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Costa Blanca
Costa Cálida
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The Costa Blanca begins in the north at Denia and runs south to Pilar de la Horadada close to Mar Menor.

Has a coastline of approximately 160 kilometres where the sea and the countryside can be enjoyed in many ways.

There are long stretches of sandy beaches for sun lovers and rocky beaches where you can snorkel and dive to your heart’s content.

As well as its wonderful coastline, the Costa Blanca also has beautiful inland landscapes. These are closely linked to a lifestyle rooted in country life, industrial development and traditional festivals.

The most important towns on the Costa Blanca are:
Denia, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm, La Vila Joiosa, Alicante, Guardamar, Torrevieja.

To the north the Costa Blanca borders the Costa Valencia and to the south the Costa Cálida.
Stretches for about 250 kilometres, from El Mojón (near the border with Alicante). This coastal strip, part of the province of Murcia, has full sun for 320 days per year and lies on two seas.

Firstly there is one of the largest natural salt lagoons in the world, the Mar Menor (Little Sea). Then there is the Mediterranean with its long sandy beaches and large variety of coastal landscapes.

In this area you can do just about anything. You can learn to sail or dive and look for sunken shipwrecks in one of the most beautiful diving areas of Spain. You can walk through beautiful nature reserves, find relaxation and healing in mud baths or seek out the intimacy of small rocky bays where you can swim in solitude.

However, the Costa Cálida offers much more than just sun and beaches: wonderful archaeological treasures, modern architecture and interesting museums. The many fiestas and folk festivals play an important part in characterizing this coast.

Finally there is the exquisite Mediterranean kitchen based on a perfect combination of fish and shellfish together with produce from the vegetable garden and, not to be forgotten, the friendly and hospitable people quickly making a guest feel at home.

Important towns on the Costa Cálida are: Murcia, Cartagena, Mazarrón, Lorca, Águilas.
Costa Cálida borders on the Costa Blanca in the north and the Costa Almeria in the south.
Begins in the north at Garucha and runs south to Roquetas de mar. This is not a long Costa.

The Costa de Almeria gives the traveller a true voyage of discovery with surprising contrasts and very different landscapes.

As a result of 3000 hours of sun per year and an average annual temperature of 20°C the coast of Almeria has beautiful natural areas, charming rocky beaches and wide golden sandy beaches.

Important towns on the Costa de Almeria are: Garucha, Mojacar, Almeria, Roquetas de Mar.

To the north Costa de Almeria borders on the Costa Cálida and to the south it borders the Costa Tropical or coast of Granada.
It covers the entire coast around Malaga, Marbella, and the Mediterranean coast to Cadiz province. Because of its beautiful countryside and many facilities, the Costa del Sol is one of the most attractive destinations in the world...

Thanks to the 320 days of sun a year and an average seawater temperature of 18°C visitors can enjoy sun and beach tourism the whole year through.

From the busy tourist centres to small rocky beaches, you will find crystal clear water and beautiful beaches that have been awarded the blue flag of the European Union, modern facilities and services, interesting cultural events and excellent nightlife facilities.

High-quality, varied and in all price classes.
The mountains range, Sierra Bermeja, Serrania de Ronda, Sierra de las Nieves, Sierra Blanca, Sierra de Alpujarra, Sierra de Mijas, Montes de Malaga, Sierra de Tejeda and Sierra de Almijara form a protective wall around this coastal strip.

Rural tourism with its countryside routes like La Axarquia, the White Villages, the Route of the Raisins, the Route of the Sun and Wine...
The major towns on the Costa del Sol are: Malaga, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Marbella, Estepona.
To the east the Costa del Sol borders the Costa Tropical or coast of Granada and to the west the Costa de la Luz to Cádiz, where the Mediterranean becomes the Atlantic Ocean.

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