The Costa Blanca or “White Coast” of Spain is named because of its wide sandy beaches and rocky limestone cliffs. By the sea and inland the visitor finds picturesque villages with colourful houses and winding alleys as well as large almond groves with their distinctive pink blossoms. The region has the most hours of sun in Spain and is a favourite holiday location, not only for North Europeans but also for the Spanish.
But the Costa Blanca has a hidden secret, its beautiful mountain ranges, which separate the fertile valleys inland. These rocky mountain faces, the fertile valleys and canyons and the beautiful views offer uncountable options for outdoor enthusiasts, i.e. climbing, walking, mountain biking, gorge walking, scrambles etc.. The Costa Blanca has so much to offer, that one trip will not be enough to quench your thirst for adventure.