Waarom Costa Blanca

Waarom de Costa Blanca
de beste Spaanse regio is

De Costa Blanca heeft het gezondste klimaat ter wereld. Volgens de Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie bijna het perfecte klimaat voor de mens op aarde. We kunnen dat enkel bevestigen. Maar de Costa Blanca is zoveel meer dan enkel zon, zee en strand.

Those who come to the Costa Blanca find a higher quality of life. You experience peace and a slower pace, as well as culture and gastronomy. Within walking distance of the coast, you can still find affordable villas.

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En train de travailler... translates to "En train de travailler..." in French.

Although property prices in Spain are rising year after year, Costa Blanca remains very affordable.

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About 320 days a year the sun shines on the Costa Blanca. That means you can spend a lot of time outdoors.

Travail en cours...

On Spain's Costa Blanca, life ripples on at a very different pace.

Geniet van de rust

On the Costa Blanca, you eat healthy and fresh produce that you won't find in your own country.

Ontdek de cultuur

There is a huge amount of culture to discover in every region, village or city of Spain, but in Costa Blanca you will find it everywhere.

Beoefen tal van sporten

If you like a bit of activity, the Costa Blanca is the place to be. The region is known for its rich offer of various sports

Een parel, zowel aan de kust als in het binnenland

Wie er nog aan twijfelt: er valt heel veel te beleven aan de Costa Blanca. Eerste even dieper gaan kijken wat de Costa Blanca precies is. De Costa Blanca is een van de meest gekende costa’s in Spanje. Het is een kustregio die zich uitstrekt tussen Denia in het noorden en in het zuiden loopt het door nog een eindje onder Torrevieja. Maar ook landinwaarts gaat de Costa Blanca verder. Een misverstand is: een costa is kust en niet meer dan dat. Wel, vooral in het geval van de Costa Blanca kunnen we zeggen: fout! Ook het binnenland van de Costa Blanca is absoluut het verkennen waard.

The Costa Blanca can be divided into two major parts: Costa Blanca South and Costa Blanca North. The north includes towns like Benissa, Benitachell, Moraira, Calpe, Altea and L'Alfaz del Pi. The border - if there is one - is defined by Benidorm. The southern part of the Costa Blanca is then more likely to be Alicante, Torrevieja, Orihuela Costa. The northern part is generally more expensive than the southern part, with fewer large-scale new developments, but each location is different and each part has its own hotspots. From north to south, you are never far from the convenient AP-7 motorway.

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Guardamar del Segura is the first coastal resort of significance south of Alicante, with a selection of purpose-built tourist residences, predominantly flats, many overlooking the vast beach. Inland from Guardamar you'll find Rojales. With some stunning projects. The real hotspot of Costa Blanca South is Orihuela Costa. Stunning new construction projects along 10 kilometres south of Torrevieja. Some of the best-known spots include Punta Prima, Playa Flamenca, La Zenia, Cabo Roig, Dehesa de Campoamor and the inland areas of Los Dolses and Villamartin.

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Benidorm's skyscrapers loom large along the AP-7 motorway, marking the first major resort north of Alicante - Spain's tallest residential building, the Edificio Intempo, will be completed this year.
Over the years, Benidorm has lost none of its appeal as a colourful holiday hotspot. Calpe, with its unmissable Rock of Ifach, is the next popular resort, with an array of real estate along the coast and fanning out into the hills around it. After Calpe begins perhaps the most sought-after stretch of the Costa Blanca North coastline. Up to the picturesque resort of Moraira, pine-covered hills dotted with white villas end at the Med in low cliffs punctuated by small sandy coves.

Beyond Moraira, every property in the higher-lying areas of Benitachell and Cumbre del Sol offers incredible panoramic sea views, and beyond that you get to the pretty family resort of Jávea. Jávea is more family- and tourist-oriented than Moraira, and spread over three areas - the Pueblo, the Puerto and the Arenal beach area.
Moraira, on the other hand, has grown in a more controlled, organic way, from its original fishing village, which is still its heart. Moraira's residential areas fan out on the west or east side of the wooded valley behind it. A mix of villas, and small flats and townhouse complexes are on offer.

Notre sélection dans la Costa Blanca Nord

Nouvelle construction

Torre de la Horadada

Riomar

Apartment

v.a.€ 152.000

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Nouvelle construction

Finestrat

La Marina Beach

Apartment

v.a.€ 260.000

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Nouvelle construction

Orihuela

Huis in Orihuela

House

v.a.€ 359.000

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Onze selectie in Costa Blanca Zuid

Nouvelle construction

Torre de la Horadada

Riomar

Apartment

v.a.€ 152.000

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Nouvelle construction

Finestrat

La Marina Beach

Apartment

v.a.€ 260.000

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Nouvelle construction

Orihuela

Huis in Orihuela

House

v.a.€ 359.000

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Bekijk het volledig aanbod