Worth seeing – Nature reserves on the Costa Blanca

Worth seeing – Nature reserves on the Costa Blanca

Worth seeing – Nature reserves on the Costa Blanca

29.12.18, CH: Lovers of sun, beach and sea know Costa Blanca. But the country has far more to offer than endless beaches, beautiful bays and a dreamlike holiday scenery. A little further inland Valencia impresses with a varied landscape and unsurpassed nature reserves. Not only locals appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of the Costa Blanca. Many holidaymakers also enjoy the unique Mediterranean flora and fauna around the coastal town of Altea, where picturesque mountain rivers are embedded in the landscape.

Not far from Altea, in Calpe for example, you will find the famous rock Penon, which offers a beautiful view of the sea. In search of flamingos and a varied bird life, you will find the nature reserve near Las Salinas, a saltwater lake. The Parque Natural de La Serra Gelada is known for the extraordinary formation of Alfas del Pi over Altea and Benidorm. 400 m high rock walls as well as a varied vegetation make a visit worthwhile in any case. The almost 5000 ha large water area, which belongs to the park, offers the best conditions to explore this natural paradise by boat. Thus, one can also discover the variety of fish and water inhabitants.

Altea and its surroundings are worth a visit at any time of the year. Whether in spring, summer, autumn or winter, these impressive natural experiences can be enjoyed at any time from a holiday apartment in Spain. The year-round mild climate in Altea offers the ideal conditions to relax and enjoy your holiday away from the beaches. A holiday home in Spain in or around Altea is the ideal starting point to combine sun, beach and sea with culture and landscape. Very well situated with holiday properties directly on the beach, in the old town or a bit remote in the hinterland, you can reach from Altea the fantastic beaches as well as picturesque towns and impressive natural paradises.

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