About us

Altea-Casas is located in Altea Hills, one of the most prestigious urbanizations of the Costa Blanca North. Our skilled international staff is here to devote their time and experience to you, they will guide you through the entire process of buying/selling your home. We specialize in Exclusive-Homes, Modern villas, Mediterranean mansions, luxury apartments and penthouses, building plots & projects in and around Altea Hills and surrounding villages. We are your local home estate agent in Spain with the right knowledge and contacts throughout the region.

Many people have the dream, like many before us, of moving to beautiful sunny Spain, but feel a huge barrier because buying and living abroad is quite an adventure. They often do not speak the language, have little or no knowledge of the rules of the country and do not know what they all have to deal with.

Altea-Casas understands their concerns. We understand that people seek trust that when they go to buy something, they can be assured that they are well informed and guided and that they know where they stand. That’s our focus therefore we selected our business partners for this, so that we can provide an honest and correct guidance in all areas.

For many years we work closely with; multilingual lawyers, (inter)national tax specialists, gestorias (= tax and legal purchase assistance), renovation contractors, architects and builders, banks and insurance companies. This allows Altea-Casas to offer professional and trusted guidance during the entire process of the purchase, legal and tax assistance, renovation/furnishing of the house, rental and maintenance and in the long term the (re) sale of your property!

Altea the pearl on the costa Blanca, the ideal place for your holiday home or permanent residence!!

Hopefully, see you soon in Altea,

Hasta pronto!


COSTA BLANCA – The perfect place to live

Located in Eastern Spain within the Province of Alicante, The Costa Blanca lies in the southernmost of the three provinces that comprise the Region of Valencia. Famous across the globe as a tourist resort, this is the destination chosen every year after year by many visitors for its countless natural and attractive features, excellent quality for money and the first rate standard of living that can be enjoyed in this protected area.

Famous worldwide for its excellent climate, recommended by World Health Organization experts, its famous beaches are awarded the blue flag in recognition of compliance with European Union ecological standards, year in, year out. The Costa Blanca is also held in high esteem on a world-wide scale for its delicious and remarkable cuisine. Its paella, rice dishes, fish and seafood, fruit and vegetables from orchard gardens together constitute the cornerstones of the Mediterranean diet – a diet acknowledged by leading experts in nutrition to be the healthiest way to eat.

Benidorm, Altea and Calpe are truly emblematic places. But although the sea contributes a great deal to the character of the Costa Blanca, the area has far more to offer. The historical heritage of its past, its cultural heritage and the vast variety of its ecosystem provide a remarkable variety of resources that lend great appeal to the inland areas with landmarks that include majestic castles such as that of Villena, secluded villages like Guadalest perched on mountain tops, mountain ranges, peaks and hills ideal for outings and hiking, historical monuments famous around the world like the Dame of Elche and a series of interesting museums.

Whilst remaining true to their ancestral origins, the towns on the Costa Blanca have nevertheless adapted their services to move with the times. In addition to restaurants and hotels of all categories, there are also outstanding sports and active leisure facilities including golf courses, marinas, riding schools, sailing and scuba diving schools, yachting clubs, hiking clubs, fishing areas plus countless other activities.

This perfect combination of progress with the past, and the simple yet friendly nature of the inhabitants, blend in with a wide range of ancient festivals and customs that are always open to outsiders and breathe life and color into all seasons of the year.

This is the Costa Blanca. A protected area of remarkable natural beauty that moves with the times and yet keeps the traits of its own personality alive. The perfect place to live all year round or to spend a well-deserved holiday.

ALTEA – The magic of the Mediterranean culture

Altea: a refuge of light, color and vibrant sensations springing from its beckoning scenery and steep, winding cobbled streets. Tiny streets covered with shops brimming with local crafts, art galleries and viewpoints inviting you to relax.

Traditionally a fishing village, no other town has managed to take progress in its stride like Altea, maintaining the steady rhythm of its seaward-oriented character. A magnificent cluster of monuments crowned by the dome of the old church constitutes the ancient town Centre, ideal for a stroll at any time of the day. Night-time has a special charm and dining in one of the local restaurants of having a drink on one of its open-air balconies is a particularly enjoyable experience.

Nature lovers will find Altea to be very attractive with its unusual pebble beaches such as La Olla, its peaceful coves like Soio, and its mountains like Sierra Bernia – ideal for interesting excursions. It is no coincidence that painters and artists from all over Europe often choose this enclave as a hideaway in which to seek inspiration, and that many often stay for extended periods.

Altea – Facts and figures

Population: 25.000
Surface Area: 32,63 km2
Altitude: 61 m


Airport: 61 km
Alicante: 51 km
Benidorm: 10 km
Valencia: 110 km
Madrid: 460 km
Barcelona: 470 km


Road: Motorway A-7. Nacional N-332 (A-Road).
Coaches: Excellent links to Alicante and Valencia and intermediate towns.
Rail: Narrow gauge – Alicante-Denia and intermediate towns.
Air:International airport 60 km away - Alicante


Cap Blanc.
La Roda.
Cap Negret.
La Solcida (nudist beach)
La Barra
The coves of La Barra and Morro de Toix

Places to visit

Ancient town center
Old Altea (Altea La Vieja)
Fishing port and Yacht Club
Luis Campomanes marina (Marina Greenwich)
Craft shops and stores
Street market: Tuesday mornings


Altea's Yacht club
Puerto Deportivo Luis Campomanes (Marina Greenwich)


SailingMotorboatingWater Skiing
FishingPelota ValencianaHandball
Scuba divingPigeon breedingBasketball
Hang glidingTrekkingMounting climbing
Bicycle touringHorseback ridingYoga and Pilates
SwimmingBungee jumping


Moors and Christians in honor of St. Blas y Christ of the Tabernacle during the last week in September.

Firework festival in the La Olla area (mid-August)


Cargols amb ceba (snails), cruet de peix y erizos, coca a la lluma and a large variety of rice dishes.

CALPE – The symbol of the Costa Blanca

Protected by the majestic and gigantic outcrop of Peñon de Ifach – one kilometer out at sea and soaring 332 meters into the air – Calpe is one of the most spectacularly beautiful places in the entire Mediterranean. Back in the 1930’s, writers like Hemmingway found the inspiration in this area to breathe life into their marvelous literary creations. Today’s Calpe however is not just bare rock and beauty. Within the reach of the giant rock lies the town, a former fishing village that has gradually developed into a great tourist destination whose growth is restricted, held in high esteem by German, English and French visitors who often set up their permanent residence there.

Its marine traditions provide visitors with a delicious cuisine based on freshly caught fish and seafood and also rice dishes to suit the diner’s palate. Sports enthusiasts find this the perfect spot to go sailing, scuba diving or fishing, or enjoy the golf courses in the near proximity.

Calpe has also a very reasonable range of utilities and leisure activities. Its attractive historical center bears traces of prehistoric cultures such as the Iberians, Phoenicians, and Romans. The town also offers a wide range of accommodation including hotels, hostels, houses, bungalows, flats, and flatlets to rent and even nearby campsites. All this combines to make Calpe a residential área in which to enjoy pleasant stays in surroundings ideal for admiring the scenery and going on unforgettable outings, alternating excursions with a wide range of activities.

Calpe – Facts and figures

Population: 30.000
Surface Area: 23,59 km2
Altitude: 58 m above sea level


Airport: 72 km
Alicante: 62 km
Benidorm: 21 km
Valencia:105 km
Madrid: 460 km
Barcelona: 460 km


Road: Motorway A-7. Nacional N-332 (A-Road).
Coaches: Excellent links to Alicante and Valencia and intermediate towns.
Rail: Narrow gauge – Alicante-Denia and intermediate towns.
Air:International airport 70 km away - Alicante


Over 11 kilometers of coastline with 3 kilometers of sandy beaches:

Sandy BeachesPebble Beaches
ArenalDel Peñon
MolíPuerta Blanco
Cantal RoigCalalga

Places to visit

Peñon de Ifach.
Fishing port and fish market.
Yacht club.
Baños de la Reina.
Plaza de la Villa.
Torreón de la Peca.
Medieval church.
Archeological museum.
Fester museum.
Walls and facades of the old town center.
St. Salvador chapel.
La Cometa chapel.
La Casa Nova.
Salinas salt marches.


Yacht Club with 291 berths.
Puerto Blanco at the Morro de Calpe with 60 berths.
Les Bassetes marina close to Levante beach with 70 berths.


SailingMotorboatingWater Skiing
FishingPelota ValencianaHandball
Scuba divingPigeon breedingBasketball
Hang glidingTrekkingMounting climbing
Bicycle touringHorseback ridingYoga and Pilates
SwimmingBungee jumping


Fallas, in March.
Fiesta Marinera, in July.
Patron Saint, in August.
Patron Saint – Moors and Christians in October.
German beer festival in October.
Carnival in February.


Calpe has plenty of restaurants to choose from, offering international cuisine and local specialties based on mainly fish and rice. Salazones, Putxero de polp, Llana de Calp, Paella, Arroz amb fesols i naps are just some of the most typical dishes, without forgetting the delicious cocas and traditional pastries.

BENIDORM – Come alive in this bustling city

Besides being the meeting place in the Costa Blanca, Benidorm is, par excellence, the capital of European tourism. People of all ages and conditions found here the ideal place to meet, play and rest from stressful everyday life.

For many years, the beaches are being ranked among the best in the world. Benidorm features a great variety of restaurants, bars, and night live entertainment for all ages. The white sand and clear water beaches are taken care daily for excellent preservation.

Levante beach, where there is a higher concentration of swimmers, is two kilometers long and is a show of human landscape diversity. Poniente beach, even longer, is quieter and runs from the old town to Cala de Finestrat.

In addition to a great variety of specialized services, the city has a historic center and long avenues that converge in an impressive shopping center.

Over the years Benidorm maintains its aura of health, fun and openness where youth, seniors and people of all ages harmoniously coexist. Its urban development and leisure services have learned to adapt over the years.

Benidorm – Facts and figures

Population: 73.000
Altitude: 15 m sobre el nivel del mar.
Marinas: 1


Airport: 51 km
Alicante: 41 km
Altea: 10 km
Calpe: 21 km
Valencia: 126 km
Madrid: 450 km
Barcelona: 480 km


Road: Motorway A-7. Nacional N-332 (A-Road).
Coaches: Excellent links to Alicante and Valencia and intermediate towns.
Rail: Narrow gauge – Alicante-Denia and intermediate towns.
Air: International airport 50 km away - Alicante


Levante Beach
Poniente Beach
Cala Mal Pas
Cala Tio Ximo
Cala La Almadrava