The Costa Blanca is a popular destination. So there’s a lot of tourist information about the Marina Alta region. We share the addresses with you.
What to do at the Costa Blanca on a rainy day? Although the Costa Blanca is known for it’s sunny weather, it does rain now and then.
Nearly all villages at the Costa Blanca offer weekly markets with fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, meat and non-food. On the weekly markets you will experience typical Spanish life.
Denía got several markets during the week; all of them popular and worth a visit. The best markets of Dénia are diverse and of good quality. A big plus is you can go every week!
In the beautiful village of Jesus Pobre an unique farmers market is held every Sunday: Mercat del Riu Rau. The market is named after the antique Riu Rau building where the market is held.
Every Saturday a rastro market is held in Jalon-Xaló at the Costa Blanca. Rastro means a type of flea market. From 09:00 until 14:00 antique, brocante and bric-a-brac is sold along the riverside around the touristic office.