Your holidays on the Costa Blanca
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Do you want to visit the Costa Blanca, Spain? Do you want to visit the place and the rest of the province?

If you are looking for a private taxi in which you feel more comfortable, choose CBA TRANSFERS. We have the most comfortable taxis and cars in Spain. Our wagons are not only in good condition, but they are also new and have the most modern facilities that can guarantee the comfort of our passengers.If you need a transfer, to the airport, to the train station, a last minute trip, An appointment you have, go to dinner at your favorite restaurant, go shopping, go to the beach, take a tour of the wine cellars, with tastings and wine tasting, you just have to contact us, we will organize your exclusive trip. Visit the typical Spanish towns, their customs, we will take you wherever you decide, always with the best service.

CBA TRANSFERS offers affordable service rates. Our taxi rates are not overpriced, so you do not have to worry about paying too high. Our rates are fixed based on the details you send us online.

Depending on your need, size of group, or the style you want, we have a variety of cars to choose from. We have Standard Sedan which can accommodate 4 people and 3 regular luggage, Mercedes E Class for up to 4 people and 4 luggage, Ecotaxi for 4 people and 3 luggage, and for bigger groups we have a number of vans, Bus. Just inform us the size of your group in advance, so that we can suggest you the best and most comfortable options.

Moreover, our drivers are friendly, courteous, and professional, so you will be good having your driver around. They are also experienced drivers, so your safety is assured with them. Also, they do not drive too fast to keep you safe, yet they do not drive slow so you will not be late for your appointment.

Upon booking online, we will get the details of where you will be collected and to where you will be dropped off. You can pay us via credit card, PayPal or directly our driver.

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Our friendly and helpful team is here to help you make the most of your vacation.From private tours, excursions and coaches, to our VIP service and limousine transfers, and everything in between, we can make your dreams come true.Whether you want to take a day trip with your own driver at your disposal, plan your own tour or just head to the local golf course, you can trust us to take you wherever you go, in any way you want reach .


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If you need a transfer, to the airport, to the train station, a last minute trip, an appointment you have, go to dinner at your favorite restaurant, go shopping, go to the beach, take a tour of the wineries, with Tastings, you just have to contact us, we will organize your exclusive trip, for you, you can book online, or simply a phone call, our telephone service will assist you, and help you with whatever you need, benefit from our discounts.

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History of Costa Blanca

Its capitals par excellence are the cities of Benidorm and Torrevieja, since these municipalities are the great tourist focus of the Costa Blanca and the entire Levantine coastline.

The transport of the Costa Blanca is articulated in two ways. The first, the AP-7 motorway, is a high-use toll road that connects Valencia and Alicante with the towns of La Marina Baja, especially Benidorm. This motorway receives the European code of E-15 and communicates the coast with France and the United Kingdom. Along with this, the national highway N-332 runs parallel to that of the AP-7. Starting in Alicante, the AP-7 becomes the A-7 motorway and heads to Elche, Murcia and Andalusia. Meanwhile, the N-332 continues along the coast to Pilar de la Horadada. The second route of transport is the Trenet de la Marina, a historic railway line that runs along the Alicante coast in Denia and is currently operated as a long-distance tram. The other train lines run through the interior, through the Vinalopó valley and the Hoya de Elche. We must also mention the El Altet Airport, which is the main entrance for the millions of tourists who visit from outside Spain.

The Costa Blanca has a contrast of landscapes such as the steep cliffs of the Marina Alta, the beaches of the Vega Baja del Segura, the mountains (Montgó, Sierra Helada, etc.), the lagoons and the salt flats. The ecological variety means that we can find up to four natural parks: El Montgó, El Marjal Oliva-Pego, El Peñón de Ifach and the Lagunas de la Mata and Torrevieja.

There is no shortage of ecological enclaves and a large presence of migratory birds and typical Mediterranean species.

The holm oak, the Aleppo pine and the palm heart are the trees that predominate in the coastal mountains of Alicante. The date palm grows on the flat lands, very important in some municipalities such as Orihuela and Elche. The natural vegetation coexists with species for agricultural use such as olive, carob, pomegranate, lemon, medlar and almond trees.

In the sea, the animal and plant richness of the posidonia meadows is remarkable, very well preserved off the coast of Cabo Roig and the island of Tabarca, where there is a marine reserve.

The Costa Blanca is one of the most visited by people from outside of Spain. The states of origin are: United Kingdom (4,500,000), Germany (700,000), Netherlands (370,000), and Norway (270,000) .1 A large number of French also spend the summer. Every year, Alicante Airport has a turnover of around 9 million (9,106,445 in 2007) arrivals.1

The quality of life, political stability and the good climate not only attract tourists in summer. Along with other coasts such as the Costa del Sol a “residential tourism” has developed, that is, inter-European immigration. There are important colonies of English, German and other northern European peoples along the entire coast, reaching or exceeding the native population in some municipalities.2 3 More moderately, people from Madrid and other points in the center of the peninsula have second homes. This kind of “immigration of the rich” has brought improvements in the coastal economy but also problems derived from the increase in urban density on the coast. Also noteworthy is the number of immigrants from Morocco, Romania and Latin America, generally in a somewhat more precarious situation.

The British population is the largest foreign colony on the Costa Blanca. They are known as ex-pats (or ex-patriots) which means outside the country, and they have established a network of their own cultural tools including radio stations, 4 newspapers and their own associations (complete list). There are even foreign elected officials in a few municipalities.

The musical description of this coastline is found in the well-known paso doble ‘Costa Blanca’ by Maestro Manuel Lillo Torregrosa.

The Costa Blanca and its own name have traditionally been related to a very specific tourist product: the so-called sun and beach tourism, that is, the vacation linked to the weather (More than 300 days of full light and an average temperature of 20ºC) . At present, the evolution of the tourist destination and its resources are configuring an increasingly complete offer in the province of Alicante, whose proposals can also be consumed in its interior (Alicante is one of the most mountainous provinces in Spain) and beyond the summer season, aligning with the increasingly sophisticated preferences of the tourist.

The Costa Blanca boasts 78 beaches and coves, 54 of which are awarded the Blue Flag quality mark.

As in the rest of the Valencian Community, the Costa Blanca boasts many festivals, especially during the summer months. Some of these are of great renown and the Mystery of Elche stands out above all, which is awarded as a World Heritage Site. We must also mention the Moors and Christians festivals of Villajoyosa and El Verger, the first of which is unique in that the arrival of the “Moors” is made from the sea, swimming from the boats to the coast. Other festivals such as the Bonfires of Alicante, the Bous al Carrer de la Marina and the Bous a la Mar de Denia are typical examples of Valencian festivals. The Fallas, although better known in the Province of Valencia, are also celebrated in Benidorm and Denia.

It is June 23, the Night of San Juan, as in all the Mediterranean, the Costa Blanca is lit in a line of continuous bonfires of more than two hundred kilometers.

Most of the municipalities on the coast live off tourism and are dedicated to the service sector. Only the largest cities show an industrial trend, as is the case of Alicante and Elche. This industry is port in the first case and furniture in the second. The great engine of the economy in recent years has been construction and maintenance services (electricians, plumbers, gardeners). Thus, in municipalities with only five thousand inhabitants we can find six construction materials warehouses (as is the case of Ondara).

Some towns have become cities with the help of the frenzied growth that residential and seasonal tourism has brought, with Benidorm as the best example, which went from 2,726 inhabitants in 1950 to 67,627 in 2006.

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