Costa Blanca Surroundings

Come and enjoy a relaxing holiday on the
Spanish Costa Blanca.

Benitachell is a particularly charming Spanish village between Teulada and Javea and is beautifully situated. The long coastline is unique with its wild cliffs, caves and secluded bays, stroll through the narrow streets and enjoy the Spanish cuisine in the small bars. Well-known routes offer guided coastal walks leading to breathtaking bays, namely Cala del Moraig.

Moraira is an old fishing village that has developed over the years into an exclusive seaside resort. The ideal destination for any holidaymaker looking for unspoiled nature and peace. But also sports enthusiasts get their money’s worth. Numerous outdoor activities on the beaches, guided hikes, golf, cycling and much more are offered.

Here every holidaymaker finds his relaxation.

In the centre of Moraira lies a very beautiful marina, numerous restaurants with typical Spanish dishes and beautiful boutiques that invite you to stroll. Relax in the evening hours and enjoy the sunset overlooking the Peħon de Ifach.El Portet is a small unspoilt bay with fine sand and clear water, here you can go swimming in peace.

Javea is only 7 km away from Benitachell. It offers the tourists beaches and numerous bays like the natural Grandella bay with pebbles and rocks. A bay that is very popular with divers and snorkelers. This bay also offered a great scenery in different movies.

Javea also offers a fantastic beach with numerous bars and restaurants and the direct promenade invites you to stroll. You can also feel the holiday flair in the old town with its narrow streets, restaurants and the market hall.

In the heart of the Costa Blanca, now a tourist magnet, the city is ideally located, easily accessible via the A7 motorway and the N332. Calpe is an invitation for the senses. “El Peñon de Ifach” is a great part of its culture. There are many places of interest in Calpe. An absolute must.

Festivals & Fallas
Famous festivals like the “Fallas” and the “Moros y Christianos” are unique. They take place in every city and represent an ancient tradition. The locals dress up as Moors or Christians and fight against each other. This grandiose festival takes place in Moraira in June.


The Underwater Museum in the new Centre of Sciences and Arts in Valencia is the largest of its kind in Europe with an area of 110,000 square metres. There are 45,000 animals – 500 different species, including fish, mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates – such as sharks, penguins, dolphins, sea lions, walruses, belugas and much more – all inhabit nine underwater towers. Each tower is divided into two levels, so treat yourself to a day in Valencia with its Art Nouveau facades, university quarter and beautiful harbour. The large zoo, where the animals are not confined, as well as the market hall and railway station built in Art Nouveau style.

Alicante is a port city with a beautiful seafront promenade and beautiful narrow streets in the city centre. Here you can stay in the cafes and restaurants or go shopping.

Postiguet beach
The most prominent beach is a popular destination also for the locals on weekends. You’ll be thrilled by the stunning beauty of the waves.

Castle of Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Castle is one of the top attractions in Alicante. The castle has archaeological remains from the Bronze Age, Iberian and Roman periods. Built on a mountain 166 m high, the castle overlooks the beach and the city.