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San Juan Beach: living by the sea

San Juan Beach: living by the sea

We’re bringing good news today: the Mediterranean continues where we left off. And it's waiting for us to enjoy it again! We can't think of a better way to do it than living by the sea side, breathing the sea breeze and getting vitamins from the sun. Does living in...

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Best beaches in Torrevieja

Best beaches in Torrevieja

Welcome to the best beaches in Torrevieja: where vacation postcards become a reality. Paradise beaches that bring together, within a few meters, everything you need; beaches isolated from the world; perfect beaches to spend the day surfing... This is just one example...

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What to do in Altea at night?

What to do in Altea at night?

Surely you know some of those 'vampire people', who become active at night as if the sun had just risen. Or maybe you're one of them. If that's the case, this post will interest you. In any case, dare to discover the charms of the nightlife! Because the good life...

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What to do in Denia in winter

What to do in Denia in winter

Nothing but an average temperature of 18º C awaits you in Denia in winter. In addition, tourism is less intense in the winter season, so it is the perfect occasion to enjoy it calmly. Whether it be diving, kayaking, hiking or simply trying the amazing Mediterranean...

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What to do in Alicante with kids?

What to do in Alicante with kids?

The home of theme parks, leading center of toy production nationwide, jewel of the Costa Blanca ... we could continue with the list of reasons why it is worth spending a few days with family in Alicante. Do you want to know what to see in Alicante with children? Today...

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Spanish towns. Betting on white.

Spanish towns. Betting on white.

White towns of Alicante and Malaga are a hallmark of rural Spain. How about a weekend getaway? Narrow streets, wooden windows, flower pots on each balcony, nature, sun and lots, lots of white. White is present in many Spanish towns in the south and southeast of the...

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Islands of the Costa Blanca

The Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza may be the largest and most famous of Spain’s Mediterranean islands, but they aren’t the only ones. Indeed, the Costa Blanca is host to three beautiful island treasures of its own that are well worth a visit. Here is...

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Fishing on the Costa Blanca

Fishing on the Costa Blanca

Fishing is a popular pastime, both in the sea off the Costa Blanca and in the rivers and lakes of its inland regions. Fishing expeditions are organised from numerous ports along the Costa Blanca’s 220 km coastline, with some of the best excursions leaving from the...

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Exploring the Cova Tallada caves

Exploring the Cova Tallada caves

On the Costa Blanca Coastline, between Denia and Javea is the mythical Cova Tallada. A huge cave dug out of Cape San Antonio that for hundreds of years served as a quarry for the stone used to construct historic buildings such as Denia Castle. Nowadays it forms part...

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Gastronomy of the Costa Blanca

Gastronomy of the Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is home to a rich variety of culinary dishes. Being a coastal region seafood naturally predominates, with the catch of the day including anything from tuna, sardines, hake, red mullet, sole, monkfish, octopus, cuttlefish, mackerel, ray and sea bream,...

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Wines of the Costa Blanca

Wines of the Costa Blanca

When it comes to Spanish wines, the Costa Blanca is somewhat overshadowed by the more famous Rioja and Ribero del Duero regions. This just makes it all the more exciting to discover that the Costa Blanca, Alicante specifically, has a long and distinguished oenological...

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Costa Blanca beaches

Costa Blanca beaches

The Costa Blanca is located in the province of Alicante south of Valencia on the Mediterranean coast. With an average temperature of 20°C and 300 days of sunshine a year, the Costa Blanca is one of the most visited seaside destinations in Spain and also attracts many...

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What is a “Cala”?

What is a “Cala”?

Among the most picturesque features to be found on the Costa Blanca coastline are calas, or coves, in English. Formed by a process of erosion whereby softer rocks are worn away faster than the harder rocks surrounding them, the result is shell-shaped, pocket-sized...

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5 Traditional festivals not to be missed on Costa Blanca

Bonfires of Saint John

As every year, Alicante celebrates the coming of the summer with the Bonfires of Saint John, Hogueras de San Juan. This festival lasts for 5 days, from 20th to 24th June. It brings hundreds of people into the street willing to enjoy music, food, firecrackers and the...

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