The Spanish Costas are where the majority of the population live and are
The coast on the Eastern side of Spain runs from the French border to the Straits for Gibraltar where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean,
Other lesser known costas are the Costa de la Luz, Situated on Spain’s atlantic coast to the South of Portugal and the costas on Spain’s Northern coast.
Costa Blanca North
The North Costa Blanca is considered to be the stretch of coastline from Alicante city to the border with the province of Valencia.
Costa Blanca South
The South Costa Blanca is one the most popular areas for overseas property purchasers. The area has excellent infrastructure, In terms of value for money, climate and lifestyle It offers established expat community, popular tourist tonws as well as miles and miles of long white beaches. It's
Costa Brava – Girona
The Costa Brava is the coastline of the province of Girona, Catalonia. It runs from the French Border to the province of Barcelona. The costa Brava literally means the brave coast and this is because of it's rugged topology, creating lots of beautiful bays and inlets. Climate It's cooler and greener than the more...
Costa Calida – Murcia
The Costa Calida has the best climate of all of Spain's Costas
Costa de la Luz
Costa del Azahar – Castellón
The Costa del Azahar, or "Orange Blossom Coast" is so called, because of the vast number of ornage orchards which can be found on this stretch of coastline It's situated between the Costa Dorada (Tarragona) and the Costa Levante (Valencia). How to get there: Castelleon Airport - Ryanair fly here from stansted, Bristol (Summer) and...
Costa del Sol – Malaga
Costa Dorada – Tarragona
Costa Levante – Valencia
Costa Tropical – Granada
The Costa Tropical is one of the lesser known costas and this is probably due to the fact that it is one of the shortest, as Granada province
Inland South Costa Blanca
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