The Costa del Azahar neighbours onto the Costa Blanca but is yet to be discovered by tourists, and as a result supports a far more rural and calm living environment. Filled with natural green and countryside as well as beaches and towns, the Costa del Azahar has it all. It has its own medieval castle as well as kilometers of calm white sand beaches, along with coves and caves to explore. With mild winters and warm summers, you can visit these beaches almost all year round. Red prawns are a local speciality here and are often farmed locally, great for seafood lovers. Costa del Azahar has many Spanish festivals all year round where the townsfolk participate in different activities depending on the festival. The Costa del Azahar is a fantastic way to experience genuine Spanish lifestyle and traditions whilst still being spoilt with the luscious beaches.