244 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline with fantastic beaches, tiny coves and spectacular cliffs. But this is not just a sun and beach destination. Come and visit its natural parks.
The skyscrapers of Benidorm contrast with small Mediterranean towns where time stands still, such as Altea. If you’re going to visit the Spanish Costa Blanca, you should know that it is home to numerous historical and natural treasures. No could be surprised that many people consider it the pearl of the Mediterranean. It is home to a rich historical heritage with archaeological remains from the Roman, Greek and Phoenician periods. The Vilajoyosa seafront promenade and the iconic coloured houses alongside the sea create a picture-postcard image that you really must see. Just like the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe. The stunning scenery of Sierra Helada and Sierra Bernia or Mongó National Park are also worth a visit.