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The Coastline between Benidorm and Denia is indisputably the most beautiful and picturesque of the northern Costa Blanca. The dramatic mountian ranges meet the landscapes of orange, olive and almond groves nestling between the typically spanish towns which hail the famous white sands of the Costa Blanca. The Costa Blanca north is a less developed area of Spain as large scale tourism tends to be centered around the Costa Blanca south and the Costa del Sol. Moraira, Javea and Denia are in a strict conservation zone where building heights and density are rigorously controlled. There is much written about the climate and health benefits of the Costa Blanca, in fact the World Health Organisation has proclaimed that the Moraira, Javea and Denia peninsular of the Costa Blanca has one of the most environmentally perfect climates in the world. When ex-pats move to Spain many of their arthritic and asthmatic conditions tend to be greatly improved thanks to the climate and the 320 days of sunshine a year. This area offers you a diverse mixture of beautiful, long sandy beaches, stunning mountains and lush valleys, white villages (pueblos), modern resorts, golf and water sports, fiestas, ancient churches, wonderful food and wine, warm and generous Spanish people, high standard and lower cost of living, just a couple of hours from the UK. The areas we cover include Denia, Jaeva, Benissa, Calpe, Jalon, La Nucia and Moraira.

 

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Detached Villa with Shared Pool Benitachell Nr Moraira Javea

Quiet location with friendly resident neighbours. This tranquil home benefits from being all on one level. Central heating for winter lets. Totally secure and user f...

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Whats the Weather Like in La Manga Del Mar Menor Spain



Due to Murcia’s tropical location, the climate changes little, with an average high of 32°C (88.6°F) and an average low of 25°C (77 °F) throughout the year. Weather in Murcia is very mild (& well known for it), making it an ideal destination for those looking at holiday rental property abroad. Murcia enjoys a micro climate which is why the climate is so stable - the hills and surrounding mountains limits the amount of rainfall and explains why the region has over 320 days of sunshine every year.
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