Quesada is situated on the Spanish Costa Blanca roughly 40 kilometres south of Alicante airport and about seven kilometres from the beach paradise of Torrevieja. Costa Blanca means "white coast".
In Quesada everything you need is close by. Cuidad Quesada is a magnificently urbanised area covering three square miles. Quesada is independent and autonomous, but with an infrastructure which is maintained by the municipality of Rojales. The regions largest urbanisation, created by Justo Quesada, unites a complete network of service facilities. There exists within the urbanisation all kinds of facilities such as supermarkets, banks with currency exchange service, laundries, restaurants and service companies. The urbanisation services with a security company, meeting-halls and medical centres.
Costa Blanca - The White Coast The province borders to Valencia to the north and to Murcia in the south. The area is called the garden of Spain, which is easy to understand since the soil is rich and filled with orange groves, vineyards and fields. Almost all types of European crops grow here; oranges, lemons, tomatoes, grapes, bell pepper, capsicum and much more.