Moraira is an absolute jewel in the crown of the Costa Blanca. The town council passed laws limiting the height of buildings and protecting the natural pines that cover the sides of the valley. This pretty town has retained its charm and consists mainly of individual villas, with no package holiday hotels and few apartment blocks. The upmarket yacht marina and abundance of cosmopolitan restaurants and sandy coves make this a truly idyllic place to call home.
A short walk along the coast is the beautiful bay of El Portet a very sought after location for property buyers, with its exclusive villas, sea view properties and divine narrow sandy beach, a dream location for a dream house.
The town of Teulada manages to retain its Spanish heritage and traditions, with its street market held on Wednesday mornings and the numerous fiestas that occur throughout the year, provide the best example of Spanish customs. Teulada is home to many local people who reside in the traditional and spacious townhouses as well as more modern apartments. On the outskirts of the town, you will find some stunning traditional fincas, many with sea views down to bay in Moraira.
Benitachell is a town of 3 parts with something for all tastes. From the traditional old town, mainly consisting of townhouses and apartments and offering a great place to integrate with the Spanish local, s to the urbanisation of Cumbre del Sol. This has a more international population, with spectacular views to the Mediterranean and is also the location of one of the best international schools in the area. Benitachell also boasts the countryside urbanisations of Les Fonts and Los Molinos
Benissa has 4km of Coastline linking the areas of Moraira and Calpe. The scenery includes cliff tops, rocky coves, sandy beaches and tiny bays all along the Benissa Costa. The territory of Benissa also contains terraced vineyards, mountains and palm trees.
In the old town of Benissa, Spanish village houses, with doorsteps directly onto the cobbled street, often have internal courtyards and are deceptively spacious inside. You will also find old Fincas sitting on large plots amongst vineyards with panoramic views of the sea.
Nearby towns along the Benissa Coast are becoming increasingly popular areas such as La Fustera, Cala dels Pinets, Cala de La Llobella, Cala l'Advocat, Baladrar and the upmarket area of Cap Blanc which borders onto Moraira,
The wide avenues and modern buildings of Calpe sit next to the old fishing village and sandy beaches. Calpe lies at the heart of the Costa Blanca with many apartments available for town centre living and spacious villas sitting on the outskirts of the town. Calpe has a wonderful mixture of old Valencian culture and modern tourist facilities and is a town rich in history and culture. Dominating the area is the towering rock of Ifach rising from the sea.
Javea lies 90km from Ibiza and is Located between the capes of San Antonio and Nao. The historic quarter is located two kilometres away from the coastline, this area has preserved its beautiful architecture, with its 14th-century church, indoor market, cobbled streets and attractive townhouses. The hub of Javea tends to be the Arenal beach where tourists and locals congregate, the horseshoe bay boasts a plethora of restaurants as well as a long promenade. Here you will find beachside apartments ideal for lock up and leave holiday homes. The port area is a great location for walking distance to shops and restaurants and is close to the marina. For something more rural the Montgo mountain area offers Fincas and villas on good sized plots. Javea has much to offer with many different areas offering individual villas only a short drive to the beach.