Finca Les Paleres

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Moraira & Fustera

Fustera is just a couple of minutes drive out of Calpe and Moraira along the beautifully scenic coast road. The beach at Fustera, which is only a few minutes drive from the finca, is a lovely, small sandy bay and there are a few small beach bars where you can have a drink and have a light snack A small coastal town, Moraira is situated in the beautiful mountainous area of the Costa Blanca. The surrounding area has a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, with beautiful and. unspoilt scenery and many small villages to explore. It has an impressive marina, excellent variety of local shops, weekly open markets, harbour-side fish restaurants and bars still retaining their Spanish character. There are too many restaurants of interest and good quality to list here but we can mention that there are 8 Michelin recommended restaurants in the immediate area with three of them being star rated and not expensive. Under the attentive gaze of the highest cliff on the Mediterranean, the Peñón de Ifach, Calpe has grown on both sides of the Great Rock, symbol and image of the Costa Blanca. It has been a tourist destination since the 30s due, especially, to the quality of its beaches, their fine sand and the cleanliness of their waters. The municipality preserves vestiges of the past in its old town, and curiosities such as the ruins of the Baños de la Reina, and some abandoned salt mines. Its fishing port is full of vitality, where restaurants serve the local fish and seafood.


Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca is unquestionably not only Spain’s, but one of Europe’s most sought after holiday destinations. Spanning over 200kms of desirable coastline, Costa Blanca remains true to its roots amidst a booming tourism trade offering its visitors modern luxuries with old world charm. Costa Blanca Beaches. Costa Blanca beaches are fine examples of what has made the region so popular for many decades. Denia’s Las Marinas Beach has Blue Flag status and is made for sunning and swimming. Calpe boasts two excellent beaches divided by Penon de Ifach, one of Costa Blanca’s favourite landmarks. Benidorm is Spain’s leading tourist enclave. Set amongst an imposing skyline are two of the areas best beaches; Levante and Poniente. Alicante City. Alicante is the capital of Costa Blanca and home to San Juan, Albufereta and Saladar beaches. All three offer fine sand, clear water and many sporting options. Santa Pola is wide and dotted with palm trees. In the south, Torrevieja has Locos, Cura and Mata Beach proffering sweeping sandy beaches made for tourists. Denia & Altea. Visit the large Arab fortress in Denia overlooking the bustling Seafront Esplanade and the hub of Denia town life, the Marques de Campo. Altea’s quaint cobblestone streets are flanked by whitewashed buildings leading up to the Plaza de Nuestra Senora del Consuelo and its remarkable blue domed church. Terra Mitica, Benidorm & Villajoyosa.] Terra Mitica in Benidorm is a park divided in to five themed areas; Iberia, Rome, Egypt, Greece and the Grecian Islands. Aqualandia, also in Benidorm is a family favourite. Villajoyosa is noted for its chocolate, fresh fish and brightly coloured buildings. Alicante & Elx (Elche). In Alicante, stop at the Castilla de Santa Barbara for stunning views and see the Salon Azul at the town hall Inland is the castle at Guadalest, a must see and beyond that is Alcoy, famous for its bridges and its mock battles between the Moors and the Christians held in late April. Elx, or Elche, dubbed the Palm Tree Capital of the World, has a forest of over 300,000 massive trees. Costa Blanca watersports. Being a major holiday destination, Costa Blanca watersports options seem endless. All towns and resorts provide everything you might need to enjoy diving, snorkelling, sailing and fishing to name but a few. Pro Platinum in Calpe is a full service dive centre offering excursions for the novice and the seasoned diver alike. Some of the best snorkelling can be found around the Illa de Tabarca and Las Rotas Beach south of Denia. For sailing rental or instruction, head to Alicante’s or Denia’s harbour for a day out on the open water. Most of the coastal towns were once small fishing villages making the area ideal for charter fishing.


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