Costa Blanca, in the Province of Alicante - Spain's 'White Coast'
The Costa Blanca corresponds to the coastline of the Province of Alicante. With its ragged mountainous interior and miles of glorious sandy beaches and subtropical vegetation this is one of the most attractive and popular regions of Spain for visitors.
The city of Alicante is a great starting point from which to explore the many highlights which the Costa Blanca has to offer.
There are theme parks, safari parks, nature reserves, enchanting villages, caves, waterfalls, lively markets and many exciting fiestas with fireworks and fancy dress; the golf courses are internationally-renowned and there's water sports galore... so get out-and-about around the Costa Blanca and be guaranteed a fabulous time!
There are a number of beaches which are easily reached by foot, bus or tram, so if you want to pack your towel, camera and a picnic and spend some time lounging on the warm sand the Costa Blanca region is the place to visit.
Costa Calida, in the Province of Murcia
The Region of Murcia has miles of sandy beaches – the Costa Calida (Warm Coast) - rugged mountains and lakes - fertile plains capable of growing pretty much anything from salad vegetables to cotton and rice, oranges and lemons to grapes and apricots. Murcia has all of this as well as the healthiest climate in Europe (according to the World Health Organisation) with more than 320 days of sunshine per year.
Things that make the Murcia Region so special are the fabulous fiestas, wonderful food, fabulous scenery, excellent beaches and warmth of the local people all go together to make this an exceptional region of Spain.