La Nucia

La Nucia is an elegant residential zone with 69 housing estates inhabited all year by local and foreign residents, though this has not changed the customs and beauty of this peaceful village. The series of small rises (tossalets)...

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Castell de Guadalest

One of the most emblematic tourist images of the Costa Blanca is undoubtedly the picture formed by the freestanding elegant bell tower and the tunnel that provides access to the old centre of Castell de Guadalest, both located...

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Callosa d’En Sarrià

Callosa d´En Sarriá´s curious name comes from Bernat d´En Sarriá, the first Christian feudal lord of Boronía, an area of Moorish influences and agriculture. He subsequently transferred ownership to the Bou family and the...

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Polop

The silhouette of Ponoch, the sleeping lion of Gabriel Miró, and the profile of the town with its tower and ancient cementery are emblematic of this attractive town. Polop is the place discovered by Gabriel Miró, whose house...

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Altea

The dome of Altea´s church, blue with a white geometrical design, is one of the symbolic images of the Costa Blanca. Altea is situated on a hill whose peak rises above the white-tiled parish church. The magnificently jumbled and...

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Calpe

In the thirties writers such as Hemingway spent their summers in Calpe. Calpe´s first hotel was established next to the Peñón Rock: the Ifach Parador. The Morro del Toix and the Peñón de Ifach mark the extremities of...

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