If you’re looking to make the most of the coast, you’re in luck here. These shores come with resorts of all kinds, from the chilled chiringuitos along the coastline to fun-oriented towns typically ticking all the holiday boxes. Wherever you choose, sunbathing on gorgeous sands and swimming in gleaming waters is guaranteed.
Soft, sandy beaches stretch around 200 kilometres along Spain’s ‘White Coast’. Resorts like Benidorm – the good-times magnet with a busy town and all-lit-up after-dark scene – and the old fishing village of Calpe are just part of the fun. Think traditional towns and lapping waves, and you won’t be disappointed.
Weather in Costa Blanca
The Costa Blanca enjoys a Mediterranean climate with long hot summers and short mild winters. Due to its north eastern location, Costa Brava's weather is generally cooler and wetter than many other coastal areas in Spain.
Around 2hrs from the UK