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Area Guide

Is one of the most popular holiday towns on the Costa Blanca sitting on the bay beneath the picturesque Penon d'Ifach, twenty minutes north of Benidorm. It attracts visitors from the UK and the rest of Europe to its lovely beaches and lively bars and restaurants and is well worth a visit, the fish port in particular sitting beneath the Penon d'Ifach is certainly worth a visit if you like dining in  fish restaurants as there are many  restaurants of this type serving freshly caught fish on the menu.

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Is an inland town  in the hills above Benidorm and it is a popular area  for people working in Benidorm with a large English expatriate resident community and English school having evolved here in recent years. La Nucia has grown dramatically over the past 20 Years,with many new developments, Shops, Bars and Restaurants being built,providing everything you could possible need in a Modern environment with the Beaches of the Coast only 15 minutes away.

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Benidorm has in excess of 6 million visiting tourists each year this will rise as soon as the new airport terminal in Alicante begins to take in more flights. Alicante airport is less than 60 kilometers the transport links are excellent with quality roads running into Benidorm from the airport and the AP7 motorway with three exits into Benidorm travelling time from the airport to the centre is around 45 minutes Benidorm is an ideal place to set up a small business in Spain.

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Alfaz del Pi is located in the region of Alicante on the Costa Blanca. The towns history is ancient and it’s was a fortified settlement to protect against the pirates who used to raid this part of the Spanish coast. Its current name comes from the Moorish period. The Moors used to grow fruits and almonds in the area besides their metal mining industry. This small town, has now grown into one of Costa Blanca’s major tourist centers. Situated a mere 50 kilometers to the north of the Alicante airport and 130 kilometers from Valencia.

 

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Villajoyosa, which literally means means 'joyful or happy town', is located 32 km's from Alicante and 10 km's from Benidorm. The town stretches out along side a sandy beach, bordered with palm trees and ends at its fishing port. The lower part of the town surprises the visitor with its beautiful facades painted in vibrant colors. With its numerousrestaurants and bars, and its wonderful little market place, the older town has been declared an historic monument and is at the heart of the city, with its multi-colored facades and its narrow streets. They seem to draw you in and invite you to discover the emotion and the beauty of this recently restored village. Apart from paella, Villajoyosa has a full range of local rice, fish and vegetables available in local restaurants. Salted fish is also very famous. Also don't forget to sample Villajoyosa's famous turrón and chocolate. The sprawling metroplis of Benidorm is just 10 km's away and offers a wide choice of bars and restaurants  and holiday entertainment.

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The Costa Blanca

The Costa Blanca lies at the southerly end of the Valencian community and is one of Spain's most popular tourist destinations.Benidorm, Calpe, Denia and Javea  are the main resorts attracting thousands of visitors every year.  According to the World Health Organisation, the Costa Blanca is the healthiest place in Europe to live.The Benidorm area has everything you can dream of climate, entertainment and is logistically a perfect location to build a business and a new lifestyle be it a simple drinks bar,entertainments venue,bar cafeteria,supermarket,gift shop then this area can certainly provide the tourists and customers needed to sustain these types of businesses.Residential and Commercial property is now available at very affordable prices and with Spanish banks being a little more flexible with their lending criteria, this coming  year 2012 has never been a better time to look seriously at residential and commercial property purchase  before prices begin to rise.

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Altea in Spain, one of the most beautiful cities along the Costa Blanca with about 15 000 inhabitants can be reached using the AP7 highway.About 15km north of Benidorm and just south of Calpe, Altea is one of the view villages which maintained most of the former fishing village flair of the past times.

Altea and its Village look

Famous for its church Nuestra Senora del Consuelo or Virgen de Consuelo with its fantastic looking blue roof. One of the view places along the Coast, Altea centre still gives you this kind of spanish village look. The city of Altea feels a little bit divided due to the passing of the national road N-332 which separates Altea a little bit from its beach and harbor area. Beside the road you will find shops the most attractive place around Altea is its harbour with many nice restaurants and bars. If you visitor stay in Altea, you should also visit the little villages around; especially La Nucia to the north of Altea with its Sunday market is worth a nice day trip.

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