Costa Blanca Tourist

Handy Costa Blanca tourist information, outlining some of it's major attractions.

Costa Blanca Tourist Information

Costa Blanca Tourist - Must Visit Places

Caves of Canelobre (Cuevas del Canelobre) - Tucked away on the northern side of Cabeçó d’Or just ten minutes from the sleepy Spanish village of Busot is one of the Costa Blanca’s little known treasures. The Caves of Canelobre are a hidden delight that boast being the largest and deepest open to visitors in Spain. For full article click here:- Caves of Canelobre

Gallinera Valley (Val de Gallinera) - The beautiful Gallinera Valley (Val de Gallinera) is located in the Marina Alta region of the northern Costa Blanca, Spain, about 50 kilometres north of Benidorm just inland from Gandia, Oliva and Denia. To read full article click here:- Gallinera Valley

Algar Waterfalls (Fuentes de Algar) - Although there are lots of interesting places to visit along the Costa Blanca, the ‘Fuentes de Algar’ (el Algar waterfalls) natural park is perhaps one of the most picturesque. It is a natural beauty spot high up in the mountains behind Altea, which is incredibly green and rich in crystal clear water. For full article follow this link:- Fuentes de Algar

Lo Pagan - Lo Pagan on the Mar Menor (lesser sea) is best known for its therapeutic mud baths, the mud has been renowned from early times for its healing powers. To read the rest of this article click here:- Lo Pagan

El Rodeo Caves (Cuevas del Rodeo) - If you are visiting the Costa Blanca and you are in the region of Rojales, Guardamar del Segura or Ciudad Quesada a place you must visit is the area of the cave houses known as Cuevas del Rodeo (Rodeo Caves). Carved by hand, deep into solid rock, the cave dwellings look down on Rojales from the surrounding hillside. Built between the 18th and 20th Centuries, the cave houses are now used by artists and craftsmen to display and sell their wares to tourists and townspeople. To read the full article click here:- Cuevas Del Rodeo

Palau Ducal Gandia - In the northern Costa Blanca town of Gandia there is a grandiose Gothic palace that is well worth a visit if you are in the area. Located in Calle Duc Alfons el Vell the Palau Ducal (Duke’s Palace) dates from the 14th Century (though much extended and renovated over 7 centuries) and was once owned by the Dukes of Borja (better known as Borgia). The palace boasts a variety of architectural styles and has a glorious history. For the rest of this article click here:- Palau Ducal Gandia

Penon de Ifach - Rising from the sparkling blue Mediterranean sea, the precipitous rock formation called Penon De Ifach watches over the bay of Calpe. One of the most famous sights along the Costa Blanca coastline, Spain, Penon De Ifach is now a protected Natural Park. To see the full article click here:- Penon de Ifach

Parque Natural de La Mata y Torrevieja (Natural Park of the Lagoons) - Situated in the Vega Baja region of the southern Costa Blanca, Spain, the salt flats of La Mata and Torrevieja occupy parts of the municipal districts of Guardamar del Segura, Montesinos, Rojales and Torrevieja. The two salt lakes of Torrevieja and La Mata and the surrounding areas are now a protected Natural Park. To read the full article click here:- Parque Natural de La Mata y Torrevieja

Saint Mary's Basilica Elche - The King of Spain, Amadeus I, visited St. Mary’s Basilica in Elche in 1871. He was greeted by hundreds of students waving white palms in the Main Square, today known as Plaza de Baix Square. After admiring the views he declared that 'the town of Elche in the province of Alicante shall bear the title of City of Elche'. For the full article click here:- Saint Mary's Basilica Elche

Santa Barbara Castle Alicante - In terms of sheer size - both surface area and buildings - the Santa Barbara Castle is one of the largest in the Mediterranean region. It dominates the summit of Mount Benacantil, a rocky mass soaring out of the sea to a height of 166m. Its privileged location has been an encouragement to human settlement from distant times, and vestiges of the Bronze, Iberian and Roman ages have all been found there. For the full article click here:- Santa Barbara Castle Alicante

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