The province of Alicante and all its towns are the perfect destination for a holiday or getaway, whatever the time of year, so the purchase of a villa on the Costa Blanca is presented as a good investment for the owner who wants to make their property profitable in Summer and enjoy it in winter.
Spring, summer, autumn winter. It really doesn't matter. A holiday can be enjoyed any month of the year in Alicante thanks to its fine climate and the wide range of leisure opportunities and traditional celebrations in every town, present throughout the year.
A spring holiday in Alicante, for example, offers you the chance to make your first trip to the beach during Easter, or to welcome in the summer amid fireworks, bonfires, colour and festivity on St. John's Night.
In the months of June, July, August and September, Alicante is unquestionably the favourite choice of Spanish and foreign tourists. For decades, millions of people have chosen to spend their summer holidays in Alicante. Its Mediterranean lifestyle, cuisine, sunshine and enchanting beaches, along with the incomparable natural landscapes it offers, have made this section of Spain's eastern coastline a byword for tourism.
As mentioned above, though, the autumn and winter seasons also tempt visitors for a short break in Alicante. The months of September, October, November and December are perfect, for example, for a spot of hiking around the region, discovering the natural riches and beautiful landscapes all around Alicante. The splendid climate, even at this time of the year, means that those holidaying in Alicante in autumn can enjoy a stroll on the beach or a coffee sitting at a cafe terrace in the old town of one of the fishing villages.
Nor should you think twice about a short break to the Costa Blanca during the coldest months. A property in Costa Blanca will allow you to benefit from the remarkable microclimate generated by the region's geographical characteristics, with an average temperature no lower than 16 degrees during this season of the year.