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    Costa Blanca: many people think that the name Costa Blanca (white coast) has to do with white beaches. However, it is different. The region used to be known for its almond cultivation and 'Blanca' refers to the white blossom of the almond trees.

    Towns and villages

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    Both along the coast of the Costa Blanca and a few kilometers inland you will find gems such as: Villajoyosa, Finestrat, Altea, Polop, Guadalest, Teulada, Moraira, Denia and Xaló (Jalón). There, normal life has slowly continued without being influenced too much by tourism. If you don't want to spend a day on the beach, but want to experience the authentic Spain, this region has plenty to offer.

    Ideal about Casa Oliveira is its central location near the Autopista del Mediterráneo (AP-7), which means that large(r) cities such as Valencia, Alicante and Murcia are quickly and easily accessible. Ideal for a day visit for shopping, museum visits, etc.

    Restaurants

    On the Costa Blanca you can enjoy both the delicious fresh products from the sea and the rural dishes from the interior. The specialty in the Valencia region and on the Costa Blanca is without a doubt paella. When you head into the hinterland you will find game dishes on the menu, but also rabbit, goat and lamb. In the large seaside resorts you will find an extensive and diverse range of restaurants. In the old quarters you can eat simple meals in the tabernas and on the beach you can have a cheap meal at the chiringuitos. Tapas are served in many bars and cafes and you usually have the option of ordering tapas in larger portions, raciones, as a main meal.

    The beach

    The Costa Blanca evokes visions of sun, sea, palm trees and golden beaches: the dream of many holidaymakers. Two of the best beaches on the Costa Blanca are the 4 km long Playa de Levante and Playa de Poniente in Benidorm.

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    For example, they have a Blue Flag, making it safe for children to play. Thanks to the sheltered mountains around Benidorm, you will not be bothered by a possible cold wind. Active people can let loose to their heart's content; sailing, jet skiing and paragliding are only a small part of the (water) sports on offer. Would you like to choose from even more beaches or do you simply want to hop from beach to beach on the Costa Blanca? Between the popular Benidorm and the small-scale town of Altea you will find Albir, a relatively unknown holiday resort. Yet this coastal town is becoming more popular by the day and that is partly due to Playa del Albir. Families love to come here because of the shallow water!

    But be sure to also take a look at the beach of Villajoyosa, located directly on the boulevard of this beautiful town with its unique colorful facades and underground parking garage. You are there within a maximum of 15 minutes from Casa Oliveira.

    Walking and cycling

    There are plenty of places to visit around Orxeta: a region where 20 hidden gems await you. Check out the best places to visit in the region:

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