Enjoying the sun, the sea, the beach and the Mediterranean climate? This can be done from a holiday home on the Costa Blanca! The Costa Blanca owes its name to the white sandy beaches that this region has in abundance, and it is located on the Spanish coast. The pleasant climate makes this coast a very popular holiday destination in both summer and winter. Hibernating on the Costa Blanca is therefore certainly one of the options. In summer, you can enjoy the Costa Blanca to the fullest. Extensive sandy beaches are interspersed with rocky outcrops and steep coastlines. From our holiday homes on the Costa Blanca, you can spend the evening in one of the lively seaside resorts, or relax in the backyard of your holiday home.
Enjoy a relaxing holiday on the Costa Blanca with a holiday home in the Spanish hinterland. Do you want to enjoy all the possibilities of a beach holiday, yet stay in a natural environment? Then choose a holiday home in the hinterland, and enjoy beautiful landscapes and authentic villages. Drive along hills with olive and almond trees, orange and lemon groves and small villages. Visit the village of Busot where the caves of Canelobre can be found. A guide will lead you through the highest caves in Spain. Or take a walk through the Penyal d'Ifac Natural Park, and discover the typical flowers, plants and animals that have come to live in this area.Experience authentic Spain in Teulada, an old city that has not been discovered by many tourists yet. If you are looking for typical Spanish souvenirs and clothing, you can visit the village of Xaló. A weekly flea market takes place here every Saturday morning. Discover the other side of Spain from your holiday home on the Costa Blanca, and get to know the Spanish culture.
During a holiday on the Costa Blanca, you don't have to be bored for a moment. For both children and adults, there is plenty to do here all year round. Sporty holidaymakers can choose from a wide range of water sports options: windsurfing, water skiing, sailing or diving. Hiking enthusiasts can go on one of the numerous hiking trails. For example in Alicante, where there are 6 nature parks to visit. Culture lovers can visit Valencia, one of the largest cities in Spain. Valencia is an ideal destination for an impressive city break. In this city, you will find a large number of attractions, including La Lonja de la Seda, Plaza de la Vírgen, Cuitat de les Arts i Cìences and Museu de les Cìences Prìnce Felipe. Don't forget to taste the Spanish cuisine during your visit to Valencia. Valencia is after all the place where the typical Spanish delicacy Paella originally comes from. Be surprised by the many possibilities of a holiday on the Costa Blanca!
Holiday homes on the Costa Blanca are perfectly located for different activities. Golf lovers can play golf all year round at one of the characteristic, easily accessible golf resorts that the Costa Blanca offers. Bonalda Golf resort, Real club de Golf Amor and Los Ramblas are some names where Belvilla offers holiday homes. Experience the unique view of the Mediterranean Sea while playing golf. Enjoy the many facilities that the resorts offer, and experience a wonderful holiday in a holiday home on the Costa Blanca.
There are 200+ Belvilla houses in the Costa Blanca area.
Travellers from the UK can reach Alicante by air, rail or road. From there, Costa Blanca is a train or bus ride away.
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Alicante, Altea Old Town, Museo Arqueológico de Alicante and Castillo de Dénia are some places to visit in the Costa Blanca area.
Some of the must-try activities in the Costa Blanca area are:
Some of the recommended dishes in the Costa Blanca area are Suquet de peix (a fish stew variation), Espencat (grilled vegetables), Pincho de Tortilla (tapa), Spanish omelette, and Grilled fish.