Common description

Costa Blanca (Spanish: Costa Blanca, "White Coast") is a region on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, which includes the coastal settlements of the province of Alicante in the Autonomous Community of Valencia. Seaside area of resort recreation and tourism.

Alicante is a city in Spain on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the center of the province of the same name in the Autonomous Community of Valencia. The city is located on the Costa Blanca and is one of the most popular resorts in Valencia, as well as a center of fishing, fish and seafood exports.
As in most cities on the Mediterranean coast, Alicante has a mild climate with moderate average annual temperatures, with frequent rains in spring and autumn. The air temperature varies from 20 ° C to 30 ° C in summer, from 6 ° C to 17 ° C in winter. Sharp temperature fluctuations are extremely rare here, so it is quite hot in Alicante in summer and quite warm in winter.
Alicante is known for its hospitality, tourists are always welcome. The city does not sleep around the clock - nightlife boils as well as daytime. You can have a great time in one of the countless cafes or pavilions, where almost every day there are various concerts. The most popular holiday destination for tourists and locals - Paseo Maritimo (Seaside Boulevard). If you are lucky and manage to get to one of the holidays - it is recommended to stay closer to the main street La Rambia de Mendez Nunes, which is all the festive processions.
Alicante is connected with other cities in Spain by a developed network of railways and highways. The development of the city's industry began in the XIX century with the laying of railway lines. In the center there are bus and train stations.
In Alicante itself, in addition to buses, there has been a high-speed tram line since 2003. Thanks to the underground sections and stations, this type of transport does not create traffic jams and is very convenient.

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