Costa Blanca Villas

The famous White Coast of Spain is one of the country’s most popular holiday destinations thanks to its alluring sandy beaches, top golf courses and famous tourist attractions.  Lively seafront resorts that offer an excellent nightlife contrast against medieval Old Towns, as the lush mountainous interior of the region clashes against the dramatic coastline.  A Costa Blanca villa holiday gives you the option of exploring the many different towns and cities of the region or to simply relax in privacy.  Whether you want to enjoy a sightseeing break in a historical town or enjoy a family break with plenty of activities for children available, there is a property in the region for you.

Costa Blanca starts from the idyllic city of Denia in the north of Spain, which boasts 20km of fantastic soft sand and shingle beaches as well as picturesque coves.  The atmosphere of the city is much quieter than the more well-known resorts in the Costa Blanca and villas are popular with people seeking the chance to learn of Spain’s history and culture, whilst enjoying some sunshine.  The architecture that adorns the streets of Denia is a mixture of Carthaginian, Roman, Iberian and Arab influences, with the gem of the city being the 11th century castle.  People staying in a Costa Blanca villa near the city can also take a ferry from its port to visit the Balearics during their holiday.

The region then reaches as far south as the popular tourist destination of Torrevieja, which is one of the biggest tourist resorts in the region, along with Benidorm.  Many people choose to rent villas in the Costa Blanca town of Benidorm because of the wealth of entertainment available as well as its soft golden beaches, many of which have been awarded Blue Flag Status. 

Benidorm is visited by many people staying in villas in Costa Blanca towns and cities nearby because it is home to Europe’s largest theme park, the Terra Mitica amusement park.  Another highlight of Benidorm is its characteristic Old Town which is home to the Neo-Classical Iglesia de San Jaime church.

For a unique city break in the capital of the region, Alicante is perfect.  During a Costa Blanca villa holiday here you can enjoy the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the city whilst also having the option of relaxing on the pristine San Juan Beach. 

People who love shopping should explore the boutiques that lead off the city’s palm tree-lined boulevard, where you will find a variety of designer, high street and local shops.  There are also plenty of sights in the city, including the imposing Castle of Santa Barbara, an ancient fortress in the heart of Alicante, which is well worth visiting if you stay in a nearby villa in the Costa Blanca.

Due to the popularity of the region and its diverse landscape a wide range of activities can be enjoyed by people who rent a villa in the Cost Blanca, Spain.  These include water sports such as cable skiing and surfing in coastal areas whilst further inland there is plenty of walking, hiking and cycling routes.  One of the most popular sports in the area however is golf and there are over 15 courses for enthusiasts staying in the Costa Blanca to choose from.  The courses vary in difficulty levels and terrain, one of the most popular courses is the El Saler Golf Club in Valencia. 

Browse a wide range of advertised Costa Blanca villas on this website to find out more about staying in the region on a Spanish self-catering break.