The Costa Calida and the Costa Blanca are situated in the southeast of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. The many sandy beaches make these coastal areas into prevalent holiday destinations.
The coastal regions offer many things to do; sailing, scuba diving, or relaxing in the healing mud baths. There are also many different golf courses to be found in the area.
Are you looking for something more lively? Why not visit one of the 3000 fiestas that Spain is famous for or enjoy yourself in one of the many theme parks.
Granada is a 2 hours’ drive away. You will discover that one day is not enough to visit the world-famous Alhambra. From Granada, it’s only a half-hour to the summer ski resort of the Sierra Nevada. Here you can ski till late in the spring and sometimes even into the summer
The rich history of Spain is also fascinating. The city of Cartagena has a wealth of archaeological treasures, such as the Roman theatre and many fascinating museums.
Even closer lies the county capital Murcia. Murcia is a wonderful cultural city, which just like Cartagena, (the oldest harbour town in Europa) is easily reached within 45 minutes.
Visit Guadalest, a typical Spanish village up in the mountains with a medieval atmosphere.
Besides, countless bars and discos are there to be discovered on the coast. These are open from the beginning of June to the beginning of September. The typical Spanish tapas bars are, of course, available throughout the whole year.