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Murcia Turística
Costa Blanca
Alicante Turística
Costa Blanca

More than 218 miles of coastline beaches filled with calm waters and soft sand, 2,800 hours of sunshine a year, a privileged climate and a soft sea for decades have been crucial to the claim until we reach millions of travellers.

Over the years, the development of modern tourist facilities and roads has facilitated access to our lands. The landscape of the Costa Blanca is defined by the sea but also by the mountains that overlook it. The province of Alicante is the second most mountainous of Spain and it shows the grandeur of the Mediterranean landscape. From valleys to keep their crops on terraces originally Moorish to a horizon filled with mountains covered with oaks, pines, carob trees and fragrant with a variety of herbs. Lovers of mountain and trekking routes are well marked by insured inland districts. South of the province, the mountains disappear and softens arise palm fields, orchards and mark the skyline.

You can visit, if desired, small villages hidden among the mountains or the most modern and lively seaside towns, with a lively nightlife. The history and monuments mark the landscape of towns and inner cities. There are numerous marinas and numerous facilities located throughout the coast to enjoy the sea and the marine offer. Cities with centuries of history, beautiful coastal towns that retain the essence of the Mediterranean peoples, municipalities within which to enjoy the rural tradition, or modern metropolis with all kinds of services, from Denia to Pilar de la Horadada, find your place in the Costa Blanca.

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