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Without doubt the Costa del Sol is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Stretching from Almeria to Tarifa, it . . .
Costa Blanca is the name given to Alicante's coastline in Spain, which stretches over 200 kilometers. It is an incredibly . . .
Whether you are looking for sandy beaches, rocky coves, tranquil villages or mountain scenery, Spain's Costa Brava has . . .
The Costa Azahar, meaning "the orange blossom coast", is located in the province of Castellon, to the north of the city of Valencia. It lies . . .
Its location at the southernmost point of the Iberian Peninsula and its outstanding climate have made this region an object of desire . . .
The Costa Dorada is one of the main tourist destinations on the Mediterranean. It is a rich and varied territory, with a . . .
Without doubt the Costa del Sol is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Stretching from Almeria to Tarifa, it caters for all tastes, ages and nationalities; with such a wide range of facilities and attractions there is something for everyone to enjoy. Miles of sandy beaches, fantastic all year round warm climate and modern facilities keep tourists flocking back year after year to resorts such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbellaand Estepona.
East of Malaga is less popular than west, but no less appealing, from Rincon de la Victoria, Torre del Mar and Velez Malaga, to Nerja. The area combines beautiful coastline with white-washed villages and some of the most spectacular inland scenery of the Axarquía.
The area’s history dates back to the Phoenicians and has since been inhabited by Greeks, Romans and Moors, all of whom have left their mark on the architecture and culture of the region. The Costa del Sol is as much steeped in culture as any other region of Andalucia; from Picasso, to bullfighting, flamenco to the colourful ferias, the region has an immense cultural offering.
Chic and full of life you will never get bored on the Costa del sol, a choice of off-plan and re-sale properties to suit all budgets are just waiting for you in this region. Easy accessible transport from all major city's across Europe it is a place for great rental potential as well as a beautiful place to live.
Costa Blanca is the name given to Alicante's coastline in Spain, which stretches over 200 kilometers. It is an incredibly popular holiday destination for tourists, because of the marvelous weather and beaches. Costa Blanca is family friendly, thanks to the huge range of activities available there from beaches and golf to museums and parks. There are the beaches, such as Los Náufragos in Torrevieja with its volleyball nets, golden sands and Blue Flag status, or smaller beaches like Serragrosa with its crystal waters, ideal for swimmers. But there are also golf courses (such as the Villaitana club de golf near Benidorm) and watersports facilities and cultural sites like museums and galleries.
Other towns to visit in this region are Moiraira, Javea and Denia all situated close to each other they are certainly an area to explore.
Moraira is on the coast below Javea. It has grown from being a small fishing village to an attractive holiday and retirement town. Moraira is still small and compact, ideal for the older person. The buildings are all low-rise and probably because of this it retains it’s unique charm. It does have a small main beach but the there is a hidden gem just round the corner. It is a little known beach area called El Portet, almost like a Caribbean bay, the water is turquoise, the road to it is winding, the hills are alive with pine trees. The waters are very calm and it is also safe for children.
Perched on an outcrop of the Costa Blanca, where the surrounding mountains and the Mediterranean Sea form a natural climate control unparalleled in Europe, sheltered from cold north winds by the Montgo Massif, Javea is blessed with sunny, temperate weather all year round. Javea is located just about midway between the two main airports on the Coast, Alicante International to the north and Valencia Airport to the south, with approximately an hour’s driving time to either one. The town is also at the easternmost point of the Coast. Residents are fond of pointing out that they are the first in the country to watch the sun rise over the sea, if they happen to be early risers!
The Costa Dorada is one of the main tourist destinations on the Mediterranean. It is a rich and varied territory, with a long coastline bathed in sunshine and an interior dotted by quiet villages and cultivated fields. The Costa Dorada is much more than sun, sea and sand. It offers its visitors a wide range of leisure activities, culture, nature and history in an ideal setting of peace and tranquillity, perfect for holidays with the whole family.
The Costa Dorada has a total of 216km of coastline. The name means the Golden Coast and the beautiful region suits its name well, with its long stretches of golden beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters.
The lowlands between the coast and the mountains enjoy an expansive natural landscape with peaceful villages and farms surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, almonds, and market gardens.
The Costa Dorada receives an average of 3.5 million visitors a year. Many of the towns on the Costa Dorada are built around a castle or fortress. Most towns and villages are small and traditional, not having been overdeveloped with tourism. Yet they are friendly and well equipped with excellent amenities for holidaymakers. Maybe a good potential as an emerging area in Spain to invest for a rental project?
Whether you are looking for sandy beaches, rocky coves, tranquil villages or mountain scenery, Spain's Costa Brava has something to offer you. Situated in the north-east of the country overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa Brava region enjoys hot summers and mild winters, making it an all-year-round holiday destination. The Costa Brava is a fabulous area of the world to live with its mix of countryside, coast and restaurants. In recent years, road connections have improved and it is now possible to reach Barcelona in around an hour and a half by car or by train. The airport at Girona has flights across Europe while Barcelona Airport connects worldwide.
It is fair to say that much of the property sold on the Costa Brava is for second homes and holiday apartments giving this area a perfect opportunity for rental potential so a great investment area to consider. There is also a thriving year-round community in the working towns like Torroella de Montgri, Palafrugell, Palamos, Platja d'Aro and Sant Feliu de Guixols.
Most foreign owners come directly to the coast and while there are an increasing number of permanent residents in the seaside villages, a greater attraction could be the countryside and villages inland which often feel as if they have a more thriving local community during the off-season months.
The Costa Azahar, meaning "the orange blossom coast", is located in the province of Castellon, to the north of the city of Valencia. It lies between Catalonia in the north and the Costa Blanca in the south. This picturesque coastline is around 115 kms long and is full of rugged mountain back drops, nature parks and first class beaches. Some of the best beaches on the Costa Azahar can be found at Benicassim, Castello-Grao, Alcossebre, Peniscola, Oropesa, Torreblanca, Benicarló y Vinarós.
Its location at the southernmost point of the Iberian Peninsula and its outstanding climate have made it an object of desire for millennia, coveted by the Tartessians, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths and Moors. There is one attraction after another along these 200 km of the peninsula’s finest golden sands.
Sanlúcar de Barrameda is at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, the natural channel along which major cultures and civilisations have travelled, leaving behind their indelible marks. Its exceptional location opposite Doñana National Park, Spain’s most important Biological Reserve, makes it an ideal starting point for visitors who want to reach this nature area. The popular Bajo de Guía Beach is where its famous horse races are held every year.
Chipiona, Rota, El Puerto de Santa María, Puerto Real, Chiclana, Conil, Barbate and Tarifa are some of the main towns and cities, with spacious beaches, tourism infrastructures and clear waters. These areas are perfect for windsurfing. While underwater fishing is also popular in the crystalline waters off the numerous beaches: Los Lances, Bolonia, Punta Paloma, de la Plata, Valdevaqueros and Torre de la Peña.
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