The Costa Blanca is one of the most interesting destinations in the Mediterranean, due to the enormous diversity of beaches and mountain landscapes, but above all because it has a coastline of sandy beaches that stretches for 218 kilometres.
It has a temperate climate with an average temperature of 20º C. A perfect place to enjoy outdoor life every day.
Along the coastal municipalities we can find more than twenty marinas, nine thousand sandy moorings and three nautical resorts, which make the Costa Blanca an ideal place for sailing or diving.
Nowadays you can find more than fifteen golf courses in just 45 minutes from El Altet airport. Some of them have been designed by famous golfers such as Severiano Ballesteros.
On the Costa Blanca you will always find something new and exciting to enjoy: water parks, amusement parks, craft exhibitions and caves. You can also go on safari or take part in various sports such as sailing, cycling, bungee jumping or hot air ballooning.
Each city in the province of Alicante has its own places of interest. Thus, each city has its own particular history and typical gastronomy based on the Moorish and agricultural legacy of our ancestors, who left us a great diversity of traditions and Mediterranean culture. You can taste delicacies such as paella or the vegetable soup called "olleta", among others.
Sierra Cortina is a residential area located next to the beaches of Benidorm and near the Cala de Finestrat.
It is well communicated. Only one kilometre away is the N-332 and access to the Mediterranean motorway. Alicante is thirty minutes away and Valencia is only an hour's drive.
The location is perfect for relaxing in the mountains, but if you want more activity it is next to lively Benidorm.
It is the ideal place for golfers, as they can enjoy the Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses just two minutes away.
All services are close by: supermarkets, pharmacies, schools and the La Marina shopping centre, which has a wide variety of restaurants, shops and cinema.
Finestrat is a cosy coastal town that combines the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the beach with the silence of its high mountains, such as the 1,410 metre high Puig Campana.
The old town is situated on top of a hill, five kilometres from the beach, where we can find narrow streets with beautiful colourful houses.
The restaurants on the beach invite you to taste the Mediterranean gastronomy of Finestrat by the sea.
Finestrat is a very traditional village and in its fiestas there is always music, work and joy.
However, it is known for its residential areas where people from all over Europe live. They are attracted by the good climate, the quality of life and the proximity to the sea.