The “White Coast” is a wildly popular strip of coastline in Spain’s Alicante Province. The beautiful white beaches and lively nightlife attract millions of visitors each year.
The coast is separated into two distinct areas: Costa Blanca North and Costa Blanca South. The quieter northern district is ripe with quaint seaside villages, while the southern district is the wilder side of the coast, featuring huge resorts and a legendary party scene.
Costa Blanca owes its popularity to its natural beauty; powdery white beaches reaching into the glittering Mediterranean Sea, fertile valleys, and dramatic mountainscapes all compete for your attention and your camera lens. Friendly local residents and budget-friendly accommodations add to it undeniable appeal.