What makes the Costa Blanca North?

Living on the Costa Blanca – The Costa Blanca North is not only the white clean beaches that determine the typically Mediterranean atmosphere of this region, with its picturesque villages such as Altéa, Moraira-Teulada, Jávea (Xàbia), Benissa and Dénia.

It is also the countryside inland, offering a spectrum of colours which cover the mountains with a unique light.

Wherever you are in this beautiful region the beach or in the countryside – you will be amazed by the variety of ora and fauna and the mild climate all year around. We have the finest selection of properties, from apartments, family houses and fincas to exclusive and luxury villas and prestigious plots.

Here are some highlights of the Costa Blanca North

  1. Coastal Towns

    The region is dotted with charming coastal towns that offer a mix of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and modern amenities. Some notable towns include Dénia, Jávea, Altéa, Calpe, Moraira, and Villajoyosa. Each town has its unique character and attractions, such as historic old towns, marinas, and waterfront promenades.

  2. Beaches

    The Costa Blanca North is famous for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters. There are numerous sandy beaches and secluded coves where you can relax, swim, and enjoy water sports. Playa de Arenal in Jávea, Levante Beach in Calpe, and Playa del Portet in Moraira are among the popular choices.

  3. Natural Landscapes

    The region is blessed with natural beauty, including the stunning Montgó Mountain in Denia, the majestic Ifach Rock in Calpe, and the picturesque Serra Gelada Natural Park. These areas offer opportunities for hiking, nature walks, and enjoying breathtaking views of the coastline.

  4. Historical and Cultural Sites

    The Costa Blanca North is rich in history and culture. Explore the medieval castle in Dénia, visit the impressive Santa Barbara Castle in Alicante, and wander through the narrow streets of Altéa’s old town. There are also archaeological sites, museums, and art galleries that showcase the region’s heritage.

  5. Gastronomy

    The Costa Blanca North is a culinary delight, offering a wide range of traditional Spanish and Mediterranean dishes. The region is known for its fresh seafood, flavorful rice dishes like paella and arroz a banda, and local specialities such as the Dénia red prawns and Alicante turrón (nougat). You can savour these delicious flavours in the many restaurants and tapas bars scattered throughout the area.

  6. Outdoor Activities

    With its mild climate and diverse landscapes, the Costa Blanca North provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities. You can enjoy water sports like sailing, snorkelling, and diving along the coast, go hiking or mountain biking in the natural parks, or play golf on the numerous world-class golf courses in the region.

The Costa Blanca North offers a perfect blend of stunning coastal scenery, rich history, delicious cuisine, and a relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle. Whether you’re seeking relaxation on the beach, exploring cultural sites, enjoying outdoor adventures, or indulging in gastronomic delights, this region has something to offer for every visitor.

Spanish lifestyle on the Costa Blanca North

Living on the Costa Blanca – The Costa Blanca North is a varied place to live, it has outstanding blue flag beaches, jaw-dropping mountains, orange and olive-filled valleys, pretty villages with white-washed houses, modern architecture, golf courses, water sports, fiestas and festivals, history and culture and not to leave out the mouthwatering food and wine.

Dreamlike properties

We have properties e.g. in Altéa, Benidorm, Moraira-Teulada, Jávea, Playa del Albir, Benissa and Dénia. which are normally within easy reach of the beach. We also have properties in locations such as Pedreguer, Jalón, Lliber, Orba and Gata de Gorgos, Beniarbeig and Vergel situated in quiet villages and surrounded by mountainous countryside, but still offering breathtaking views to the blue Mediterranean Sea.

Climate and weather on the Costa Blanca North

The Costa Blanca North has a Mediterranean climate, with a cool sea breeze in summer and protection by surrounding mountains against the cold North winds in winter. The average temperature easily exceeds 20 degrees and has nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year.

The World Health Organisation has announced that the Costa Blanca North area is “one of the most environmentally perfect climates in the world. In the summer neither too hot nor in the winter too cold. On average it can boast 325 sunny days each year. The perfect climate for your health.

Average temperature at the Costa Blanca North Average water temperature on the beaches at the Costa Blanca North
January 11ºC 51ºF 13º
February 12ºC 53ºF 12,6º
March 14ºC 57ºF 13,8º
April 16ºC 60ºF 14,5º
May 20ºC 68ºF 16,9º
June 23ºC 73ºF 20,8º
July 26ºC 78ºF 23,6º
August 27ºC 80ºF 24,6º
September 24ºC 75ºF 25,5º
October 21ºC 70ºF 18,6º
November 15ºC 59ºF 14,8º
December 12ºC 53ºF 14,4º