Thursday, October 10, 2013

Costa Blanca Beaches

Beach holidays are popular throughout the world for their draw of people searching for the beauty and warmth of the coastal lands. The less the air temperature counteracts the suns warming effect, the better the destination seems to be. These draws are a prime reason for Costa Blanca beaches and coastlines changing, developing and accommodating their visitors. The resorts in the area have made sure to build as close to these beaches so as to make it all the easier to visit the beaches and enjoy yourself.

The Costa Blanca beaches are covered in talc-white, powdery sand. This coloring provides the name for the region, Costa Blanca, or the White Coast. The climate is a comfortable average of 19 degrees centigrade year round, and the region sees about 300 days of sun per year. Costa Blanca is the driest place in Spain throughout the winter season. This means the beaches are always beautiful and dry, and they are not mucky like water drenched sand.

Costa Blanca beachThe sand on the coastline is powder soft and clean with an ability to relax the soul. The bright color tends to not hold the heat as well as some darker sands found primarily in the south of Spain, but it is just enough to keep the sand comfortable through much of the night.

There are several large cities on the coast of southeast Spain in the Costa Blanca. Benidorm has a reputation for being the “cut-price Miami Beach” of the Mediterranean. It is a main attraction for teenagers looking to let loose. Luckily for those who are looking for a calm, quiet holiday, there are plenty of small towns along the coast with both established beaches and untouched coves. Many of these small coves are likely unvisited by many people, and are a few of the best Costa Blanca beaches. The awesome azure tinted waters of the Mediterranean Sea are set up outstandingly with the pearl white sand of the busiest beaches, and the most hidden coves.

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