Costa Blanca Property
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Before you think about buying property on the Costa Blanca you should decide which area suits you the best, but whatever your needs be it a summer apartment in busy Benidorm or a large villa in a quiet Spanish village, we have it all.
Real estate around Costa Blanca is constantly changing so there is never a right or wrong time to make your decision. In the last few years prices within the Spanish housing market erupted but there are still many cheaper properties especially just outside the main tourist towns.
The Costa Blanca, on the east coast of Spain, is one of the most beautiful regions of the entire Iberian Peninsula. It enjoys more than 315 sunshine days a year and an average temperature of 18-19C so it's easy to see why the World Health Organisation once named it as having one of the healthiest climates in the world. Thousands of foreigners have come on holiday here, fallen in love with the place and made it their permanent home.
The Costa Blanca is the coastline of the Province of Alicante, in the region of the Community of Valencia. With its mountainous interior, miles of golden sandy beaches and subtropical vegetation this is one of the most attractive and popular regions of Spain for visitors.
Benidorm was perhaps one of the first major tourist resorts to spring up during the late 1950's and 60's and has long since been a firm favourite with clients returning year after year.
Torrevieja is a relatively new in historical terms and only dates back to 1802, where there was only an old tower and a few houses in the area.
La Manga is located in an area between the Meditterrean and a large salt lagoon called Mar Menor. The area is famous for the watersports and windsurfing, and of course the world renowned golf courses and tennis clubs.
Offers a cosmopolitan city atmosphere to what was once known in medieval times as Marquesado de Denia. Located some 85 km north east of Alicante on the northern end of the Costa Blanca. You can travel via the coast road or the narrow guage railway which runs from Denia via Benidorm to Alicante.
Calpe was originally a small fortified fishing village, and you can still see remnants of early settlements today. Located approximately a hour's drive from Alicante. The Old Town is well worth a visit with small narrow streets, museums, squares and many bars and restaurants, most of them with a lively terrace, an ideal place to spend a pleasant summer evening.
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