Popular Destinations on the Costa Blanca
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Luxury villas in Costa Blanca
Ideal for large groupsIdeal accommodation for larger travel groups
With several luxury villas available for big groups, Spain-Holiday provides high-end options to suit your travel needs. Celebrate milestone birthdays with soirées next to the pool. Toast to the sunset with sundowners on the patio. Enjoy morning sea views from your balcony before your day's exploration begins. Each luxury villa features incredible architecture reflecting Costa Blanca's signature building styles.
Travellers and activitiesCosta Blanca for adventure seekers
Terra Mítica will give a perfect adrenaline rush with every visit! This theme park in Benidorm brings together history with outdoor activities. Families can enjoy the roller coasters, big wheels and shows during their visit. Are you ready to learn more about ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt while having fun all the way?Costa Blanca for chocolate lovers
Want to find out more about how your favourite indulgence is made? The Valor Chocolate Museum in Villajoyosa is a must on your bucket list! Learn more about the journey of cocoa from beans to mouth-watering chocolate delight. And, of course, get a taste of delicious chocolate too!
Top 7 travel tips in Costa Blanca1. Get up close with local wildlife
Terra Natura Benidorm is an animal park with a difference. Unlike traditional zoos, this park allows you to experience "zooimmersion". Get to know the beautiful animals in the park within the safety of barriers that will allow you to get up close, without any danger. There are shows and feedings offered as well, so make sure you do not miss a moment of immersing yourself in this incredible experience! Are you ready to learn more about animals from Pangea, America, Asia and Europe?2. Slide into a water adventure
Experience water slide fun at Aqualandia! This big, popular water park has been lauded as one of the best in Europe. Attractions to look forward to here include fun wave pools as well as play areas for kids. If you are brave enough, Europe's highest waterslide is waiting - will you give it a try?3. Take things easy in Altea
Keen to explore your surroundings at a leisurely pace? Get ready to stroll through Altea's beautiful cobbled streets! Explore historical sites such as the Navarro Roman Museum. Enjoy local cuisine at the restaurants in the area. And make sure you shop for special mementoes at the gift shops!4. Visit the Alicante Castle
Step back in time at Santa Barbara Castle in Alicante! Get incredible views of Costa Blanca from this hillside fortress that was built in the 9th century. Entry is free (unless you use the elevator!), which means you can explore the area at your leisure. Are you ready to take amazing pictures at this historic venue?5. Go to the City of Palms
Elche, also called the City of Palms, is situated in one of Europe's biggest palm forests. Enjoy the lush greenery on your visit. The World Heritage site Elche Palm Grove features about 200 palm trees - a lot of eye-catching local flora to view! And if you love shoes, remember to check out local shops, as Elche is a big shoe producer!6. Enjoy water adventures in Santa Pola
Beachside water activities abound in Santa Pola! Go windsurfing when weather allows. Go fishing with friends and see who gets the biggest catch. For a bigger adrenaline rush, you can consider jet skiing as well. Which activity will be on your list?7. Go hiking in Calpe
This one is for experienced hikers! Start your hike at the Calpe Visitor's Centre. Then, head to El Peñón de Ifach. Enjoy the plant and bird life as well as the spectacular views from the peak. Remember to wear comfortable shoes and carry enough water for the journey!