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Despite European tourists having poured into Spain's Costa Blanca for decades, this coast retains much of its original charm, a testament to the magnificence of this sunny location. The region, which lies south of Valencia, is a highly sought after beach holiday destination. If you can get beyond the bigger resort beaches of Alicante and Benidorm, you are bound to discover a series of gemlike resort towns with charming holiday homes strewn along the coast that make the perfect staging ground for an overall unforgettable destination.
Despite its reputation as a tourist hotspot, don’t, however, leave Alicante too quickly. Located on the south eastern coast, Alicante is the largest city in this area and is positioned upon these seductive sands. Stay in a self catering rental property in Alicante for at least one night to see the sun burst into a wide array of incredible colours, and turn the numerous white yachts pink and orange, then purple and black as the town lights up like a basket of pearls. Be sure to get a taste of the vibrant nightlife here, as well as in Benidorm, as that is one of the main attractions of staying in holiday rentals in Costa Blanca and you'll be sure to find a nightclub that suits you.
Escape these tourist havens and explore the rest of the region during your stay in holiday apartments in Costa Blanca. Break free and you won’t regret doing so as you discover the lesser-known yet infinitely better locations and more varied holiday rentals in Costa Blanca. Begin your wider tour by staying in a holiday apartment in Alrea, whose intricate Mediterranean architecture of white walls and extensive tile work is testament to the ancient seafaring charm of Spain. An even more breathtaking view of the serene coastline can be found out at Peno d’lfac, with rocky outcroppings spilling out into the turquoise water. The scene is inspirational, such coastlines typically a muse for the Spanish impressionists. Set up camp in a waterfront holiday villa and soak up the culture. The Coveta Fuma is a superb example of the blinding white rock that, in part, is the origin of the name Costa Blanca. Studded with stucco houses and green, coastal vegetation, the white earth shine brilliantly, and provides an almost surreal beauty to much of the Costa Blanca shoreline. Here you will find whatever lovely holiday homes, villas, and holiday apartments in Costa Blanca that you're in search of.
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