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Information on the towns of the Costa Blanca Spain.

 

Calpe, Costa Blanca, Spain In the thirties, writers such as Hemingway spent their summers in Calpe. The first hotel in Calpe was established next to the Penon Rock, the Ifach Parador. The Morro del Toix and the Penon de Ifach mark the extremities of Calpe's bay. The Penon de Ifach is the symbol of Calpe and of the Costa Blanca. It is the highest rock in the entire Mediterranean and divides the shoreline of Calpe in two.

 

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Denia, Costa Blanca, Spain Denia, the capital of the Marina Alta, is a modern cosmopolitan city offering both tourists and residents a range of services. Denia owes its current importance to its being the historical city of the region par excellence, a city that was known in medieval times as the Marquesado de Denia. Its name derives from the Latin name Dianium which is the origin of the name given to its inhabitants, the dianenses. Daniya was its Islamic name.

 

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Elche, Costa Blanca, Spain Elche is located on the Costa Blanca and is surrounded by more than 300,000 palm trees. Elche is the third most populous city of the Valencian Region. Elche encompasses the entire range of attractions that the province has to offer the tourist, from pre-history, history, natural riches, beaches and the influence of its citizens on culture and traditions are all elements that are worthy of note in this modern, thriving and growing city.

 

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