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I'm 40+ years old living on the Costa Blanca South. My husband and I live here, We take pride in our properties and are responsive to any of our Guests needs. Since we are local, we deal with our guests directly – from key exchanges, to cleaning, to repairs, and anything in between. All of our properties are fully furnished and have all the amenities of home!
he Costa Blanca is renowned for its turquoise waters, miles of white sandy beaches, fiery fiestas and sizzling nightlife. Visitors adore the ease of its home comforts and family-friendly amenities, while many more are seduced by unexplored valleys, pretty hilltop hamlets and unspoilt fishing villages. Year-round sunshine makes Costa Blanca an ideal choice for every type of villa holiday – whether you seek peace and relaxation, fun and recreation, or a perfect balance between the two.
The Villas fit in seamlessly with its natural surroundings and offers a charming atmosphere appealing to those who enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle.
Just a very short drive away, you'll find the beaches of Campoamor, La Zenia, Playa Flamenca and El Capitan the perfect places to escape and enjoy the sun and sea, where you can also find an array of shops and places to eat in the town. In addition, the nearby town of San Miguel de Salinas offers the opportunity to experience traditional Spanish culture with some lovely bars, quaint restaurants and a weekly market. Las Colinas Golf & Country Club caters for all tastes and age groups and is the perfect place for an active or relaxing break.
Atmospheric evenings in Costa Blanca
In the Costa Blanca, nightlife can be as leisurely, low-key or lively as you wish. Recognised as one of the Mediterranean's top nightspots, you'll find hundreds of bars and cafes throughout the region. The discos and cabarets, clubs and pubs are all popular, while live music ranges from salsa and jazz to flamenco.
Away from the bustling resorts, a number of small, intimate village retreats offer traditional home-cooking and locally produced wine. Visit the region's wealth of tapas bars for a true taste of Spanish flavours.
Retail therapy in Costa Blanca
From jewellery and perfume to leather and lace and an abundance of shoes - shopping on the Costa Blanca is a real treat. The shop-lined streets of coastal towns and popular factory outlets offer an excellent choice of goods. Prices also tend to compare favourably with the rest of Europe.
Local markets sell essentials, arts, crafts and fresh produce – in particular, colourful ceramics and edible souvenirs. Why not pick up your own paella pan and create a typical Spanish experience back at your villa.
On the beach in Costa Blanca
The Costa Blanca's main attraction is its stunning coastline, which is lined with Blue Flag beaches famed for cleanliness, pure waters and pristine white sands.
From well-known beaches to secluded coves and rocky bays, there's a wealth of shoreline to choose from, some perfect for swimming and waterskiing, others for windsurfing, snorkelling and hiring pedalos. Numerous other beaches, mainly golden sand, can be found in the surrounding area. Local facilities cater superbly for every visitor, whether families or couples
Fun-packed days in Costa Blanca
Those looking for sightseeing, sporting or tourist activities in the Costa Blanca will be spoilt for choice. You can pick from theme parks and nature reserves, enchanting caves and waterfalls to explore during your holiday.
Golf courses and watersports fill the coastline, along with a wide range of excursions. Explore inland villages, vineyards and fragrant citrus groves, or visit the historical churches dotted throughout the region. Travelling between resorts and towns is easy. Good road networks make car journeys stress-free and buses are both frequent and inexpensive.