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The interesting history of this Costa.

The ancient Phoenicians from 1.000 years B.C., then later on the Greek, Romans, Carthaginians, Arab and Moorish influences have left a rich tapestry and exciting mix of cultures both architectural and gastronomic. Alicante, Elche, Orihuela and Cartagena all have a…

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Mud baths, spas, health & beauty treatments.

A mere 15 minute drive south from Orihuela Costa brings you to the northern shorelines of Costa Cálida and Mar Menor, where the town of San Pedro del Pinatar is situated at its northernmost part. The sandy beaches and shallow…

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Unbeatable flight connections

Our Costas are just 2.5 – 4 hours flight time from northern Europe to currently 2 international airports, El Altet just south of Alicante city and San Javier in the northern part of the Region of Murcia. Beyond doubt, Costa…

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The Costa Blanca & Costa Cálida

The Costa Blanca & Costa Cálida, where the winters are like spring in northern Europe. The popular coasts of Alicante and Murcia provinces in southeast Spain, which tourist names are Costa Blanca and Costa Cálida, stretch from the coastal towns…

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Festivals & Fiestas and gastronomic delights.

Fiestas are an important part of Spanish life, the most important being the hugely popular Easter week processions, Patron Saints days and the colourful Moors and Christians festival in July, August and September. Festivities last well into the night and…

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Fruit and vegetables production on la Vega Baja.

From the high Sierras inland to the coastal areas of Costa Blanca South & Northern Costa Cálida lays a vast plain, la Vega Baja, situated just inland from Orihuela Costa. The warm all year round climate and fertile soil of…

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