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Villas to rent in Costa Blanca

Find Costa Blanca rentals and enjoy one of Spain’s most popular coastlines for both Spanish and international visitors alike. Translating to mean the ‘White Coast’, its pull factor are the endless beaches for all tastes. It has some of the most well equipped beaches in the whole Mediterranean alongside one of the most varied landscapes possible - whether you’re looking for electric nightlife in Benidorm, a trip to the capital of Alicante, or a relaxing holiday in one of the former fishing villages such as Dénia or Jávea, you can find the best Costa Blanca holiday rentals here with Hundredrooms. Let us know the dates you wish to travel and how many people are coming with you. We’ll take care of the rest. We know that finding a villa in Costa Blanca can be a daunting task, particularly when it concerns knowing exactly where is best to book your apartment. We’re here to make all of that easier for you with the best services available alongside iconic gastronomy for which holidaymakers worldwide flock to the region to enjoy during their trip.

Places to stay in the Costa Blanca

  • Alicante: This is the bustling capital of the region with an interesting history to be discovered, despite being a hub of tourism and resorts. An attractive city with a historic quarter and an old castle, it is certainly worth visiting for the incredible gastronomy. It is a Spanish city that is pumping until the early hours of the morning, so join the fiesta and its Mediterranean buzz. Find some fantastic Costa Blanca apartments to rent in the city.
  • Altea: Some of the things you can find here in Altea are whitewashed houses reminiscent of a Greek village, beaches with crystal clear waters and fine white sand. It is certainly worth considering staying here in one of the luxury villas Costa Blanca.
  • Benissa: Located in the north of the Costa Blanca, this is the oldest of the inland towns. It has 4 km of coastline, and a wonderfully picturesque historical quarter. A pretty town with plenty of character and worth considering for property to rent in Costa Blanca.
  • Benidorm: Full of lively beaches with large capacity and one of the best selection of leisure and nightlife on the coast. It is probably the most famous, and has been iconic for decades. In recent years it has been updated a significant amount and is undergoing a sort of ‘renaissance’, hence why you should consider it for holiday villas on the Costa Blanca.
  • Jávea: Also known as ‘Xàbia’, this Alicante town hosts some of the best beaches and coves of the Alicante coast. It still retains many features that present it as a former lookout town for pirates, and has an olde-worlde energy that has been restored significantly to become the white sandy municipality that it is today with wonderful villas in Costa Blanca.
  • Dénia: Overlooked by the 18th century Castillo de Dénia, it has a colourful history pertaining to its former Moorish past. It is well equipped with some incredible villas in Costa Blanca north.
  • Torrevieja: Famous for its unique pink salt and green salt lakes which are a must see during your stay in a Costa Blanca apartment, it has some of the best beaches around this area of the Mediterranean and resort facilities to make the most of your holiday.
  • Santa Pola: An ideal destination to spend a quiet family holiday, and has a lot of offers for Costa Blanca accommodation.
  • Moraira: This coastal town is one of the most exclusive for its upmarket status, mountain backdrop and proximity to the airports of Valencia and Alicante, perhaps you would enjoy our villas in Spain Costa Blanca.

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When to visit the Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca maintains wonderful temperatures throughout the year, although, as a beach destination, the best time to visit is certainly during the summer months like many other Spanish destinations. If you want to find cheap apartments on the Costa Blanca, we recommend that you book during the second half of August. The price of Costa Blanca rentals during the high season begins at around £44 per night while in May and June you can find cheaper apartments starting at £35.

Santa Barbara Castle and other points of interest in the Costa Blanca

  • Santa Barbara Castle: Standing on Mount Benacantil that reaches over 500 ft above Alicante, this 13th century castle frames the city and has an interesting history involving Muslim and Castilian forces.
  • Tabarca Island: Also known as Isla Plana, or ‘Flat Island’, this island is located just off the coast of Alicante and has many beaches and coves that you will love. People travel from Alicante, Santa Pola, Benidorm and Torrevieja to visit this peaceful spot.
  • Terra Mítica: A fantastic theme park that allows you to experience various ancient Mediterranean civilisations such as Greece, Egypt, Iberia, Rome and the islands of the Mediterranean.
  • Penyal d’Ifac Natural Park: Located in Calpe, this is home to many forms of wildlife and the rock rising to 332 m which was known by the Phoenicians as ‘Northern Rock’ to distinguish it from the Rock of Gibraltar. It has views over nearby villages and towns, and on a clear day you can spot Ibiza.
  • Segura River: In just a decade, the river flowing through the Costa Blanca has gone from being one of the most polluted rivers in Europe, to the Spanish river with the lowest average pollution. It is great for fishing, rafting and other leisure activities.
  • Aqualandia: This waterpark is in Benidorm, and sources water from the sea. It is a great day for all of the family and is twinned with the neighbouring animal park, Mundopark.
  • Terra Natura: These theme parks are located near Benidorm and Murcia, and allow visitors to make contact with animals. Another great day out for the family.
  • Mundomar: The marine animal park that is twinned with Aqualandia in Benidorm.
  • Port of Alicante: The main embarking spot for cruise ships and boat trips to various places around the Mediterranean.
  • Algar Waterfalls: At particular points during the summer, it can get particularly hot in places such as Benidorm and Torrevieja. Therefore this is a great option if you fancy a refreshing change of scenery. You can take a dip in these incredible natural waterfalls and they’re only a short distance by car or bus.
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Beaches on the Costa Blanca

  • Postiguet Beach: At 900m in length, this beach has much capacity and is one of the favourites along the coast. It is located in the centre of Alicante, and is at the foot of Mount Benacantil. It is ideally located for moving around the city.
  • West Beach Promenade (Benidorm): One of the three beaches in Benidorm, this one mimics the shape of cliffs and waves and is well lit with handrails and plenty of places to walk.
  • La Zenia Beach: Situated on the coastal road, it is easily reachable from Torrevieja, Murcia, Cartagena and more.
  • Levante Beach: A Blue Flag beach in Benidorm with crystal clear waters. It has a pedestrian promenade and is a great spot for families.
  • San Juan Beach: It is an incredibly clean beach with warm sea temperatures and a length of over 5km.
  • Cala Ambolo: One of the best nudist beaches on the coast with 300m, and is a mix of sand and pebbles.
  • La Fossa Beach: Located in Calpe, this beach has a wonderful view across the Penyal d’Ifac which is a limestone outcrop. You can have a go at fishing here.
  • La Albufereta Beach: A palm tree beach with plenty of shade. It is easily reached from Alicante and is over 500 m long.
  • Cala Finestrat: A quieter beach located in Benidorm. It is nicer for families to relax and enjoy themselves here.
  • Portet Beach: A shell shaped beach that is a popular option for families. It is a nice place to take a beer nearby.
  • Albir Beach: Located near Benidorm, this beach can get busy but is slightly less crowded than some of urban beaches located in the central vicinity.
  • Moraig Beach: An incredible cove located past Javea. It is a popular spot with divers and snorkelers due to the fascinating marine life in the crystal waters.