What is the Costa Blanca Norte?
Costa Blanca Norte is the NORTH coast of the Province of Alicante, from Alicante capital to Denia.
Together with Costa Blanca South they boast 244 km of stunning beaches, coves and cliffs. Costa Blanca Norte is surrounded by the most diverse landscapes and climates, from plains to mountainous areas and from desert areas to beautiful green landscapes. This diversity makes the Costa Blanca a place where visitors will find history, nature, tranquillity, beautiful beaches and excellent cuisine.
The main towns located on the Costa Blanca Norte are: Denia, Jávea, Benitatxell, Teulada – Moraira, Benisa, Calpe, Altea, Alfaz del Pi, Benidorm, Finestrat, Villajoyosa, Campello and Alicante.
The capital of Costa Blanca Norte is Benidorm. Benidorm is the main tourist focus of the Costa Blanca and the entire Levantine coast. From the Playa de San Juan in Alicante through the famous beaches of Benidorm or the beautiful Villajoyosa coves, Costa Blanca Norte is the perfect area for those looking for good cuisine, good communication, extensive provision of services and a climate with more than 300 days of full light and an average temperature of 20ºC.
The international airport of Alicante connects Costa Blanca Norte with the main European and world cities with a very high frequency of flights. In addition to by plane, Alicante is connected to Madrid via high-speed AVE train that brings us closer to the capital of Spain in less than 2 hours. Alicante also has connections by boat to the Balearic Islands through the port of Denia.