Luxury properties: Discover the beautiful Costa Blanca in Spain

Faro del Cabo de San Antonio.

Our latest Luxury properties articles discovers that Belgians who are eager to buy a second home have set their sights on the Spanish Costa Blanca.

Last year, 2,105 Belgians bought a house or an apartment in this region. And they’re not afraid to reach deep into their pockets to pay for it: €207,416 on average! This is in sharp contrast to the British, who are far ahead of their European neighbours in terms of purchases but spend about €152,430 for a home in the Costa Blanca. Why do Belgians find Costa Blanca so attractive? There are three main factors: its mild climate, easy access and the stable real estate market. Spanish real estate offers a guarantee of high-quality accommodation at attractive prices. Moreover, as prices are constantly rising and rentals are worryfree, buying a property is also a very fruitful investment.

Provia, the association of developers, closely follows the purchasing behaviour of Belgians. According to their analysis, here are some real estate projects which are attracting the interest and investment of our compatriots:

LUXURY COSTA BLANCA SeaScape Resort Finestrat
SeaScape Resort Finestrat

SeaScape Resort, Finestrat
SeaScape Resort is all about enjoying life on the Mediterranean coast. Just a few short steps from the 162 penthouses and 20 exclusive villas, you can stroll from one restaurant to the next and savour the delights of Spanish cuisine. Back at your residence, you can relax on your large sunny terrace.

Sunset Cliffs, Benidorm
A new attraction takes pride of place on the Benidorm skyline: the Sunset Cliffs. This residence has up to 280 apartments, each with two, three or four bedrooms. And all of the apartments overlook the beach. Residents can enjoy three shared pools, several jacuzzis and a panoramic fitness room.

Signature Tomilo 7, Orihuela
The Tomilo 7 Signature villa showcases style in every sense of the word! This spectacular modern villa overlooks the famous Las Colinas golf course. Its huge windows will allow you to admire this lush landscape from every room. The outdoor spaces and pool of this architectural jewel also contribute to the enchanting atmosphere of the place. Polop Hills, Polop de la Marina “The sleeping lion” is what Gabriel Miró called Mount Ponoig.

At the foot of this majestic giant stands the charming Polop Hills real estate development. Its elegant white villas offer the attraction of Spanish village life. The residences are located between the mountains and the forest. And just a stone’s throw from the beaches of Benidorm, Calpe and Altea.

Denia Beach

Denia Beach, Denia
Would you like to have a sea view? Or would you rather look out towards the impressive Montgó massif? At Denia Beach, buyers are spoilt for choice! The sumptuous apartments have one, two or three bedrooms and a terrace of up to 100 m². A shared swimming pool and a beautiful green landscape complete the picture.

Villa Andros, Orihuela
Whether you choose to stay here the whole year-round or just for a holiday, Los Abedules will take all your worries away. In this peaceful green oasis, you can choose from a range of high-quality apartments with one to four bedrooms. You can sit back and dream by the outdoor pool or on the solarium. And the beach is only 150 meters away.

About Provia
PROVIA was founded on 4 November 1981. It is the association of property developers in the province of Alicante. It is a private, not-for-profit business organisation that brings together the majority of the property developers active in the province of Alicante. The main objective of this association is to promote the development and growth of its members’ businesses, as well as to defend and represent their business interests. The association also acts as a channel of communication and liaison with the administration and the community in general. To achieve this goal, Provia relies upon a solid organisational structure and its managerial know-how to satisfy the needs of its members.

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