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Holidaying in the Beautiful Costa Blanca
Very well known to the tourist for its attractiveness, Costa Blanca, before the boom in tourism was, an accumulation small fishing villages. You will still find it to be so. While some of the villages restricted extended development, they were able to keep the charm. Those, who didn't want to be the part of this "less development" is better ideology, are now lined with villas and apartments. It may not be considered as an ideal scenario, yet it is a source of income to the locals.
The sandy beaches spread in a area of approximately 100 km with a few interesting rocky outlets too. The north side has a diversity with cliffs, sand and pebbled beaches as well as greenery. South is not too different, with flat sandy beaches, palm trees, salty lakes but it is dryer. Diversity is, as it should be, a part and parcel of Costa Blanca including the spectrum of rural villages and cosmopolitan resorts like Benidorm.
The north side resembles the climatic conditions of California, Southern Australia and Africa. The temperature in August is 25 centigrade while January experiences approximately 12 centigrade - very pleasant total. Per year, the average quantity of sunny days is around 320.
In winter, the north is drier and warmer than Costa Brava. In summer, south is not like Costa del Sol: humid and hot. The WHO states that for arthritis, it really is one of the best climates world wide and a sense of relief can be gained within days when a sufferer stays there. The sunshine is approximately same in summer as in winter.
You will find coves, pebbled beaches and fine flat sandy beaches. Most of them meet the Blue Flag standard. The favourite beach there is Calpe's Levante which can be 2km long and 40 meters wide. Lined with beach bars and restaurants is Penon de Ifach. Another of Calpe's beach is Arenal-Bol which can be 1.2 km long.
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