Whеn trаvеllіng tо Sраіn thеrе аrе numеrоuѕ асtіvіtіеѕ tо сhооѕе frоm fоr а fun dау оut wіth thе fаmіlу, but а grеаt орtіоn іѕ tо vіѕіt оnе оf thе wаtеr раrkѕ. Thеrе аrе wаtеr раrkѕ lосаtеd аll аrоund thе соuntrу аnd hеrе іѕ а lіѕt оf ѕоmе оf thе соuntrу’ѕ mоѕt vіѕіtеd оnеѕ. Thе mајоrіtу… Read More


  One of the coolest ways to enjoy the Alicante coastline is by boat. A boat trip is a memorable part to any holiday where you can drop anchor to swim in the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean, explore coves or simply sit back and enjoy views of rugged cliff faces and golden sandy… Read More


  Many people who fly into Alicante for the first time are surprised to see how mountainous it is. Indeed. In fact, Spain is the second highest country in Europe with an average altitude of 650 metres.Switzerland is top. The Alicante region of Spain is where the mountains meet the sea. There are many mountains… Read More


  Wherever you’re travelling from in Western Europe, Spain is pretty convenient to get to. Which makes it an ideal location for a hen or stag break. So, best men and chief bridesmaids, here are some ideas of where to whisk off prospective bridegrooms and brides to be. Barcelona Barcelona – Plaza Cataluña Perhaps it’s… Read More


  Golden sand, hidden coves, turquoise waters and blissful bays attract millions of holidaymakers to the Alicante province each year. With 244 kilometres of coastline, there is plenty of room for all with beaches attracting sun worshippers, divers, surfers, sailors and artists who love the vibrant colours. There are scores of sandy beaches and coves… Read More


1. The Algar Waterfalls, Alicante Algar Waterfalls Discover the Algar Waterfalls in beautiful Les Fonts de l’Algar Nature Reserve. Take a dip in the natural pools, admire the waterfalls and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. A perfect day activity for the whole family! 2. Terra Mítica Theme Park, Benidorm Rides at Terra Mitica theme park, Benidorm… Read More


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Some called it Calpe meaning steep rugged hill made of rock, the Phoenicians called it Ifach which meant north. So the whole town of Calpe was referred to as the north craggy rock, having Gibraltar as the south reference. Calpe, which is north of Altea and south of Denia, is an ideal vacation spot on… Read More


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A maximum of 42.9 in Orihuela on the hottest September day ever in Alicante Residents of the province of Alicante may have enjoyed the coolest month of August in the last 30 years, but they are certainly paying the price in the first week of September! Monday was the hottest September day ever recorded in… Read More


The Weather in Costa Blanca And When to Visit

Benidorm A visit to Benidorm is a must to make contact with authentic Spanish culture. The Old Town in particular is an impresive maze of cobbled streets and inviting establishments to drink and shop in. With its blue-domed church and white houses, it manages to retain its character amongst the forest of tower blocks to… Read More