Villas in Costa Blanca
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Introduction to Costa Blanca

Our Costa Blanca villas give you the perfect base to explore the hugely popular south-east Spain. There’s over 120 miles of Mediterranean coastline to discover, with stunning sandy beaches, crystal clear sea and over 300 days of sunshine a year. So, you won’t be short of Vitamin D!

Visitors return year after year to enjoy the amazing fresh produce the region has to offer. There is a huge amount of internationally acclaimed restaurants to enjoy, as well as traditional tapas bars and harbour-side fish eateries. And it’s not just the fantastic food that will set your taste buds tingling. The region’s vineyards produce the famous Moscatel wine, a delicious sweet treat to enjoy after a day in the sun.

Villas in Costa Blanca: Where to Choose?

Our Costa Blanca villas are in some of the best resorts across the region, so you really are spoilt for choice. The locations have been selected due to their friendly, relaxed atmospheres, fantastic facilities and picturesque scenery.

Javea is split between the traditional Old Town, bustling port and beautiful Arenal Beach. Discover the historic architecture or laze on the sandy beach and sip sangria overlooking the ocean. There are also plenty of fun activities to get involved in, such as water skiing, sailing, fishing, scuba diving and windsurfing.

Moraira is a picturesque resort with a chic marina dotted with upmarket restaurants. Its beaches have been awarded EEC Blue Flags for their cleanliness and offer a range of water sports, making it really family friendly.

Calpe lies in the region of Valencia and is conveniently close to Alicante, reached within an hour by car if you wanted to explore the city. Calpe is a historic fishing village offering ancient architecture, stretches of golden sand as well as fun activities like climbing.

Costa Blanca Villas with Villa Plus

No matter where you choose, all our Costa Blanca villas come with private pools as standard, many with pool heating as well as air conditioning, BBQs, table tennis and pool tables. Plus, we have friendly in-resort staff that will visit if you request. They will answer any queries you have and give you some top tips, including the best restaurants and must-see attractions!

We take away all the stress of booking so you can enjoy the entire holiday experience, from the moment you secure your chosen property until you are happily soaking up the Spanish sun. We are members of ABTA and we provide full financial protection for your money by way of a bond held by ABTA. We also have the benefit of ABTA's assistance and Code of Conduct whilst the flight inclusive arrangements that we sell are protected under our ATOL licence.

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Best for...
  • Sun, sea and sandy beaches
  • Tasty cuisine including paella
  • The iconic rock at Calpe Beach
  • 300 days of sunshine a year!
  • Take a day trip to Valencia!
  • Charming villages to explore

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Costa Blanca

There is so much for you to see and do during your Costa Blanca Villa Plus holiday, that you must remember to leave time to relax! One place you might enjoy is the historic old town of Javea. Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move just over a mile inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome. Today Javea is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings, inhabited mainly by warm and friendly people who welcome tourists.

Calpe's salt lake known as Las Salinas Natural Park is just outside the town, about 550 yards from the Peñón de Ifach. The salt water lagoon is an important haven for wildlife, especially birds, and more than 170 different species have been spotted here. The lake attracts herons, large flocks of flamingos and other migrating birds at various times of the year. This unusual nature reserve with its reed beds was at one time an active salt works.

Whichever location you pick for your villa, be sure to visit the famous daily fish auction at Calpe, run by the local Fishermen’s Co-operative. A special market building was completed in 1991 and decorated with six huge, impressive paintings of fishing scenes and seafaring legends by the artist Elias Urbez. The good news is that it has a viewing gallery so that you can watch the auction in comfort. In Calpe, around 1,700 tons of fish are caught every year by about 160 people in 22 boats. The catch includes gilthead, whiting, red mullet, squid, octopus, grouper, mackerel and several kinds of shellfish.

Another town that is good for a day out is Moraira, a charming, upmarket seaside town with narrow cobbled streets and an impressive marina, and stunning views back across to El Peñon de Ifach. Unlike some resorts on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is still very much a Spanish community, and has resisted most of the high rise, mass catering aspects of modern tourism, protected by strict planning regulations. Its sandy beaches are set in eight kilometers of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. The 620-berth Blue Flag marina, built in 1985, is an exclusive yacht haven owned and operated by Club Náutico Moraira, and is a great spot for upmarket shopping, eating and people-watching.

Villa Plus in Costa Blanca

You can choose any one of our villas in the Costa Blanca and enjoy a holiday you will dream about for many years to come. We know how to make you happy! If you just want to relax under a brilliant blue sky, you’ve come to the right place – the beaches are spectacular, and your own pool at the villa is quiet and private for soaking up the rays. Or you can have a really active holiday, trying some of the many water sports on offer, or exploring the fascinating coastline. Our villas give you a brilliant base from which to explore, or a luxury home from home you need hardly leave at all! But if you do go on an adventure, you will return to a beautiful house with everything you need to be happy and comfortable, and a lovely, cool calm bedroom will be waiting for you after the heat of the day.

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  • 7 Bedrooms
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  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 5 miles
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Villa Clotilde, Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 14
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    40 x 20 ft
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  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ¼ mile
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Villa Flor de Neu, Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 14
  • Heated Pool
    33 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 4 miles
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Villa Tosca, Moraira, Costa Blanca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
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    40 x 20 ft
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  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 3 miles
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Villa Alvaro, Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain
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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    40 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Beach 4 miles
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Villa Tarrac, Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    27 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ¾ mile
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Villa Cometa, Calpe, Costa Blanca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
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    30 x 14 ft
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  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 4 miles
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Villa Esther, Javea, Costa Blanca, Spain
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  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    33 x 17 ft
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  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 2 miles
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  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
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  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 250 yds
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Villa Belinda, Calpe, Costa Blanca, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
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    27 x 17 ft
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  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
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Villa Catorce Flores, Moraira, Costa Blanca, Spain
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Costa Blanca Resorts

There is so much for you to see and do during your Costa Blanca Villa Plus holiday, that you must remember to leave time to relax! One place you might enjoy is the historic old town of Javea. Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move 2 miles inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome. Today Javea is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings, inhabited mainly by warm and friendly people who welcome tourists.

Calpe's salt lake known as Las Salinas Natural Park is just outside the town, about 550 yards from the Peñón de Ifach. The salt water lagoon is an important haven for wildlife, especially birds, and more than 170 different species have been spotted here. The lake attracts herons, large flocks of flamingos and other migrating birds at various times of the year. This unusual nature reserve with its reed beds was at one time an active salt works.

Whichever location you pick for your villa, be sure to visit the famous daily fish auction at Calpe, run by the local Fishermen’s Co-operative. A special market building was completed in 1991 and decorated with six huge, impressive paintings of fishing scenes and seafaring legends by the artist Elias Urbez. The good news is that it has a viewing gallery so that you can watch the auction in comfort. In Calpe, around 1,700 tons of fish are caught every year by about 160 people in 22 boats. The catch includes gilthead, whiting, red mullet, squid, octopus, grouper, mackerel and several kinds of shellfish.

Another town that is good for a day out is Moraira, a charming, upmarket seaside town with narrow cobbled streets and an impressive marina, and stunning views back across to El Peñon de Ifach. Unlike some resorts on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is still very much a Spanish community, and has resisted most of the high rise, mass catering aspects of modern tourism, protected by strict planning regulations. Its sandy beaches are set in 5 miles of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. The 620-berth Blue Flag marina, built in 1985, is an exclusive yacht haven owned and operated by Club Náutico Moraira, and is a great spot for upmarket shopping, eating and people-watching.

Calpe
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Like so many Mediterranean coastal holiday resorts, Calpe, on the East Coast of Southern Spain, was originally a little fishing village. Today it is a busy town, but fishing is still important, and there is a fish auction at the port each afternoon, with chefs from the many excellent fish restaurants bidding for fresh seafood for your dinner!

Javea
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Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. Javea's coastline stretches from the Cova Tallá to the Cala de la Granadella, a distance of over 12 miles.

Moraira
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Moraira is a charming, upmarket seaside town, with narrow cobbled streets and an impressive marina, and stunning views across to El Peñon de Ifach, the rock of Calpe. Its sandy beaches are set in 5 miles of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains.

Things to do 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.

Exploring The Region

It is easy to explore the Costa Blanca and you don’t even need a car! The Alicante to Denia railway line runs for 58 miles along the Northern Coast of the province of Alicante and stops at around 40 stations, so you can visit Denia or Jávea for example, or go to Altea, a charming, medieval town built on a steep hillside and dominated by the blue dome of the church of Virgen del Consuelo. You can also check out Benidorm, still a top holiday destination welcoming millions of visitors every year to enjoy its great beaches and intense nightlife. You can travel to Benidorm by boat from the marina at Calpe – a great way to see the beaches, coves and cliffs of this remarkable coastline.

Golf

If your holiday would be incomplete without a few rounds of golf, you have come to the right place! Golf is a very big deal in Spain and at present there are 13 golf courses on the Costa Blanca which are affiliated to the Spanish Federation and can validate members’ handicaps internationally. Club de Golf Ifach, 2 miles from Calpe is part of the San Jaime Urbanisation in Moraira, and a good place to start, but you need to have a valid handicap certificate from your home club with you. It is a 9-hole course with a spectacular view looking back to the Peñón de Ifach. With just one putting green, it is one of the smaller courses around. However, it is deceptively difficult and not for the faint hearted! Javier Arana created the Ifach Club course to be short and tricky with numerous obstacles, so if you like a challenge, this may be for you.

Peñón de Ifach

The dramatic, gigantic, craggy limestone rock called Peñón de Ifach at Calpe is is over 300 metres tall. It sits in the sea, a mighty landmark that can be seen for miles, towering over the town and dividing the shoreline to create two gorgeous sandy beaches. Since 1987, Peñón de Ifach has been a protected nature reserve providing a safe haven for all kinds of wildlife and plants. For the very fit there is a walking route through a tunnel in the rock that takes you right to the top where the views over the bay are extraordinary. On a clear day you can see as far as Ibiza. Behind the town loom the the majestic Sierra Bernia Mountains, providing a beautiful, dramatic backdrop.

Beaches in Costa Blanca

Miles of white sand lapped by clean, clear, turquoise waters make the Costa Blanca a beach lovers dream. More than 100 beaches achieve the high standards required for the Blue flag scheme assuring the standards of cleanliness across the region. Good facilities and water sports are available at most resorts whilst those seeking peace and tranquillity can easily find a secluded cove for a day of rest and relaxation.

Advocat Cove

Advocat Cove is made up of gravel and fine sand and has a small breakwater at its Southern most point. This area is also perfect for peaceful walks. There is parking available as well as a beach bar and disabled access.

Altea

Small pebble coves dotted along the coast of Altea, some have been improved with sand recycled onto the beach. Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents.

Arenal & Cantal Roig-Calpe

Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina. The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening. The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available. Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept.

Arenal-Javea

The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea. There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire. The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade. In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips. Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops. The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept.

Benidorm

The famous Levante (sunrise) and Poniente (Sunset) stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length. Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around.

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Food & Drink in Costa Blanca

There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils.

For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman? A common occurrence in Javea and Moraira, purchasing straight from those that caught it not only ensures your food is as fresh as it possibly can be, it also means that you’re supporting the local industry – it’s something that’ll taste good and feel good!


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Markets

The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre. Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too. A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too.

Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada. It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira.

If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa. All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca.


Speciality Dishes - Puglia
Speciality Dishes

In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort. You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca, but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes...

Paella – Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing. Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests.

Cocido con Pelotas – Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried.

Arroz a banda – At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef. Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari (squid), shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic.







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You cannot ignore the prevalence of tapas dishes in this region of Spain, either. Though the above dishes are delectable too, there are few things more exciting in a meal than sharing a few small plates, giving you the option to sample as many bites as possible!

This is a growing notion in the UK too, and though tapas dishes feel like they could be difficult to recreate at home, in actual fact they are simple and easy to prepare – perfect to eat with a group of friends and a good bottle of wine. Here, we have easy versions of two Spanish favourites: Patatas bravas with chorizo, and Paella with squid. Enjoy!

Patatas bravas

<p>Patatas bravas   </p> -  Costa Blanca

For the Patatas bravas, you'll need:

  • 250g cooking chorizo
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 2 sliced garlic cloves
  • 1 chopped red chilli
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • Paprika
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Can of chopped tomatoes
  • 1kg of new potatoes, halved

Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes. To do this, you need to fry the onion, garlic, chilli, paprika and cayenne pepper in the olive oil until browned. Next, add the chopped tomatoes, combine, and leave it to simmer until a nice, thick paste is formed – this will take around 20 minutes.

In the meantime, steam the potatoes for around 10 minutes. In another frying pan, slowly cook the chorizo so that its oils are released. Once the potatoes are steamed, add them to the chorizo pan, and turn the heat up! Once browned, they are ready to serve up with your sauce.




Paella with squid

<p>Paella with squid   </p> -  Costa Blanca

For the Paella with squid, you'll need:

  • 200g of cooked, frozen prawns
  • 100g of frozen peas
  • 2 small chorizo sausages, sliced
  • 1 sliced onion
  • 1 chopped garlic clove
  • 600g cooked, plain rice
  • Half a teaspoon of turmeric
  • 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
  • Wedge or two of lemon to serve

To get started, put the olive oil in a frying pan and heat, before adding the chorizo, onion and garlic, allowing to cook until softened. Then add the turmeric, stirring the pan's contents as you go, before adding the prawns, peas and rice along with a good dose of boiling water, around 150ml.

Keep stirring until everything is combined and cooked through before serving – don't forget those lemon wedges, they make a great visual addition when plating up!

 
 
 


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