Costa Blanca is Spain’s largest resort. From a distance, its high-rise skyline shimmers like a mirage, announcing an oasis where everything is geared to entertainment. With more restaurants, clubs, shops, pubs and bars than you could fit in a lifetime the facts are plain to see; Benidorm really does offer something for everyone.
Of course, this thriving resort would never have developed the way it did if it weren’t for its beautiful setting with two wonderful sandy bays separated by a rocky promontory that offers great views in each direction to Poniente and Levante beaches.
There is a superb amount of attractions in Benidorm, of course there are nightclubs, bars and restaurants galore but Benidorm also a number of unique attractions not found elsewhere namely the theme parks, Terra Mitica, Aqualandia and Mundomar.
Amongst many interesting places, Calpe and its neighboring town of Teulada, invites every visitor to enjoy the fishing harbor and the yacht harbor, famous for their steady wind conditions. Calpe weather is one of the mildest around the Costa Blanca due to the close mountains which protect the village from the sometimes stronger north winds.
The little resort of Albir in the area of Alfaz del Pí is wedged between Benidorm and Altea. It is ideally suited for those who’d like an alternative to the busy beaches of Benidorm, but still like to enjoy ‘sol y playa’ and all the other amenities of a good beach resort.
In the quiet and calm atmosphere of Albir, you will still find plenty of occasions to excite your senses. Because the service providers of Albir are geared towards catering to the northern European public, you won’t find much to be desired for.
Torrevieja, on the sunny Costa Blanca, is a popular place for English-speaking people to take a holiday, but a typical Spanish town which not only has some good beaches, it also has an excellent street market every Friday morning and some brilliant shops, bars and restaurants.
The area surrounding Guardamar del Segura has been popular throughout the ages. Through the course of its history Guardamar has been able to take advantage of the natural adversities that have befallen it. Sited at the mouth of the Segura River, it has always held a key position as a guardian of the river.