Costa Blanca (Alicante) – Spain
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Location

Our Apartments are ideally located to enjoy the lifestyle and beaches of the Mediterranean in a popular and sought after location in Southeastern Spain. The Apartments are located in Costa Blanca South, very closed to a border with the province of Murcia (Costa Calida).

Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Europe. Travelling along the Costa Blanca you will find a world of spectacular contrasts, with fishing villages almost hidden away along the coast and large towns which are bursting with life. The Costa Blanca (White Coast) is the Spain’s premier holiday coast, popular with both domestic and foreign visitors. It’s very busy in summer, with a lively social scene and great beaches.

The area offers a typical Mediterranean climate, with cool sea breezes in summer and protection by surrounding mountains against the North winds in winter. Here you can enjoy more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and an average temperature which easily exceeds 20 degrees. It is an ideal all year round destination.

The area extends 200 kilometres along the Mediterranean coast through the province of Alicante. The Costa Blanca is blessed by a climate that escapes both the chilly, damp winters of its northern neighbour the Costa Brava, and the excessive summer heat and humidity of the Costa del Sol, closer to Africa. With a steady sunshine record all year round, it’s heaven if you have health problems such as arthritis, and paradise for everyone.

With over 60 miles of sand, numerous European Blue Flag beaches, and rocky inlets, the Costa Blanca really does live up to the region’s Spanish name of the White Coast. Visitors to the Costa Blanca are spoilt for choice, for the destinations are varied and diverse. The Costa Blanca has a resort to suit every taste. From the most bustling and cosmopolitan resorts such as Alicante itself, or Benidorm, to those which still maintain their rural air beside the sea, such as Moraira.

Costa Cálida

In the south eastern part of the Iberian peninsular around 40 kms east of the city of Murcia lies the spectacular Costa Calida ( the Warm Coast ) which rims the region sitting between the Costa Blanca to the North and the Costa Almeria in the south.  Its enviable climate and fine beaches are making the Costa Calida increasingly popular for visitors from home and abroad.

The Costa Cálida, or Warm Cost, in Murcia region, is a 250 km stretch along the Mediterranean. The coastline to the north includes the Mar Menor or “Lesser Sea”. This saltwater lagoon, the biggest in Europe, is separated from the sea by La Manga, 22 kms of land.

Whilst the Mar Menor, is a popular location for leisure sports, fishing and beach holidays, its also known as the sea of health because of its warm waters, high salinity and healing muds. The therapeutic properties of mud have been known since antiquity and used in both medical and beauty treatments for thousands of years.

Special climatic conditions in the Mar Menor, and the surrounding Salinas, have brought about clay deposits which contain a high percentage of positive ions, calcium, magnesium, potassium and fluoride, in addition to negative ions, chlorine and sulphate, which combine with extraordinarily fine sand to create a unique, healing mud.

Do you want to spend a wonderful holiday by the sea? Book it now.