This unique climate has often been referred to as the Florida of Europe. While temperatures at the coast are mild, on average around 17° C, it seldom rains. Inland the rainfall is higher which guarantees enough water for the Coastal regions. The sea around the Costa Blanca is so clean it has received more "blue flags" from the European Community than any other stretch of coast in Europe. The lack of heavy industry in this area and the environmental protection both contribute to the regions high standards. Each corner of this coast has is own attractions. The Costa Blanca has many.
Art and Culture
From traditional fiestas such as "Moors and Christians" dating back to the 16th century, to classical and modern art, music and theatre, the Costa Blanca has something to offer for everyone. Traditional local handicrafts are abundant!
Towns and Communities
the most famous towns of the Costa Blanca region are Javea (with the healthiest weather condition throughout Europe), Denia, Calpe, Moraira and the wonderful valley of Jalon.
Due to the continual increase in tourism, sport has become a focal point on the Costa Blanca. Over 10 golf courses, around 20 marinas, numerous surf, sail and diving schools, swimming pools and tennis courts where one can relax and enjoy one's sports and pastimes. The natural landscape of the Costa Blanca is ideal for the sport minded - the sea and sands for water sports, the rolling hills for mountain-bikers and walkers, and open countryside for horse riding
Members from all fields of the medical profession, in conjunction with the Spanish social and health authorities, offer first class treatment and care.
The international airports of Alicante and Valencia offer daily connections within Europe. Flying time to the larger European cities is approx. 2 hours. International rail and coach connections via Alicante and Valencia are also possible. The A7 motorway provides direct connection to Europe and its motorways.