Costa Blanca, literally translated to “White Coast” is an area over 200 kilometers along the east coast of the Mediterranean in the Alicante province, Valencia community. Due to widespread of salt lakes, this area is considered as one of the healthiest regions in Europe. Microclimate created by the salt lakes helps with all sorts of health problems such as achy joints, backpain, skin diseases and upper respiratory sicknesses (asthma).

Costa Blanca beaches are one of the best in Spain and a lot of them have gained the status of “Blue flag” You can find different range of beaches from beaches with white sand and palm trees to isolated rockier beaches with crystal clear deep blue water and colorful fishes. The beaches are well-kept and easily accessible.

In the area you can also find a lot of outdoor markets. Every small town has their own traditional market day, where one could find fresh seafood, fruits, vegetables, local crafts, clothes etc.

Costa Blanca is not huge, but its landscape is very varied – north of costa Blanca is mountainous and green, south of CB is a bit warmer, drier and flatter.

The climate is generally stable all year around. Winters are a bit chillier, but even winter days are comparable to weather in North of Europe during summer.


Dénia and Javea

Dénia is a small town in the northern part of Costa Blanca. In addition to great beaches, Dénia also offers historical and cultural value. Dénia has a mixture of Iberian, Roman, Islamic and Christian culture, all of it has left a mark on this city. Dénia is built around the mountain castle in the city center from where you can see marvelous views of the city, port, sea and Montgó mountain. The castle is built on the 11th century and hosts the local city museum.

Dénia's beach line is 15 kilometers long including sandy beaches and shadier rocky beaches for rock diving. Water loves will find lots of opportunities for entertainment- diving, snorkeling, boat hire, catamaran rides, dolphin trips etc. Being the closest peninsulan city to the balearics, Dénia has a good boat connection with the islands. Why not take a day and spend it discovering Ibiza?

When arriving to Dénia one cannot definitely miss 753 meters high Montgó mountain that separates Dénia from Javea. Montgó national park is the home for a lot of special and unique plants and birds. The mountain is easily accessible and attracts hikers and cyclists all over Europe.

Javea is located on the southern side of Montgó. It is a small, picturesque city founded already 30 000 years ago. Javea has a historical city center, small beaches with clear light blue water and loads of festivals in different times of the year.




Calpe is known for its massive 332 meters high rock boulder that stretches out to the sea. You can even see the rock from a highway far away and it is so easily recognizable for its shape. The rock is surrounded by Penyal d’lfac natural park, where one can find rare plant and bird species. There is a lot more to see and enjoy in Calpe, such “Los Baños de la Reina” meaning the queen’s baths, salt flats and of course spectacular old town and a promenade.