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Villas in 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! If you just want to relax, you’ve come to the right place – the beaches are spectacular, and your private pool at the villa is quiet, perfect 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.

Why visit Costa Blanca?
  • Sun, sea and sandy beaches
  • Tasty cuisine including paella
  • The iconic rock at Calpe Beach
  • 300 days of sunshine a year!
  • A day trip to Valencia!
  • Charming villages to explore

Calpe Moraira Javea Calpe Moraira Javea

Why book a villa in Costa Blanca 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!

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!

Calpe is a good choice if you want to soak up some classic Spanish culture by strolling through the winding streets full of Gothic architecture and spots for a quick bite of tapas. Las Salinas Natural Park is just outside the town and an important haven for wildlife, especially birds. In Calpe, pick up something for dinner at the famous fish market and get creative with the BBQ at your villa. Moraira is a charming, upmarket seaside town with stunning views back across to El Peñon de Ifach and 5 miles of beach, great for families. From Javea, you can enjoy the endless golden beaches and hike on Montgo Mountain before an upmarket dinner at the marina.


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!


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 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.

If you can drag yourself away from your villa, Costa Blanca has so many activities on offer and fun places to explore. Take a walk through the beautiful scenery or cool off with a choice of watersports. Families will love the stunning beaches and can even try out some horseriding lessons, while culture enthusiasts can explore the region by train.



Costa Blanca is a family-orientated destination, with a great choice of beautiful beaches that the whole family with love! From long sandy stretches with calm waters, lifeguards and sandcastle competitions to picturesque pebbly coves that are great for paddling and snorkelling, you can easily enjoy quality time together at the beach.  


Exploring The Region By Train

It is easy to explore the Costa Blanca – even if you don’t have a hire 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. Visit Denia or Javea, stop off at the charming town of Altea, or head to the bright lights of Benidorm – the choice is yours.  



If you enjoy a few rounds of golf on holiday, you have come to the right place! Golf is a very big deal in Spain and Costa Blanca has some great courses to choose from. Club de Golf Ifach is a 9-hole course with a spectacular view looking back to the Peñón de Ifach. Or, try the Club de Golf Javea, another 9-hole course with fantastic views of Montgo Mountain.



Horseriding has long been a tradition in Spain, influenced by the Moors. Costa Blanca is surrounded by spectacular scenery and countryside, perfect for horseriding. Whether you are a beginner or already an intermediate rider, you will be able to organise riding lessons as well as rides into the surroundings countryside.


Walking Routes

With spectacular scenery and beautiful countryside, Costa Blanca is popular with walkers. There are many marked routes and ‘miradors’ – points of natural beauty – to be explored. In Javea, Montgo Mountain Natural Park has lots of walking routes varying in difficulty – you can even climb to the top of the mountain. In Calpe, the summit of Peñón de Ifach can be reached via a tunnel and offers panoramic views along the coast and on a clear day, to Ibiza some 60 miles away.



Famous for its spectacular coastline, it’s no wonder Costa Blanca is also so popular for watersport enthusiasts. From jet skis and parasailing to stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking, there is so much to choose from. Snorkelling and diving are popular options, and boat trips can be arranged to see the beautiful coastline. You’ll be able to organise water-based activities from all 3 of our Costa Blanca resorts.

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.



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 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 Beach, Javea

The famous horseshoe bay of Arenal has soft sand and a gentle slope into the sea, making is a great choice for families. The beach is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade. You’ll also find a great selection of watersports on offer, from jet skis and paddle boarding to kayaks and pedaloes. This Blue Flag beach has public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire.


Cala Ambolo

This relatively quiet picturesque cove consists of shingle and pebbles and is used by naturists.


Cala Blanca

Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling.


Cala Granadella

Cala Grandella is small but full of character, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water. A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Shower and toilet facilities are also present.


Cala la Barraca Portitxol

Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling. There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach.



Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach. Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept.


La Ampolla

The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from centre of Moraira. With fine sand and shallows waters this is a great choice for families, with good children's facilities and a playpark. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. The beach is Blue Flag approved and a lifeguard is present between 1 June to 30 Sept.


Cala Pope Tango

Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar.


Cala Sardinera

Close to Xabia, this is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot.


El Benissero

El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos. Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here.


El Portet

A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast. The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept.


Javea Beach & Promenade

The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night. Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July (normally) as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta.


La Fossa Beach

La Fossa Beach, also called Levante beach, is one of the most popular beaches in Calpe. Overlooked by the Peñón de Ifach rock, this wide bay has fine golden sand and beautiful clear waters. You’ll find sunbeds and parasols to hire as well as beach sports, sailing and windsurfing on offer. The beach is backed by a promenade where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another.


La Fustera

Urbanization La Fustera is beside Altamira in the Benissa area and joins the sea at the Cala and beach of La Fustera. In the background the first promontary is Cap Blanc of Moraira -Teulada and the second is the Cap d'Or beside El Portet. You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates. Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby.


La Grava

A pebbly/shingle beach close to the port of Javea, the facilities of the town are within easy reach and limited parking is available along the seafront. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat.


Playa De Albir

Located close to the pretty town of Altea, Playa de Albir sits at the foot of the Sierra De Helada. The shingle/sand beach has good facilities with beach bar restaurant and many bars and restaurants in the resort of Albir. Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept.


Moraira beach

Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking.


Ministre Platgeta de la Reina

This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance.


Segon Muntanyar

Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services.


Primera Caleta Cala Blanca

This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot. You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby.


Puerto Blanco-Calpe

A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available.


Segona Caleta Cala Blanca

This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot. You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby.


L'Advocat Cove

L'Advocat Cove is between Calpe and Moraira and 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.

With its warm climate, safe environment and wide-ranging activities, Costa Blanca is a great destination for children of all ages. You’ll find a good choice of attractions and facilities within easy reach of each of the resorts. In Javea you'll find the sandy Arenal Beach, with a wide selection of watersports as well as sandcastle competitions and beach sports. Or, why not try your hand at crazy golf or tennis? In nearby Calpe, there is go karting and horseriding as well as pedaloes and jet ski tours. The Blue Flag Ampolla Beach in Moraira is fantastic for younger children, with golden sand and shallower waters. If you are feeling active why not rent a kayak and explore the local bays?

If you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday to top up your tan, the best time to visit Costa Blanca is between June and September. During these months it very rarely rains and temperatures average between mid to late twenties, however beaches are busier during the school holidays. The shoulder seasons of May and October are ideal for visiting cities and exploring some of the fantastic hiking routes that Costa Blanca has to offer, with slightly cooler temperatures.