Places Of Interest In Costa Blanca


A region of diverse and colourful towns and cities from the bright lights of Benidorm with its skyscrapers and chip shops to the cosmopolitan resorts of Javea and Moraira to the north. The mountains that surround the area offer mountain top villages, vineyards, citrus groves and wheat fields, with the cities, full of colour and vigour offering a contrast to this laid back style of life. 
Javea Jávea's coastline stretches from the Cova Tallá to the Cala de la Granadella, a distance of over 20kms. This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port. All along the coast are a range of beaches boasting modern facilities and convenient access. The long history of Javea is just as interesting and varied, in the past, frequent attacks from marauding pirates forced Jávea's inhabitants to settle 2 km from the coast in a walled town - these walls remained standing until 1877, and the old port area remains today with winding narrow streets down to the modern marina. The old village has made few concessions to tourism and within its narrow streets you'll find a wide choice of shops and bars amongst museums and historical buildings whilst the modern resort has an excellent selection of facilities.
Javea Old Town The old town remains today with winding narrow streets down to the modern marina. The old village has made few concessions to tourism and within its narrow streets you'll find a wide choice of shops and bars amongst museums and historical buildings whilst the modern resort has an excellent selection of facilities. This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Javea South and Rafalet The beautiful countryside either side of the banks of the River Gata providing a verdant scene yet only minutes away from the fantastic facilities of this varied resort. Rafalet is an ever popular community in a peaceful location.

This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.

This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Javea La Tarrula Beautiful countryside and hills cover in pinewoods leading down in the centre of the resort with its excellent facilities. This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Javea Arenal The modern holiday resort centre of Javea Arenal in the Costa Blanca has a wide selection of shops, bars and restaurants surrounding the horseshoe shaped bay with a large sandy beach stretching from the Parador to the cove of Cala Blanca.



This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of Javea’s old port.



This popular Spanish resort is one of Europe’s blue flag beaches with life guards too, usually present from 1 June to 30 September. The Arenal Beach has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming. Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops.

There are public showers and toilet facilities, plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire.



On your villa holiday stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of hand made crafts (summer months only). There are numerous café bars and restaurants which are set back from the promenade and at the end of the beach is a supermarket. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and there are boat trips available.



Volleyball can be found along the back of the beach which is popular and there are play areas for the children. If you like to partake in water sports on your villa holiday, scuba diving is available in Javea with PADI courses on offer also sailing opportunities can be found from local ports in Costa Blanca.



The summer months are busy and Javea Arenal is a favourite meeting place on holiday to go out and enjoy the bars.






Tosalet/Toscamar/Portitxol These well established communities with a wide range of villa styles all complemented by the mature landscaping and gardens with surround these pristine communities. There are a number of fine dining restaurants within easy reach and the area is also well served by bars and restaurants for all the family. This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Moraira Moraira has grown from a pretty little fishing village into one of the most popular villa destinations in Spain. The resort centre is stylish with the wide promenade leading the modern marina area lined with restaurants and bars whilst the heart of the old village has kept much of its old-fashioned charm. Excellent shopping and a wide selection international restaurants make this a good choice for all the family

The town's main beaches of the town are either side of the village centre, El Portet is a gently shelving cove surrounded by cliffs and lined with pretty bars and restaurants along the waterfront. L'Ambola is a fine sandy beach with excellent parking and children's facilties. A little further afield are a number of shingle coves and beaches with fine sandy stretches.

The "urbanisations" of Moraira blend with the hills surrounding area many with commercial areas with some excellent restaurants and some popular lively bars within easy reach. The resort centre is within easy reach of all of these areas making this an excellent resort for families wanting a varied holiday.
Jativa Játiva is the capital city of the province of Valencia with 27,800 inhabitants. For a long time, Játiva was the residence of the Borgia, once one of Europe's most powerful families with many cardinals, popes and princes emerging. The heart of the old town is under preservation order with a large number of historic buildings creating a unique atmosphere.
Moraira San Jaime Just to the south of Moraira is the very popular urbanisation of San Jaime. Set away from the winding coastal road. The community offers a wide selection of accommodation styles many with stunning views down the valley towards the sea. Moraira has grown from a pretty little fishing village into one of the most popular villa destinations in Spain. The resort centre is stylish with the wide promenade leading the modern marina area lined with restaurants and bars whilst the heart of the old village has kept much of its old-fashioned charm. Excellent shopping and a wide selection international restaurants make this a good choice for all the family.
Calpe At the heart of the Costa Blanca, the town is dominated by the towering Penon de Ifach rock, now designated a national park, is often used as a symbol of the Costa Blanca. The summit can be reached via a tunnel and offers panoramic views along the coast and on a clear day, to Ibiza some 60 miles away. Calpe has a wonderful mixture of old Valencian culture and modern tourist trappings, with three of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the coast. Calpe is a town rich in history and culture and its strategic position on the coast has attracted many voyagers and settlers throughout history. The cobbled stones of the old town lead to a modern amphitheatre with displays and shows during the summer evenings.
Altea Altea is probably one of the most beautiful coastal resorts in Spain. The town was originally a fortress of the Habsburg Empire. The old town sits atop a hill, and is dominated by the glazed blue-tiled domes of the church.

In the courtyard outside the church you can enjoy a coffee or snack, with views through narrow alleyways and from a terrace of the newer town nestling around the bay. In summer months a craft market is held here each evening.

The town is famous as a venue for artists throughout the years and there is a thriving trade in the art shops of the town, along the cobbled streets to the church on the top of the hill. The village also hosts the best market on the coast with hundreds of stalls available selling anything from lilos to local produce.
Benidorm The 1950's and 60's saw the start of tourist development along the Costa Blanca. Benidorm, long a British favorite, is Spain's largest resort. From a distance, its high-rise skyline shimmers like a mirage, announcing an oasis where everything is geared to entertainment.

Some 4.5 million visitors each year are testament to the resorts facilities and attractions. With more restaurants, clubs, shops, pubs and bars than you could fit in a lifetime, Benidorm really does offer something for everyone.

The resort has been redeveloped over recent years and now features a pedestrianised promenade along the famous Levante beach, lined with pavement cafes and exclusive shopping areas.

The sweeping rollercoaster's of Terra Mitica and the Mundomar sealife park are full day attractions within easy reach using the excellent road network of the area.
Guadalest Guadalest, the 'Eagle's Nest', enjoys one of the most spectacular locations of any village in Spain, set high up on a pinnacle and carved out of a mountain top in the midst of truly stunning scenery. Magnificent views over the surrounding mountains and countryside down to the valley of the Guadalest river below. It has a population of only 200 but has long been one of the most popular tourist attractions in Spain. Of Islamic origin, Guadalest was a military stronghold of great strategic importance and is the site of several ancient castles, the remains of which can still be seen today - although earthquakes and battles during the War of Spanish Succession (early 18th Century) have reduced these castles to little more than shells.
Alcoy- City of Bridges Alcoi, located about 57 Km ( 35.4 M) north of Alicante, is an old industrial town with 61,000 inhabitants. The number of bridges crossing Alcoi's five rivers have given the city its additional name "the city of bridges". The rocky gorges close to the city offer many hiking possibilities with magnificent views. The festival of the Moors and Christians is celebrated everywhere in the region, but in Alcoi the spectacle is especially wild and colourful. Originally a religious festival celebrating the Christian liberation from the Moors, the so-called Reconquest. Today it is celebrated in form of a street festival. The inhabitants dress up as Moorish and Christian soldiers and perform mock battles. For those who want to experience this extraordinary spectacle make sure to come between the 22nd - 24th of April in Alcoi. Alcoi can be reached by train from Valencia or by bus from Alicante.
Bendeloig Benidoleig is situated close to Denia and can be reached either from Oliva, Denia or Pego. The village lies in open country in the Sierra de Seguili, 131 m (430 ft) above sea level. Hikers are free to climb to the top of the mountains. The cave Cueva de Calaveres is the real attraction here, which lies 1.5 km (0.6 miles) outside of Benidoleig. It is 400 m (438 yd) long and up to 50 m (164 ft) high.

Its name goes back to the year 1768, the year in which twelve unidentified skulls were found. Some believe the skulls belong to the Moor king Ali-Moho and his eleven wives. Yet it is more likely that these bones are remains of Arabs who, like many others, were originally looking for the source of a stream which is running nearby.
The cave is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.

Cueva de las Calaveras, Benidoleig
Tel. 0034 966 404 235
Fax. 0034 966 404 393.
Fuentes D'Algar The fresh water springs (Fuentes) are very popular and an ideal place to relax and cool down during summer - with an average water temperature of 18 degree Celsius. There are seven basins fed by the river Algar in which you can bathe and refresh yourself.

You can also visit an environmental museum or discover herbs and various unique plants while walking on a natural trail. The environmental museum, as well as the "herb and plant path" are very interesting to discover.

At the entrance, you pay a fee for the parking and the visit of the springs. Some of this fee will be taken off your bill, if you lunch in a local restaurant.

Located close to Callosa a little village with about 6,500 inhabitants and famous for its numerous springs. The village can be reached via the N332, just before Altea, turn right in the direction of Callosa and the directions to the springs or well signposted from the village.
Cuevas De Canolobre Busot is located approx. 24 Km (15 miles) from Alicante and 40 Km (25 miles) from Benidorm. The grotto lies on the northern side of the mountain Cabeçó d' Or and its vaulting caverns resemble the nave of a cathedral. Over the course of time the rocks assumed bizarre shapes and the acoustics within the grotto are fantastic. If you are tired of the darkness, you can do a lovely walking-tour in the vicinity and enjoy the beautiful nature. Afterwards excellent food is waiting for you in one of Busot's exquisite restaurants. The cave can be reached via the A7 or the N332 (exit El Campello) and then towards Busot - Cuevas del Canelobre.
For further information please phone +34 96 569 92 50
Elche With almost 200,000 inhabitants Elche is the third biggest city in the region after Valencia and Alicante. It is famous for its lovely palm tree gardens which spread east and north of the city along the River Vinalopó, which runs through the city. The famous palm grove "el Palmeral" contains more than 300,000 palm trees and the park has been included in the World Heritage List of the UNESCO. On a walk in the grounds, you will also see various cacti as well as the palms, some of which are 200 - 300 years old and reach a height of 30 m (about 98.5 ft).
The best known palm tree park is the "Huerto del Cura" in the old town centre, which comprises an area of 13,000 sqm. More than 1000 palm trees are growing here, the most famous one is the "palmera imperial" (the emperor palm tree), which has eight arms. It was given its name by the Austrian empress Elisabeth on her visit in 1894. At that time, the palm was said to be already 200 years old.
Alicante An area inhabited for thousands of years due to its privileged position. Its turbulent history of conflict between Moors and Christians leaves a rich heritage in this modern and sophisticated city. A bustling port leading to the pedestrianised mosaic promenade shaded by palms, home of markets, street entertainers and evening craft fairs is lines the seafront. A wide selection of shops and restaurants and a vibarant nightlife make Alicante a popular city break destination.
Cabe De La Nao la Granadella Cabo de la Nao located near Javea is a cape at the eastern tip of the Costa Blanca giving spectacular views along the coastline. From the peninsular it is the nearest point to Ibiza. At the bottom of the cape you can visit the Caves of Orguens.



The road to the cape winds through lovely pine forests, typical of Mediterranean regions. Visit the top of the mountain whilst on your villa holiday, where you will find an excellent restaurant with low prices and you can enjoy the view while having a delicious Spanish dish.



This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of Javea’s old port.



If you enjoy diving and wish to do this as part of your villa holiday, several new dive centres have opened on the Costa Blanca in Spain and diving opportunities can be had at Cabo de la Nao from the beginner to the most experienced.






Calpe Les Commetes Calpe Les Commetes in Costa Blanca is a well-established and popular area within a short distance of a selection of bars and restaurants dotted along the winding coastal road between Calpe and Moraira. A number of sandy coves with excellent facilities are located along this stretch of coast while the long stretches of Calpe's white sandy beaches are just a short drive in your hire car. At the heart of the Costa Blanca, the town is dominated by the towering Penon de Ifach rock, now designated a national park and is often used as a symbol of the Costa Blanca. The summit can be reached via a tunnel and offers panoramic views along the coast and on a clear day, to Ibiza some 60 miles away.

Calpe has a wonderful mixture of old Valencian culture and modern tourist trappings, with three of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the coast. Calpe is a town rich in history and culture and its strategic position on the coast has attracted many voyagers and settlers throughout history. The cobbled stones of the old town lead to a modern amphitheatre with displays and shows during the summer evenings.
beach
Calpe has a lovely modern marina alongside the old fishing port where glass bottom boat trips are available and boat trips around the rock to the Spanish resort of Benidorm which is nearby. Water sport facilities can be found at the port including yachting, water skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and catamarans can be hired.
Half a mile outside Calpe, VillaPlus.Com has Casa Pedro which is an ideal 4 bedroom villa to rent with a gated, heated pool and air conditioned/heated bedrooms. This villa rental enjoys an excellent position just 800 yds to a sandy beach with many bars and restaurants, and has easy access to Calpe and Moraira. A car is essential for this Costa Blanca villa and VillaPlus.Com can offer competitive rates for car hire which must be booked in the U.K. before your villa holiday. Calpe is an ideal base for a villa holiday to explore the area and its beautiful sandy beaches.
To view all the villa rentals in Costa Blanca that VillaPlus.com has to offer, click on Our entire Costa Villas link.







Calpe Puerto Blanco The small, sheltered cove of Puerto Blanco in Costa Blanca lies to the south of Calpe, with a small marina and port, looking towards the modern skyline of Calpe in a peaceful location.

The cove has good facilities including a very popular restaurant and bar and a small beach with water sports during the summer season. The beach has views across to the Penon De Ifach rock and some of the modern architecture of the holiday resort of Calpe. Parking is available.
The towering Penon de Ifach rock, a challenge for all rock climbing enthusiasts, is now designated as a national park and is often used as a symbol of the Costa Blanca. The summit can be reached via a tunnel and offers panoramic views along the coast and on a clear day, to Ibiza some 60 miles away.
Calpe has a wonderful mixture of old Valencian culture and modern tourist trappings, with three of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the coast. Calpe is a town rich in history and culture and its strategic position on the coast has attracted many voyagers and settlers throughout history. The cobbled stones of the old town lead to a modern amphitheatre with displays and shows during the summer evenings.

Calpe has a lovely modern marina alongside the old fishing port where glass bottom boat trips are available and boat trips around the rock and to the Spanish resort of Benidorm which is nearby. Water sport facilities can be found at the port including yachting, water skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and catamarans can be hired.
Children will love a trip on the narrow gauge railway which runs from Alicante to Denia, stopping at Calpe which is a good way to view the local coastline.
Half a mile outside Calpe, VillaPlus.Com has Casa Pedro which is an ideal 4 bedroom villa to rent with a gated, heated pool and air conditioned/heated bedrooms. This villa rental enjoys an excellent position just 800 yds to a sandy beach with many bars and restaurants, and has easy access to Calpe and Moraira. A car is essential for this Costa Blanca villa and VillaPlus.Com can offer competitive rates for car hire which must be booked in the U.K. before your villa holiday.
To view all the villa rentals in Costa Blanca that VillaPlus.com has to offer, click on Our entire Costa Blanca Villas link.







Denia Denia, the main town of the Marina Alta, is situated in the South-East of the Iberian Peninsular. To the North, the coastal area is known as 'Les Marines' and has sandy beaches and to the South, 'Les Rotes' has stony beaches and small cliffs.



Road communications are good, by the national main road N-332 and the motorway A-7. The town is 95 kms from Valencia and Alicante.



Denia is a vibrant old port town with traditional Spanish squares and cobbled streets lined with bars and restaurants full of character. The main attraction of this Spanish town is the magnificent beaches of fine sand stretching as far as the eyes can see to the north of the town. Denia is well-served with beach bars offering food and drink during daylight hours.



According to the geographical references of ancient historians, Denia is the ancient Greek colony called Hemeroskpeion, later called Dianium by the Romans. After the barbarian invasions, Denia reached the zenith of its importance during Arab rule when it became the capital of the Taifa kingdom of Denia, highly developed both culturally and economically.



Naturally, as a seaside town, Denia has always been a fishing port, although there was a time when raisin production and export was important in the town, as was toy manufacture. Nowadays, people make a living from tourism as well as from fishing where you will find fresh fish being unloaded and sorted daily along the port. Ferries sail regularly from Denia to Ibiza, carrying many passengers and goods.



Denia is dominated by the hill top castle, dating back to the Roman times which you are able to drive to or walk and there are other places of interest in the city, including churches, museums, monuments and parks. This Spanish city offers a wide range of cultural activities all year round which you can visit on your villa holiday such as concerts, exhibitions, and the theatre.



If you enjoy water sports on your holiday there is sailing, windsurfing and rowing. Denia also has a Yacht Club and a Marina, diving, tennis, football, golf, basketball, volleyball, chess and darts clubs and clubs for underwater sports. As well as all these activities, you can go rambling or hiking in the Montgo Natural Park which is located in the municipal areas of Denia and Javea or if you just want to relax, take a dip in the Mediterranean to cool off.



Denia is very much a family holiday resort and is a wonderful place to visit on your villa holiday to the Costa Blanca with plenty to do for everyone.








Javea Montgo Set below the impressive Montgo Mountain dominating the views from miles around. Villas in this area a located on the lower slopes of the mountain and generally have large mature plots providing privacy. The resort centre with a wide range of facilities and the beaches are just a short drive away. Jávea's coastline stretches from the Cova Tallá to the Cala de la Granadella, a distance of over 20kms.

This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Javea Pinosol One the most popular and sought after areas of this excellent resort, communities set in beautiful settings surrounded by the pine woods after which the area is named. There are excellent facilities nearby and popular public parks with the resort centre just a short drive away. This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Javea Port The port of Javea lined with a wonderful variety of restaurants and shopping areas combing the traditional feel of the old fishing village with the modern sophisticated marina. La Grava beach stretches from the port area towards the modern facilities of the Arenal beach, dotted with beach bars during the summer months.

This stretch of coast varies from the bright lights and sophisticated bars and restaurants of the Arenal area to the peaceful coves of Granadella and the harbour side fish restaurants of the old port.
Moraira El Ampolla The gently shelving beach with excellent parking facilities is the main beach area of this popular resort. Moraira has grown from a pretty little fishing village into one of the most popular villa destinations in Spain. The resort centre is stylish with the wide promenade leading the modern marina area lined with restaurants and bars whilst the heart of the old village has kept much of its old-fashioned charm. Excellent shopping and wide selection international restaurants make this a good choice for all the family.
Moraira El Baladrar A little to the north of Calpe is Benissa Costa, with a winding coast road leading past rocky coves and sandy beaches to the coastal area of Benissa. A large number of villa communities are located in this area all providing a great base to explore the region with Calpe's beaches just a short drive away.

Benissa is a medieval village, just a few minutes away from a beautiful four-kilometre stretch of coastline dotted with sandy beaches and charming little coves with crystal-clear water which are a real paradise for scuba-divers. The old part of town is home to shops selling traditional handicrafts and local produce including olives, almonds, citrus fruit, grapes and wine, as well as restaurants and bars.
Moraira El Portet The beautiful horseshoe bay with a sandy beach and calm shallow waters make this one of the most scenic and popular areas of the Costa Blanca. The well established communities and properties surrounding the bay offer a wide range of accommodation and facilities whilst the resort centre is just a short distance away. Moraira has grown from a pretty little fishing village into one of the most popular villa destinations in Spain. The resort centre is stylish with the wide promenade leading the modern marina area lined with restaurants and bars whilst the heart of the old village has kept much of its old-fashioned charm. Excellent shopping and a wide selection international restaurants make this a good choice for all the family.
Moraira Montemar Located between Moraira and Calpe is the very popular urbanisation of San Jaime/Montemar. Set away from the winding coastal road. The community offers a wide selection of accommodation styles many with stunning views down the valley towards the sea. Moraira has grown from a pretty little fishing village into one of the most popular villa destinations in Spain. The resort centre is stylish with the wide promenade leading the modern marina area lined with restaurants and bars whilst the heart of the old village has kept much of its old-fashioned charm. Excellent shopping and wide selection international restaurants make this a good choice for all the family.
Moraira Sol Park Modern communities set a short drive from the town centre with views across the vine clad valley to the mountains sheltering the resort. There a range of small commercial centres nearby providing a choice of shops bars and restaurants. Moraira has grown from a pretty little fishing village into one of the most popular villa destinations in Spain. The resort centre is stylish with the wide promenade leading the modern marina area lined with restaurants and bars whilst the heart of the old village has kept much of its old-fashioned charm. Excellent shopping and wide selection international restaurants make this a good choice for all the family.
Valencia Spain's forth largest city and the capital of the Valencian region. The City of Valencia with a sophisticated atmosphere amongst the pavement cafes and squares surrounded by historic architecture is a must visit. The home of the Paella, the cuisine is rich and varied whilst the shopping is excellent with Lladro porcelain produced in the city. The famous "Las Fallas" festival every March with towering wooden and Papier Mache sculptures on always every street corner culminates with magnificent firework displays and the burning of the statues.
Calpe East & Benissa Costa A little to the north of Calpe in Costa Blanca is Benissa Costa, with a winding coast road leading past rocky coves and sandy beaches to the coastal area of Benissa. A large number of villa communities are located in this area all providing a great holiday base to explore the region, with Calpe's beaches just a short drive away.
Benissa is a medieval village, just a few minutes away from a beautiful four-kilometre stretch of coastline dotted with sandy beaches and charming little coves with crystal-clear water which are a real paradise for scuba-divers. The old part of the town is home to shops selling traditional Spanish handicrafts and local produce including olives, almonds, citrus fruit, grapes and wine, as well as restaurants and bars.
Calpe is famous for its fish restaurants running along the promenade – choose from the various fish platters of the day and get settled down for some serious eating.
Calpe also has road side lakes where the flamingos live and there is plenty of parking alongside to stop and admire.
On your villa holiday, visit the open air market in Moraira held on a Friday. Moraira has sandy blue flag beaches and some of the Costa Blanca’s most prestigious restaurants. Moraira also has a beautiful marina with aquamarine waters leading down to the beautiful El Portet beach where all the boat owners bring their boats to moor and show off their boats.
Half a mile outside Calpe, VillaPlus has Casa Pedro which is an ideal 4 bedroom villa to rent with a gated, heated pool and air conditioned/heated bedrooms. This villa rental enjoys an excellent position just 800 yds to a sandy beach with many bars and restaurants, and has easy access to Calpe and Moraira. A car is essential for this Costa Blanca villa and VillaPlus.com can offer competitive rates for car hire which must be booked in the U.K. before your villa holiday.
To view all the villa rentals in Costa Blanca that VillaPlus.com have to offer, click on Our entire Costa Blanca Villas link.



Benitachell Benitachell is a charming Spanish village that is located between Teulada and Javea. As this resort is set in between Javea and Moraira, it provides the best of both worlds for those who wish to go out and explore different resorts. Benitachell has an array of restaurants to dine, suiting all palates. The area itself is tranquil and picturesque that has an amazing coastline nearby which is formed in a succession of cliffs of more than 100m high that descend into the sea. Located towards the northern end of Costa Blanca, it is just over an hours drive from Alicante.
Jesus Pobre

Jesus Pobre is a charming old Spanish village with whitewashed villas set down small lanes.  There is an excellent market on a Sunday (mornings at some times of year and afternoons at others to be advised locally) offering local produce some of which is organic and the best homemade lemon meringue pie, but get there quick as it sells out fast.  Cakes, wine, music and all sent under a pretty building with open arches on all sides.


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