Situated in the South East of Spain on on the Mediterranean coast, the Costa Blanca offers 244km of magnificent beaches, coves and cliffs. As its name suggests, the Costa Blanca is traditionally associated with sunshine and sandy beaches, enjoying more than 300 days of sunlight a year and an average temperature of 20ºC. Towns such as Altea, Alfas de Pi, Jávea, Finestrat, Moraira, Alicante and Santa Pola are proving increasingly popular destinations amongst the international community. Golf enthusiasts are spoilt for choice due to the large number of courses along this stretch of coastline. With its own airport located in Alicante travelling to and from the Costa Blanca is very straightforward.
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