All inclusive couples holidays in Costa Blanca was one of the earliest areas developed for tourism in Spain, and all the main resort hotels, and most of the smaller ones, are continuing to develop as well as promote new travel products. Almost all the resorts have local travel and leisure authorities who organise events during the summer; concerts, sports, food events, street markets, a kids programme etc, a lot of which are free. So it’s worth getting a programme from either the town hall or alternatively tourist office as they aren’t usually well publicised.
Here is a brief selection of some of the entertainments which will make your all inclusive Costa Blanca getaway one of the most unique.
Places not to miss while on all inclusive Costa Blanca holidays
It’s not always easy to keep the nippers entertained and happy, but which often won’t be a problem on holiday deals in Costa Blanca. There are an abundance of amusement parks, but the stars are:
Despite Benidorm’s amazing beach locations, Aqualandia, Europe’s first water-ride theme park and still going strong, is one of the resort’s most popular sights. In fact, you could probably say it’s one of Costa Blanca cheap all inclusive most best-selling points of interest.
Hair-raising water chutes, laid back lagoons to float on, a casual drift down the Amazon or alternatively tumble in the Atlantic surf – there’s even an artificial seashore for when you feel you are getting a bit too much of all the water rides.
If you are brave enough try the two kamikaze runs, which include the black hole, a drop into total darkness, and some pretty terrifying water chutes. With dozens of lifeguards are always on patrol you can let it fly. The same company owns MundoMar, next door, an animal theme park that lets you swim with dolphins and has lots of feeding shows and other diversions. You can easily buy a combined ticket for both attractions.
Terra Mítica is another fantastic place to visit during your cheap all inclusive holidays in Costa Blanca. This a mythical arena of gods and heroes inspired by the ancient cultures of the Mediterranean and beyond; Greece, Rome, Iberia, the Islands and Egypt. Numerous live shows daily with over three hundred actors create epic battles. Witness dancing and body-twisting acrobatics all around you, and you may scare yourself rigid on some of the most intense rides in Europe.
Shock yourself on the gigantic rollercoaster Magnus Colossus and even the free-fall Flight of the Phoenix. If it’s all too much for you, you can take a leisurely ride through the Labyrinth of the Minotaur or maybe the Pyramid of Cheops.
Terra Natura is considered the animal kingdom’s version of Terra Mitica, and provides a wildlife journey to exotic places in Europe, Asia and America in just one day. There are around 1500 animals of two hundred species.
Costa Blanca Sandy beaches
Most people come on holidays to Costa Blance to enjoy the beaches. Levante is the most popular with over two kilometres long of splendid soft sands. It runs the full length of the main tourist area and once you’ve parked your towel anything you need is only a couple of minutes’ walk away – food, drink, ice creams and beachy things, the prom is full of them.
During high season Levante can get pretty crowded, but when you are settled in there are an abundance of attractions to keep the family entertained. It’s got the only cable-car in Spain linked to the beach, at Rincon de Loix, the northern end of the coastline.
Poiniente, for the south, is three kilometres long, making it the biggest in Costa Blanca. This has always been the Spanish side of town, with foreign visitors only truly ‘discovering’ it in the last few years. It delivers the same features as Levante; floating platforms, beach library, volleyball nets and other sports, but has always been much quieter, particularly at the more southern end.
Even at the height of the season you should still be able to find a place to put your towel, so it’s worth the walk along the seafront from Levante if space is tight here.
Mutually Levante and Poiniente offer accessible seaside services for disabled holidaymakers.
Mal Pas is situated in a cove below the old town and separates the other two. It’s rather tiny, nonetheless when outside to main holiday months delivers a much more serene ambiance, while still being close to all facilities.
They are all beautiful exotic beach locations to visit during Costa Blanca all inclusive breaks, and have a Blue Flag award for many years. Since it is south facing you can easily get roasted on the sunny days, so apply lots of high factor.
Playa del Postiguet, Costa Blanca
Playa del Postiguet is another of Costa Blanca’s beach locations and very popular. The 900m-wide arc of golden sand just below Castillo de Santa Bárbara. It’s barely ten minutes from the Alicante and right beside the palm tree-lined Explanada de Espana, so there are an abundance of restaurants and pubs if you feel the need for a break from the sandy and relaxed sea.
It really is used as much by locals as by tourists – so gets rather hectic on weekends. It gives car parking, foot showers, toilets, lifeguard watchtowers, a Red Cross post and disabled access.
North of Postiguet, Playa de San Juan you will come across 5 miles of spectacular sands, and one of the best known in Costa Blanca. Access here is easy access by tram. The sea slopes gently, with lifeguards patrolling the seashore on foot as well as in towers it’s really family hospitable. Some segments of the beach have sun beds for hire and there are lots of beach side places to eat.
A further twenty-five minute tram trip gives you an chance not only to encounter a bit of the coastal backdrop. This end is very well liked with the Spanish, but hasn’t fully hit the international headlines as far as all inclusive goes.
All the facilities you need are around the seafront that will runs along the resort’s two beaches of white sands with gently sloping shores which are ideal for children.
The Playa de Arenal stands out as another beach location to enjoy all inclusive family holidays in Costa Blanca. In high season and summer weekends this is usually packed. The mile of blue-flag beach is fantastic for kids.
With so many excellent shorelines in the Costa Blanca there is never any lack of water-borne holiday events for all levels, from the complete novice to go-it-alone buffs. First-time water skiers can learn to keep their skis together at the only cable-ski station in Spain that links directly from the shore at Benidorm, still alive and kicking after nearly 30 years.
Denia lingers as the top resort in Costa Blanca to enjoy all inclusive, last minute or all inclusive holidays in Costa. You can definitely access some direct water sports at the beach, and there’s plenty of bays to discover, as well as the wreck Felguera, a 45’ ship which wrecked in the twilight of the 1800’s.
Javea has diving places to suit varying levels. Boat hire, canoeing and a variety of board sports as well as fishing are all well catered for. In front of the beach locations at Benidorm there is a submerged platform, known as La Llosa, an important underwater reserve with a large number of protected species.
Map of Costa Blanca
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