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Attractions to visit from your Spain villas in Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca has much more to offer than its attractive coast, beaches and bays. Rent holiday villas in Spain and you can discover charming towns, explore local history and enjoy traditional artistic handicraft and cuisine from your very own holiday lettings.
The Old Town of Jávea is impressive with historical buildings such as Església de Sant Bertomeu and a Gothic fortified church, whilst the sandy beaches are perfect for swimming near your villas Spain. Crystal clear water and an impressive number of underwater species also make diving an unforgettable experience on your self-catering holidays. Also visit the Archaeological and Ethnographical Museum and the Nuestra Señora de Loreto church by the harbour.
Gata de Gorgos
This village is an important handicraft centre and is famous for its typical wicker, cane and bamboo products. The local shops offer a wide range of products to take back to your last minute cottages and villa rentals Spain.
Elche can be traced back to the Iberian period (4th century BC). At the exotic park Huerto del Cura, you can enjoy the palm trees, the city gate Torre de Calahorra and the remains of an old Arab fortress near your villas Spain. Many interesting archaeological remains have been found here, including the stone bust of the Lady of Elche, now on exhibition in Madrid.
Vall des Pop
Vall de Pop and Jalón are accessible from your villas in Valencia. The area has approximately 2,000 inhabitants and is known for its vineyards, handicrafts, flea market and various local delicacies like olives and almonds. Stop by the family-run Francis bakery, established in 1840, and try some delicious cakes and biscuits. The scenery surrounding Tossalet is amazing. Charming hills provide a fantastic view over Jalón.
The imposing rock Peñón de Ifach is what first meets the eye when approaching your villas in Valencia as it rises as a giant from the Mediterranean Sea. Peñón de Ifach is one of the smallest natural parks in Spain. Vineyards, a long sandy beach and small bays are ideal for relaxation near your holiday villas in Spain. We recommend you to visit the remnants of the old Roman baths.
Museo del Mar
Museo del Mar tells the fascinating story of Santa Pola and is located in an old fortress dating back to the 16th century. Take a journey through local history from your villa rentals Spain- from the Iberian epoch to the great period of fishing. The museum is open year round and the entrance ticket includes access to the fishery museum.