The hidden treasures of Costa Blanca

The “White Coast” of Spain is one of the most desired places for relaxing and funny summer holiday. Costa Blanca is full of tourists and lovers of the Spanish sun, beaches, culture, fiestas and harmony.

If you are looking for a place where to spend countless pleasant hours among nature reserves and beaches, then Costa Blanca is your destination. Check out some of the best natural spots which you can visit during your vacation in this beautiful region. They will definitely inspire your imagination and adventurous spirit.

Tabarca Island – the smallest inhabited island in Spain

This lovely island is really unique and the smallest inhabited island in Spain. It is located just 5 miles from Santa Paula port and about 12 miles from Alicante. If you decide to spend your vacation in Benidorm, probably the most famous resort in Spain, then you can always make a boat trip from there if you don’t have time to visit the towns mentioned above. The coastline of the island is protected area and it can easy fascinate anyone who loves to dive and to take part of different water adventures. If you are lazy, however, do not worry, here you can easily dip your feet in the lukewarm water, while enjoying your icy cocktail. The incredible view will keep you astonished for a long period of time, just be careful not to drink too much because you can have problems on the way back.

Picnic at Lagunas de la Mata y Torrevieja

Located close to the historic town of Guardamar del Segura, this nature reserve includes salt lake, which creates a micro climate that is unique for the wildlife. The park is actually one of several natural parks and reserves in the region and one of the places where you can see different plant, animal species and very beautiful birds. If you enjoy walking, then you will have a lot of time to enjoy the fantastic views. Make sure to see the local pride of park – the pink gracious flamingoes that live in the lakes.

Relax on the beaches of the mysterious Calblanque

Calblanque is actually located outside Costa Blanca, but it is one of the most jealously guarded secrets in the whole area. It is situated in a protected region on Mar Menorah peninsula and this incredible resort is famous with its untouched and wide beaches. Some of them are Playa de Calblanque, Playa Larga, Playa de Negrete and Playa Parreño. There you will discover many hidden coves and beaches and don’t be surprised if you see many nudists. They simply love to ‘occupy’ the west part of sunny Calblanque.

This brief trip to the sunny Costa Blanca, Spain should help you a little bit to understand and take advantage of its beauty and relaxing atmosphere. Spain is really popular destination and if you check on time for some reasonable offers, then you will be able to experience really great days in Costa Blanca – the hidden Spanish treasure.

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