If you are planning to travel to Spain, you are in the right place. On the tripinvest blog you will find practical tips concerning travelling. We will recommend the best tourist attractions on the Costa Blanca and in other regions of Spain. We not only focus on the places you need to visit to enjoy the Spanish culture and traditions but also on what kind of tourist, cultural, family, sports and travel attractions await you in the Spanish city of your choice. In addition, we will advise you on how to prepare for your trip and how to organise it so that you do not overburden your family budget.
Spain, has a very rich culture due to its complex history. Although the inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula are under one flag, there are many differences between them. Many regions, such as the Basque Country, Catalonia and Galicia demand autonomy. However, it is these differences that determine the popularity of Spain.
According to the World Economic Forum (FEM), Spain has become the most visited country by tourists for the third time. In the report, which dealt with the competitiveness of travel and tourism, Spain has taken the top spot and confirmed its unwavering position in this field.
Spring is the moment when not only nature awakens but also cultural life in Spain does. Easter is the most important holiday. It is celebrated with great revelry in this part of Europe. It is the heart of tradition and local good, which the Iberian Peninsula residents boast about.
Moraira is one of the many charming coastal towns in the Costa Blanca region. The amazing coastal climate with beautiful views is what makes it stand out from the rest.
The use of public transport abroad is always challenging and risky. This is influenced by several factors: the timetable, the means of transport, the place of destination which may be difficult to reach and of course the language barrier.
Some enjoy long sandy beaches, others seek solitude in rocky bays. However, every beachcomer on the Costa Blanca will find something for themself. All these places offer a high quality standard, whether in terms of safety and cleanliness, or the possibility of spending free time in the form of water sports. These are the top beaches that will satisfy even the most demanding tourists.
You have no idea how to spend time with your family on holidays? Are your children tired of lying on the beach or sightseeing? Here are some children-friendly places worth visiting.
Spain is one of the best regions for a camper tour. The climate is definitely mild and sunny compared to other European countries, and the excellent condition of roads and infrastructure make travelling from place to place a relatively pleasant and trouble-free experience.
The beauty of the coastline and the warm Mediterranean climate allow visitors to enjoy water sports all year round. To date, the Costa Blanca includes 25 yacht clubs and marinas with more than 10,000 berths, providing high quality facilities for many water sports while protecting the environment and the seabed.
Benissa is a town in the province of Alicante. It is known for its charming small bays located between cliffs and a beautiful mountainous area, ideal for hiking lovers.
Alicante is the capital of the province and region of Costa Blanca - a historic port city with a turbulent but very interesting history. And although Alicante is not distinguished by its wealth of monuments it still has a lot to offer.
La Tomatina, a unique holiday taking place on the last Wednesday of August each year. It is when the only few thousand inhabitants of Buñol are visited by huge numbers of tourists who want to throw tomatoes!
Do you wish to spend your holidays in a charming Spanish town? Or maybe you looking for an attractive investment location? Choose Villajoyosa! Here are some of its main attractions.
Are you looking for a place to relax in? A beautiful, picturesque, small town where you will feel the real atmosphere of Spain? If so, Altea is the perfect choice for you!
Torrevieja is a town on the Costa Blanca coast in the province of Alicante. It is located about 40 km south of the city of Alicante. Originally it was a fishing village, but the large salt deposits allowed the town to flourish. Thanks to this, it has a unique microclimate described as one of the healthiest in Europe. To this day, Torrevieja is one of the largest salt producers in the Old Continent.
Altea Hills is an unusual area filled with luxurious villas and beautiful apartments. It is especially known for its breathtaking views of the surrounding city of Altea, the rocky mountains and the blue sea. Check what's waiting for you over there.
Penon de Ifach is a 332 m limestone adventure awaiting for you in Calpe. Take a look at why the limestone rock is said to be one of the most beautiful natural wonders of Spain. Check our advice for people who are looking forward to a trip and reach the mountain peak.