To help you decide the best area for you we have started to include brief descriptions of areas that are most popular with buyers in the form of an Area Guide for numerous areas. Click the links below to find out more about an area that you are interested. At the Spain Property Shop we try to give you as much information as we can in our Area Guide so that you can make the best informed decision when it comes to buying or renting your home on the beautiful Mediterranean coasts of the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida.
The Costa Calida Two seas on one coastline -the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean- , impressive cliffs, heavenly beaches of endless white sand, lively ports and wild coves with crystal-clear water, more than 3,000 hours of sun a year and mild temperatures -even in winter- with a yearly average of more than 18ºC. This is the Costa Cálida, the ideal place to spend some days relaxing both in winter and summer.
All trips have a magical moment. In the Costa Blanca, that instant in which the traveller experiences a kind of revelation can happen in many different times and places. It could happen while taking a walk at sunset, when the “warm and humble light” described by Gabriel Miró starts to hide behind the mountain top of the Aitana. It could happen when feeling the happiness of childhood games while visiting one of the 170 beaches and coves along the Mediterranean coast. Or it could take place when sailing the ocean in a recreational boat, feeling the eastern or south-eastern wind against the sails, when using our rhythmic energy while kayaking or after completing one of the province’s 21 golf courses in which the sun shines over 300 days a year. We have an array of area guides for you on the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida.
Under its promotional name of the Costa Blanca, the province of Alicante is one of the leading holiday destinations in Europe and in the world. Situated on the Spanish Mediterranean, the Costa Blanca boasts over 218 kilometres of coastline studded with beaches, coves and cliffs, plus many inland and mountain destinations worthy of a visit in their own right.
Located at the South-East corner of the Iberian Peninsula, between the regions of, Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha and Valencia, the Region of Murcia occupies an area of 11,317 km2 (2.2% of the total surface area of Spain), bordering the province of Albacete in the North, the province of Alicante in the East, the provinces of Granada, Albacete and Almería in the West, and the Mediterranean in the South-East.