From north to south, there are two hundred kilometers of coast to know. It is the same sea, but it looks different. Navy blue between a sky full of sun and a carpeted floor of bright ivory sand. The Costa Blanca is made up of smooth sand beaches, but also boulders polished by waves and extensive dunes that change shape with the wind. On the way you will find coves of peaceful surroundings, imposing cliffs, underwater caves and forests that go down to the shore. For those looking for beach and warmth, it will be difficult to choose a single destination. Around the beaches opens a whole world of possibilities. You will find very different towns and cities, but all of them accustomed to offer the visitor a quality service and its best image. Variety in the offer and a climate that accompanies the whole year, have made the Costa Blanca a place to want to return. Visit PorMarina, give a new course to your destination and live Denia (Costa BLANCA)
The Costa Blanca is the tourist name given to the Mediterranean coast located in the southeast of Spain, province of Alicante, which comprises from the municipality of Denia to that of Pilar de la Horadada
The Costa Blanca is blue. The color of the near 59 flags that accredit the quality of the waters of its more than 200 kilometers of coastline that are lost in the sea. By something Alicante is the province with more distinctions of this type in all Spain. There are more than 170 beaches and coves that welcome visitors who can enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine a year. With fine sand, with boulders, hidden behind the dunes, on the edge of pinnacles, under steep cliffs, urban, hidden, with calm waters or wind curled.
To the north, in the region of the Marina Alta, the mountainous landscape approaches the shore to form cliffs and unrepeatable coves that appear between long beaches of fine sand in Denia, Jávea or Benissa. While passing through Benidorm, you will find the most renowned and frequented beaches. To the south, from Alicante to Pilar de la Horadada, the landscape changes and abrupt cut bays transform into dunes, especially in Guardamar del Segura, which guide the steps through wetlands and salt marshes, such as the Lagunas de La Mata in Torrevieja Or El Hondo in Elche, hardly accessible in other areas.
To the crystalline waters of which to enjoy in the coast is also added the quality of the services that lend themselves in the surroundings, with a great hotel supply that delights of anybody and also of facilities on foot of sand where to enjoy, to have fun And share the leisure, without forgetting the infinite possibilities for lovers of water sports. There are terraces, restaurants, bars that watch the sun go down, areas for accessible bathing, children’s activities, windsurfing, sailing, diving, but also solitude with the whisper of waves, peace, calm waters and spaces to get lost.
Beaches and coves Fine sand, boulders, dunes and steep cliffs, on the edge of the city or in paradisiac corners. A great deal to choose from.
Champions like Severiano Ballesteros or José María Olazábal have put the stamp to some of the fields of the province
Alicante is dyed green. The golf courses that extend through the province have become an offer of international reference for the practice of this sport. Not only for the quality of the lawn but also for the services that surround each of these centers, both in accommodation and restaurants as in the complementary offer of leisure and relaxation. The proximity between the fields and the good connections by road make that lovers of this sport can enjoy during their stay of different experiences of game in surroundings with sea view or surrounded by spectacular mountains and valleys.
The courses include practice areas, for beginners and perfect golfers, but also demanding holes, which become real challenges when the numerous competitions included in the Costa Blanca’s golf calendar.
Although the main ally for lovers of the green on the Costa Blanca is the climatology, which makes it possible to practice throughout the year. This was understood by champions such as Severiano Ballesteros, José María Olazábal or Jack Nicklaus, who designed some of these courses that stretch from Denia to Orihuela. An excellent opportunity to know the closest municipalities and enjoy leisure, gastronomy or culture able to satisfy the most varied tastes.
To make it easier, Alicante has the Association of Golf Courses on the Costa Blanca and the Club of Friends Golf Costa Blanca.
At the moment, more than half a million visitors come here seeking the practice of this sport.