Friday, 17 July 2009

Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is a coastal region in the northeast of Spain. The Costa Blanca is very popular among tourists due to its beautiful coastal areas, blue skies and sea.

The main tourist resorts offer great affordable package holidays for families, easily embarked on by families with children. Most holidays also offer airport transfers and a holiday rep, as the high population of tourists and exploitation of apartments and hotels can be too much for some travellers. However, the Costa Blanca also boats many other small seaside resorts and traditional seaside towns. These are ideal for people who want to enjoy a more authentic, Spanish holiday in the lifestyle of the local residents. Many of these towns are impressive, with traditional marinas, museums, and local town architecture.

Between these small seaside resorts lie beautiful secluded beaches and coves to be explored, some of which can only be reached by foot or by boat. These offer seclusion, relaxation, and purity away from others and tourism. As the Costa Blanca is located on the Mediterranean Sea, it offers delightful sparkling bluey-green waters sheltering impressive marine life and unspoilt seabeds. Therefore, the best way to enjoy the Costa Blanca and experience gorgeous coastline, secluded coves and stunning scenery is by boat, or particularly, by yacht.

Along the Costa Blanca there are many yacht charter packages which take you from the Costa Blanca’s best Marinas, with beautiful shops and restaurants, to various locations along the coast, where you can snorkel, dive, or just have a relaxing swim in a beautiful area of sea that will feel entirely yours. If you are looking to start your travels across the Mediterranean Sea from the Costa Blanca, you may want to contact Network Yacht Brokers in Calpe for boat sales in Alicante, which is the principal town along the Costa Blanca. If you are a boat owner, there are a number of marinas in which you can moor, not to forget the hidden lagoons and beaches waiting to be discovered.

When exploring the Costa Blanca, it is best to do so upon a yacht, to escape the tourists, the high-raised apartments and hotels, and go explore secluded little places which you can enjoy on your own, for peace, tranquillity and relaxation.

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