The Costas

On our website you will find a selection of different resale apartments, townhouses and villas for sale on the Costa Blanca.

The Costa Blanca is a popular coastal region in Spain, located on the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula Spain. The name Costa Blanca comes from the fact that this region used to have a very intensive cultivation of almond trees. The name ‘white coast’ refers to the white-pink color of the blossom of the almond trees.

The Costa Blanca is a magnificent coastline, some 244 km in lenght, stretching from Gandia to Pilar de la Horadada in the province of Alicante.

As one travels around the area, one notes gradual changes in the scenery, as the flora varies from one place to another. The Costa Blanca has a contrast of landscapes such as the steep cliffs of the Marina Alta, the beaches of the Vega Baja del Segura, the mountains such as Montgó and Sierra Helada, the lagoons and salt lakes of La Mata and Torrevieja. This ecological variety ensures that the Costa Blanca offers 4 natural parks: El Montgó, El Marjal Oliva-Pego, the Peñon de Ifach and the Lagunas de la Mata and Torrevieja.

The Costa Blanca enjoys a warm, dry climate, with pleasant winter temperatures.

Along the Costa Blanca we find  some very well-known and popular seaside resorts. The most famous is Benidorm, the tourist capital of Spain. Characteristic is the architectural style, namely a lot of high-rise buildings. Other well-known coastal resorts along the Costa Blanca North are Denia, Javea, Moraira, Calpe and Altea. On the Costa Blanca South we have lovely areas and towns such as Alicante, Elche, Orihuela, Villamartin, La Zenia with the Commercial Centre Zenia Boulevard is the Orihuela Costa’s largest shopping centre , Campoamor, Torrevieja, Los Balcones and many more., Alicante and Torrevieja.

There is also the pleasant town of Elche or Elx with a large palm grove and a museum about the history of the Costa Blanca.

The Costa Blanca is a true paradise for golf players. There are over 30 golf courses to choose from. So wherever you are, from Javea and Denia in the north, all the way south to the resorts around the Mar Menor, you are never far away from 18 holes of golf and sunshine.
On the Costa Blanca North we find Alenda Golf, Alicante Golf, Bonalba, Don Cayo, Ifach, Javea, La Sella, Oliva Nova, Sierra Cortina and Villataina.
On the Costa Blanca South you will find some of the oldest golf courses in the area, Villamartin, Las Ramblas and Campoamor. Other well-known golf courses are Lo Romero, El Plantio, Font de Llop, La Finca, La Marquesa, Las Colinas and Vistabella.

Costa Blanca
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On our website you will find a selection of different resale apartments, townhouses and villas for sale on the Costa Cálida.

The Costa Cálida (Spanish for the warm coast) is located in the region of Murcia, in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula Spain on the Mediterranean Sea and merges into the Costa Blanca in the north and the Costa de Almería in the south. The Costa Cálida extends from El Mojon in the north near the province of Alicante to the municipality of Aguilas in the south bordering on the region of the province of Almeria.

Important cities and areas are Murcia, Cartagena, Mazarron, Los Alcazares, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, Torre Pacheco, Fuente Alamo de Murcia and La Manga Mar Menor.

This region has a micro-climate which means comparatively hot annual temperatures (and hence its name, “Warm Coast”) and a relative degree of aridity.

Most of the Costa Cálida is very rugged and therefore not as overrun by tourism as the Costa Blanca.

Murcia has a coastline of about 250 kilometers long with coves and narrow beaches with rocks. Here we also find La Manga, a narrow strip of land, intersected by several channels and openings, which closes the Mar Menor lagoon from the Mediterranean Sea.

The coastal region of Murcia offers unprotected beaches with wild sea on one side and narrow coves with palm trees and calm waters on the other. There are sand dunes, beaches, saltwater lagoons and mudflats. The Murcia coastal region has many facets for the nature lover. Many areas fall under nature conservation scheme.

It is easy to make day trips from Murcia by rental car, train or bus. The surrounding mountain villages are well worth a visit. The coastal region of Costa Cálida, offers a variety of interesting excursion destinations

Murcia is the fastest growing area for golf courses on the Costa Cálida. We have 12 golf course guides from Murcia to Cartagena.


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