Costa Blanca Spain is still one of the most popular holiday destinations for British people and still remains a popular area for affordable property buyers wishing to own a property in a sunnier climate. Your typical British summers are ever more unpredictable making Spain a perfect location to enjoy the warm climate with over 3000 hours of sunshine, low humidity, low rainfall and with an average temperature of around 18 degree’s Celsius, our mild winters are just fantastic meaning you can live and outdoor lifestyle virtually all year round.
According to WHO (The World Health Organisation) the area around Denia, Javea and Moraira is one of the most environmentally perfect climates in the world.”
With British summers as unpredictable as ever, Spain’s attractions remain constant: the Costa Blanca has an exceptional climate with 3000 hours of sunshine a year, low rainfall, low humidity and an average temperature of around 18 degrees Celsius. The mild winters mean you can live an outdoor lifestyle all year round.
The White Coast or La Coast Blanca, Stretches along Spain’s east coast for 170 miles – it stretches for Grandia in the north of Spain to Murcia in the south of Spain with Alicante being roughly in the middle.
This area of Spain has more Blue Flag beaches than any other Spanish Costa; this guarantees clean unpolluted beaches perfect for the whole family.
The Costa Blanca corresponds to the coastline of the Province of Alicante, which itself is part of the region of the Community of Valencia (one of 17 such regions in Spain).
With its ragged mountainous interior and miles of glorious sandy beaches and subtropical vegetation this is one of the most attractive and popular regions of Spain for visitors.
The city of Alicante is a great starting point from which to explore the many highlights, which the Costa Blanca has to offer. There are theme parks, safari parks, nature reserves, enchanting villages, caves, waterfalls, lively markets and many exciting fiestas with fireworks and fancy dress; the golf courses are internationally-renowned and there's water sports galore... so get out-and-about around the Costa Blanca and be guaranteed a fabulous time!
With flight times around 2 hours both to and from the UK to Alicante Airport, it makes it conveniently located for easy access to the North and South of the Costa Blanca.
There are many airlines with operating services to Alicante –this includes: Iberia, Easy Jet, Ryanair, bmi and bmibaby, Monarch, FlyBe, Air Europa, Jet2, Air Berlin – plus all the usual charter airlines – Our advice would be to shop around and get a good deal on flights. The Murcia San Javier Airport is handy for Costa Blanca South, and Valencia Airport is a possible alternative to Alicante if you are travelling to Costa Blanca North.
For more detailed information about the Costa Blanca check out the Official Costa Blanca Tourist website.
Owning a property on the Costa Blanca seems to be a dream for many people that have visited the area, you can understand why what with the fantastic climate and lots of blue flag beaches.
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.
There is a large expat population in the South – particularly around places like Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca and Villamartin. Golfers are spoilt for choice here – with numerous top class championship golf courses to choose from.
Costa Blanca has many varied types of properties for sale and something suitable for all budgets and requirements, there are many choices now available if you are seeking a new build development on a gated community. The resale sector is where you will find a huge variety of properties to select from, whether it is a country finca, modern townhouse or perhaps a spacious villa.
Investment potential on the Costa Blanca is hard to beat, Perhaps you are considering buy to let. With 12 months of sunshine and the family appeal to the region this will make year-round rental a real possibility. In today’s market there are genuine bargains to be found on the Costa Blanca – as well as the luxury villas and apartments at the top end of the property market.
The Costa Blanca has been a desired choice with those wishing to purchase a property in Spain for a very long; this is due to the near perfect climate being one of the best places in the world according to (WHO) World Health Organisation.
The Costa Blanca benefits from approximately 320 days of pure sunshine a year, with whatever you most enjoy doing whilst you’re enjoying the sun – leisurely round of golf, relaxing on the beach or in the sea, enjoying the most incredible views up on the mountains and watching the world go by, or perhaps something a little more active; it really is possible to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle here.
The coastline of the Costa Blanca benefits from the access to transport networks, offering train services bus routes between larger cities. Transport does unfortunately become less frequent the further you venture from the cities.
However this in other cases will allow plenty of other opportunity – for personal transportation and cycling; with these activities being the most popular amongst those who live in much more remote locations along the Costa Blanca. There are a number of great and almost endless opportunities along the Costa Blanca.
Running down from Gandia, with Alicante generally recognised as the dividing line between Costa Blanca North and South, the northern end of the Costa Blanca has been less affected by large-scale tourism than the South. Moraira, Denia and Javea are in a conservation zone, where building heights and density are strictly controlled.