The Costa Blanca takes its name from its white sandy beaches; in this well-known region you can enjoy the sun, sea, and sand as well as the Mediterranean climate. The mild winters also make this a very popular coast. The extensive sandy beaches are inter-changed with jagged rock faces and steep cliffs. In the various sea-side resorts you can enjoy the fun night-life.
Or if you prefer to leave the busy coast behind you, you can always explore the hinterlands. Here you will find the Sierra, driving through the hills of olive and almond trees and orchards of lemon and orange trees and the small country villages.
For the more sporty holiday maker there is a huge amount on offer: wind surfing, water skiing, diving. There are also various golf courses and numerous walks for the walking enthusiast. In the Alicante region you will find 6 nature parks to which excursions can be made.
Between the Costa Blanca and the Costa Daurada you will find Costa del Azahar. This coast is characterized by hills, orchards (the Huertas) and the rugged mountain regions of the interior. It has an abundance of picturesque villages, tourist centres and extraordinary Roman remains.
You should visit Valencia for its culture, historic buildings, sights, and also art.