Costa Blanca Resorts

Information on Costa Blanca resorts and attractions.

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Guide to Some Resorts of the Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca Resorts - Here are a great selection of resort summaries with links to great places to visit on the Costa Blanca. The Costa Blanca consists of some 200 km of coastline and hinterland, located along the south-eastern coastline of Spain. Millions of tourists visit the Costa Blanca each year and the region has some of the finest resorts in the whole of Spain.

Benidorm alone attracts over 4 million visitors each year and there are a great many other Costa Blanca resorts and attractions which you can visit during a trip to the region. To read information, see pictures and find maps for the resort that you would like to visit please click on the relevent name - this will take you directly to the resort page. Some of these places are just small villages but all have an interesting history and their own story to tell.

Costa Blanca Resorts - Benidorm: Originally settled by the Moors, Benidorm was just a small fishing village up until the 1950's when it became a popular tourist destination. Rapid growth during the 1960's fuelled the tourist invasion and Benidorm was quick to provide the ideal environment for the holidaymaker......more: Benidorm.

Costa Blanca Resorts - Torrevieja: Torrevieja lies around 50km south west of Alicante. The area (including La Mata) is famous for its salt lakes, and salt, along with fishing, was the major industry in the area before the arrival of tourism which has caused the town to grow hugely over the last few years. The name Torrevieja derives from the Spanish for "old tower"......more: Torrevieja.

Costa Blanca Resorts - Denia: Situated in the Northern Costa Blanca region of Spain is the popular Mediterranean town of Denia with its 20 km or so of fine sandy beaches, rocky bays and coves, it is a huge draw for holidaymakers of all nationalities......more: Denia.

Costa Blanca Resorts - Santa Pola: Once a quiet sleepy fishing village, now Santa Pola is a bustling small town with a great history. Santa Pola’s first settlers lived in the 3rd millennium BC in the Cave of Spiders of the Carabassi, on a vertical hillside overlooking a gully......more: Santa Pola.

Costa Blanca Resorts - Javea: The northern Costa Blanca town of Javea (Xabia) lies about 80 km north of Alicante between Denia and Altea. Located in the Marina Alta district, Javea is situated behind a wide bay and is sheltered by two rocky headlands. A very popular seaside town, the population of Javea swells from its usual 29,000 to over 100,000 during the busy summer months......more: Javea.

Below are links to more pages outlining other Costa Blanca resorts, most have pictures, useful maps, and the latest weather, together with histories and local information.

More Costa Blanca Resorts: Moraira - Calpe - Altea - Villajoyosa - Guardamar del Segura - Cabo Roig - Pilar de la Horadada - La Mata - La Marina - Playa Flamenca - La Zenia - El Campello - Albir - Los Arenales - Punta Prima - Ciudad Quesada - Finestrat - Tabarca Island - Gandia - Oliva - Algorfa - Rojales - Guadalest

Costa Blanca Pages: Costa Blanca Guide - Costa Blanca Map - Costa Blanca Weather - Holidays

Costa Blanca Golf Courses: Villamartin Golf - Las Ramblas Golf - Campoamor Golf - La Finca Golf - Lo Romero Golf - La Marquesa Golf - Oliva Nova Golf - Ifach Golf Club - Real Faula Golf - Spain Golf Courses

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