Costa Blanca North Rentals

Here you will find holiday rentals in Costa Blanca North, Spain. Simply choose your favoured town from the main menu or list below to start your quest. This gives you a cheaper and unique alternative to a hotel in Costa Blanca North with all the comforts of home with some sunshine thrown in for good measure. Find cheap or luxury Costa Blanca North holiday rentals and book direct with the owner or local agency to save your hard earned money. With holiday accommodation in apartments, houses and villas being offered to rent by the day, week or month on offer in Costa Blanca North, something is bound to suit your family or party.

La Manga Apartments Costa Calida

La Manga Apartments Costa Calida
only 496 Euros
(448 GBP) weekly

Self Catering In Costa Blanca North

With no reservation costs to you or the owner, you can be certain to find a self catering holiday apartment or villa in Costa Blanca North at a sensible price. Please check with the owners what is and what is not included prior to your booking, to avoid any problems and ask for information on the neighbourhood. Try to find accommodation in Costa Blanca North with a flexible start and end date for the best deals on flights if you can.

If you cannot see the Costa Blanca North resort you are seeking, then try the nearest town, on which you can find more options to pick from.


Why not check a few of the other Costa Blanca North towns above that you might not be familiar with to compare the prices and facilities being offered, the less famous and popular resorts often offer better value for your money.

Costa Blanca North
This very pictureque area of the Costa Blanca from Villajoyosa north to Denia includes many attractive coastal towns and of course Benidorm resort, all constructed on the slopes of the sierras as they dip into the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. Costa Blanca NorthMost of these resorts were little more than a fishing village just a couple of decades ago, but now they have reinvented themselves with tourism as their main business, plus a large expat community is residing there all the year round, both composing of retired or working. Having the most visited tourist resort at its heart, the visitor attractions are numberless, far too many to mention here, but definitely enough to keep the most demanding party busy for their entire holiday in the wonderful sunshine of this part of southern Spain, but include water-parks, theme parks, zoos, local museums etc.

Conditional on where you mean to stay and what you mean to do on your break, car hire is perhaps needless as airport cabs and collections are quite easily booked, but if you wish to visit all the different sights yourself and not on one of the in-numerable coach tours, then arranging in advance is sensible to keep the costs down. Low-cost flights to the ever busy Alacant airport serving the Costa Blanca North are profuse and the big competition between the budget, chartered and national airlines, certainly restricts the prices enabling many guests to pop over for a couple of days or long weekend on a fairly regular basis.

Quality property can be acquired in or close to any of the coastal resorts often with breathtaking vistas of the sea if they are built on the hills above the main centres, so ask for photos if they are not already shown by the selling agent. All the main towns are connected by the coast auto route giving outstanding and quick communications and transfers although take note, on some stretches a toll is chargeable, though it's not too dear for a rapid journey. The beaches are mostly of Blue Flag high standard (check them locally) with fine white sand and often found in idylic coves with craggy cliffs above them. Spanish cooking and cuisine plus their culture is still to be found, in spite of the countless foreign restaurants catering for everybodies taste. Myriad bars are on every corner for the family or singles, often with music and tables that spill out over the forecourts and sidewalks all busy in the high season with visitors partaking some refreshment, a snack or an "helado".

Water sports (boating, diving, skiing) facilities are ubiquitous and located behind the towns you might see one of the ever perfect golf courses for your next round. Time your arrival with a local festival to enjoy the fun atmosphere, often with a parade or two, carnival rides and ending with a firework display. Locating and pre-booking one of the copious hotels is an simple task, you will find them in all districts and of good quality in most cases, the other option would be a self catering holiday rental for your visit to the Costa Blanca north.

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