Costa Blanca, or the White Coast, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Not only does it have one of the best tourism industries in the Mediterranean, but it also offers a wide range of Spanish culture for visitors to experience.
From glorious sunshine to golden shores, there are many reasons why people visit Costa Blanca, however depending on what you want from a holiday, there are many other things to see and do on this stretch of land. For example, Benidorm is home to some of the best bars, restaurants and party resorts in Europe, while Alicante is a historic city full of amazing architecture. Let’s take a look at some of the top reasons to fly to Costa Blanca this year.
Sierra de Espuna Nature Park
Costa Blanca is a long stretch of coastline, and unless you know where to go to make the most of your holiday, you might end up losing out. The Sierra de Espuna Nature Park is one of the best places to visit in the area, whether you’re travelling with your family or on your own, and there are so many things to see and do! If you like hiking, fishing, swimming, or just fresh air in general, then this nature park is the place for you, and with a great climate all year round, you don’t even need to come in the summer months.
The Sierra de Espuna Nature Park is certainly a great place to relax, and we all know how hectic Costa Blanca can get sometimes. Taking a brisk walk along the mountain sides, or up the lush green hills will leave you energised and invigorated, and because there’s miles of forestry, you don’t even need to pick a direction! If you’re feeling a little more adventurous however, why not rent mountain bikes, or even dirt bikes, to scale the fantastic hills.
The Calblanque Coastline
If you’re visiting Costa Blanca to make the most of the amazing weather and to top up your tan, then there’s no better place to spend a few days than Calblanque. This fantastic stretch of beach can be found just outside Mar Menor, and it’s a tourist hotspot all year round. From white sands to crystal clear waters, fossilised dunes to hidden coves, these beaches are perfect if you want to get away from it all. Furthermore, there’s also a variety of cafes and restaurants that look out onto the beach, so you won’t have far to walk if you’re feeling hungry.
This village is one of the most visited place in the whole of Spain, second only to the world famous Prado museum. Located just outside Benidorm, and with great transport links to other towns and villages, Guadalest offers beautiful winding streets and amazing architecture, and there’s also a number of museums to visit there too. One of the best things able Guadalest is the market stalls and souvenir shops, and if there’s any place in Costa Blanca where you can pick up a bargain, it’s certainly here!