Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca (Spanish, meaning "white coast") is a coastal area belonging to the province of Alicante in the Valencian region on the south-east coast of Spain, known for its white coastal strips and the beaches that gave its name its name. In addition to the white coasts, the region is famous for being the paella's homeland and the citrus fruits of the Valencian plant's crops are exported worldwide.

The World Health Organization, WHO, classifies the coastal strip as one of the healthiest places in the world to live on. Rheumatologists and others with ache or joint disorder feel better on the Costa Blanca. This is mainly due to the many sun days and the heat that is distributed unusually evenly over the year with an average temperature of 20 degrees C.

The Costa Blanca on the Spanish East Coast has a wonderful climate. Here the sun shines 320 days a year and the pleasant climate gives you energy to utilize all the possibilities of the area. The Costa Blanca has everything from magnificent golf courses and lovely sandy beaches to exciting ancient monuments and also a modern city offering cinemas, shopping and restaurants.