the Costa Calida.Not just people retiring, nowadays many young families move to the Costa Blanca searching for a better lifestyle.Every nationality can be found here but especially English and Germans (oh and some Spanish too! The Costa Blanca is a beautiful region with mountains stretching along most of the coast.Its attractions lie in its beauty – the amazing vivid blue Mediterranean waters, the lovely sandy beaches, the old towns and villages with their old narrow streets, the restaurants and bars where one can sit and relax outside because of the wonderful all-year round climate.It’s simply a wonderful place in which to enjoy life (as we should do but often don’t) and feel rejuvenated and refreshed.
The Costa Blanca area of Spain is located approximately half-way along the east coast of Spain.