Where is Costa Blanca?
The Costa Blanca is a tourist region in Spain located along the Mediterranean coast in the Autonomous Community of Valencia. The name Costa Blanca means White Coast. The climate of this region has been recognised by the World Health Organization as one of the most comfortable areas to live in. In addition, the region is very diverse in terms of geography and at the same time provides excellent transport to nearby cities. There are mountainous cliffs and rocky beaches to the north and sandy beaches to the south. Year after year, new air connections from the EU countries are being established. Tourists arriving on the Costa Blanca most often use the airport in Alicante or Valencia. Due to its attractive location, the Costa Blanca is a very popular destination among foreign tourists. The Costa Blanca is also an excellent place to live, which is confirmed by the numerous populations of British, German, Dutch and Norwegian people who are the most numerous groups of foreign residents on the Costa Blanca.