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Alicante and Costa Blanca

From Dénia to Pilar de la Horadada, from Orihuela to the valleys of the Marina Alta, including Villena and Alcoi, the Mediterranean breeze fills this land with light, enveloping the entire region in its exceptionally attractive climate. With complete tourist facilities, spectacular scenery and an extensive culinary palette, with exciting popular festivities, and sports, cultural and entertainment opportunities galore, the Costa Blanca is one of the most cosmopolitan sites in Europe, where cultures from abroad fuse with local traditions in perfect harmony.

Alicante's coast, with 219 km of coastline, is known as the Costa Blanca. Alicante's coast, with 219 km of coastline, is known as the Dirección General de Tráfico.

Dénia is located on the Mediterranean coast 100 km from Alicante and 95 km from Valencia. Travelling by road involves the A-7 Mediterranean motorway, via exit number 62. The N-342 national road is the main road along the Valencian coast which links Gandía with Alicante, Benidorm and Valencia.

La Nucía is located in a quiet valley, 10 km. from Benidorm, 53 km. from Alicante and 115 km. from Valencia. In the north it is next to Polop and Callosa d'en Sarria, in the east to Altea, in the south to L'Alfaz del Pi and in the west to Benidorm. The mountains of Aitana and Aixorta protect La Nucía from cold winds from the north, and in this way the average temperature is of 15 º.

In the Marina Baixa region, the city of Altea opens up to the sea from one of the most beautiful bays on the Mediterranean coast. On the top of a hill, protected from cold winds by the mountains behind, this place has all the charm of a Mediterranean coast village. Altea is located 10 km from Benidorm, 50 km from Alicante and 120 km from Valencia.

Benidorm is situated by the Mediterranean coast in the province of Alicante. Its particular geographic configuration, with the mountains Sierra Helada in the east, Aitana in the north and Tossal de la Cala in the west, protects the city from winds that would alter its pleasant climate.

Near this city you can find Finestrat. To be exact, at 8 km. from Benidorm, 53 km. from Alicante and 115 km. from Valencia. The most outstanding characteristic of this city is that it goes from 0 m.( the Finestrat cove) above sea level up to 1410 m., to the mountain Puig Campana.

By road: Benidorm is located 40 km. from Alicante and 120 km. from Valencia. It is connected by the Mediterranean motorway (A-7) and the main road N-332, parallel to the Valencia coast that connects Alicante, Benidorm and Valencia. More information about roads in Dirección General de Tráfico

Torrevieja is situated by the Mediterranean coast in the province of Alicante, 35 km from Alicante, 195 km from Valencia and 455 km from Madrid. You can drive via the Mediterranean motorway (A-7) and the road N-332 direction Murcia from Alicante.

Casas de Alenda is situated in Monforte del Cid (Alicante), 22 km. from the Mediterranean sea and from Alicante, 160 km. from Valencia and 420 km. from Madrid. You can get there by the motorway Autovía Alicante-Madrid or by N-330 in direction Madrid. The Mediterranean motorway (A-7) and the road N-332 leads to the most important cities along the coast of Alicante: Denia, Benidorm, Altea, Alicante and Elx.

Towns

Dénia
La Nucia
Altea
Benidorm
Torrevieja
Monforte del Cid

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