The city-planning and architectonic design of Costa Ballena, always presided over by a very demanding criteria of quality, is one of its more solid values. The open spaces and landscaped zones occupy more than 62 percent of the surface of Costa Ballena, with more than 45,000 trees and shrubs planted throughout its territory.
The result of the decision to put inhabitants in contact with nature in already pleasant surroundings is evident, as is the existence of a series of measures that guarantee quality. Standing out is the decision to limit the maximum allowed height of its buildings to three floors and setting the minimum habitual area to 30 square meters per inhabitant. Another one of its major decisions was to obtain a harmonic coexistence of residential spaces with the designated leisure and sports areas.