Discover the Costa Blanca North!

From Denia to Alicante, it is possible to enjoy a picturesque landscape of mountains and valleys that offer views of a breath-taking coastline.Beautiful pine forests, orange groves: these are a matter of course. This is the real Spain!

By land, by sea and by air

The north of the Costa Blanca is easy to reach via the Valencia and Alicante airports. The latter airport especially has a wide range of international flights.

Valencia is then the ideal connection for a short trip to Ibiza or Majorca. It is only a short flight!

The A7 highway has a good infrastructure and connects the most important coastal cities of the French border to Malaga in the south of Spain.
The normal or high-speed train is also a good option as well as a pleasant way to travel.

And huge passenger ships moor in Valencia and Alicante daily. But let us not forget the hundreds of sailboats and motorboats. These visit all of the local marinas during their trip along the Mediterranean Sea.

Mild winters, sultry summers

The Costa Blanca North enjoys a Mediterranean climate that generally contrasts with the overall weather in Spain. There is little precipitation throughout the year and the sun makes itself seen and felt every month.
With regard to temperature, there are also few extremes to report. There is rarely any frost and nor does extreme heat with temperatures of 40 or more degrees occur very often.

The mild dry winters and the pleasant summers are caused by a Mediterranean climate, with the Mediterranean Sea having a warming effect on the area. This effect is protected by the presence of mountains and hills that hold onto the heat of the sea and keep back the cold air from the interior.

The many hours of sunshine and the mild temperatures make it an ideal destination. Staying for the winter or even for the entire year it a decision you will not regret!


The many mountain chains make excessive construction development impossible, which restricts the density. The limited supply of land means the prices are considerably higher than in the Costa Blanca South.

But there are many advantages to this!
Many villas and apartments have fantastic panoramic seascapes.

Are you considering purchasing an apartment or villa on the Costa Blanca North? Be sure to check out our range of houses, villas and apartments for sale, both modern new-build and more traditional resale.

Cities and municipalities


Denia has a rich history. This is very visible while wandering through the narrow, Moorish streets that twist through and around the centre. (Read more)


Javea (Xàbia), originally a fishing village that grew into a tourist pearl, lies between Denia and Calpe. An extraordinary coastline, a turquoise sea and a fabulous temperature – that is Javea! (Read more)


Escape the busyness in this authentic, picturesque town between Calpe and Moraira. The picturesque historical centre, cobbled streets and 17th – 18th century houses give it a unique charm and make it worth the visit. (Read more)


Moraira was a traditional fishing village on the Costa Blanca that, throughout the years, grew into a popular holiday spot. Moraira is unique compared to many other beach resorts. There is no excess of high apartment buildings or hotels. This is a pleasant beach resort with a wonderful atmosphere. (Read more)


This is the ideal destination if you want to experience that holiday feeling. In Calpe, you will find a combination of beautiful sandy beaches, nature, culture and an old town centre. (Read more)


Altea is a small, delightful town with a characteristic centre on a hill. This centre has many narrow streets, little picturesque white houses and art galleries. Altea is a town with character! (Read more)


If one utters the name ‘Benidorm’, an immediate link is made with a general (and erroneous) stigma. Of course, we can speak of mass tourism, but this town has much more to offer. Sun-drenched sandy beaches, a charming old shopping plaza, attractive terraces, a lively promenade and much more … that is Benidorm! (Read more)


This place that began as a small village has gained immense popularity in recent years. When you visit this beach resort, you will soon see why. Villajoyosa is a pearl along the Costa Blanca with colourful facades, narrow streets, a clear blue sea, sandy golden beaches and a marina! (Read more)