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Area Guides for Costa Blanca (South)

The Costa Blanca South is home to numerous stunning resorts and towns, stretching across the entire coastline. From Alicante at the top of the Costa Blanca South, right down to Pilar de la Horadada at the bottom and all the towns in between offer stunning  coastal views, warm temperatures as well as presenting a real feel for Spanish culture.  

Before you visit the Costa Blanca South, it is important to get an understanding of which on the stunning areas within this coastal gem is right for you. Whether you are looking to simply get a feel for the area, or are toward the end of your research for investing in a property on the Costa Blanca South, we’ve provided a list of area guides that seek to offer as much information as possible to the resort towns in this particular region of the Costa Blanca.  

Area Guide to Orihuela Costa

Stretching along 16 kilometres of coastline and reaching inland to the city of Orihuela, the Orihuela Costa encompasses some of the Costa Blanca’s most popular tourist destinations and Spain’s most sought-after property locations.

Area Guide to Punta Prima

Punta Prima is the most northerly of the Orihuela Costa coastal urbanisations and comprises a number of smaller communities including La Florida, Los Almendros, Los Altos, Dream Hills and La Cenuelica.

Area Guide to Playa Flamenca

Playa Flamenca is a small beach resort on the Mediterranean coastline and forms part the Orihuela Costa region.  Popular with second-home owners and tourists alike, Playa Flamenca traces its origins as far back as 1972 when Flemish investors created the Blue Flag beach resort.

Area Guide to La Zenia

La Zenia is part of the string of Orihuela Costa urbanisations in the Alicante province, situated on the eastern coast of the beautiful Mediterranean.

Area Guide to Los Dolses

Mid-way between Villamartin and La Zenia is the beautiful area of Los Dolses in Orihuela Costa.  Centrally located, Los Dolses is ideally situated within just a few minutes of the beautiful Costa Blanca beaches.

Area Guide to Villamartin

The urbanization of Villamartin is one of the more established areas on the Costa Blanca South and is situated in Orihuela Costa at the southern end of the Alicante region.

Area Guide to Cabo Roig

Cabo Roig, which translates as ‘red cape’, is one of the string of urbanisations forming the Orihuela Costa region of the Province of Alicante in the southern Costa Blanca.

Area Guide to Campoamor

Situated on the eastern Mediterranean coastline of the southern Costa Blanca, Campoamor is one of the Orihuela Costa’s most beautiful beach resorts, nestled between the busy tourist hub of Cabo Roig and the neighbouring Mil Palmeras to the south.

Area Guide to Mil Palmeras

Mil Palmeras is a beach resort situated on the eastern Mediterranean coastline of the southern Costa Blanca and forms part of the Orihuela Costa.

Area Guide to Torre de la Horadada

Stationed at the most southerly end of the Spanish Costa Blanca, Torre de la Horadada is a town experiencing a marked surge in popularity.

Area Guide to Pilar de la Horadada

A little known Mediterranean gem, Pilar de la Horadada sits on the border of the Alicante and Murcia regions and lays claim to being the most southerly town on the Costa Blanca.

Area Guide to Pinar de Campoverde 

Pinar de Campoverde literally translates as ‘pine forest and green fields’ and perfectly reflects its privileged location nestled into a lush pine clad hillside at the foot of the Sierra de Escalona mountains.

Area Guide Ciudad Quesada

Set on a hillside Ciudad Quesada (or as it is simply known, Quesada) is situated approximately 8 kilometres inland and a 10 minute drive from the Blue Flag beaches of Guardamar del Segura.

Area Guide to Rojales

A traditional Spanish town dating back to the 8th century and the Moorish occupation of Spain, Rojales is situated slightly inland of Guardamar del Segura and close to the town of Ciudad Quesada.

Area Guide to Guardamar del Segura

Guardamar del Segura is a beautiful, largely unspoilt coastal resort situated on the southern Costa Blanca, sandwiched between Santa Pola to the north and Torrevieja to the south.

Area Guide to Algorfa

Nestled in stunning beautiful Spanish countryside, Algorfa is a traditional agricultural village situated just 16 km or 15 minutes from the spectacular Mediterranean coast of the southern Costa Blanca.

Area Guide to Benijofar

A relaxing and tranquil alternative to some of the busier coastal resorts, Benijofar is situated slightly inland but within easy reach of all the main tourist resorts and larger towns along the southern Costa Blanca.

Area Guide to Torrevieja

Stretching along a full 14km of the Costa Blanca coastline, the city of Torrevieja (which translates as ‘Old Tower’) is situated midway between Alicante to the north and Murcia in the south.

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