Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

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It’s hard to say what the best thing on the Costa Blanca is. Is it the 200 km of warm and sandy beaches, its rich history and culture or its high-quality golf courses with fantastic landscapes? Or maybe its all these things combined that make Costa Blanca one of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations. \nIf you choose Costa Blanca for your next golf holiday, you certainly won’t be disappointed. Thanks to a warm and pleasant climate, golf courses designed by world-famous architects and a great variety of cultural offerings, your experience on the Costa Blanca will be unforgettable.

Costa Blanca Golf Highlights

Golf courses
Sunny days
USD 1.72
Beer (pint)
USD 1.44
Taxi 1 km

Things to Do in Costa Blanca

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Food & Drinks 123

The cuisine of Costa Blanca is truly unique – full of interesting flavors, local products and fresh ingredients. A number of products, such as Turrón nougat from JIjona and Alicante, cherries picked on Alicante's mountains and grapes from Vinalopó have been awarded the Certificate of Origin to recognize their exceptionality.

The Costa Blanca also has a lot to offer for wine lovers. Various local wines such as Moscatel Alicante or Tinto Alicante have won several prizes. No matter if you win your next round of golf or not, you should treat yourself to a delicious meal and a glass of wine.

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The cultural calendar on the Costa Blanca is full of many exciting events. Visit Benidorm in November to attend Benidorm’s Patron Saint Festival and enjoy a week of music, parades and impressive shows.

You can also organize a trip to some of the most authentic Spanish towns such as Barrio de Santa Cruz and El Castell de Guadalest.

If you’re enchanted by the exotic landscape of the Costa Blanca, why not visit Palmeral de Elche, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that contains more than 200,000 palms.

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Discover a fascinating history of more than 1,500 years of legendary battles and spectacular defenses. On the Costa Blanca there are around 230 constructions (castles, watch towers or bunkers) that will tell you the most interesting stories and show you the history of Spain like you’ve never seen it before.

Some of the highlights are El Castillo de Santa Bárbara and Fuerte de San Fernando.\nYou can also follow one of the castle routes if you would like to explore the history, culture and traditions of the Costa Blanca in depth.