Best things to do in Costa blanca

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Costa Blanca is the touristic name given to the Mediterranean coast located in the southeast of Spain. The area includes 18 localities and spans over 200 km. Due to its immense territory it offers a plethora of water, land and air activities, making it the best spot for thrill seekers.

The endless kilometres of sandy beaches, cliffs & mountains, make up unique landscapes. The scenery has allied to the near to perfect weather conditions, creating one of the finest places for adventure sports.

The mild climate, with over 300 days of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of 17 ° C, make Costa Blanca an ideal destination. Throughout the year water sports fans can snorkel, scuba dive or kayak in the warm and clear waters.

Some of the preferred are paragliding, hot air balloon trips and climbing. Such activities allow travellers to enjoy aerial views of the contrasting deep blue coloured waters, the white sand coastlines adding up flawlessly with the rocky elevations. It is truly a breath-taking scene. 

From north to south you’ll find very contrasting towns, all of them with its special charm. You’ll find historical cultural cities, pine forests and even beautiful beaches. All filled with surprising and unexpected places to practice your favourite extreme sport and leisure activities.

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About

Costa Blanca is the touristic name given to the Mediterranean coast located in the southeast of Spain. The area includes 18 localities and spans over 200 km. Due to its immense territory it offers a plethora of water, land and air activities, making it the best spot for thrill seekers.

The endless kilometres of sandy beaches, cliffs & mountains, make up unique landscapes. The scenery has allied to the near to perfect weather conditions, creating one of the finest places for adventure sports.

The mild climate, with over 300 days of sunshine a year and an average annual temperature of 17 ° C, make Costa Blanca an ideal destination. Throughout the year water sports fans can snorkel, scuba dive or kayak in the warm and clear waters.

Some of the preferred are paragliding, hot air balloon trips and climbing. Such activities allow travellers to enjoy aerial views of the contrasting deep blue coloured waters, the white sand coastlines adding up flawlessly with the rocky elevations. It is truly a breath-taking scene. 

From north to south you’ll find very contrasting towns, all of them with its special charm. You’ll find historical cultural cities, pine forests and even beautiful beaches. All filled with surprising and unexpected places to practice your favourite extreme sport and leisure activities.

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