On the North Costa Blanca extends with Denia and Javea at the bottom of a mountain. The coast line of Costa Blanca stretches to over 200 kms belonging to the Province of Alicante in Spain. The name "Costa Blanca" was devised as a promotional name used by the British European Airways when they launched their air service (for £38.16s.-) between London and Valencia in 1957.
Costa Blanca, Spain has turned into a tourist hub and a popular destination for British and German tourists. With Alicante as the capital, the major tourist destination of Benidorm attracts the most visitors. Other tourist destinations of Costa Blanca include Costa de Valencia lying beyond north ofDenia, Torrevieja in the south, beyond which lies the Costa Calida.
However, within the mountainous bio diversity a series of fascinating medieval towns and fortified villages create a historic impression which still remains unaffected by modern development. Located in the Northern part of Spain, Costa Blanca is featured by it's miles of sand beaches, magnificent mountain ranges and terraced almond and olive orchards leading down to the lowland orange and lemon groves. The symbol of the Costa Blanca is the Penon de Ifach (Calpe Rock).
Mild Mediterranean climate of the Costa Blanca with sunshine year round sunshine, open beaches and boulevards, welcomes people. This little town draws almost a million tourists. A whole range of 5 star resorts and hotels make Costa Blanca one of the most sought after tourist destinations of Spain.