Located on the south-eastern coast of Spain, Costa Brava boasts over 200km of Mediterranean coastline in the Alicante province. The Long strip is one of Spain’s premier holiday coasts, famous with local residents as well as foreign visitors. Here you can find wide sandy beaches, small coves and beautiful landscapes with palm groves, wetlands and several nature parks.
With a Mediterranean climate on offer, basking in the sun during hot summers has never been easier, especially whilst boasting over 300 days of sunshine. Its mild climate means that even if visiting in the winter months, a trip to the beach is still a pleasure.
In the northern part of the coast there is Denia, Javea, Calpe, with its massive rock formations. In the south its an artist’s paradise in Altea, and Benidorm, with incredible leisure facilities and nightlife. Passing Cala Finestrat and El Campello the way leads on to the capital of the province, Alicante.
The Costa Blanca offers outstanding conditions for sailing thanks to the good climate, which makes it possible to enjoy the sea year-round. The marinas are exquisite offering incredible services, an amazing shopping experience and dash of tasty mouth-watering delicacies for everyone. There is no wonder that’s it’s a yachtsman dream destination.