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The Marina Alta (high) and Marina Baja (low), are the northern parts of the Costa Blanca coast. With a range of colourful towns, impressive beaches, and mountain environments to explore and enjoy.

A place and space for everyone!


Polop de la Marina is an area just 12 kms from the coast – an ideal area for nature lovers surrounded by cliffs, mountains and forests.

Located inland and still very close to Benidorm. The town is located on a hill, surrounding by the castle.

The semi-circular Square, de los Chorros is the main local attraction thanks to the 221 water jets that channel the water of the old springs of the hills, into a ditch.

With amazing natural landscapes, an architectural complex that is worth admiring, with an incredible culture, with celebrations that reflect the customs of the town, and with an exquisite, delicious gastronomy – this town invites you to taste/test your senses!

In Polop de la Marina various festivals are celebrated throughout the year, the most important being the Fiestas del Porrat, celebrated between August 14 and 17, with offerings, night shows, music and a traditional comical parade.

Similiar festivities like San Francisco de Asís, patron saint of the town, which are celebrated between October 3 and 6, attract lots of attention – between parades, dances, Valencian ball games, paella contests and other equally entertaining activities.

The beaches? Just 8 kilometres from the beaches of Benidorm, Albir, Altea.



Finestrat – Benidorm


A town with peculiar characteristics as Finestrat is not so common. With its unique altitude that takes us from zero meters, on the beaches, to more than a thousand meters – its impressive Puig Campana, in less than 10 kilometres range.

We continue with a pure Mediterranean landscape, punctuated by hills covered with pines or typical crops: almond, olive and carob trees, enlivened by small orchards, where orange, pomegranate and medlar trees flourish. Its not only the climate, the situation or the landscape, that makes Finestrat a desirable place. There is also its personal characters, as a town – an old Muslim farmhouse, which has maintained its preservation, especially in its material structure.
Living in Finestrat is being part of a quiet and not too busy community. It has the attractions of the first-rate tourist centers at hand. Just fifteen minutes from a main road, one can be immersed into the spectacular tourist and urban bustle of Benidorm, or by the calmest, but always restless areas – Altea or Villajoyosa.

In Finestrat, you can practice multiple sports. From the maritime, to the high mountains. It has sports center, with a swimming pool and a multi-purpose courts.

In Finestrat, you can taste from international to Mediterranean cuisine and the most typical dishes of the region such as “l’arrós amb fesols”, “les tarongetes”, “coca”, and with a wide variety of sweets among which you will find very tempting, “l’arrop i tallerdetes”.

The festivities are held in honour of various saints are usually celebrated from 20 to 24 August. After Christmas – January 17 to February 3 are the Festivals of the Holy Week.

It can be said that Finestrat has it all. There are mountains, spectacular views, an enviable climate, good food and the beach.


The town has 300 meters of coastline with a cove of fine sand.


The users of this cove (inlet) have numerous services: a multitude of parking areas (both paid and free areas), a lifeguard in the summer months, daily cleaning, a childrens’ play area with awnings for shade, and with all the usual amenities for a luxurious vacation. On August 15th the oldest tournament that is held – Volley Ball. Get to know the Spanish volleyball “idols” and meet the great international figures of this active sport.

In addition, this beach receives the Excellent qualification, Blue Flag, evaluating the quality of the sand and the water of the Cala de Finestrat. (analyses carried out by the Department of Agriculture).


Benidorm: Orxeta

The old town of Orxeta can currently boast of preserving a rich traditional architecture, typical of the Mediterranean interior. Its typology is related to the medieval house between party walls, and the bright colours with which they cover its colourful facades.

Walk through its charming streets, always accompanied by the aroma of baked bread and other products made by artisan ovens, an industry that enjoys recognized prestige throughout the Marina Baixa region.

You can go back in time and visit the old Parish Church of San Jaime Apóstol, the Hermitage of Santo Tomás and the Palace of the Order of Santiago (converted into a rural house) or, if you prefer, walking through the Orchetan – orchard, the main livelihood of the population since Islamic times.

On the other hand, and without losing its rustic spirit, Orxeta presents a wide assortment of modern facilities and quality tourist services, which will pleasantly satisfy the needs of the visitor: sports facilities, restaurants, rural houses, etc.

Today, improved communications have reversed this demographic, making Orxeta natives preference to work on the coast, and live and sleep in the small, quiet town. It has a great attractions for hiking and cycling, enjoying magnificent views of the surroundings.Do not hesitate to venture into the heart of the valley and experience an unforgettable time.

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