The Costa Blanca is one of Spain's top tourist destinations located in the province of Alicante within the autonomous region of Valencia. It has a 200km coast line. Extending from the north of Denia to the south of Pilar de la Horadada. The name Costa Blanca originates from the white painted houses, it also refers to the bright sunlight that makes the sand look whiter. The Mar Menor is south of the southern most border of the Costa Blanca near to La Manga. The tourist resorts on the south of Alicante are the fishing port of Santa Pola, the island of Tabarca, the inland cities of Orihuela and Elche with its UNESCO world heritage site of Palms, and the coastal city of Torrevieja.
Seven years after the Spanish property bubble burst, you can buy villas on the Costa Blanca at rock bottom prices. Take a look at buy an apartment in Spain or buy a house in Spain. You can buy new properties at very low prices. It’s a good opportunity to make a counter-cyclically investment in property. The running costs of properties in Spain are considerably lower than in the rest of Europe.
The Costa Blanca is loved for its mild Mediterranean climate. From the 1950’s British, Scandinavian, German, Swiss and Austrian people have settled here on the Costa Blanca. Although older people don’t like to move to another country and start a new life, hundreds of thousands of people from all over Europe retire to Spain because of the sunny climate and relaxed atmosphere.
The great landscape, marked by orange and almond trees, make the unique character of this region.
Miles of sandy beaches and impressive cliffs are typical of the Costa Blanca, the region offers everything for your sunny holidays or second home.
The Costa Blanca offers a range of leisure, sport and a mild Mediterranean climate allows you to enjoy a year around lifestyle (on average there are 320 sunny days a year). This climate in combination with the healthy salt lakes of the area is ideal for people with health problems including rheumatism, breathing and skin problems.
Long stay winter holidays on the Costa Blanca are good for your health, particularly for older people. The relaxed environment is a great aid for stress reduction. People who live here by the sea can look forward to living a longer and healthier life.
In fact our family came to live on the Costa Blanca from Switzerland in 1993 more than 20 years ago, we made our home here and never returned again to Switzerland.
Living on the sunny Costa Blanca means living in a year round mild climate.
You will enjoy 320 sunny days a year living on the Costa Blanca.
Even during the financial crisis, buying a property by the sea was considered to be a sound investment. Furthermore you benefit from the advantages of having a holiday villa or apartment where you and your family can enjoy sunny holidays. Your villa is a blank canvass, you can introduce your own personality. The property can also be available for rent to provide you with a regular income.
For your sunny holidays on the beach, initially we recommend that you rent a holiday apartment or holiday villa to insure that you are happy with the area and surroundings.
If you love the Costa Blanca, and have thought about buying a holiday apartment or villa in the sun. Tell us about your dream home. Your new life is waiting for you here in sunny Spain!
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