Costa Blanca

With 20 kilometres of coastline, rocky coves and expansive beaches, Torrevieja rates as one of the most popular resorts on the Costa Brava. Enjoy a relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle with over 2,800 hours of sunshine and lots of outdoor activities to get involved in.

There is a wide range of properties available from new builds along the coast to inland detached villas.

Situated around 8 kilometres from the beaches of Guardamar, Ciudad Quesada is a popular residential area with a host of services and activities available. It boasts its own golf course, La Marquesa Golf, a water park, hotel and many shops and leisure facilities.

Properties tend to be townhouses or detached villas and is a popular destination for expats of all nationalities.

Boasting an 18-hole championship golf course designed by golf course architect Bob Putman, Villamartin sits around 4km inland and is 12km southwest of Torrevieja.

Villamartin is built around a central plaza and the golf course leisure complex and is a popular holiday destination and home to many English and Northern European expats.

There are numerous restaurants and bars catering to every taste, and live music at the Villamartin Plaza attracts talent from around the world.

Part of a string of connected resorts and residential communities that run south from Torrevieja, La Zenia sits 40 minutes from Alicante airport and 20 minutes from Murcia airport.

La Zenia is famous for the largest shopping mall in the Alicante region, something that brings visitors back year after year. If you’re looking for a small and affordable Anglo-friendly life in the sun, La Zenia is the perfect location.

Great beaches are a feature of this area as well as, lots of excellent restaurants and bars as well as three golf courses in easy reach for the enthusiastic golfer.

Nestled 8.8 kilometres south of Torrevieja Cabo Roig, it offers white sandy beaches, with lifeguards and a plethora of quality leisure facilities for the numerous visitors.

If you enjoy watersports Cabo Roig is perfect, offering jet ski hire, paddle boarding and water skiing. Dining is split between outstanding quality fine dining and casual restaurants and lively bars and nightclubs along the strip.

Properties are large detached villas along the coast but if you go inland to neighbouring La Regia, there are a number of affordable townhouses, apartments and detached villas.

Having retained much of its traditional Spanish culture, this is a popular area for Spanish families to have a second home. It offers fine sandy beaches, abundant watersports and the haute cuisine Restaurante Los Angeles at the Puerto Deportivo Miguel Caballero marina.

Inland at Lomas de Campoamor is the championship Real Club de Golf, a world class 18-hole course along with a luxury hotel and fine dining restaurants.

Properties along the coast tend to be apartment complexes, while inland there are single storey villas.

Close to Alicante, Albufereta was once the harbour for the Roman area of Lucentum. It has a beautiful golden sandy beach; it has a quiet, relaxed vibe and is popular with locals in the summer months.

Properties near to the beach are apartments with stunning views, while houses are further inland and are bungalows or villas.

This village near Torrevieja is surrounded by turquoise salt lagoons and has retained much of its Spanish charm. The beach is Blue Flag approved and is relatively uncrowded and peaceful.

There is a long boardwalk of lively bars, restaurants and shops and if you want more hustle and bustle, Torrevieja is a few minutes down the road.

Properties tend to be a mix of townhouses and low-rise apartments overlooking the Mediterranean.

San Miguel de Salinas is around 7 miles from the coast, sitting on a hill giving panoramic views over the salt lakes of Torre La Mata and Torrevieja. It still has a very traditional Spanish atmosphere.

The town has several bars and restaurants and a weekly market and is close to some of the area’s championship golf courses.

Properties in San Miguel de Salinas range from luxury villas with stunning views to smaller detached villas with pools and apartments.

Golf in Costa Blanca is extremely popular, and enthusiasts are spoilt for choice when deciding where to play. Villamartin, which hosted the Mediterranean Open in 1994, is a championship course with excellent facilities.

Los Colinas was voted the best course in Spain in 2015, offering an excellent challenge for golfers of all levels. La Finca Resort boasts three outstanding courses – Villamartin, La Finca and Las Ramblas, all have something different to offer the golf enthusiast.