In Ibiza, one of the Balearic Islands, nature, culture and fun galore await you by day and by night. Its beaches and coves compete in beauty with the landscapes of its inland areas. Come and discover this holiday destination, designated World Heritage by UNESCO, and get carried away by its special magic.
Ibiza barely reaches 40 kilometres from one end to the other. It is an idyllic island with crystal clear waters, ideal for a swim at any time, peaceful, rural landscapes, mild temperatures and bright sunshine almost all year round.
This island in the Balearics has 210 kilometres of coastline. You can choose between tiny coves, broad beaches of fine sand, or areas of dunes. Ibiza is, however, much more than sun and sand. Inland you will find places well worth discovering.
Many different civilisations have passed through Ibiza over the ages. The island has the UNESCO World Heritage designation for its cultural wealth, including the outstanding Phoenician site at Sa Caleta, the necropolis at Puig des Molins, and the historic old town of Eivissa, Dalt Vila.
On this island you will also find a unique atmosphere, where fun has no.1 priority. This liveliness is reflected in the island’s cultural agenda and night life. The Ibiza night is famous the world over. Besides its fashionable bars and night clubs, there is also a host of other activities that get underway once the sun goes down: street markets, terrace bars, open-air cultural events, concerts… Thousands of young people come year after year to enjoy the latest trends in music and to dance at any time of day or night.
Ibiza also has excellent air communications: its airport is just a few kilometres from Eivissa, with scheduled flights to the other Balearic Islands, the Spanish mainland and a range of European capitals.


Denia is a typical Mediterranean city. Its colors, its smells, its people and their way of life reminiscent of a continuous and endless vacation. It is a city with a lovely harbor, which is characterized by its attractive and similar construction to a small town full of color. It is known for its numerous beaches and coves (20 km) and its contrast of mountain and beach making this city a focal point for those seeking a quiet and Mediterranean home. For food lovers, Denia was considered a creative city of gastronomy by UNESCO. This is where the best of seaside merges the best of the “Valencian garden”, leading to a spectacular Mediterranean diet.


Among the green mountains and blue sea, the town of Benissa preserves its medieval character which, together with the beauty of its beaches, coves and landscapes, gives way to the light to compose a beautiful picture. This small town is characterized by its many coves and beautiful monastery that is located in the old town. Despite its size and simplicity, in this municipality you can find the most striking buildings.


Calpe is known for the famous rock, the “Peñón d’Ifach”, spectacular landform that can link with the southern towns of La Marina Alicante. It is a real tourist village, which has a coastline of sandy beaches with stretches of cliffs and some abandoned salt mines.Along the promenade, there are remains of a fish salting factory enabled by the Romans. That is why there is a big number of flamingos in this territory. It is in this town where the largest number of Belgian and Dutch who annually enjoy the exceptional climate that offers the city thanks to its geographical location.


Altea is traditionally considered as a fishing village. A people whose heart is set on top of a hill. The urban area surrounds the Church of the Virgen del Consuelo, which is characterized by its spectacular dome decorated with blue and white tiles, both predominant colors in this wonderful and charming seaside town. It is one of the most popular and favorite city of many people because of its cozy, romantic and unique spots. It is known for the many artists that display their works through the streets giving color to this beautiful town. As for the cuisine, Altea blends typical Valencian cuisine and modern kitchen.


Alfaz del Pi, the most international city of the Costa Blanca. It is surrounded by major cities such as Altea, Benidorm and La Nucia, it is considered a main focus for retailers and a weakness for residents. This municipality is part of the famous “Albir” the new “place to be”. This coastal area has a natural park called “Natural Park of Sierra Helada” in which the Albir lighthouse is located. From this area, which is accessed easily through the “Camino del Faro”, you can enjoy of a spectacular and magnificent scenery. It is in this beach where they have seen families of dolphins, as they approach fish farms found in the sea. Can you imagine living in a combined beach and mountain zone, 300 days a year with sunshine and clear sky?


Benidorm, the city that never sleeps, our little New York on the Costa Blanca. The most visited city in the area! Its sandy beaches, small coves, mountain ranges and endless skyscrapers make this city an attraction for any resident.
The small hill Canfali with the white and blue colors, reminds his people that this great city has its origin in a typical Mediterranean village.


This mountain town offers the typical nature of the Alicante coast. If you enjoy hiking this is your area! Known as one of the cleanest towns in the Costa Blanca, La Nucia is a perfect choice for lovers of nature and tranquility. Awarded as a sports town, La Nucía has the best and most complete sports center, called Camilo Cano. No sport that does not appear in the listings of this sports area!


Moraira is a municipality of Valencia, located in the northeast of the province of Alicante, in the region of the Marina Alta and has about 15,000 inhabitants.
Man inhabits these lands since time immemorial, the remains of the Upper Paleolithic and Neolithic, found in the “Cova de les Cendres” testify to this. The Mediterranean melting pot of cultures and a bridge between civilizations, marked the appearance of this town over the centuries. The main economic activity of the municipality, agriculture – which still allows us to delight with the sweet taste of muscat grapes and the exquisite liquor obtained from processing, the mistela – is losing its importance in the middle of s. XX with the arrival of the tourism industry.
Today the visitor approaches, discover a place rich in heritage, not only natural, but historical, artistic and monumental; and you will want to delve into the culture, rich in stories and legends of a people that are sure to welcome the best of his character.