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Information on the towns of the Costa Blanca Spain.

 

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Alicante, Costa Blanca, Spain Alicante is situated in the bay formed by the Cabo de las Huertas and the Cabo de Santa Pola, at the foothills of the Monte Benacantil. Alicante has a view over the sea and the fertile huerta, that surrounds the city. An interesting walk can be taken through the streets of the old centre and the Plazas del Carmen and Quijano, climbing up to the Castle of Santa Barbara, a magnificent vantage point to view the entire city of Alicante.

 

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Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Spain The Benidorm beaches and range of leisure amenities explain why Benidorm has become the Costa Blanca's main tourist area. Benidorm has some of the best beaches in the world. The Playa de Levante, where most bathers gather, is located 2 kilometres from the old town centre. The Playa de Poniente is located on the edges of the old town centre, near the Finestrat cove. The historical centre is located around the Canfali vantage point, which is the most emblematic image of Benidorm.

 

Altea, Costa Blanca, Spain The dome of Altea's church, blue with a white geometrical design, is one of the symbolic images of the Costa Blanca. Altea is situated on a hill whose peak rises above the white tiled parish church. The magnificently jumbled and cluttered centre of the Old Town provides Altea with a special tourist charm.

 

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