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Spanish and English Christmas Traditions

The season of Christmas is upon us. We all have our traditions of spending this time with family and relatives. The Costa Blanca is home to many different nationalities, and many of them read our regular blogs. That's why TheCostaBlancaGuide decided to write a few...

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What to do when it rains, part 2

What to do on the Costa Blanca when it rains? The cold season is slowly approaching and this means it can get chilly, windy and some days it may even rain, even though the Costa Blanca is well-known for its beautiful weather and many sandy...

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A day in Agost

Today we spend a day in Agost, a small town in the inland region of l’Alacantí at just 18 kilometers from Alicante. This village maintains its traditions, lots of potteries still produce their artisan products. There is even a pottery Museum, where we can learn...

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A day in Bolulla

Today we spend a day in Bolulla, the tiny village a few kilometers inland from Benidorm. Bolulla looks like a quiet magical place, like a small crack in time where we return to agriculture and crowded one-floor houses. There is only a small amount of...

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A day in Ibi

Today we spend a day in Ibi, the town that forms part of the Foia de Castalla, a region of l'Alcoià. This area is one of the most interesting places of our geography as far as interior tourism is concerned. Ibi is located east of...

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A day in Pinoso

Today we spend a day in Pinoso, a town of gastronomy, wines, marble and footwear. One of those villages that is worth visiting from time to time to enjoy its streets and especially its food. How to get to Pinoso? The town of Pinoso is situated 60...

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A day in Relleu

Today we spend a day in Relleu, a small town surrounded and guarded by large rock formations. It rests peacefully between the mountains with the ever-present Puig Campana in the distance. How to get to Relleu Because of its location, you have to drive the CV-770 from...

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Walking around Altea

Most people know the town of Altea from the white chalked houses and the old church that stands proud on top of the hill overlooking the Mediterranean. The old town surrounding this church breaths a Bohemian and relaxed atmosphere with lots of shops, bars, restaurants,...

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