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A COSTA BLANCA ROAD MAP AND GEOGRAPHIC MAP

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Costa Blanca Road Map. Costa Blanca national roads started with the N332 that connected all the coastal towns. This is still very useful and has been supplemented by the A7 motorway (Autopista del Mediterraneo) that the map shows running the length of the Costa Blanca with the Calpe-Benissa-Altea stretch passing through the Bernia mountain range.

The A7 motorway is fast way to get around the Costa Blanca. Calpe to Denia takes 20 minutes and Calpe to Alicante 45 minutes on an open road. It's not shown on the map but it also goes to Alicante airport making it possible to leave Gatwick in the morning and relax on your villa's sun terrace by midday.

The Calpe - Moraira road winds along the bays and cliff tops to give some great Mediterranean views and it provides access to the Calpe, Benissa and Moraira coastal urbanizations. From Moraira it turns inland towards Teulada, Benitachell and Javea and the inland villages of Jalon, Alcalali and Lliber.

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Costa Blanca Geographic Map. The Costa Blanca is one of the most mountainous areas in Europe with some impressive peaks right on the coast. The map of the Costa Blanca geography shows the Piug Campana for instance, a pyramid shaped mountain that overlooks Alfaz del Pi and rises  to a height of 1.410 metres. You can also see on the map Costa Blanca's   Sierra Bernia mountain range making an impressive barrier that separates the Marina Alta from the Marina Baja and Calpe from Altea. The map shows it rising to a height of 1.129 metres, and has been likened to the Black Rock of Skye.

A good way to explore these mountains if you are reasonably fit and have time free on Saturday is to buy a copy of the Costa Blanca News and look up the Costa Blanca Mountain Walkers. You drive to their meeting place and enjoy a guided walk with good company among some wonderful mountain scenery. You don't need a map Costa Blanca Mountain Walkers already know the way. If you're not feeling so fit, a good option is to drive to a mountain village like Tarbena and enjoy the view while having a lunch of traditional Valencia, Calpe, Alicante, Altean specialities.

The whole area is dotted with Moorish castles. You can see them on the geographic map Costa Blancas most famous one being the Guadalest fortress of Al Zaraq that belonged to the Denia Taifate. From Calpe the quickest way to get there is to take the motorway entrance before Altea but turn off to the right before the toll booths and go in the Altea la Vieja - Callosa d'en Sarria direction then following the signs. Guadalest sits on a rocky outcrop between the Sierra Aitana and Sierra Serella and overlooks a wooded lake.