Costa Blanca is a region on the southeastern coast of Spain, located in the province of Alicante and extending for 240 kilometers along the Mediterranean Sea. It got its name because of the sand color on the coast: from the Spanish “costa blanca” it means “white coast”.
Costa Blanca is the most popular tourist region in Spain by maxxyustas / Depositphotos
Many foreigners acquire real estate here: they live on the Costa Blanca for several months a year, and the rest of the time they rent the purchased houses to tourists. Continue reading