Dénia and Javea are situated in the north of the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. The resorts offer the visitor a long coastline and a very good infrastructure. One finds small shops, supermarkets, banks, bars, restaurants and cafes.
Javea, (Xàbia) is an authentic fishing town located at the Costa Blanca on the most easterly point of the Iberian peninsula of Spain. Centrally located 100 km from Valencia (due north) and 90 km from Alicante (due south), Javea is an easy hours drive by car from these historical cities and their airports. The island of Ibiza is a ferry trip away from Denia, another unique coastal town only a short drive through the picturesque mountains.
Moraira, a small fishing town on the Costa Blanca, located between the cities of Valencia in the north and Alicante in the south. Nestled, in the mountains of Bernia, in a bay which can be considered a natural harbor, the fishing town offers sandy beaches, unspoiled nature beaches and rocky coves.
Altea is located in a bay between Cape Mascarat and Punta de la Bombarda. The mountain range of the Sierra de Bernia demarcates Altea from the inland. The beaches of Altea are all excellent pebble beaches with the blue flag of the EU for cleanliness and infrastructure.
The Costa Blanca or White Coast extends along the eastern coast of Spain (approximately in the middle) and covers the province of Alicante. The Costa Blanca has the best all year round temperatures. The Costa Blanca is famous for its tourism. Once upon a time the places along the coast were mostly just tiny fishing villages. Then the fantastic climate and beaches attracted tourists and the area boomed. Some towns have restricted their development and retained their original charms while others have over-developed and lost what charm they originally had.