Area Guide

Costa Blanca

OVERVIEW The northern part of the Costa Blanca is known as La Marina and roughly relates to the headland area which projects eastwards towards Ibiza, the easternmost point being Cabo de la Nao which separates Javea and Moraira. La Marina itself is divided into La Marina Baja (lower – to the...

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ALTEA  and its surrounding area provide plenty of opportunities for apartments for all budgets – from 100,000 to €600,000+. Villas in this area generally seem to be lower budget linked ones or townhouse complexes, or top of the market ones. Mid market villas are available, but the choice...

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BENISSA  Is effectively in two parts; Benissa Costa which is the coastal section separating Moraira and Calpe, and then the Benissa Campo (countryside) which then adjoins the main town of Benissa, which extends from Teulada to Calpe and also leads into the Jalon Valley, via Senija. The...

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Benitachell  Directly inland, and bordering Moraira, is the delightful small market town of Benitachell, just five to ten minutes’ drive from the full amenities and beaches of Moraira. Here, property prices can be 10-20% cheaper than those of its immediate neighbour. Benitachell is...

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CALPE  is midway between Altea and Moraira and is best known for its emblematic rock ‘Peñon de Ifach’ which separates Calpe’s two wonderful long sandy beaches. Calpe combines its town marina with its traditional fishing port which incorporates a row of adjacent fish restaurants offering a...

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DENIA  lies to the north of Mount Montgo, over the Elephant’s trunk and at the end of a spectacular elevated and winding road which will shock travellers with the superb coastal panorama, as one descends towards Las Rotas and Denia property; not least because of the total contrast of the...

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Inland Villages

INLAND TOWNS . Within 15mins. drive of the coastline I have described above are to be found a plethora of very Spanish towns and villages. Whether they are perched atop mountains or cradled in valleys, they are all variations of the usual theme: narrow streets and passages radiating from the...

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JAVEA  is in many ways Moraira’s ‘big brother’. Lying in coastal terms, just round the corner of the Cabo de la Nao, from Moraira. Javea’s landscape is dominated by Mount Montgo (now designated ‘Parque Natural’), known locally as the ‘Elephant’s head’. Montgo is a small mountain of ‘Tosca’...

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MORAIRA  Now you have arrived! This ‘Jewell in the Costa Blanca crown’ has grown from a tiny fishing village into the most appealing and unspoilt town on the Costa Blanca. This has been achieved largely by strict planning controls regarding build density, reserved green areas and a limit...

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