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We would like to present to you one of Spain’s most attractive coastlines: the northern Costa Blanca. Luxury properties on this segment of the Mediterranean Sea have been our field of business for the past 50 years, and characteristics of the market, here, are exceptional locations, interesting localities and exclusive residential areas.

Landscape

The name Costa Blanca refers to the 244 kilometre long coastline of Alicante province, which forms part of the Valencia region. The northern segment of the so-called “White Coast” has much to offer. Magnificent beaches and hidden bays alternate with rocky tongues and steep coastlines, while the ridges of mountain chains reach all the way to the coast, creating a fascinating coastal landscape. Especially eye-catching are the Ifach rock in Calpe and the Montgó mountain between Javea and Dénia.

Climate

Hot summers and mild, sunny winters characterize the climate. Temperatures in July and August rarely drop below 20 degrees, even at night, while averaging a mean of 29 degrees during the day. During the coldest month, January, an average 15 degrees can be reached.

Accessibility

The airports of the cities of Alicante and Valencia are both easily accessible from many other European airports, and the motorways of France and Spain make the journey by one’s own car a comfortable option.

Important market sectors

The highest quality residential properties on the northern Costa Blanca are concentrated in the four localities of Javea, Dénia, Moraira and Altea.

The residential development, Monte Olimpo, at present the Hanseatische Gesellschaft’s main new-build project, is situated in Javea, where villas with outstanding panoramic views over the picturesque municipal area are to be built. The Javea municipality, with a population of 30,000 inhabitants, extends between two capes over an area of 68 square kilometres. Properties on offer are spread over various parts of the town and urbanizations, of which the steep slopes all around the Cabo de la Nao, one of the Costa Blanca’s most prime locations, form a part.

Dénia, with approximately 42,000 inhabitants, is the largest town on the northern Costa Blanca. It is a holiday resort possessing not only an extremely good infrastructure and a kilometre-long beach, but also an urban flair which awaits all year-round. Favoured meeting points are the many cafes and restaurants, as well as the shady, sycamore tree-lined shopping street, Marques de Campo. The highest quality villas are situated not far from the centre – either directly facing the sea or in more elevated positions with a view over the historic Old Town, the yachting marina and the coast. The nearby golf course La Sella is also part of this privileged habitat.

Moraira is characterized by its harbour and a small fortress. There are also various restaurants, bars and small businesses. However, the municipality of Teulada-Moraira is, mainly, an area of attractive residential properties which stretch out along the winding streets of the sloping hillsides. To be found here are villas of premium standard with panoramic views, reaching from the harbour of Moraira, over the sea, and as far as the Ifach rock.

Altea has a certain mystique as an artists centre, and the intricate Old Town emits much charm. Furthermore, the character of a typical Mediterranean coastal resort has been preserved in this town of 23,000 inhabitants. Different residential areas are spread throughout the surroundings of the historic heart of the town, and especially well-known for its apartments of an upper price level is the urbanization Altea Hills.