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CMC - Casas Mediterraneas Costa Blanca S.L.
For many years, our real estate company has been successfully selling property on the Costa Blanca.
Our main area of business is between Alicante and Valencia.

Over many years of professional activity we have won the confidence of our clients, which is so very important in the real estate business. To date we have realised a large number of real estate dreams, and through this we have built up a large established and loyal clientel.

Owing to this trust, and the reputation we have gained, we are able to offer you exclusive properties at exclusive prices that you will find nowhere else.Our reputation and contacts are our capital. Take the first step, and contact us.

We direct special attention to the towns of, Calpe, Moraira, Benissa, Teulada, Altea, Denia, Javea, Oliva as well as the inland towns like Jalon / Xalo, Orba, Alcalali, Lliber, La Nucia

We have your dream villa, whether that be with a sea view, directly on the beach, on a golf course or in the beautiful unspoilt countryside of the interior. Not only do we have exclusive villas, but can also offer an apartment or flat, penthouse, townhouse either detached or semi-detached and also a finca (farmhouse) with stables, as well as classic investment properties.

If you want to build your own property or have one designed for you then we offer a range of building plots.

Should our vast portfolio of property not suit your requirements, then with our vast knowledge and contacts within the real estate business we know that we will be able to search out your ideal property. We have close contacts with several trusted construction companies, whom are able to offer new build properties whether that is an appartment or villa.

We have helped to fulfill many peoples´ dreams here on the Costa Blanca, your trust is our business, whatever the property, large or small, we are here to help.

We look forward to the pleasure of meeting you at our office, where we will endeavour to help you in your property quest.

Your CMC team

Costa Blanca

Over 218 kilometres of coastline packed with soft sand Beach washed by calm waters, 2,800 hours of sunshine per year, a privileged climate and a warm sea have been the main attractions for our millions of visitors for decades.

Over time, the development of modern tourist infrastructure and communications routes has made it easier to reach the Costa Blanca. The landscape is not just defined by the sea, but also by the mountains that overlook it. Alicante is the second most mountainous province in Spain and it is here that we see the grandeur of the Mediterranean landscape. From valleys that are home to crops grown on terraces originally created by the Moors to a horizon packed with oaks, pines and carob trees perfumed by a wide variety of aromatic plants. Those who love mountains and hiking are sure to enjoy the well-signed paths that run through our inland districts. In the south, the mountains give way to palm groves and the smallholdings stretch as far as the eye can see.

Our region is also dotted with archaeological sites that give some idea of the rich history of an area that has been populated for thousands of years. Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and Muslims have all left their mark and the remains give us a glimpse of how they lived. Whether on the coast or inland, you’ll be able to discover our rich local dishes and the quality wines from our vineyards.

If you want, you can visit tiny villages hidden among the mountains and modern coastal towns with a lively nightlife. History and monuments mark the landscape of our inland villages and towns. Along the coast there are numerous marinas and countless facilities to allow you to enjoy the sea and water sports.

Golf lovers know that our Golf courses have facilities that are second to none.

We aim to ensure that all travellers find what they are looking for on the Costa Blanca and that’s what we strive towards each and every day. The Costa Blanca is one of the Mediterranean’s top tourist destinations. Its mild climate, with an annual average temperature of 17ºC, and the Beach and coves along its 218 kilometre coastline, over which fifty EC Blue Flags wave, are more than sufficient to attract the massive number of visitors that have spent their summers on our coasts for several decades.

The north of the province, the Marina Alta district, is cut across by mountains that reach the sea to create impressive cliffs towering over tiny, secluded coves in such places as Denia, Jávea, el Poble Nou de Benitatxell and Benissa.

The Marina Baixa district has some of the best-known fine sand Beach, such as those in Benidorm (Levante and Poniente). The landscape of the Costa Blanca is characterised by a gentle coastline overlooked by mountains that can reach 1,500 metres in height only a short way from the coast, such as Aitana and Puig Campana, making Alicante the second most mountainous province in Spain.

The province has many natural parks, including coastal mountain ranges (the Serra Gelada in Benidorm, the Peñón de Ifach in Calpe and El Montgó in Denia), inland mountain ranges (the Mariola and La Font Roja Sierras in Alcoy), as well as wetlands of exceptional ecological value (the Salinas de Santa Pola saltings, the Lagunas de Torrevieja-La Mata, the El Hondo wetlands in Elche and the Marjal marsh in Pego-Oliva).

1986 saw the creation of the Isla de Tabarca Marine Reserve. The island lies off Santa Pola and the surrounding seabed is exceptionally rich in both flora and fauna. The Cabo de San Antonio, a headland with fantastic views between Jávea and Denia, is another of the Costa Blanca’s Marine Reserves and especially recommendable for lovers of scuba diving.

Some of the most spectacular geological formations are the caves, such as Canelobre in Busot, La Cueva de las Calaveras in Benidoleig and La Cova del Rull in La Vall de Ebo. Other especially interesting natural areas include Las Fuentes del Algar, an extraordinary collection of waterfalls, springs and sources in Callosa d’En Sarrià. The sea has always played a leading role for those living on the Costa Blanca. The more than 200 kilometres of coastline are dotted with cliffs, Beach and secluded coves, while the mild climate allows water sports to be practised practically all year round and is a very important attraction for lovers of the sea.

The 20 marinas, 9,000 berths and three Marine Resorts, combined with a wide and comprehensive range of services and infrastructures, make the Costa Blanca one of the best places to go sailing. Our water sports facilities, especially sailing and scuba diving, are some of the most popular on the Mediterranean coast of Spain.

The seabed of the Costa Blanca is especially rich and beautiful: places such as L’Illa de Benidorm and the Cabo de San Antonio and Tabarca Marine Reserves are idyllic settings for scuba diving. Sailing, windsurfing, flysurf, rowing, canoeing, jetski, catamarans and cruising are just a few of the water sports options available in the province of Alicante.

The Costa Blanca is a real paradise for Golf lovers. It has become one of the leading international centres for Golf all year round, thanks to the exceptional climate with over 300 sunny days a year, and the easy access from the main tourist markets.

The courses have first-rate facilities and are generally sited on the coast close to the main tourist resorts. There are currently over 15 courses along the Costa Blanca, all located less than a 45 minutes drive along dual carriageways or motorways from El Altet airport. Some of the facilities have been designed by top golfers such as Severiano Ballesteros. Golf currently attracts over half a million visitors to our province and it’s expected to become even more popular. Golf tourists will also find a wide range of quality accommodation next to the courses, as well as complementary services that are difficult to match.

The inland areas of the Costa Blanca conceal some of the most beautiful and captivating countryside of Spain’s Mediterranean region. There is a wealth of beautiful landscape, full of contrasts between the valleys and mountain areas, the historical remains of different civilisations and culinary traditions as well as crafts and festivals that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

Inland, the province has different landscapes where you can see real Mediterranean countryside: mountains soaring to 1,500 metres, secluded valleys, ravines, caves and fertile agricultural areas devoted to vineyards and other crops, such as almonds, olives, cherries and loquats.

Archaeological sites, monuments such as castles, fortresses, churches and palaces, as well as more popular buildings such as the masías (farmhouses), riu-raus, (raisin stores), neveros (ice stores), acequias (irrigation channels), aljibes (cisterns), and lavaderos (washing places), are all part of the legacy of bygone civilisations. One of the Costa Blanca’s main attractions is its food and drink. A culture shaped by its Moorish agricultural past and by its Mediterranean character.

Rice is the star ingredient of our local dishes. As well as paella, we have rice broth dishes such as arròs amb fessols i naps, rice with beans and turnip, and sticky rice dishes, as well as arroz con costra, baked in the oven with egg and sausage. Caldero, stew, and arroz a banda, rice with a fish broth, are very simple rice dishes that reproduce the recipes of seamen sailing from the ports of Alicante and can be accompanied by aperitifs such as salted and dried tuna, with which products such as bulls and mojamas can be made.

Both our wines and spirits have their Denominación de Origen (Denominations of Origin). The muscatels and white wines of the Marina Alta and the Fondillón del Vinalopó are our best-known sweet wines. Our reds are strong and robust, with high alcohol content. As regards liqueurs, Anís Paloma, Alcoy’s Café Licor, Cantueso and Herrero, (made using aromatic herbs from the la Sierra de Mariola mountains) are strong drinks traditionally enjoyed after meals.

Our best-known desserts are the famous turrones, (nougats), and the traditionally made ice creams by the universally acclaimed craftsmen from Xixona. Our pastries are typically Arabic in both origin and taste and include “rosquillas de anís”, aniseed biscuits, or “aguardiente”, eau-de-vie biscuits, empanadillas de boniato, pumpkin pasties and the almojábena fritters.

The numerous monuments that you find everywhere in the Costa Blanca mean that it’s a good idea to plan your trip. Every coastal and inland city in the province of Alicante has a host of interesting monuments to visit.

We can trace history in the province of Alicante back to 100,000 B.C. You’ll discover numerous prehistoric sites where you can see cave paintings, such as at El Pla de Petracos in Castell de Castells and La Sarga in Alcoy.

Of the first Iberian settlers we have artefacts such as La Dama de Elche and La Dama Cabezo Lucero, as well as El Tesoro de Villena, dating back to the Bronze Age. From the Roman era we have such important sites as those of Lucentum in Alicante, La Alcudia in Elche, Portus Ilicitanus in Santa Pola and La Illeta in El Campello.

The Moors have left an especially important legacy in many historic town centres (Monforte del Cid, Bihar, etc.), as well as imposing castles such as those of Sax, Petrer, Villena, Alicante and Denia. We also have interesting examples of Gothic art, including the churches of Santiago in Orihuela and Villena, or the church of San Bartolomé in Jávea.

In the 17th and 18th centuries, the province experienced a major increase in works of art. Orihuela has a great number of examples from this period, such as the Convent of Santo Domingo and the Cathedral. The churches of Santa María and San Nicolás in Alicante and the Basilica of Santa María in Elche are also fine examples of Baroque architecture. A new cultural and artistic movement known as Modernism came into being in the late 19th century and had special importance in Novelda and Alcoy.

The MARQ Provincial Archaeological Museum was chosen as European Museum of the Year in 2004 and contains an important collection showing the archaeological and artistic heritage of the province.

The Costa Blanca is committed to tourism, something shown by the unquestionable variety and quality of its leisure options. Water and safari parks, aquariums, craft fairs, caves, boat trips and an endless list of sports options, from scuba-diving and cycling to hot-air balloon rides and bungee jumping, mean that the Costa Blanca’s leisure options are almost infinite.

There are also several theme parks. Among the most innovative is Terra Natura in Benidorm, where you can visit, study and get to know Earth’s animal life and civilisations. Conceived as a journey, the leisure complex transports you to three continents – America, Asia and Europe.

Benidorm is also home to the Terra Mítica theme park. The historical cultures of the Mediterranean are its guiding theme: Greece, Rome, Egypt, Iberia and The Islands are the areas into which this interesting and entertaining theme park is divided. There are two more major leisure parks in Benidorm: Mundomar, with aquatic animals and exotic birds, and Aqualandia, Europe’s largest water park.

From traditional activities such as hiking, mountaineering and climbing to others with a degree of risk such as bungee jumping and canyoning, many and varied active tourism options are available in the province.

There is a wide range of options for those who want enjoy the countryside by taking one of the hundreds of footpaths that run through our nature parks and unspoilt natural areas. If you like climbing, then the Costa Blanca will seem like heaven on earth, as your sport is enjoyed by hundreds of devotees in numerous places.

If you’re a fan of water sports you can take advantage of the wide and varied range of activities on offer. You can go scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing or take a jetski ride.

Or you could fly with one of the hang-gliding and ultralight schools that are always ready to take you up and away.


At the heart of the Costa Blanca, within the region of Valencia lies an ancient fishing village, now a tourist magnet by the name of Calpe.

Calpe sits in an ideal location, easily accessed by the A7 motorway and the N332 that runs from Valencia to Alicante. Calpe is dominated by the towering rock of Ifach which reaches to an impressive 332m and is now a nature reserve. The summit of the rock is reached by means of a tunnel through the rock. From here, magnificent panoramic views can be had. On a clear day, the island of Ibiza is visible.

Calpe has a wonderful mixture of old Valencian culture and modern tourist trappings, perfectly harmonising providing an ideal base from which to explore the local area or enjoy on the many beaches. Calpe alone has three of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the coast.

Calpe is a town rich in history and culture and its strategic position on the coast has attracted many voyagers and settlers throughout history.

Remains of Iberian tribes have been found around the town and later, the Romans founded a prosperous colony whose main activity was dried, salted fish. Christians and Moors lived peacefuly for a time but were subjected to attacks by pirates during the 14th-17th centuries. The peace of the 18th century enabled Calpe to regenerate and form the current tourist location.When it comes to sightseeing, the ancient town centre, next to the Moorish quarter is a good place to start. The old town walls and the church known as Iglesia Vieja are well worth seeing. This church is the only remaining example of Mudejar-Gothic architecture within Valencia. Alongside the modern Paseo Maritimo are the recently discovered remains of a Roman villa, once forming part of the Roman fish factory, known as the Banys de la Reina (Queens Bath). Overlooking the Mascarat ravine are the ruins of the Moorish Castle of Calpe and all over the local countryside are the typical rui-rau country houses, with arched porticos for raisin drying.

The town centre is also home to the Museum of Archeology and the Fiestas Museum.

Calpe has a wonderful modern marina that sits alongside the old fishing port. From here it is possible to take boat rides around the rock and to the nearby resort of Benidorm.

The port has a nautical club and facilities for yachting, windsurfing and water skiing. If its dry-land sports you want then the rock of Ifach offers climbing facilities.One of the best ways to glimps the local coastline is by means of the narrow guage railway that runs from Alicante to Denia, stopping at Calpe.

Calpe has several tourist information centres, all of which are very helpful and will provide you with information about the whole of the region.

The Peñón de Ifach and the top of Les Bassetes gives protection and makes for an excellent natural sporting area which is ideal for beginners at catamaran sailing, windsurfing or scuba diving. Calpe also relies on a sports centre equipped with indoor facilities for basketball, ‘minibasket', indoor football, badminton, volleyball, gymnastics and archery. Outside facilities include a basketball court, a pelota court, a handball court and a football pitch.

Fish and rice are the fundamental elements of Calpe's gastronomy. The term ‘traditional cuisine' best defines the gastronomic culture of a town that has been kept open to many positive influences, and has mixed them with others inherited from other civilisations. "Llauna de Calp" and the "Arròs de Senyoret" are two of the local dishes, followed by others such as "putxero de polp", "el arròs amb fesols i naps", or "arròs amb bledes". Figs, raisins, almonds, pomegranates and prickly pears, delicious "cocas" and traditional desserts using cherries top an excellent menu, especially, if it is accompanied by Peñón de Ifach, an intense ruby red wine that is a tribute to this land.

With small, rocky coves and wide, urban, fine sandy beaches, Calpe has a wide variety of attractive coastline where transparent waters are the order of the day. Its beautiful, peaceful coves include Les Bassetes, to the north - a natural shelter that provides perfect conditions for learning to sail and an interesting sea bed carpeted with underwater plants perfect for divingr. The local diving club and sailing school ensure safe conditions for both activities.

La Fossa and El Arenal beaches offer a bustling contrast with a complete range of services, well-cared for promenade and summer rental facilities for windsurf, pedal boats and jet ski equipment.

The activities also include the yacht club's sailing school, the diving centre at Puerto Blanco and a golf club, all overlooked by the enormous rock 332 metres high - the Peñón de Ifach nature reserve: a challenge for all rock climbing enthusiasts.


Although the town has had to adapt itself towards the tourist demand, it has not lost any of its’ personality. Situated between the green of the mountains and the blue of the sea, the town has preserved its marked medieval flavour. This, combined with the beauty of its’ beaches, coves and countryside create a beautiful scene, further enhanced by cliffs and jagged rocks.

The Mediterranean sea and the small coves and basins into which they open, provide the best area in which to practice sports in Benissa. To the far south, a small basin provides a base for the yacht club, a diving school and a lively sailing school where you can learn to sail catamarans, how to windsurf or, if you already have experience, hire boats. Just next door to this is the public sports centre where you can play golf on the Peñón of Ifach (a mass of rock) or play seven-aside football, basketball, tennis or volleyball, head off to the gym or do a yoga or aerobics class.

The natural environment of Benissa makes it perfect for day trips in the midst of nature. The town is surrounded by the mountains of Solana, Olta and Malla Verda and by the Bernia mountain range, which is considered an ideal setting for hill-walking. The surrounding countryside is covered with flourishing groves of olive and almond trees and the town has 40km of coastline full of natural attractions such as the tranquil coves surrounded by cliffs and pine groves.

Octopus is one of the main foods in Benissa and it substitutes meat in many dishes. Also, just as with the town itself, the combination of the sea and the mountains make the traditional dishes of Benissa varied. There are infinite varieties of rice and traditional dishes include "mullador de sangatxo", "mullador de pelleta", "borreta de melva" and "sangre con cebolla". There are also two typical varieties of wines for before or after eating- muscatel and mistel. The traditional sausages are a must; they are hand-made from traditional, family recipes and are famous for their excellent flavour.

Some of the most attractive inlets on the Costa Blanca are to be found in Benissa between Moraira and Calpe. Whether they have sand, gravel or pebbles, they all enjoy crystal clear waters revealing the marvellous, rocky sea beds so appreciated by diving and sailing enthusiasts. The busiest one of all is Fustera cove. It has the greatest number of facilities in addition to sports and children's recreation areas. A small marina located on the Calpe boundary has a sailing school and diving centre.


Teulada-Moraira has the good fortune of having two urban centres that double the area’s history, traditions and customs. Located in the Marina Alta, its enchantment lies in its spectacular growth, while preserving is privileged environment. Teulada-Moraira is a tourism centre that is well-known for its lovely beaches, its interesting historical centre, the quality of its wines and its fantastic fish auction. Its coastal orientation and the mountains surrounding it from behind provide a microclimate with an average annual temperature of 18 degrees, guaranteeing that its charm can be enjoyed most of the year. Teulada-Moraira is committed in the present and the future to preserving the environment and serving its residents and visitors. It seeks to preserve the local natural resources, traditions and customs for tomorrow, by maintaining sustainable development today.

Two sports centres, one indoor and the other open air, provide opportunities to practice tennis, pelota, basketball, football and, in summer, swimming. The Teulada coastline is an excellent place to become initiated in water sports, such as scuba diving, and the marina has 600 mooring places for those who prefer sailing.

Teulada-Moraira has various marked routes, which the nearly year-round pleasant weather make inviting to take.


. The Castellons road can be reached from Calle Calvo Sotelo. As you follow the road you will see the Molí dels Castellons, one of the five windmills that were used in the area many years ago. Continuing onward to the Urbanización Castellons Vida housing estate, the highest point, you will be treated to a spectacular view.

La Font de l´Horta y Benimbarco

. Leaving Teulada along the national highway, you take the first right to La Font de l´Horta, where a highly valued fountain with two spouts is located. Continuing along the road, you will reach the Benimarco farmhouse, which belongs to both Benissa and Teulada. A visit to the area offers visitors a glimpse of the ancestral homes and houses commonly used by labourers in the district.

Font Santa

. A few metres after leaving Teulada on the highway to Moraira, turn right onto the Camí de les Rotgetes. This peaceful road takes us to the new highway to Moraira, which we will need to cross to get to la Font Santa fountain. The fountain is said to have been the result of a miracle performed by Sant Vicent, who to quench the thirst of his sister Constanza, made water spout where previously there been none. Through drought and torrential rainfall, water always gushes from the fountain, for which people make pilgrimages to it. Beside the fountain is a 19th century chapel, where popular festivities are celebrated during the first week of July.


. Leaving Teulada along the Pas road for a pleasant excursion, on foot or by car, you will discover la Marina Alta architecture in los Riu-Rau, where ancestral, perfectly cantilevered terraces, the loveliest in the region, are located. In the past, the vines and almond trees grown on these terraces were the town's greatest wealth. Continuing along the way to Benigànim, you will want to pause to take in the view. Then turning right into Calle Benigànim, you will come upon another splendid view. Afterwards, taking the Fanadix trail down to the sea, you will arrive at Cala Andragó.

El Cap d'Or

. Approximate distance, 1.5 kms. Estimated excursion time, one hour. Starting at the Ermita de San Jaun Bautista chapel, located at one end of the Portet beach and probably built in the mid-twentieth century, follow the Avenida del Portet, turning right into Calle Puerto Lápice and continuing on to Calle Puerto de Alcudia, at the end of which you will need to continue on foot. Green and white markings will direct you to the tower, where your efforts will be rewarded by marvellous panoramic views of the bay of Moraira, el Peñon de Ifach, la sierra Aitana and even the coast of Ibiza on a clear day.

Barranco de la Cala

.Approximate distance, 4.1 kms. Estimated excursion time, three and a quarter hours. This route, through some of the loveliest and most enchanting areas in the municipality, will take you to the beach known as La Cala. To get there, go to the Portet area, and take the Camino de la Viuda trail to the top of Calle Canario, where you will see a wooden sign indicating the way. Follow the trail till you come to a fork, marking the halfway point, and turn right. The final stretch across a ravine is a bit rough, and you should proceed with caution. An alternative way is the trail to the left, just before reaching the La Cala beach. This trail is very uneven, but when you reach the top it becomes flat and can be followed with no difficulty to the vicinity of the Playa del Moraig beach, in the municipality of Benitachell.

The municipal cultural highpoints are the Epiphany Concert on 6 January, the poster contest and painting and photograph exhibitions during the patron saint celebration, the Formes i Llocexhibition in June and September, when artworks are displayed in various places; the Classical Music Festival in August, and the Outdoor Cinema programme in Teulada and Moraira from June to September.

The environment is remembered on the Día del Árbol at the end of January, on the Día Internacinal de los Humedales at the beginning of February, and the Día de Medio Ambiente on 5 June. In addition, on the first Friday in August a day of non-smoking is celebrated on the beaches. Also, on the last Sunday in September, a conference is held on cleaning up the bottom of the seas, another conference, entitled Environmental Week, takes place in early October.

Sporting events include 300 Miles in Three in Moraira in January, the Altura Moraira-Santa Eulalia yacht race at the end of September, the Prueba Autonómica de Vela Ligera light sailboat competition in June, and the Campeonato de España de Regularidad motorboat race in June. Also in June the Concurso de Pesca de Altura en el C.N. de Moraira fishing contest takes place, and in August the Travesía a Nado swimming race is scheduled. Around mid-August, the Medieval Festival is held, with a craftwork market, traditional products, musical attractions, games and theatre, all taking place in the old quarter of Teulada. At Christmas at Market, with Christmas goods and which includes a flea market, is set up in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento in Teulada.

Visitors can enjoy various gastronomic delights, from exquisite traditional rice dishes, such as arroz a banda, and el arròs del senyoret; and many other delightful dishes. Meat recipes are made with local grown products. The fish dishes are also delicious, having received the Bahia de Moraira certification of distinction. The fish is caught using a traditional artisan technique. There are many restaurants, several of which are recommended in the Michelin Guide. Exquisite delicacies, combined with traditional local cuisine, and cuisine from various nations, including Italy, Germany, France and China, can all be enjoyed here.

A good meal requires one of the better local wines. From the local grape Moscatel Romano the fruity tasting white wine Marina Alta is produced, as is also the dry and agreeably tasting white wine Viña Teulada. Another product of Teluada, the sweet muscatel liqueur Mistela, goes well with the delicious local deserts.

Moraira point: an imposing rock pointing due south which splits the coastline in two. To the north lies Portet beach, a beautiful inlet with clear waters perfect for learning to windsurf and a popular spot to moor boats and take a quick dip in the shade of the spinnakers. Another pretty, sandy cove to the south and a wide, very popular beach lead on to a series of tiny, rocky inlets as far as the Benissa boundary which are perfect for diving. The marina is the hub of sailing activities and has a sailing school open at Easter and throughout the summer.


Twenty kilometres of coastline, rocky coves and big extensions of sand, solitary beaches and beaches with both sPorts and playful activities. Dénia has a wonderful climate, whilst its landscape, is an added plus to its blue waters. The nature reserve of el Montgó, rising up, as Blasco Ibáñez said, like “a giant hand”, has served as a watchtower for a littoral which has been inhabited for over 4.000 years. Nevertheless, this out-standing enclave of the Costa Blanca has more: Its patrimony gives a good account of the historical brilliance of what it was once protagonist to, and its gradual conversion into a modern city, in which leisure occupies an out-standing position.

A Port, a sPorts Marina and a Nautical Club form an area for nautical sPorts with 1593 mooring points, light sailing and windsurfing schools, rent of cruise craft and skin-diving centres. All of this complemented by generally calm waters and a regime of clean winds all year round, emphasising the intense llebeig during the summer months. In land there is an 18-hole golf course and a sPorts centre in which it is possible to practise athletics, swimming, basketball, frontenis, football or five-a-side football. And close by, is the Montgó nature reserve, perfect for trekking (short routes Pr V-152) which has as reward, excellent panoramic views that it include the "Pitiusas" islands.

The exceptional enclave provided by the castle is scene to, during July and August, the International Festival Música al castell, in which professionals in traditional and popular music, both Spanish and the foreign, become the stars of the contest. Together, with this festival, other events of interest are celebrated, the most traditional being the Cine Voramar, which offers cinema on the Marineta Cassiana beach during the months of July and August. Also, in summer, it is possible to enjoy, in Dénia, the International Music Week, and the Folklore Dance Fair, at the end of August and the beginning of September respectively.

The Alimentation and Natural Health Fair celebrated in October and the Festival of Choral Singing celebrated every December take place in the Church of San Antonio, they are both good examples of the cultural activity of the locality.

Excursions and Beauty-spots

The nature reserve of El Montgó offers an endless number of sites on the way up to its peak 753 meters above sea-level. More than 600 plant species, cultural and archaeological remains have earned it its right to be protected. The ‘Cueva del Agua' (the cave of the water), with its Roman inscription made by the VIIth century Gémina Legion, Camell's Cave or the route of the Hermits of the Conquest are sufficient motives for programming a visit. Once at the top, the horizon reaches beyond Ibiza, which is approximately 70 kilometres away. Along the coastline you can visit the Cova Tallada, situated between the ‘Playa de Les Rotes' and the ‘Cabo de San Antonio', which can be reached by both land and sea. By sea, from the Port, there are organised maritime excursions on which it is possible to observe the submarine world.


The sea contributes the basic ingredients of the most of Dénia's gastronomy, where the protagonist is the red shrimp. Fish and shellfish are present in most typical dishes. Standing out is the famous arroz a banda, an excellent local dish. Likewise we find other kinds of rice dishes: rice with lobster, rice with spinach and anchovies, as well as sea urchins, dried octopus, cruet de peix, llandeta, etc. For a variety of appetisers, the espencat , the tomacat, Bull amb ceba, with various pastries (coca of anchovies, coca of tomato and peppers, etc.), octopus, etc. And for desert, the familiar buñuelos, coca de maría, the sweet potato pastries, etc.

The busy Port of considerable size (including a fishing area, Yacht Club and Marina) divides the Denia coastline into two, completely different sections known locally as Marines and Rotes. The most crowded and popular beaches stretch more than ten kilometres towards the north. They have full facilities including summer beach services to rent or learn to windsurf. These beaches are ideal for windsurf enthusiasts since the winds here (breezes in the morning and strong south-west winds in the afternoon) gives enthusiasts of all levels a chance. In addition to a ferry service to Ibiza, the Port has dinghy, sailing and diving class facilities, plus boat rental. The coast to the south of the Port against the backdrop of the Montgó nature reserve is characterised by cliffs and rocky inlets with clear waters that stretch as far as the San Antonio cape natural marine reserve: the ideal setting for diving enthusiasts. Sailing, golf, natural landscapes, leisure activities, etc all add to up make Denia the perfect Holiday destination.


The symbols of the standard of the Valencian Community, the Mediterranean and citrus fruits, are united in Oliva, where nature has provided other attractions besides. Beaches of fine golden sand, surrounded by naturally formed sand dunes that separate orange groves from the sea, are found close to a municipality in which the streets preserve vestiges of its history and examples of its customs. The docile nature of the climate grants the virtue of being a haven for tourists.


To play golf on a course designed by Severiano Ballesteros is a luxury for the fans of this sport. Also in Oliva it is possible to practise athletics, to take classes in light sailing or to play to basketball or fronton.

Excursions and Beauty-spots

The Pego-Oliva Marsh land Nature reserve is one of the most distinguished areas of the surrounding natural environment that, thanks to its natural characteristics, has allowed the development of typical flora and fauna. The park, of approximately 1000 hectares, brings together the water off of the Sierra de la Gallinera and Mustalla giving the area the necessary conditions for different species of migratory birds to rest and nest. Visitors can find storks, river fowl, and royal herons. The San Pere bridge leads to the Font Salada, thermal waters with medicinal properties specially recommended for dermatological problems. The surrounding area is populated with water plants such as reeds and irises. Besides the marshlands, Oliva has several kilometres of beaches, conditioned with all the necessary services to enjoy its fine sand and crystalline waters.


The gastronomy of Oliva is characterised by the use of typically Mediterranean ingredients that contribute to a healthy and balanced diet. Among the most traditional recipes are ‘ Coques to the Calfó ', a thin base elaborated with wheat and corn flour accompanied by different products, or 'Figatells', a mixture of pork with spices kneaded into balls accompanied with mustard. The sea and cattle farming contribute an exquisite combination in dishes such as prawns with spinach. Also, stuffed peppers stands out on the menu, with the flavour of traditional cooking.


A small dock known as the Goleta, which houses the facilities of a modern marina splits the Oliva coastline in two. The most attractive feature here is the large strip of sand dunes which separates the beach from the orange groves. It almost 10 kilometres of fine sand have varied landscapes ranging from an isolated, unspoilt beach to the liveliest urban beach. There is a wide selection of water sports: a dinghy sailing school in the yacht club and facilities on the beach itself offering windsurf, catamaran and sea kayak rental and courses. Golf enthusiasts can also play golf on the excellent course designed by Severiano Ballesteros.

Terranova-Burguera Beach

Situated on the northern extreme of the town, it is a beach of natural aspect with an outstanding dune and Mediterranean vegetation cordon behind which an important marsh area is located. Its sand is fine and golden and waters show a very clean aspect.


More than one kilometre of open fine sand beach located in a residential urban environment. It has two stretches of beach adapted with all necessary services for people with reduced mobility. One of this stretches is at Alfonso el Magnánimo, next to the yacht port, and the other in front of Plaza de Europa, on the southern extreme bordering on the beach Aigües Blanques.

Aigua Blanca Beach

Dunes and Mediterranean vegetation shape the characteristic image of this semi-urban beach of fine sand and clean water, being almost three kilometres long and reaching El Riuet dels Gorgs.

L'Aigua Morta

L’Aigua Morta gives name to the stretch comprising from river Vedat to the residential area San Fernando and Oliva Nova Golf. Open fine sand beach of rustic aspect with an important dune cordon being one of its main attractions.


A perfectly conserved dune cordon gives a special attraction to this open fine sand beach of more than one kilometre extending from El Riuet dels Gorgs to river Vedat.

Les Deveses Beach

Located on the most southern extreme of the province of Valencia, it reaches river Molinell and beaches in Denia. Beach of fine sand with an environment marked by dunes covered with vegetation. In summer, Llebeig wind usually blowing in the afternoon, attracts several windsurfers.


is situated between two points, the “La Nao” Cape and the “San Antonio” Cape. In all its extension and in each one of its three environments: the villa, the port and the sandy area, the population maintains a balance between the important traces of the civilisations that chose the area for a settlement, and the modernity of a contemporary tourist destination. In the old town are narrow streets of whitewashed houses with windows, stone doorways and balconies. The littoral is made up of, beaches, coves and select housing estates, joined together by a string of viewing-points.

Excursions and Beauty-spots

Two kilometres from the historical centre is an area known as the "Aduanas de el Mar", a seafaring district that stretches the whole length of the coast of the municipality. After crossing the urban area, the Nature reserve of "El Montgó" is one of the best sites in the region, and offers many attractive excursions. Also the route of viewing-points offers an interesting itinerary. There is also a recreation area known as "Pinosol" close by. For sub-aquatic activity lovers, the Natural Marine Reserve of the Cabo de San Antonio will turn out to be a major discovery. Besides, Dénia, Moraira, Gata de Gorgos and Calpe are very close by and are worthy of a visit.


The sea contributes the main ingredients of Xàbia's typical dishes. The succulent "cruet de peix", the "suc roig" and the fish platter are all prepared with fresh fish. Salt also continues to be used to prepare fish such as anchovies, tuna and the tasty "borreta de melva". The traditional elaboration of "les coques" is also still maintained, with pepper, tomato, onion, and raisins, or with oil and salt. Outstanding dishes in the sweet department are, pumpkin "buñuelos", the "pastissets d'ametla" made with almond, and the "tortada".


From the San Antonio cape to Granadella cove, Jávea is a perfect example of the varied coastline along the Costa Blanca. Sailing, diving or simply swimming can be unique experiences here. To the north, the coast offers the chance to delve into the depths of the San Antonio cape marine nature reserve. Boats are available for hire at the port, and the schools it houses provide sailing classes. In summer it's possible to sail a boat down the coast as far as Dénia. The rocky coast with crystal clear waters to the south of the port is perfect for diving whilst the long beach of fine sand further south is ideal for sunbathing and has summer facilities offering windsurfs or paddle boats for rent. The coast is even more beautiful and unspoilt between San Martín and La Nao capes and between the islands of Portichol and Descubridor where the seabed is ideal for diving. This coastline ends with the golden sands and clear waters of the attractive Granadella cove so popular amongst beach-goers. Two diving clubs, a golf course and plenty of accommodation, bars and restaurants and leisure activities all combine to enhance this highly appreciated tourist resort.


Tiny natural creek, with clear waters, located in the south of Cabo de la Nao and in front of which the spectacular Isla del Descubridor appears. At this inlet, besides enjoying a lonely bathe, you can dive through the rich posidonia meadows sheltered by the sea bottoms in the Cape.

La Granadella

Beautiful creek with sand, boulders and rocks and of an almost wild exuberance only accessible along a road roaming by a deep Mediterranean pinewood. Its clean turquoise green waters make it one of the most attractive creeks in the area.

La Barraca o Portitxol

Isolated creek located at the inlet roaming from Punta Negra to Cabo Negro, area with spectacular rockies covered by Mediterranean vegetation. Creek with sand, shoulders and rocks, and very clean and deep blue waters. In front of the creek is the Portichol isle, with rich sea bottoms with arches, corridors, tunnels and rocky formations making the place suitable for diving keens.

Sardinera Cove

Located on the northern side of Cabo de San Martín. It is a natural creek with boulders and crystal waters only accessible by foot along a path roaming through pinewoods. The effort deserves it as the reward is bathing or diving practically alone.

Blanca Cove

Also known as La Caleta, it is a quiet and isolated creek with gravel and boulders only accessible by foot and offering a beautiful sight of the white rockies in the area.

El Arenal Beach

It is a wide and sheltered inlet with fine sand and not very deep waters, very suitable for children. Its waters are very clean. Beach adapted to people with reduced mobility.

Muntanyar I

Beach located in a semi-urban area delimited by a detached house front. Long and open, with boulders and rock and deep turquoise waters inviting to bathe. Along its almost one kilometre and a half, seasonal services facilities one another where you can get initiated in sailing, practise water ski, hire a windsurfing board or jump over the waters on a water motorbike.

La Grava

Located on the southern side of the port and delimited by a waterfront at a bustling urban beach with gravel offering clear waters.

Pope o Tangó

These two small and quiet creeks with thick sand and boulders and crystal waters are located on the southern face of the Marine Reservation of Cabo de San Antonio. Diving and discovering their extraordinary rich sea bottoms compensate the little difficulty of accessing them.


Discover Alicante in Spain, English guide to the city and province with lowdown on just about everything a visitor might want to know, with entertainment, travel tips and assistance

. Alicante, with a population of just 300,000 Alicante is not a large city in European terms, but as the capital of the Costa Blanca it is a major travel destination for many European tourists. Over the years this has injected a cosmopolitan feel to the city, while retaining much of its traditional culture

. Already well known for being relatively inexpensive, with excellent beaches and a wide choice of accommodation, Alicante has a lot more to offer. A great deal of investment has gone into the preservation of its historical and architectural heritage. There are many fiestas (festivals) throughout the cities calendar, some of which are a real spectacle and well worth a look. The cuisine is another major bonus, with (affordable) good food available everywhere, alongside the middle to high end restaurants. Plenty of shopping opportunities also exist, ranging from souvenirs, local goods and handicrafts, to fashion items and modern shopping centres

. As with many Spanish towns and cities Alicante comes alive at night. Do not be put off by this; there really is something for all ages here. It is after all customary for Spanish families to go for a walk after their evening meal, perhaps to have an ice cream in one of the many Italian ice cream parlours, or to have a drink.

Whatever your preference, Alicante and the area surrounding it is bound to have something to offer you.

Alicante, Valencia and Castellón make up the three provinces of the Valencian Community, which covers 23,500 km² and is situated on the eastern coast of the peninsula.  The coast is 485 km long and borders with Cataluña in the north and Murcia in the south.  Each provincial coast has its own name; la Costa de Azahar in Castellón, la Costa de Valencia in Valencia and la Costa Blanca in Alicante.

The community has a population of 4 million, and the city of Alicante has 300,000 inhabitants.

Alicante´s history begins around the year 30,000 B.C. when Neanderthals lived here and their cave paintings were found in the province.  However, many of todays customs, gastronomy, art and architecture (baroque and gothic) were influenced by the Arab culture, as the Muslims attacked and ruled this area for nine centuries in 714 A.D.

The climate in the area is excellent, with an average temperature of 18°C in winter, and 32°C in the summer, which means that one can enjoy the pleasures of the sea during most of the year, and the beach can be used for sun-bathing even in the winter!

The area's gastronomy is rich in oils, vegetables, fruits, seafood and rice dishes, which are the main ingredients of the "Mediterranean Diet," which is considered to be the healthiest in the world.  The province is also famous for its sweets.  One of the typical products is turrón, which is made out of almonds and honey and is a treat brought down from the Arabic culture.  Today it is mostly eaten during the Christmas period, when 13 million tonnes of turrón is enjoyed each year, and 90% of it is devoured during the festive season.

Citrus fruits are the Valencian community´s biggest export, and stand for 80% of Spain´s production.  Other important exports include olive oil, leather shoes, toys and wine.  If however, you are more interested in craftsmanship, the area is renowned for its traditional ceramics, baskets, fans and furniture.

Alicante Shopping

Shopping is a favourite pastime for many tourists and locals. In recent years, as the city has grown so has the quantity and quality of its retail outlets. Thankfully, although the chain stores and retail giants have made their presence felt (in much the same way as with most other European cities), a good selection of local stores remain. So whether you are after authentic souvenirs, handicrafts, ceramics, and leather ware, or traditional foodstuffs, oils and ingredients, you are in the right place.

The arts scene is also prospering in Alicante, and as a result of this there has been a marked increase in art related shops. This can range from local art and sculpture, to outlets importing goods from overseas.

As you might expect the biggest growth in the retail sector here has been with the addition of large department stores and shopping centres.  Alicante is home to a number of new malls/centres which are mainly located around the seafront promenade/central zones. Most of which are modern and worth a visit, although it has to be said, they are very similar to those found in the UK.

Alicante Airport (El Altet) Information

Guide to Alicante International Airport, "El Altet", details of parking, facilities and much more to assist you on your journey to Spain and airport transfers to local towns.

The international airport at Alicante called El Altet is positioned about 7 miles south of the city itself. With direct access to the main A-7 autoroute, which is well sign posted and difficult to miss. With more than seven million visitors passing through El Altet in 2002 it is one of the busiest destinations in all of Spain. Many improvements are being made especially in recent years to the main terminal building facilities, and the overall appearance of the place is both modern and spacious. Due to ever increasing passenger demand, future plans have been made for the expansion of the terminals, although the date has still to be decided.


For further flight information on the companies and flights operating out of Alicante Airport please view the Alicante Flights.

Car Parking

Both long-term and short-term choices are available in Alicante Airport car parks which are directly opposite the main terminal entrance. Costs will vary depending on the length of your stay.


Buses run from Alicante Airport to Alicante town centre run every sixty minutes all day, between 7.30 am and 10.30 pm. The ticket price is roughly 1.5 euros per passenger. It also has services to Murcia, and other popular holiday destinations.


The cab rank is positioned next to the main Airport terminal exit, with a queuing arrangement in operation. Taxis are generally of a good standard, and fares compare well to those of Britain. You can pre book many trips by clicking Alicante.

Car Hire

There are lots of car rental companies by the exit, for further details on car hire please see the Alicante Car Hire link.


In more recent times the visitor facilities available at El Altet have been much improved. Now facilities are available for cash withdrawal, post and currency exchange. There are a reasonable selection of  cafes and restaurants, with an equally good range of boutiques to empty your pockets of your remaining euros.

Alicante Tourism

Tourism information for Alicante on the Costa Blanca, Spain. Places to visit during your stay including, museums, castles, nature etc to ensure a fantastic holiday.

Alicante Promenade (Explanada de Espana)

Alicante's promenade the "Explanada de Espana" is one the most appealing features of the city. With palm trees and carefully tended flower beds, the romantic setting is disturbed only by the occasional café. Alicante cuisine is (as one might expect) very Mediterranean, with great importance given to the selection and use of fresh produce.

Alicante Castle - Castillo de Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara Castle)

Perhaps the most prominent symbol of Alicante is its Castle which looks out over the city and surrounding land from the summit of mount Benacantil, 166m above the sea. Archaeological findings seem to indicate its site was originally that of an Iberian hill fort, although the castle itself dates from the sixteenth century. The building itself is well preserved with draw bridges, stone passages, hidden tunnels and dungeons. In addition a beautiful garden has been created in the grounds, with many works from Spanish master sculptors featuring. Be sure to pay a visit to the "Museo de les Fogueres" museum which features many of the best effigies captured from the flames of the "Las Hogueras de San Juan" festival. Ascent can either be made by car, or lift going up from Postiguet beach.

Iglesia de Santa Maria (Church of St. Mary)

Dating back to the 16th century this church was built on the site of an ancient Arab mosque. The interior is gothic in style with a baroque altar and doorway.

Marina Alicante (Alicante Marina)

A delightful place for a stroll, please refer to Alicante Marina in the menu for further information.

Alicante Cathedral - Concatedral de Nicolas de Bari (Cathedral of St. Nicholas of Bari)

Completed in 1662 this renaissance style building is widely considered one of the best examples of Spanish baroque architecture. Worth noting is the cloister, adorned with grilles and wooden doors

Alicante Museum - Museo Casa de la Asegurada (Museum "Casa de la Asegurada")

Originally constructed in the 17th century the building itself has had a variety of uses over the years, ranging from municipal granary, artillery storehouse, prison, school of commerce and a provisional city hall. Today it is home to an impressive collection of 20th century art, much of which was donated to the city by the artist "Eusebio Sempere" in 1976. The museum houses works by Gris, Miro, Picasso and Dali, as well as works by lesser know Spanish painters such as Chillida, Mompo and Zobel.

Palacio Gravina (Gravina Palace)

Built in the 18th century this building is now home to the provincial archives. At various stages throughout the year doors are opened for a variety of exhibitions and cultural activities.

Isla de Tabarca (Island of Tabarca)

This is a must see, a pristine island just off the coast waiting to be discovered seethis Tabarca Island.

Alicante Lawn Bowling Clubs and Alicantes Salt Water Lagoons

These are of special interest to bird watchers and others interested in the local nature.

Alicante Attractions

There are hundreds of other interesting things.

Better than sitting by the pool all day, try a few of these great attractions around Alicante

Alicante - Fiestas - Festivals

Spanish towns are famous for their festivals (fiestas), and Alicante is no exception. There are many fiestas throughout the year, some larger than others. Here we list some of the more popular (and typically the larger) fiestas to look out for:-

In late April the "Moros y Christianos" (Muslims and Christians) fiesta commemorates the expulsion of the Moors from Alicante in the 13th century. Literally hundreds of locals celebrate the festivity by way of donning often elaborate costumes and parading through the city streets.

The main event is the "Las Hogueras de San Juan" (Festival of Saint Juan) which lasts an entire week at the end of June. During this week Alicante is transformed. The focal point is again a street procession, but this time the stars are huge wood and papier-mâché effigies sitting atop the floats and scattered around the city centre. A good deal of humour and satire has gone into the design of these figures, only to be consumed by flames as the finale to the grand palmera (fireworks display) where all floats and monuments are burnt to cinders. This is a fun festival with lots of eating, drinking and dancing. Makeshift party enclosures (barracas) of varying sizes are erected. The larger ones are open to the general public (smaller enclosures often have memberships) with live music and other entertainment gratis. Be prepared to stay up late!

With hardly any time to recuperate, the end of June/beginning of July is host to the Feast of San Pedro. This is a semi religious fiesta with Christian undertones but essentially celebrating the summer solstice. This involves yet more fireworks, eating, drinking and dancing.

The second half of September sees the annual theatre festival "Alicante e Esena", closely followed by the Alicante International Contemporary Music Festival. This music festival started in 1985 promoting mainly Spanish music and musicians, but has since developed featuring music from all over Europe and the Americas. There are also several parallel events such as book and record fairs, photographic exhibitions and courses.

Around the end of November and beginning of December the International Puppet Festival comes to Alicante. Launched in 1984 this event, also known as the "Festitíteres" has acquired prestige due to its unique approach and international participation. With its programme aimed at both adult and family audiences, the many venues include both indoor and outdoor locales

Alicante Marina

Just 50 metres from Alicante's thriving city centre, the beautiful "Marina Deportiva de Alicante" is in a truly wonderful spot. Far enough away from the hustle and bustle, yet conveniently placed for shopping. An excellent range of activities are close at hand here, including a selection of high quality golf courses

For clients travelling by air Alicante International airport is a mere 8 kilometres from the marina. Alicante train station stands at 10 kms, and the main bus station at 2 kms.

Alicante Marina Facilities

In addition to the basics (electricity, water etc) the marina can offer many services including drinking water, a laundry, changing rooms and showers, a first aid centre, public telephones, ice machines, waste collection, lifebelts, fire extinguishers and a waiting pier.

A fuelling station is present, and for craft maintenance a divers service, crane and launching ramp are available.

Alicante Marina Leisure

Aside from nautical activities the marina has lots to offer. Gastronomy is a key feature, with many cafes and restaurants present serving a broad selection of both traditional and international cuisine. A collection of bars can also be found catering for different tastes.  Shopping facilities cater both for the individual, as well as on a nautical theme.

Alicante Marina Security and Surveillance

The marina is equipped with the latest security systems, both active and passive. A network of infrared cameras and permanent security guards, in addition to periodic patrols are in operation. Access to all berths is restricted by way of a manned control hut and safety barriers. Security control operates from the tower.

Alicante Marina Moorings

Marina Alicante is a total of 123,392 m2 in size, comprising of 744 berths. Each berth is capable of holding craft up to 60m in length, and for craft less than 15 m a finger makes docking and push off manoeuvres easier. All berths are provided with water, electricity and satellite television (from 10m up).

Dry Dock

A dry dock facility is present here, totalling 10,000m2. It is located in the industrial end of the harbour opposite the marina. Companies specialising in craft repair and maintenance are in operation here, they are also in charge of the Travelift. Below is a list of the elevation devices available: -

2 tons crane: Small crafts, Jet skis, Outboard motors

Travelift:   1 gantry cranes - 16 tons

                2 gantry cranes 100 tons

Forklift truck:              2.5 tons capacity

Sailing Clubs

Various sailing clubs are operating in the area: -

Club Nautico Alicante
Tel    +34 965 154491
Fax   +34 965 265848

Real Club Regatas Alicante
Tel    +34 965 921250
Fax   +34 965 228542

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