• Alicante: Costa Blanca
  • Murcia: Costa Cálida-Mar Menor
  • Almeria: Coast of Almeria
  • Málaga: Costa del Sol
  • Mallorca

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The province of Alicante is located on the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula and is the southernmost province of the Valencian Community. The Costa Blanca stretches along the Alicante province from Denia in the north to Pilar de La Horadada in the south. The international airport of the region is Altet with direct destinations within Europe and to other capitals outside Europe.

Alicante, together with Elche and four other municipalities, forms a metropolitan area. Vibrant cities and modern tourist facilities, typical Mediterranean villages where time seems to have stopped, endless golden beaches and crystal clear waters, a lush coastline that offers impressive cliffs and coves. The area is also wide in vegetables and gardens, among other things due to the geographical location and the favorable climate.

Not far from the coast are the natural salt flats and the salt lake that consists of a unique nature, as well as mountain ranges and forests of enormous beauty. The province has more than 320 days of sunshine, with an average temperature of 20 degrees throughout the year. Alicante is the fourth most populated province with about 2 million inhabitants. The province receives more than 5 million tourists a year.

The provincial capital, Alicante, is ideally located between the picturesque mountains and the Mediterranean. Rich history, many monuments, museums, Catholic cathedrals with beautiful Baroque architecture, restaurants, large shopping centers such as Corte Inglés, marinas and more, elegant beach walks that invite you to discover the charm of the hidden treasures of the province.

 Strolling through the old town of the capital, being seduced by the cozy ports or admiring the varied landscape are some of the things that the province of Alicante can offer you. Alicante is located on the Costa Blanca and is known for its long and wide white beaches often covered in sand dunes.

Excellent communications and connections with fast trains about 3.5 hours from Madrid.


The coastal area of ​​the Mar Menor has a different character. The sea is calmer and warmer throughout the year. These areas include attractive tourist complexes such as Los Alcazares and La Manga del Mar Menor.

Los Alcazares is a popular area. Costa Cálida means the hot climate coast. More than 3,000 hours of sunshine and a microclimate attract tourists here throughout the year. The Mar Menor has a coastline of just over 70 kilometers and warmer waters than other beaches on the southern coast of Spain. The area invites to swimming and water activities. Many people come here for the mineral-rich, healing water with a pleasant bath temperature and an average air temperature of 22 degrees. Nearby is San Pedro del Pinatar with its salty lakes with healthy swimming for those with osteoarthritis or rheumatism. The Mar Menor also offers a wide range of leisure activities and every imaginable service along the promenade with outdoor cafes, restaurants, bars, music, dance, markets and shops.

La Manga del Mar Menor is a peninsula of a few kilometers that extends over the sea, covering on one part the coast of the Mar Menor, with beautiful shallow beaches, attractive for families with infants. A landscape that is very attractive when you have the sea on both sides of the city and with a wide range of gastronomic services.


The Costa del Sol is an area known worldwide for its golf courses, 33 golf courses in operation. The area has a well-established infrastructure, with a large road network, train connections and the recently expanded Malaga airport. It also has a fast connection between Malaga and Madrid by fast train in about 3 hours of travel.

The Costa del Sol stretches along the coast of the province of Malaga, one of the eight provinces of Andalusia, from the cities of Nerja in the east, to Estepona in the west, which is among the lesser known Costa Tropical and Costa de la. Light. This area was once made up of only traditional whitewashed Andalusian villages, located along the coast and inland, against the backdrop of the Sierra Blanca mountains. The city of Malaga and the cities of Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Mijas, San Pedro de Alcántara, Estepona and Marbella are all on this coast.

The area was first discovered in the 1970s and has since become a major international tourist destination, not only for its beautiful beaches and countless golf courses, but also for its heritage and infrastructure. The area now includes a number of resorts and delights that form a band along the coast, consisting of low-rise whitewashed villas and residential areas of apartment buildings designed in the loca Andalusian style.