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Pack your sunscreen and get ready to relish in the glistening blue seas and gleaming white beaches of Spain’s Costa Blanca. While there’s no need to leave the beach if you don’t want to, if you do venture further afield, you’ll discover an area peppered with history and Islamic influences, having been controlled by the Moors for 400 years. Stretching over 300 kilometers, this gorgeous ribbon of coastline covers vibrant and varied destinations like Alicante, Benidorm, Torrevieja, and Xàbia, and can cater for any vacation – whether you’re looking for ocean peace, or nights of wild excess.

Things to see

Postiguet Beach is typical of the Costa Blanca – and the perfect spot to unwind while flicking through the pages of a paperback to the sound of gently lapping sea waves. Afterwards, drift between friendly tapas bars, where you can taste succulent salmon and fried calamari with a hint of lemon, before sipping fruity sangrias. While the Costa Blanca has plenty of its own lively party spots – with Benidorm being particularly well known for its extravagant nightlife – catching a ferry out to the reveler’s mecca of Ibiza is simple if you want to experience the ultimate clash of cocktails, clubs, and chaos. Soaked up too much sun? Leave the beaches behind and head to Guadalest Valley where sheer, vertical cliffs - scattered with the ruins of ancient castles - surround immense turquoise lakes. Explore the valley by horseback to discover seashell coated buildings in hidden villages, behind which waterfalls and streams pulse amongst the trees. .

Hotels in Costa Blanca

Top up your tan without denting your bank balance by staying at a cheap Costa Blanca hotel, or indulge in all the finer points at one of the elegant luxury options available. Beachside hotels offer glorious ocean views from opulent balconies, where it would be rude not to share a bottle of bubbly in the warm evening air. Four-poster beds, wide enough to sleep horizontally in, are complemented by large TVs, fully stocked minibars and super speedy WiFi. The Costa Blanca’s cheaper options are great value, providing instant beach access, and glittering outdoor pools surrounded by reclining sunbeds.

Where to stay

Red mullet, smothered in freshly pressed olive oil, and thin strips of smoky serrano ham on soft bread, await at the tapas bars of Alicante, and the city is home to some of the area’s best accommodation. A wander along the wavy, paved boulevard of Explanada de España, which is framed by neat rows of tall green palm trees, is a beautiful introduction to the city. Benidorm is another popular destination for overseas visitors, and is home to buzzing bars, clubs, and white sand beaches. The city’s skyscraper hotels offer rooms to suit any budget and, with entertainment ranging from wild waterparks to risqué burlesque shows, the city has something for everyone - from families to young revelers.

How to get to Costa Blanca

Alicante is the main gateway to the Costa Blanca, and its large airport welcomes most of the region’s visitors. Bus services run from the airport to many of the resorts along the coast, and it’s even easy to tie in a visit to Barcelona - if you want to experience the Catalonian Capital during your stay in Spain - trains connect the 2 in 4 hours 40 minutes. Coaches also run to most major destinations across Spain from Alicante and Benidorm’s large bus stations.

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