Experience more of Spain as you visit Costa Blanca

For those of you who’re attempting to catch a slice of the Spanish tourist hotspots, you can rest assured that there’s no lack of accommodation in the Spanish cities. You can find a suitable place of stay by pulling out the bargain breaks.

 Make your holiday trip memorable by visiting all tourist spots in Costa Blanca. It will be easier if you hire a car from a reputable car rental service.

 The motorway (Ap-7) connecting this city to all places of tourist interest will help you speed past monuments, picturesque villages, and townships.

 Discover a new world by stepping out of Benidorm

 Bring out the nature lover in you

 The rugged coastal area of Alfàs del Pì and Altea has a natural park called Serra Gelada that takes a small drive upwards to about 300 meters from Benidorm. A number of reasons have made this place amazing for the visitors. The entire eastern Spain doesn’t have any other place providing grounds for amazing sceneries, fresh air, natural purity and tranquility like this one. It will take you about 2 hours to climb up the mountain on your feet. Alternatively, you may choose to opt for a 4×4 jeep ride! Those who visit this place frequently don’t suggest you use a cycle as it demands a fair bit of pedaling.

 Drive through the city of Valencia!

 Take a drive for an hour and 40 minutes from Benidorm in a northward direction and you’ll reach Valencia, the capital city of this region. This place ranks higher up on your list of must-sees and hiring a car isn’t a problem at all. This city is known for a long list of tourist attractions for your entire family. A 3D theater, opera house, a huge aquarium and a museum are all that support its love for science and arts.

 Check out the Algar Waterfalls

 The waterfalls of Algar reflect an unspoiled beauty that your eyes won’t skip on your first trip to Costa Blanca. The place looks pristine within the inland township of Callosa d’en Sarria, which is just 10 km away from Albir.

 For a majority of us, it looks shocking to experience the summer months in Costa Blanca. The best way to beat the heat is to spend quality time swimming in the Algar and rejoice in its crystal clear water. The water of Algar remains cool all the year round regardless of the changing weather, and this is certainly a great way to feel refreshed while you’re spending a holiday with your loved ones out there.

Prior to your visit, you may choose to book a room at one of the choicest hotels. Hotels like the Sol Pelicanos Ocas ensure luxury within your budget. There’s much more to do than just a small camp site, a picnic area, toilets, and refreshment area on this site. You have so many options to check out while visiting eastern Spain that the list above mentions just a small fraction of all holiday attractions.

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