This new option allows you to view the information from the different villages where we offer houses.
Important for you as a home buyer since you may also discover the important information about the location.

Not all villages are published at this time and we will keep you informed about updates from this page.

At this time, you can view information about:
Finestrat / Cala de Finestrat / Sierra Cortina
– Villajoyosa


Through the following links you will find all the tourist information and activities in the region:
Costa Blanca General
Tourist Guide: What is there to be done at the Costa Blanca?



The Costa Blanca Spain is considered the most Healthiest Region In Europe !

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The Costa Blanca has been recognised as the healthiest region to live by the World Health Organization (WHO). With more than 300 days of a year of sunshine, you can enjoy agreeable temperatures the whole year through. The annual average temperature is 18º, which means that in the summer the temperature isn’t extremely high, and the temperature in the winter will be relatively warm.
The Costa Blanca is especially a pleasant area for people with respiratory problems, asthma, skin problems such as with open sores, psoriasis and allergies. People with rheumatism or other muscle or joint problems tend to feel much better in this microclimate. Spaniards are very healthy and have a long life expectancy. This long life expectancy is because of the climate and the food. The Mediterranean cuisine consist mainly fish, olive oil, fruit and vegetables contributing to relatively low incidences of cardiovascular disease. When living in Spain, we must not forget the traditional afternoon nap, known worldwide as a ¨Siesta¨, which also contributes to a healthier life.

These temperatures come because of the microclimate in the area. The Costa Blanca is cloaked by the warm Mediterranean Sea to the east and mountains just a few kilometers inland to the west. Both are string forces in keeping the good weather in and the bad weather out!




Meanings of various signs on the ‘Campo’

You see them a lot when you’re on the campo, but do you know what they all mean?
Below we have made a selection with explanations.





Have a nice time in reading and enjoying the photo’s!