Find details of Tourist Attractions - Costa Blanca, Spain.
Including Theme Parks, Water Parks and popular places to visit.
Discover the best of the Old Town of Denia with a walk through the narrow streets, visiting the many historic sights, followed by a climb up to Denia castle and the Archaelogical Museum.
Visit this page for details of how to book your visit to The Peñon d'Ifach / Calpe Rock - one of the most famous sights along the Costa Blanca coastline and also a protected Natural Park. If you are looking to climb Calpe Rock, you need to book an appointment on the official website.
See our guide to the Top 5 Attractions and Family Days Out on the Costa Blanca. The Costa Blanca is a popular holiday destination for families, and there are a great choice of attractions to keep the kids happy. From splashing around in a waterpark to admiring the natural beauty of a natural waterfall, from horse riding in Benissa to go karting in Javea, there are plenty of attractions and Family Days Out that will keep both parents and children happy.
Javea port is well worth a visit to enjoy many shops, restaurants, (tapas) bars and the pretty La Grava beach alongside the promenade lined with lovely palm trees in a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy excellent seafood restaurants fantastic harbour and sea views. Javea Port is the location of many Javea fiestas & festivals, including the fantastic Moors and Christians parade in July, and the Saint Mare de Deu de Loreto celebrations.
The mouth of the Algar River in Altea is a coastal wetland and natural habitat that is popular with bird watchers - it is the key location for the annual migration of more than 100 species of birds.
La Cueva de las Calaveras "Cave of Skulls" is a perfect day out from Calpe, Moraira & Javea. The caves are situated in a magnificent location, located to the north of the province of Alicante in Benidoleig.
Valencia is Spain's third largest city and a popular destination for a day out from Calpe, Moraira and Javea. With it's wonderful mixture of history, modern architecture, plazas, cathedral and attractions, click here and plan your trip to Valencia.
Blanca Cars - Car Hire Costa Blanca - have chosen this great list of Things to do and Places to Visit in Moraira, Spain - including Playa El Portet, Moraira Friday market, Moraira Castle, Saxo Disco Garden, AV Karting, Brevis Mini Golf & Family Park, Ziba Active, Play de L'Ampolla, Oceana Club, and Torre Vigia Cap d'Or.
Located on the northern slope of Cabo de San Antonio, La Cova Tallada is a spectacular sea cave that can be accessed by hiking, kayak or boat. It was once an important quarry for a rare type of stone, and it is a beautiful spot to swim or snorkel.
Aqualandia Water Park is located in Benidorm, Spain and offers a wide variety of water slides and attractions for the whole family,
The Fonts Algar waterfalls are a must place to visit on the Costa Blanca, Spain. Las Fuentes Del Algar is a natural beautyspot that attracts thousands of visitors over the Summer months.
Located within swimming distance from Cala Barraca/Cala del Portitxol is the beautiful Isla del Portichol. The island has great archaeological and botanical significance, and is frequented by divers and snorkelers alike.
Javea has a rich religious history, with the seven remaining hermitages acting as physical monuments to that past. Built between the 14th and 19th centuries, the beautiful hermitages of Javea are well worth visiting for anyone interested in history.
Located at the southern end of Calpe, Mirador Monte Toix will reward you with breathtaking views of of Cumbre del Sol, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm, and even Ibiza on clear days.
Discover Les Fonts D'Algar, a breathtaking area for waterfalls that has been a Protected Water Area since 2002. The 1.5km walk along the river Algar reveals stunning waterfalls, springs, and pools, where you can bathe in the lush and refreshing waters.
Just a few minutes away from Javea, Gata de Gorgos is the perfect place to visit if you like beautiful, handicraft products, particuarly wicker. With its wide array of shops, colourful high street, and charming local church, exploring this village is a wonderful way to spend your time.
Complete with gorgeous sand and rolling waves, Calpe's 1.5km Promenade is the perfect place to go on a stroll. There are plenty of bars and restaurants along the panoramic seafront, and the iconic Peñon d'Ifach makes for a beautiful backdrop.
El Castell de Guadalest, or simply Guadalest, is a beautiful historic mountain village on the Costa Blanca. Only accessible through a 15 foot tunnel known as the Portal de San Jose, the village has a charming feel to it.