The Costa Blanca has everything to offer for holidaymakers!
The average temperature in winter is about 16ºC.
In spring and autumn the average temperature is around 20ºC.
In summer, the average temperature is about 35ºC
The Costa Blanca is located on the east side of the Spanish mainland. In the south, the region borders on the Costa Calída
and in the north on the Costa del Azahar. The coast borders the Mediterranean.
Alicante is one of the most famous cities on the Costa Blanca with its beautiful palm boulevard and pleasant shopping street. The coast owes its good reputation to the kilometers of beaches of +/- 50m wide and attracts many sun worshipers and pleasure seekers. The sun is almost always shining and the azure blue Mediterranean Sea invites for a swim all year round. The sandy beaches nearby are about 10 minutes away by car and can be reached up to the beach itself. The beach slopes gradually into the sea and is therefore very suitable for children and there is also play equipment available. The beach is guarded by lifeguards during high season.
Exciting adventures on the Costa Blanca
"Spending the winter under the Spanish sun."
During the winter months, especially many people over 50 flock to the Costa Blanca.
In winter there is a pleasant temperature that varies between 16 and 21 degrees.
In summer life goes on here 24 hours a day; in the winter months it is quieter, but there is still plenty to do.
The salt lakes are particularly popular with people with heart problems, rheumatism, arthritis or asthmatic conditions where the healing powers of the salt lakes are said to provide relief from the pain associated with these diseases.
As a result, this region has become one of the most popular places in Europe to spend the winter.
Thanks to our extremely competitive prices for winter visitors, you do not have to be rich to spend the winter in Spain every year.
Food prices are also a lot lower in Spain than in the Netherlands or Belgium.
Shopping / Parties
In all towns and villages there are various shops for daily shopping (chemist, bakery, cigar shop and large supermarkets). If you really want to take a day out, you can take advantage of cities such as Alicante and Elche where there are large shopping centers. In Torrevieja you have the Habaneras shopping center and La Zenia Boulevard, which is very popular with shoppers. There are many parties and typical Spanish customs in the summer months. Local parties with and without parades and always ending with fireworks.
More about parties and memorial days under activities.
Sights / Excursions
The beautiful historic castle of Santa Barbara, in Alicante, is well worth a visit. The castle is located on the Benacantil hill from where you have a beautiful view over the city. In Elche you can visit the Priests Garden with a wide variety of plants, shrubs, cacti and the famous eight-trunk Imperial Palm. Or a trip through the palm forest of Elche (Organized). You can also visit the 17th century St. Mary's Church, located in the old city center, where the Passion Play The Mystery of Elche is performed every year. In Torrevieja you will find a real water attraction park Aquópolis open from June to September (Note: this is fun for young and old!). In addition, you can go on a fantastic jeep safari through the hinterland that you really should not miss! Of course there are many more excursions to discover.
Guardamar and Torrevieja are medium-sized towns at 8 and 7 km away from La Marina. In Guardamar there is a very large market on Wednesdays where most of the locals get their daily shopping. Torrevieja is more focused on the tourist and has a large pleasant boulevard with many shops and restaurants.