The Costa del Azahar is a relatively unknown coast region along the Mediterranean Sea. The coastal area is also called the ‘Gulf of Valencia’ and runs from 200 kilometers (124 miles) South of Barcelona to a bit North of Valencia.
The Costa del Azahar, literally ‘orange-blossom’, got its name from the orange trees covering the whole area. The orange tree is an important element in the design of the well-known gardens, together with the mosaic and fountains. Along the Costa del Azahar you can still find the most beautiful sandy beaches and authentic Spanish villages and towns, due to the relatively unpopularity among tourists. Worthwhile cities are Valencia, Gandia, Xabia, Sagunt and Castellón de la Plana.
Due to the crisis, a lot of houses at the Costa del Azahar are repossessed by banks. These villa’s and apartments are now in forced sale. This gives you the opportunity to buy your perfect home at the Spanish coast for a very profitable and affordable price.
Here you find an overview of all bargains at the Costa del Azahar.
€ 98.600,-more info
Bungalow in Rojales, Alicante, a beautiful spot on the Costa Blanca that is part of a complex with communal pool
€ 250.200,-more info
Detached villa in San Miguel De Salinas, Alicante with 7 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms
€ 117.800,-more info
€ 108.000,-more info
Detached Villa with 2bedrooms and 1 bathroom in Rojales
€ 120.500,-more info
This semi-detached villa has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and is situated in a residential area of Algorfa on the Costa Blanca
€ 83.400,-more info
€ 171.700,-more info
Townhouse with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in San Miguel de Salinas
€ 101.000,-more info
Townhouse with 1 bedroom and 2 bathrooms in Orihuela
€ 361.500,-more info
€ 133.100,-more info
Townhouse with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in Guardamar del Segura
€ 131.500,-more info
Townhouse with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in San Fulgencio
€ 80.700,-more info
Exterior flat distributed in living room with terrace, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one of them into the master bedroom)