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Area Guide

With over 400km of coastline this beautiful, sun drenched corner of South East Spain offers a diverse range of landscapes, resorts and activities with something for all ages and interests.

To the North is the beautiful Costa Blanca (white coast) featuring a breathtaking, mountainous coastline. This is home to some of the area's best known resorts such as Benidorm, with its Manhattan like city-scape and the exclusive, clifftop, Millionaire's paradises of Altea Hills. The Southern area of the Costa Blanca is a popular destination for British visitors and Expats and offers some superb family beach resorts around Torrevieja and the Orihuela Costa.

Over the border to the South lies the Costa Cálida (warm coast) in the region of Murcia which boasts a superb year all round climate and enjoys an annual average of around 320 sunny days. Over recent years The Costa Cálida has become famous for its superb Floridian style, gated golf & leisure resorts and low-density, traditional Spanish coastal towns. Its unique features include coastlines on two seas (The Mediterranean and The Mar Menor) beautiful regional natural parks ideal for outdoor pursuits and culturally and historically rich Cities such as Lorca, Murcia and Cartagena.

At the Southernmost point is the region of Almeria famous for its “Wild West," desert landscapes and superb family beach resorts such as Mojacar, Vera and Roquetas De Mar.

Si Spain operates across this entire region giving you the best choice of locations and the largest portfolio of beautiful, high quality, modern properties available direct from any single source.

Our Area Guide is designed to give you concise, accurate information and an overview for each area, resort, town and city across The Costa Almeria, Costa Blanca and Costa Calida.

If you want to find out more or see which areas would best suit your own personal requirements please feel free to call us anytime on 0203 773 8846.

Costa Almeria

The Costa de Almería, ("Coast of Almería") is part of the autonomous community of Andalucia on Spain's sunny South Eastern Mediterranean coast. Almeria is one Spain's least developed costas with around 217 km (135 mi) of beautiful, unspoilt coastline and contrasting landscapes. The Costa Almeria stretches from Pulpí which is located on its...

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Costa Blanca South

The Costa Blanca or “White Coast" is the 200km stretch of coastline in the Alicante province of South East Spain that reaches from Denia in the North to Pilar De Horadada in the South. It has a well-developed and diverse tourism industry and has been a popular destination from UK and Northern European visitors since the late 1950´s when the...

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Costa Calida & Murcia

The Costa Cálida which has a literal translation of "Warm Coast," is a 250km stretch of Spanish coastline located in the region of Murcia. The region is often described as having its own “micro-climate" with high average annual temperatures (hence the name "Warm Coast") and low average rainfall, around just 34cm per year. In 1986 the World...

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