Famed for its endless stretch of fine white sand, the Costa Blanca has long been a favourite for Spanish villa holidays. This scenic region in south-eastern Spain offers the perfect balance of family-fun activities and high-octane nightlife with peace and relaxation. Our villas in the Costa Blanca are located in the popular town of Calpe and the fishing village of Moraira, each providing plenty of amenities and sunbathing spots for a memorable holiday with loved ones.
Our villas in Costa Blanca are perfectly located for you to dig a little deeper into the Spanish culture. Find friendly locals, quaint villages and hidden valleys.
Things to do in Costa Blanca
Our villas in Costa Blanca offer plenty of holiday activities for the whole family, ranging from glorious beaches and water sports to adrenaline-pumping theme parks and water parks. For a more laid-back experience, head inland and explore picturesque villages and hidden valleys. This sun-drenched region combines it all in the perfect holiday destination.
Beaches in Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca literally translates to ‘The White Coast’ and for very good reason! Endless miles of pure white sand stretch down this part of mainland Spain and has been drawing holidaymakers to the area for decades. Our Costa Blanca villas to rent are within close proximity of Calpe beach and the famous Peñon de Ifac rock, and the picturesque cove beaches in Moraira.
Nightlife in Costa Blanca
Benidorm is without doubt the place to go for a lively night of clubbing and dancing, and can be reached within half an hour of Calpe. If you’re after some more authenticity, you can catch live music and flamenco shows in Moraira and enjoy leisurely evenings in Calpe at a cocktail bar.
Food and Drink in Costa Blanca
A villa holiday in the Costa Blanca can’t be fully enjoyed until you’ve sampled the local cuisine. Seafood is hot on the menu throughout the region and is accompanied with homemade paella using different varieties of ‘arroz’ (rice). If you have a sweet tooth then try ‘Turron’ – a candy bar made from toasted almonds.
History and Culture in Costa Blanca
Moorish villages and traditional Spanish charm can be found in abundance here. Spend a day visiting the ancient Santa Barbara Castle in Alicante or head further afield to the beautiful city of Valencia. The region celebrates festivals and fiestas throughout the year including the renowned ‘Fallas’ (fires) where giant effigies are paraded through the streets and eventually set alight. Check the local calendar on your villa holiday in Costa Blanca and join in on the traditional festivities.