The coast Costa Blanca, which means “White Coast", has Europe's best climate with the most days of sunshine a year. Summer temperature is between 25 and 35º, winter temperatures between 5 and 20º.
The high mountains that separates Costa Blanca from inland, prevents the cold winds from the Atlantic Ocean in the west to reach the coast, creating mild temperatures year round.
The sunniest district is the Alicante / Torrevieja are with an average rainfall of approx. 300 mm per year. This provides room for outdoor activities all year round.
Costa Blanca stretches from Dénia on the north coast of Pilar de la Horadada on the southern coast, and inland from Orihuela to the mountains Marina Alta, including Villena and Alcoi.
Costa Blanca is best known for its long white beaches. No other areas in the world have greater concentration of quality term “blue flag" – beaches than here.