The History of British Tourism on the Costa Blanca
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The Costa Blanca, the eastern seaboard of Spain is made up of around 120 miles of soft, sandy beaches with the added bonus of crystal blue skies and the warm tempting Mediterranean Sea, so you can imagine the reason why … Read More

A Brief History of Benidorm
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The most major tourist resort in Costa Blanca is Benidorm. It has the capacity to cope adequately with over 500,000 tourists over the period of peak season. As for the history in Benidorm you have the Tossal de la Cala, … Read More

Denia – The Unspoilt Costa Blanca
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Take an hour and half drive north of Alicante and you may notice a dramatic change. Suddenly the landscape changes from brown and arid to green and mountainous. The high-rise concrete hotels are replaced with small villas. You will find yourself immersed in lush valleys of almond, orange and lemon groves. There are very few places in the world where the northern part of a small coastline contrasts more with the south.… Read More

Alicante History
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Alicante has been inhabited for over 7000 years with the first tribes travelling from central Europe around 5000 to 3000 B.C. Some of these tribes in Alicante once settled around the slopes of Mount Benacantil, on which the castle of Santa Barbara stands today. The mountains best asset is its location close to the sea but also due to its height it offered security from invaders. … Read More

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