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The northern region of the Costa Blanca really stands out for its natural beauty, evergreen vegetation, picturesque bays, sandy beaches and shores with crystal clear water and its healthy climate. 

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This part of the Mediterranean is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and picturesque of all Spanish Costas.

It has a comfortable climate – not too hot in summer and mild during winter. Moreover, it's deemed by the World Health Organization as one of the healthiest climates in the world. And with over 300 sunny days on average, the Costa Blanca offers sunshine practically all year round.

The area is known for its dramatic landscape ranging from mountain ranges to green vineyards to orange and almond groves (which, when in bloom, draw visitors from all over the world).

The sandy beaches and picturesque bays are extremely well maintained. So much so, in fact, that the European Community certified the Costa Blanca beaches with Blue Flag status for their crystal clear water and excellent facilities. In fact, there is no other coastal area in Europe with more Blue Flags.

All this makes the Costa Blanca region a pearl of the Mediterranean.

Here, just one hour drive from the international airports of Alicante and Valencia, you will find an excellent infrastructure, extensive amenities such as commercial centers, excellent restaurants for all tastes and budgets, beautiful golf courses and marinas, together with international schools and excellent medical facilities. You'd be hard pressed to find a better place for tourists and locals alike.

Most importantly, this is the place that our international team of agents calls home. We've come from all over the world and somehow ended up here, in what we all agree is the closest thing to paradise on earth.

Are you ready to come see it for yourself? 


Spain has long been the location of choice for expatriates and travelers from around the world. In fact, Spain's foreign resident population now tops 6 million, corresponding to 14% of the country's total population. And with the warmth of its climate and its people, it’s not hard to see why.

So if you’re considering joining the hundreds of thousands of people that chooses to live abroad, then consider these benefits of living Spain. We have a hunch that it could be just the place you’re looking for too.


Spain, by and large, receives a bountiful supply of golden rays of sunshine throughout the year.

It is a well-known fact that climate and lifestyle affects health. People who live in warm, sunny climates are generally happier and much more relaxed than those who live in cold, wet climates.

An added benefit? If you move to Spain, you will never have to leave the country for your summer holiday!  

Spain has some truly exceptional natural resources.

Here you’re guaranteed to find a little bit of everything. Lakes, mountains, volcanoes, marshes, forests, valleys, cliffs and, of course, beautiful beaches. The country's wide diversity of landscapes never ceases to amaze us, or the estimated 40 million tourists who come to visit every year.

More and more people now even make plans to buy a house in Spain, a Spanish villa or ocean-view apartment and live and work or retire there and make use of their Spanish property, living as a permanent resident in Spain.

The Costa Blanca in particular is renowned for its healthy climate and beautiful coastline. 212 kilometers of Mediterranean seafront to be exact. We may be biased, but we’re convinced we live in the best region of continental Spain.

While the siesta is not as common as it once was, generally Spaniards have a more relaxed approach to life.

They work to live, not the other way round. We can say from experience that the pace of life is definitely more leisurely here, and the emphasis is on spending time with friends and family.

Spaniards tend to live a little bit later than in the rest of Europe. Especially when it comes to meals, do not expect to have lunch before 2pm and dinner before 9pm. And be ready for a lunch break that can last up to two hours!

Since many of our agents are from outside of Spain, we can say that the pace of life here is a welcome change. With the great climate, friendly people, and fantastic food, there is little to complain about in our new home!  

The World Health Organization named the Spanish healthcare system as one of the top 10 in the world. And in our experience living here, its reputation is well-deserved.

Whether you go to a hospital or a walk-in clinic, the medical staff are well-trained, professional, and friendly. Spanish facilities are state-of-the-art, well-equipped, and clean.  

Every day the international prestige of Spanish gastronomy continues to grow. We guarantee that you will enjoy healthy, imaginative and, above all, highly varied cuisine when you come to Spain.

In fact, the Mediterranean diet Spain is famous for was awarded the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity designation in 2010. They recognized, as we do, that it goes beyond mere food. It’s the culture that Spain promotes around this diet: social interaction, respect for the environment and biodiversity, and preservation of traditional activities connected to local agriculture and fishing.

If you come visit us in the Costa Blanca, we can show you the best of the local cuisine!  

Spain is incredibly diverse in its history and culture. We like to say that we have several countries in one! We even have 3 national languages apart from Spanish (Catalan, Gallego and Basque).

As a result, the country has an outstanding multicultural heritage. And you can see it in all areas of Spanish social life, especially in the variety of fiestas or festivals around the country.

Famous extravaganzas like the bull-running in Pamplona (San Fermín), Sevilla’s Semana Santa and Feria de Abril, or Valencia’s Las Fallas are well worth a visit. But each village, town and city has its own monthly schedule of saints’ days and feast days too. And because they have specific significance to the local community, they are likely to be more meaningful and entertaining for you as well.

Locals are always eager to share their culture and language with visitors. Don’t be surprised if you are invited to take part in the festivities!  

The notion of family has a deep-rooted importance in the Spanish way of life, and we’re sure you’ll feel right at home the moment you arrive.

In Spain it’s not uncommon to walk into a restaurant or bar and see entire families sitting together, day or night. Whether you are in major cities or a rural village, Spanish social traditions provide special attention for children. This excellent treatment also extends to the rest of the family.

Come and discover a warm, welcoming country with the best infrastructure for families, where your little ones will be looked after like nowhere else.  

There is no better place to be an outdoor enthusiast than Spain. You can enjoy a variety of sporting and recreational activities. No matter where you travel on the peninsula or on the islands, there is a wide range of specialized packages, companies, and guides all around the country.

Here you can go sailing, cycling, hiking, improve your golf swing, or try paddling around at the beach. And in the winter, you can go skiing in the Sierra Nevadas in the south, or the Pyrenees in the north.

With the Spanish sunshine and the warm climate, you can indulge in your favorite outdoor sports all year round.  

Splendid beaches, delicious cuisine, vibrant nightlife and lively fiestas all make Spain one of Europe’s best getaways. Because Spain encompasses several autonomous regions and islands, the country boasts one of the most widely diverse cultures and landscapes on the continent.  The Costa Blanca in particular is very well communicated with central European countries and Great Britain. The airports of Valencia and Alicante are just an hour away and offer daily flights from and to a large number of different European cities. By car, the Costa Blanca can easily be reached over the motorway AP7.  

Spain’s high quality of life, healthy year-round climate and easy access to nature are also complemented with modern services in different European languages, such as world-class medical assistance and various amenities. According to the OCDE statistics, Spain has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. The Costa Blanca particularly is quite idyllic, and a very safe destination for tourists and business people alike. You will rarely find any serious crimes committed here.  

Jetvillas is proud to be one of the Costa Blanca Real Estate leading companies.

Whether it is buying a new home, renting, building, selling, reforming or investing in a property, we'll be your partners in making your dream come to life.