Spanish Property – The Magic of the Costa Blanca

Without a doubt, the statistics are generally pointing to a rise in Spanish property prices since 2016. The Spanish property market is looking optimistic in 2018 and the Costa Blanca is one of the forerunners in what seems to be a continuing recovery. With Alicante airport giving easy access to this region from the UK and a multitude of “blue flag” beaches to choose from, the area is popular with property buyers and tourists alike. The northern towns of Javea, Denia, and Moraira tending to be more popular than towns situated in the more southern area of the Costa Blanca.


Just an hour’s drive from Alicante and Valencia airports Denia is situated at the most northern point of the Costa Blanca and is popular with Spaniards and UK ex-pats alike. With regular ferry services to the Balearic Island Denia is pretty much busy all year round. This makes Denia a good place to buy for anyone intending to rent.


Arenal beach is centrally located, very trendy and the most popular destination with a great variety of bars and restaurants on offer. However, you can expect property in this area to be more expensive than the urbanizations to the south, such as Cap Martí, Cap de la Nau, Tosalet, & Balcón al Mar. Javea is shadowed by Montgó mountain and often cited as the “jewel of the Costa Blanca” – which reveals a lot about the area. La Corona is situated to the north of Javea’s old town, on the hillside overlooking the bay with its old fishing port and new marina. With amazing views to the south, this is where some of the most expensive villas (several in excess of a million) can be found.


From humble beginnings, as a fishing village, Moraira has become a popular, well-groomed destination for “fifty-plus” ex-pats enjoying an early retirement. The surrounding mountainside is adorned with pines and slopes down elegantly to the seafront. Small clusters of properties are scattered here. Most are well maintained large villas with a pool – Not the cheapest property here but just ten minutes away is the Benissa Costa, Los Molinos, Les Fonts and Cumbre del Sol where property prices can be up to 20% less – That’s quite a saving!

There is a notable distinction between the North and South with regards to property prices – The north is notably more expensive. If you are seeking less expensive property take a look toward the southern towns around the Orihuela Costa, particularly Quesada and Benijófar. For a more traditional option, Pilar de la Horadada is among the most popular destinations in southern Costa Blanca. It certainly looks like the Spanish property is on the move, so don’t put off tomorrow what you can do today! Discover the magic of the Costa Blanca – With sunshine virtually the whole year through, you can look forward to enjoying all the benefits of a Mediterranean life and without doubt, a warmer future!

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