The Costa Blanca South is a popular holiday destination for British and Northern Europeans tourists. It can be accessed easily via two airports Alicante and Murcia (San Javier). The main town of Torrevieja offers tourists many activities from it´s wonderful harbour with many bars and restaurants to it´s beautiful parks and historical sites, such as the museum of the sea which tells you the history of the town being a large salt producer. Many holidaying tourists will want to visit the largest shopping mall in the Alicante Province which is just up the road from Torrevieja in La Zenia, which is also a popular tourist resort along with Cabo Roig and Campoamor. Holiday accommodation in Torrevieja is mainly a self catering rental properties of which the traveller will find plenty to choose from. Another popular tourist area in the South Costa Blanca is the Orihuela Costa with it´s towns of Playa Flamenca, Villamartin and Mil Palmeras.
The Costa Blanca South has many options for renting long term and compared to many places in the world it offers relatively cheap all year rents. It is possible to rent long term small apartments in the busy tourist town of Torrevieja for as little as 250 euros per month. There are also luxury villas available that will cost considerably more. There are properties available to rent long term across the Costa Blanca south, many in Torrevieja and other popular towns like the beaches of La Zenia, Cabo Roig, Campoamor and inland to the town of Orihuela. Inland from the coast there are small vilages such as Benijofar, Catral and Dolores where long term rentals can also be found. This is great area to rent long term in you coming from the UK as you will find many expats that can help you find work and become part of the community. The Costa Blanca South is a great value place to rent long term for people looking to explore the area to find the perfect place in Spain to settle in the future.
Visiting the Costa Blanca South for an extended winter break is very popular with British Expats. The warm weather and blue skies are a much appreciated after the wet and grey UK. The daily temperature ranges between 15-25 degrees C. during the winter months with most days having beautiful clear blue skies. The cooler winter temperatures offer the visitor great weather to explore the area and get involved in many of the sports and activities. There are several golf courses in the area and for golf fanatics you can even get a winter rental on one of the courses for example in Villamartin you can rent an apartment for around 600 euros per month during the winter season. If you are looking for a busy town during your winter break, then Torrevieja with it´s ex pat all year community may be an option. There are many coastal and inland towns that offer winter rentals in the Costa Blanca South.
A British expat stronghold, Torrevieja offers a home from home for many British residents and visitors. Alongside other Northern European Expats and Spanish holiday home owners.
Elche is the next biggest city to Alicante in the Alicante Province. A large city just inland. It has a beach area called El Altet and is close to the Alicante airport.
A beach resort on the outskirts of Alicante Santa Pola. The town is known for it´s salt evaporation pond. It is very close to Alicante and during the summer months it´s population doubles.
Located at the mouth of the river Segura Guardamar, historical populated by famers and fisherman, it is now a resort town with a pine forest adjoining it´s 11km sandy beach.
On the border of Alicante and Murcia provinces Pilar de la Horadada has been a site of many historical battles, but is now the home to many Northern European Expats.
Orihuela is a city to the South of Alicante which also encompasses Orihuela Costa with the towns of La Zenia and Cabo Roig.
Pinar de Campoverde is 9km from Pilar de la Horadada, originally a large pine forest, developed in the mid 80s when Northern Europeans expats settled in it´s newly built villas.
Often shorten to just La Mata is a village North of Torrevieja, often regarded as a suburb to Torrevieja it has enjoyed unspoilt charm due to the lack of high rise.
On the Orihuela Costa located between La Zenia to the north and Campoamor to the south, Cabo Roig is close to the larger town of Torrevieja.
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La Zenia boasts the largest shopping centre in Alicante Province, called La Zenia Boulevard. Along with this attraction it also has a lovely sandy beach.
Also called Dehesa de Campoamor, you will find a 18 hole golf course, Rea Golf Club de Campoamor. Also there is a sandy beach and a marina to enjoy.
Meaning a 1000 palms, Mil Palmeras can be found between Campoamor and Pilar de la Horadada. It has a sandy beach with a strip of bars and restaurants.
Only 4 kilometers south of Torrevieja Playa Flamenca was built in 1972 it is now a quiet but popular holiday destination, yet close to all the bustling towns.
On the Segura river, originally an agricultural town Rojales has a high population due to it´s more recently built urbanisations.