Property for sale in Costa Blanca, Valencia, Spain

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The Costa Blanca South area guide

The South of Costa Blanca is found just below Alicante, running all the way to the Pilar de la Horadada nearly 66 kilometres away. The landscape in the south of Costa Blanca, especially around Torrevieja, is flat and arid – but do not let this put you off however. Instead of mountain valleys, you’ll be treated to stunning views over the gigantic pink and green salt lakes.

Things to do

Aside from the white sandy coves to relax in, Costa Blanca South hosts many an activity that would be sure to liven up your holiday. For an action packed vacation, we would suggest checking in at Casa La Pedrera, the owners Jenni and Derek offer you horse riding, pony treks, quad biking, archery, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and other water sports.

If you prefer something at a slower pace, you would do well to visit Torrevieja – home to the beautiful Cala Ferris cove, as well as the Acequión and Náufragos sandy beaches. Additionally, the old railway line has been made into an urban green way for cyclists and walkers, running through Las Naciones Parque. For those with children, we heavily suggest you visit the Flamingo Water Park and Aquopolis 0 - something we think that the kids will definitely thank you for. And for those searching for peace and quiet, do not miss out on the golf courses around Villamartín for that chilled out afternoon. Of course, these are just a few of the activities on offer, and for the truest experience, you’ve got to start exploring.

Places to eat

Perhaps surprisingly, Costa Blanca South is a bounty of choice when it comes to eating out, but what’s not a surprise is that the Spanish cuisine really comes out on top. However, if you are situated on the Orihuela Coast and would like to experience some lively bars or restaurants look no further than Cabo Roig. On the “strip” you can find many bars, cafés, and restaurants offering both night entertainment and daytime fun. Expect live music from bands, as well as bingo, quizzes, and karaoke.

Some places a bit quieter and more refined include The Alquibla Restaurant in Algorfa, Restaurante Charlot in Benejuzar, Bar Restaurante Manolo Campo in Guardamar del Segura, Restaurante Rebate in Pilar de Horadada and Bibiana’s Restaurant in San Fulgencio to name but a few. With a variety of styles and cuisine, they’re just a smattering of what you can experience, and few people have ever left a local restaurant without feeling satisfied.


For all your shopping needs you can visit large outlet malls, such as La Zenia Boulevard, Murcia Nueva Condomina, and the San Javier Dos Mares shopping centres. Filled with both regular brands and premium, they’re not lacking in high-brow shopping, and you’ll be sure to find something to gift friends back home.

For those who wish to sample the trust local culture, think about visiting one of Costa Blanca’s street markets, like the Torrevieja or Santa Pola markets. These play host to a variety of local food choices, as well as cheaper clothing bargains.

Getting there and around

The easiest way into Costa Blanca is through Alicante Airport, which receives many destinations, including around 21 UK airports and others such as Paris, Barcelona and Moscow. However, you may also wish to fly into Murcia-San Javier Airport, as it is situated further south in Costa Blanca. Beware though, this airport does take in fewer flights – serving only around 12 UK locations and a few other international ones. When departing for your place to stay, you can choose to rent a car from around £1 per day at certain rental companies, such as Car Del Mar. Coach travel is another option, which will usually be included if you go for a package deal.

Taxi prices can be quite dear, we would suggest either car rental or utilising Costa Blanca South’s train stations – Callosa de Segura, Catral, Orihuela, Los Nietos, and Cartagena City. These are essentially all of the main stations along Costa Blanca South, so bear in mind that when you plan your route.

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