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Torrevieja

Torrevieja has a protected Natural Park with salt lakes. Salt mining, which is prevalent in this region, dates back to the early epoch of Christianity.

The town proudly has Carnival Festivals and Processions each month of the year.

There is an excellent street market every Friday morning. Along the promenade each night is the Fun Fair and African Market leading to specialist Ice-Cream Parlours. In the town centre at night you can enjoy night establishments that specialize in Caribbean, Jazz, Samba, Rock, New Age or American folk music. You can also visit the games and leisure complex " Ozone" With more than 10,000 square meters in area, this animated centre offers the opportunity to have supper in more than 25 restaurants, and enjoy the Bowling Alley or Gaming Casino. 

Torrevieja Water Park is one of the biggest on the Costa Blanca.

 

The Orihuela Costa

The Orihuela Costa is the jewel in the crown of the Southern Costa Blanca.

The Orihuela Costa lies on the most Southern point of the Costa Blanca and comprises roughly 16 km of fine powder-sand beaches, rocky coves and sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean.

 

Punta Prima (just south of Torrevieja) on the N332 road boasts 2 beautiful beaches and a plethora of cafes, bars and restaurants.

 

Playa Flamenca also has 2 delightful beaches. At night visit the hugely popular Playa Flamenca Centre with 3 floors of eating, drinking and playing for those who like their nightlife loud and with a party atmosphere.

 

La Zenia is another great Orihuela Costa all year round favourite, again stunning beaches. With well known favourite haunts like Paddy's Point (special nights, bands etc) Al & Benny's and Alejandros. Close by will be located Zenia Boulevard (due to open 2012). Spain's version of an American Mall.

 

Cabo Roig has Marinas, The Strip, the Bushwacka, the strange pyramid in the middle of the roundabout...these are some of the things that you will remember. A walk to Torre del Cabo Roig, a look-out point with stunning views of the beaches below, Cala Caleta and Playa de la Regia, the Yachting Marina and views over to La Manga strip on the Costa Calida.

 

Dehesa de Campoamor is the quieter part of the Orihuela Costa for beaches, relaxation and sailing. Travel 10 minutes inland from here and you will find the recently opened La Fuente Commercial Centre containing a wealth of bars and restaurants. A further 5 minutes drive you will discover the renowned Villamartin Plaza. Cool and elegant, the palm trees gently sway on a breezy day disturbing the Parakeets that are a permanent feature, have a cafe con leche, a refreshing cerveza (beer) or a meal, day or night. Night times around the Plaza are simply buzzing.

 

Mil Palmeras is a quiet coastal area that only really comes to life in the summer months. The name literally means a thousand palms. Here is the Pueblo Latino, a square frequented by the locals and tourists alike with many bars, shops and restaurants around a charming square leading to the beach.

 

La Zenia is another great Orihuela Costa all year round favourite, again stunning beaches. With well known favourite haunts like Paddy's Point (special nights, bands etc.)

Close by is the new La Zenia Boulevard which is the largest shopping centre in the province of Alicante.

The Boulevard has a traditional Mediterranean design to reflect a typical Spanish village.

Primark, Zara, Mango, Laura Ashley etc. are just a few of the 150 stores located here.

Numerous restaurants, bars and ice cream parlours are located on the second floor.

Ten-pin Bowling and a Casino are here also.

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