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The Costa Blanca has some of the most amazing natural reserves in Spain.  During your visits you will be amazed by the typical Mediterranean environment and the many remains of its ancient history.

Allow us to point out some of the most interesting spots near your holiday villa.

El Montgo


A large mountain that peaks at 753m and has an extension of more than 2000 ha.  It was declared a natural reserve in 1987.  Thanks to the mainly low surroundings, from its summit you will have breathtaking  panoramic views of the encircling lands.  During clear days it is also possible to see the coast of Ibiza.


El penyal de Ifach

An archipelago that reaches up to 332 metres and is one of the most famous sites on the Costa Blanca.  It is possible to reach the summit although some climbing is necessary so the very young or infirm may want to limit their visit to the lower parts of the mountain.  The Penyon is also a bird reserve.

Sierra Bernia

Reaching up to 1,220 metres, this mountain range offers its characteristic Mediterranean environment and a magnificent view of the coast of the Costa Blanca.  Due to its height, during the colder weeks of the year its peak will be covered in snow.  You may also find the archaeological remains of the fort built during the reign of Philip II.

Cabo de San Antonio

 submarine reserve that stretches from Denia to Javea.  The coast consists of almost only high cliffs, some towering 150 meters above the water level.  The irregularity of the coast line creates hundreds of isolated submarine mini-climates of great beauty and interest.

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