(PRWEB) April 8, 2006
The World Health Organisation has confirmed what many people had believed for years, namely that the Costa Blanca is one of the healthiest areas of the world in which to live. This isn't surprising to those people who know the region. The Costa Blanca has an excellent year-round climate. The humidity is relatively low, and therefore ideal for sufferers of arthritis and other climatically influenced health problems.
The landscape of the Northern Costa Blanca, contrasts significantly with the area to the South of Alicante, with high peaks and breathtaking mountain views. The deep valley's lined with almond trees, rich soil, green vegetation, orange and lemon groves, olive trees and vineyards. The Jalon valley is a truly beautiful sight particularly in January and February when the almond blossom is in bloom.
Water sports of every kind can be found in most resorts in the Costa Blanca. There are modern marina's making it a perfect base for yachtsmen and it's only fifty miles or so due East to the magical cruising area of the Balearic Islands.
Of course for some people the Costa Blanca beaches are a big attractions, the majority of which are kept wonderfully clean. Whilst for others it's the beautiful golf courses such as Villamartin, manicured to perfection and situated amongst orange groves and palm trees.
Torrevieja, situated next to the sea in the south of the Costa Blanca region is surrounded by two beautiful and large natural saltwater lagoons which form the well-known "Salterns of Torrevieja" considered the biggest in Europe and second in the world.
A new website http://www.villamartingolf.org.uk has been developed which provides further information about the area. This includes details of flights into Alicante and Murcia, various car hire companies that operate from the two airports, information on the many championship golf courses, beautiful beaches, numerous things to do and places to visit.