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Costa Blanca
Dubbed The White Coast by the Ancient Greeks who visited here, the Costa Blanca is today one of Spain's principal tourist spots. Millions flock here every year for the radiant sunshine, white sand and exciting entertainment.

There is so much more to the Costa Blanca than it's tourist hotspots. Small, sandy coves, rugged hillsides and delightful, rural landscape, dotted with orange groves and sleepy Moorish villages.

To the South see the citrus and palm filled parks of Elche, with its date plantations. Once again the town of Torrevieja has been voted one of Spain's ten cleanest towns and has been awarded an 'Escoba de Plata' (silver broom) in Madrid.
All of the beaches in Alicante Province have been passed fit for bathing in the latest water quality report from the EU Enviroment Commission. Spanish beaches are far and away the best in the EU. The whole of the UK has only four blue flag beaches - the same number as Torrevieja alone.

Then proceeding North along the coast, stop, shop and enjoy the cosmopolitan city and abundant delights of the capital, Alicante.
Continuing North enjoy the spectacle of the hanging, painted houses of Villajoyosa. The excitement of the many attractions of Benidorm, including Terra Mitica the newest and largest Theme Park in Europe and Aqualandia the wonderful waterpark and it's unforgettable rides. Benidorm is also home to the internationally renowned Benidorm Palace with it's Dinner show and dancing from Tuesday to Saturday.
hanging painted houses of Villajoyosa
Altea, the cultural and artistic centre of the Costa Blanca
Still travelling North, visit Altea, the cultural and artistic centre of the Costa Blanca, with it's modern University and brand new Arts Theatre complementing the traditional fishing port and still proudly hosting the best open air market along this stretch of coastline. Her steeply sloping pathways, flanked by art and craft shops, open air bistros and every variety of international restaurant, lead the visitor up to a renowned and beautiful blue domed church.
Beginning a foray inland at this point, explore the mountain-top fortress of Guadalest, offering unforgettable mountain and lakeside views. Returning down the valley just a few kilometers, take the opportunity to stroll beside, or swim in, the natural pools and waterfalls of Algar.
Peñón de Ifach. Calpe
Once returned to the coast, proceed northwards visiting Calpe and its famous Peñón de Ifach. Try lunching in the traditional fishing port and dine in one of the town's many and varied restaurants. The sandy beaches here will delight the most discerning holidaymaker.
Resuming your journey, visit the pretty village of Moraira, with its modern sports marina and the coastal remains of a Moorish castle, which was once, reputedly, home to the Princess Aira, after whom the town was named.

Costa Calida


La Manga del Mar Menor is idyllically situated right by the Mediterranean Sea on the Costa Calida in the southeast of Spain, in the region of Murcia. Here you will find one of the sunniest areas of Europe, with 320 sunny days a year. It is one of the most sought after Mediterranean areas. A paradise between two seas, it has immense treasures to offer to all. Apart from water sports and boating, bars, restaurants and an active nightlife, several golf courses are to be found in the Costa Calida area. The beaches stretch along the coastline on both sides of La Manga. For those who feel like relaxing on the beach, it is easy to find a pleasant spot on the soft sand. Or you can stroll along the beautiful and green promenades and enjoy the sun twinkling on the sea. If you need a break, you can sit at one of the many bars or restaurants along the promenade and enjoy a drink.
The Mar Menor, Europe’s largest salt water lagoon, is famous for its black mud which is said to bring relief from many ailments from arthritis to eczema. There are also many health spas and thermal baths in the Province of Murcia.
There are also many health spas and thermal baths in the Province of Murcia
The interior of the Murcia Region

The interior of the Murcia Region
The interior of the Murcia Region is ideal for those in search of relaxation, nature, sport and good food. The mountains here are full of wild game and woodland, and crowned with castles, fortresses, hermitages and convents. Stories and ancient legends enshroud these evocative, welcoming parts, inviting you with their robust, tasty cuisine to enjoy a few days´ relaxation in the fresh country air. Quiet, sleepy towns, such as Moratalla, Mula, Bullas, Cehegín, Caravaca, Jumilla, Yecla, and numerous other localities open their doors to visitors in search of new, tranquil sensations, those who want to lose themselves for a few hours among holms, pines, oaks and junipers, visit archaeological sites, experience traditional lifestyles, and, to get their strength back, sit down to a hearty stew, some migas or a tasty dish of game, accompanied by a fine bottle of local Denominación de Origen wine.
The more adventurous can paddle down river by canoe, go potholing, climbing, hiking, horse riding and cycling. Those who prefer can learn to knead bread, make homemade cakes, distil essences and liqueurs, cut honeycomb or make cheese. It is a question of taste.
Cartagena, Spain - This refreshingly un-touristy town on Spain's Murcia coast was once the main naval base for the country. Forts and old naval walls peek between Moorish-influenced buildings, and the maze of ancient streets leads to Roman ruins left behind from long ago. Founded by the Carthaginians in 221 B.C., Cartagena offers its visitors amphitheaters and archaeological museums to explore, as well as an embarrassment of beachfront riches. Small restaurants line the picturesque shores serving marinated octopus and piping hot paellas, perhaps with a cold cerveza or a glass of port wine to anyone who wants to watch the Mediterranean waves of the Costa Calida.
Puerto de Mazarron - The port occupies the western end of the bay and consists of a small inlet in the form of a shell bounded to the south by Cabezo del Puerto and to the north by Punta del Rigüete. It is located 200 mtrs from the seafront promenade opposite Mazarron beach. - The next stop after Cartagena is Mazarron, whose magnificent bay can be admired from the main road. The town meets the sea at the tourist centre where there are more than 35km of beaches. Its most important monument is the Castle of Los Velez.


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