Alicante - Costa Blanca North is one of the most important touristic places in Europe. Thanks to the landscape, the infrastructure, the beautiful cities and the friendly population a lot of tourists visit this area. The landscape of the Costa Blanca North is characterized by a calm and gentle coastline, with mountains up to 1500 meters high near the coast, for example the mountains of Montgo and Puig Campana. According to the World Health Organization the climate in the Costa Blanca North is the most pleasant in Europe. The average temperature during the winter is about 16°C, during the spring and autumn about 20°C and during the summer about 35°C. The many outgoing festivals are celebrated on the streets for everyone to participate and enjoy. As a traditional Catholic country, Spain has an extensive calendar of patron saints. These Saint’s days are celebrated in joyful fiestas with music, dancing, food and fireworks. In October the harvest of mandarins, oranges and olives begins. The flowering of the almond trees is well worth visiting. The positive effects of the environment is reflected throughout the flora, as the area is traditionally a perfect habitat for palm, oleander, almond, citrus and hibiscus trees and many wild herbs. There are many terraces, bars, restaurants and wineries including the typical tapas bars located throughout the whole area. The Costa Blanca North has wonderful hiking areas and many possibilities for golf and water sport lovers as well as cyclists.