Costa Blanca Holidays 2024/2025

Located on the Southeast coast of Spain, looking out to the Mediterranean and the nearby Balearic Island of Ibiza, the sun is always shining on Costa Blanca holidays. Lovable Benidorm gets the limelight here with the biggest hotels, attractions and nightlife, as well as buckets of golden sand. There is much more to the area though, with small, chic resorts along the coast with fantastic beaches and quieter surroundings.

Holidays to Costa Blanca don’t need to break the bank, and with plenty of great deals to be had across the sun-drenched resorts, they won’t. Whether you’re six or 60, Costa Blanca with its combination of water and theme parks, old town charm and evening entertainment are sure to delight.

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Be a beach bum

You could come to Costa Blanca for years and still never sample all of the beaches that run for 200 kilometres along this beautiful coastline. Most of them have Blue Flag status for cleanliness and top facilities, so you know your beach days will be dreamy.

Benidorm’s six kilometres of sand includes Levante beach, which is a popular pick for families. The shore slopes gently perfect for a paddle, while further out there are swinging bridges, diving boards, rafts and a wet playground, as well as a whole array of watersports should you fancy a go. To the west, Poniente Beach is another one of the biggest in Benidorm, but is usually slightly less busy. Maybe you prefer your beach days a bit quieter, head over to Malpas beach by the harbour for a beautiful stretch of sand and guaranteed relaxation .

The smaller resort of Denia, despite its size, has 20 kilometres of sand to go around, all of which are spectacular spots for relaxation and splashing around with the kids. They range from the bays of Les Rotes beach, which backs on to Montgo nature reserve, to urban beaches with all the trimmings like Les Marines. Another popular pick among families is the two Blue Flag curving beaches of Moraira with their sheltered nature and good facilities.

Whether you like the buzzing holiday vibe or you prefer a little more tranquility, Costa Blanca holidays offers it all, and with so many sandy options available, you can enjoy beach days all holiday long. What’s more, beach days are the ideal way to enjoy your holiday whether choosing cheap holidays to Costa Blanca to keep the cost low, luxury hotels and sparing no detail, or making the most of the All Inclusive hotels in Costa Blanca.

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After all that lounging on the beach, you’ll have plenty of energy to burn in the bars and clubs come night time. Of course, Benidorm is the best place to really let off some steam and you can do just that with everything from foam parties, outdoor and indoor pool parties to dance gardens and rock shows, cabaret and karaoke. So whether you fancy a swift pint in an Irish bar or dancing until sunrise in one of the Ibiza style clubs – El Divino or Space for example – Benidorm nightlife really is something to experience.

Some nights you’ll just want to chill out though, and while there’s a little bit of everything in Benidorm, it’s the smaller resorts in Costa Blanca where you can get that laid back vibe. In Moraira there are flamenco guitarists to listen to on Plaza de la Iglesia or you could try Denia’s chilled out bars and jazz joints on Calle La Mar.

Even if you’re lapping up the luxuries of All Inclusive, you won’t regret heading out for a night or two to experience Costa Blanca after dark. Indeed, there’s plenty on offer for those looking for cheap holidays to Costa Blanca too, tons of venues means tons of choice, so there will be plenty to suit your budget.

Slides and rides

You won’t be short of something to do with your friends and family during the day as there is an exciting range of fun parks in Costa Blanca. Benidorm is home to the fantastic Aqualandia waterpark and Mundomar Animal Park for some seriously fun days out for all, whether you love the adrenaline of hitting 100km/h, or you want to be face to face with a dolphin. Tickets can be bought online prior to your holiday to help you budget, and there are several deals, including entry to both parks with one ticket, which can help save some money too.

A little further out of town are Terra Mitica Park and the pirate-themed Iberia Park, which again can be booked together to save pennies. Terra Natura wildlife park and its neighbouring water park are also in this area, but all are easily accessed by regular buses which will take you there directly.

As you can see, there seriously is plenty of fun to be had on holiday in Costa Blanca, and all of the resorts are easily accessible to one another making it easy to get around. It is the perfect family destination.

Enjoy the scenery

It’s not just adrenaline fueled parks on offer here, Costa Blanca has much to do for every holidaymaker.

Costa Blanca is flanked on one side by its picturesque coast and on the other by magnificent mountains which are ripe for hiking – and selfie taking. Or, you may prefer to stroll through the valleys full of orange, lemon and almond groves.

The Algar waterfalls are around a 15-minute drive from both Benidorm and Moraira. Here you can explore the 1.5-kilometre walkway that crosses the River Algar and rewards visitors with amazing views over the falls.

Other places of interest around the area are the city of Alicante, with its hilltop castle and chic boutiques, and Valencia, which has ultra-modern architecture and an oceanographic aquarium. You’ll be landing home from your holiday to Costa Blanca with a whole album of stunning snaps to make everyone jealous.

Hit the shops

Costa Blanca is certainly not short of shops – it’s not really short of anything! Benidorm and Alicante are where you’ll find the most designer boutiques. Although, Denia’s tree-lined Carrer Marques de Campo also has a good selection, alongside popular high street names such as Mango and Zara. There are malls brimming with all sorts of shops, including Benidorm’s three-floor La Marina centre, which is definitely worth a visit, even if you’re just window shopping.

If you’re looking to hunt out a bargain and get a feel for local life, make sure you head to one of the markets that are hosted weekly. Moraira’s Friday morning street market is one of the biggest in the area and sells all types of food, clothing, soft furnishings and household goods for you to take back home.

Another option is to visit one of Benidorm’s three markets, either on the weekend or a Wednesday. One of which is is a flea market, one more for clothes and gifts, and the third, selling local fruit and vegetables, crafts and other authentic Spanish products. You haven’t really been on holiday to Costa Blanca unless you bring back a souvenir!

Your budget will take you much further than you think on one of our cheap holidays to Costa Blanca, so check out all of our deals today.