The rugged terrain of Costa Blanca covers the southeast coast of Spain. Beautiful sandy beaches, rocky crags and cliffs that rise from the Mediterranean Sea, with the sun splashing down. Costa Blanca is the perfect Spanish spot for rock climbing, which is home to quality limestone formations. Visit all-year round for various rock climbing conditions.
Stretching 120 miles down the east coast of Spain in the province of Alicante is the Costa Blanca. Literally meaning White Coast, it begins from the town of Dénia in the north to Pilar de la Horadada in the south. Dominated by sandy beaches and limestone crags, Costa Blanca is a vibrant tourist hotspot, and a popular rock climbing region.
The province of Alicante receives a Mediterranean climate, characterised by mild winters and sunny and hot summers.
Visit all-year round for various rock climbing conditions.
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