Costa Blanca South
The 400-kilometer long coastline of La Costa Blanca is divided into Costa Blanca North and Costa Blanca South. The bustling heart of Costa Blanca south is the provincial capital Alicante with its international airport and international seaport, both of which are important to the economy in this southern part of Costa Blanca. The enormous amount of shops, the museums, and churches, the real Spanish streets with the many flower beacons in the Historic Old Town of Alicante are a big attraction for the many millions of tourists who visit this place every year, as well as the beautiful boulevard and sandy beaches, where a huge range of local restaurants is offered. Here you can taste real Spanish life. Along the entire southern coast of Costa Blanca are beautiful bays with both sand and pebble beaches.
The south coast of Costa Blanca can also be reached by the express tram which runs from the seaport of Denia, in the northern part, along the whole coast to the south, ending in the center of Alicante. Along this railway line, the tram also reaches the well-known seaside resorts Altea, Villajoyosa, and Benidorm, which all have their station. The many places with their stations, which lie on this tramline ensure that the car traffic to the busy provincial city of Alicante is somewhat limited, because the tram runs through beautiful natural areas, so that breathtaking views can be enjoyed during the tram ride.