Little-known coastal towns of the Costa Blanca

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The Costa Blanca, or “White Coast”, is one of the most popular tourist regions in Spain. But in addition to famous resorts such as Benidorm and Alicante, there are many charming coastal towns that have not yet been opened to mass tourism.

These places are ideal for:

Beach lovers: The Costa Blanca has sandy beaches with crystal clear waters where you can swim, sunbathe and enjoy water sports.
For those looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday: Away from the busy resorts, you can enjoy peace and quiet and an authentic Spanish atmosphere.

Nature lovers: The Costa Blanca has spectacular mountain scenery, natural parks and reserves where you can enjoy hiking, cycling or simply strolling in the fresh air.

History and culture lovers: In these towns you will find many historical attractions such as castles, monasteries, cathedrals and museums.

Gourmet: Here you will find fresh Mediterranean cuisine as well as traditional Spanish dishes.

Semey: Many of these towns are ideal for families. It has everything you need for a comfortable holiday with children: sandy beaches, playgrounds, parks, attractions.

Here are some lesser-known coastal towns on the Costa Blanca that are worth visiting:

This charming hillside town of white houses is famous for its narrow streets, flowery patios and art galleries. There are also several beautiful beaches where you can swim and sunbathe.

This city is famous for its coves with crystal clear water, caves and rocks. There are also several historical attractions here, such as the Santa José Castle and a Gothic monastery.

Guadamar del Segura:
This quiet town with sandy beaches and eucalyptus groves is ideal for a family holiday. There are also several natural parks where you can enjoy hiking and cycling.

This city is famous for its Peñon de Ifach rock, which rises 332 meters above the sea. There are also several sandy beaches, a historic city center and many restaurants and bars.

This small town with a cozy harbor and picturesque bays is famous for its fish restaurants and fresh seafood. There are also several sandy beaches where you can swim and sunbathe.

Besides these little towns, there are many other little-known coastal towns on the Costa Blanca that are worth visiting.

Traveling through this region, you will be able to:

Walk along the quiet streets and enjoy the atmosphere of the Spanish province.

Get acquainted with the authentic atmosphere: Far from the noisy tourist centers, you can plunge into the atmosphere of real Spain, get acquainted with local customs and traditions

Enjoy spectacular scenery: The Costa Blanca is famous for its turquoise waters, sandy beaches, rocky coves and lush green hills.

Swim in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea

Go hiking along picturesque mountain trails

Visit historical sites

Try fresh seafood and traditional Spanish dishes

Try traditional local cuisine: Enjoy fresh seafood, Spanish dishes and aromatic wines.

Chat with the locals. they are always happy to welcome guests.


  • When planning your trip, consider seasonality.
  • Rent a car or other means of transportation to be able to explore the region at your own pace.
  • Don’t forget to try the local cuisine!
  • Learn a few basic Spanish phrases.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday, active adventure or an exploration of Spanish culture, these charming towns have everything you need.

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