A Superb Year Round Destination

Costa Blanca holidays offer sizzling summer temperatures and balmy winter climate making this a suitable year round holiday destination. Nestling half way down the eastern coast of mainland Spain, a Costa Blanca holiday holds excitement for all, young and old.

Benidorm & Costa Blanca Deals

Terralta Apartments

Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Mainland Spain, Spain

(2088)

7 Nights

13th Jun 2020

Self Catering

London Gatwick - Direct

Based On 1 Bedroom Apartment

Regente Hotel

Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Mainland Spain, Spain

(2470)

7 Nights

13th Jun 2020

Half Board

Birmingham - Direct

Based On Twin Room

Princesa Hotel

Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Mainland Spain, Spain

(4616)

7 Nights

27th Jun 2020

All Inclusive

Manchester - Direct

Based On Superior Twin Room

Excitement for all, and long white sandy beaches

With 320 days of sunshine a year, holidaymakers flock to its award winning beaches year after year. Even during our colder months the temperature in the Costa Blanca can be a balmy 25c, tempting many people to choose holidays in the Costa Blanca for a winter holiday, with departures from many UK destinations and flight times of under 3 hours it is an ideal choice even for short breaks.

The stunning white sandy beaches stretch for miles, with beautiful blue waters offering many water sports including waterskiing and parascending, surfing and windsurfing, scuba diving or snorkelling. From the novice to the expert, there is something for everyone to try. To the north of the region the countryside is unspoilt, with craggy coastlines littered with working fishing harbours. Amongst the sun baked mountainous landscapes, hide sweet smelling orange and lemon groves, the Costa Blanca is also home to the muscatel grape.

To the south of the region is Alicante, one of Spain’s fastest growing cities, and home to the main airport. Alicante is a city with narrow streets bustling with fabulous shops and a vast array of bars and cafes. Its long white sandy beaches are linked by a superb local bus and tram service.


Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Population: Approx 334329

Religion: Roman Catholic

Resorts

Benidorm

Late deals to Benidorm let you explore a thriving resort that started life as a sleepy fishing village. Now one of the most visited holiday destinations in Spain, Benidorm has two excellent blue flag beaches to choose from and a whole host of shops and restaurants.

Denia

One of the Costa Blanca's most northern resorts, Denia nestles gently on a hilltop with a stunning mountain backdrop and panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Location

Map showing the location of Costa Blanca View Costa Blanca on the map

A fascinating world of sun, sea and entertainment

The largest and liveliest resort on the Costa Blanca is Benidorm, drawing in visitors of all ages, from 18-30 groups to families and pensioners seeking the warm winter climate. Once a sleepy fishing village, Benidorm is now a thriving holiday resort full of excitement and entertainment, bustling with cafes, bars and restaurants, you’ll find karaoke bars and quiz nights mixed with Flamenco dancing and bull fighting. Nightlife can be anything from a quiet drink soaking up the atmosphere to all night clubbing.

The Costa Blanca is home to Aqualand, thought to be the largest water park in Europe, home to the Kamikaze and Rapids, or dare you slide into the Black Hole? A visit to Terra Mitica, the largest theme park in Spain, is a must.Terra Natura is home to some fascinating species of wildlife, educational and fun for all the family. If culture is more your scene then a visit to some of the medieval towns of the Costa Blanca is a must, travel inland to Medieval Benissa or Calle Purissima and enjoy a glimpse of Spanish life as it used to be. The Costa Blanca is a fascinating world of sun, sea and entertainment; just how much can you fit into one holiday! Holidays to the Costa Blanca are available to book online here at Latedeals.co.uk

Places to Visit

Alicante

The second largest city on the Costa Blanca, Alicante can boast one of the most beautiful promenades in Spain.The Castle of Santa Barbara offers breathtaking views of this fabulous city and its surroundings.There are numerous museums and historical sites to visit that give an amazing insight into the cities culture.

Levante and Poniente Beaches

Benidorm’s two famous beaches are a must for the sunlover. These well kept beaches attract thousands every year with Poniente being the quieter of the two, while Levante has lots of shops and cafes on the promenade

Terra Mitica

This fantastic theme park boasts the world’s largest wooden roller coaster and the park is divided into five themed zones.Located on the outskirts of Benidorm this amazing them park is a must for all the family.