The light of this region has given the Coast its name; a white light,
transparent, brilliant but not dazzling,
which was previously appreciated by its first settlers: Alicante, the capital,
was Akra Leuka for the Greeks (white
citadel) and Lucentum for the Romans (city of light).
This region of Spain boasts 325 sunny days each year with temperatures ranging
from an average of 16°
centigrade in winter, to 32° centigrade in summer, which ensure that you are
able to enjoy life to the full. The
Northern Costa Blanca, where the mountains meet the sea, offers some of the
most breathtaking scenery in the
whole of Spain. The area is full of lush vegetation with citrus, almond and
olive groves growing in abundance.
The region is shielded from the colder winter winds of the interior by these
mountain ranges. Because of
these attributes the area is acknowledged by the World Health Authority as one
of the healthiest areas in the world
to live today.
2007 America's Cup in Valencia
The 32nd America's Cup will be held in Valencia on the Spanish Costa Blanca in 2007. Denia is a little over a hour's drive away and offers ideal accommodation for those wishing to experience or participate in this unique sailing event.
The competing super yachts will berth in new facilities to be constructed in the port, and will race close to Valencia in what will be the first ever European event in the history of the America's Cup.
Two of the many secluded bays along the Javea coast line.
View of the shallow sandy waters of the Arenal Bay, Javea,
with the Montgó mountain an impressive backdrop.
The sandy beach of the Arenal Bay, Javea.
Views of Calpé, a feature of this part of the coastline is the impressive Rock
of Ifach. Calpé is located beside this rock of over 300 metres in height, which
one can ascend along a path with superb views of the coast and inland area.
Locals feeding the birds along one of the many promenades found at Alacante.
This city is to be found at the southern most
part of the Northern Costa Blanca region.
View of the Javea coastline.
The promenade and port area of Javea town.
Relax in the endless sunshine!
View of the Javea coastline, overlooking the port area.
The 'Lemon Express' coastline train, pictured near Benidorm.
architecture, prevalent in this unspolit region.
The picturesque town of Dénia
The pretty town of Dénia dates back to the 4th Century B.C. and is named after
the goddess Diana by the
Romans, lying between the mountains and long sandy beaches. High on the hill
overlooking the town is a 17th century
Moorish castle. Dénia maintains its old traditions with its colourful fish and
vegetable market. Walk around the old
quarter and discover an authentic Moorish-Spanish atmosphere in its narrow
The beaches to the North of Dénia are in total contrast to the beaches in the
South. "Las Marinas" in the
North is a 14.5 km long stretch of fine, sandy beaches offering differing
facilities that provide everything needed for
a relaxing holiday soaking up the sun. There is a large selection of bars and
restaurants catering for all tastes and
budgets along the length of this stretch of coast. The South stretch of coast
consists mainly of residential areas
including some very large villas. This coastline is a paradise for scuba
diving. The Montgó Natural Reserve forms a
dramatic backdrop to the South coast of Dénia.
Walk through the arched canopy of trees that line the main cosmopolitan avenue
of Dénia, Marqués de Campo and relax with the locals in one of the pavement
cafés and restaurants or do a bit of shopping in the extensive range of
"Las Rotas" to the South of Dénia is a series of rocky beaches
and coves, which can be very dramatic and spectacular.
The narrow cobblestone streets in the
fishermen's quarters of
High on the hill overlooking
is a 17th century Moorish castle
housing an archeological
The 18-hole golf course in the vicinity of Dénia,
the Club del Golf La Sella, designed by José Maria Olazabal,
which is considered one of the finest and most
challenging courses in Spain.
Two more views of the 17th century Moorish castle of Dénia, one overlooking the
During the patron saint's days in July - in honour of the Santisima Sangre -
the famous Bous a la Mar (Bulls at the sea) are celebrated. A unique show,
involving Bulls being set loose along Dénia town's main street, Marqués de
Campo and then into the Port area, considered to be a celebration of national
A selection of views of Dénia town, which show off the natural beauty of this
unspolit Spanish town.
Overlooking the second green of the 18-hole golf course, the Club del Golf La
Sella, with the Montgó Natural Reserve mountain range forming a magnificent
"Las Marinas" area to the North of Dénia are a 14.5 km long stretch of fine,
sandy beaches offering differing facilities that
provide everything needed for a relaxing holiday soaking up the sun. There is a
large selection of bars and restaurants catering
for all tastes and budgets along the length of this stretch of coast.
Playing out from the green-side bunker of the 18th green, with
the clubhouse in the background. Facilities include: Five-star
Marriot Hotel and Spa, driving range, pro-shop, restaurant,
bar, showers & sauna.
The arched canopy of trees that line the main cosmopolitan
avenue of Marqués de Campo, Dénia,
where you can relax with
the locals in one of the
pavement cafés and restaurants.
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