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16-03-2016
Warmest winter in over 30 years in Torrevieja
Torrevieja has just had its hottest December since records began in 1927 with the province basking in the warmest winter for over 30 years.


16-03-2016
Weddings permitted on La Manga
GETTING married on a beach in La Manga can now be easier than ever after the Ministry worked with the City of San Javier to permit legal weddings on this side of the Mar Menor.


16-03-2016
Rental prices increase to pre-crisis levels
ALICANTE rental prices are reported to have recovered from the big drop experienced during the worst years of the crisis in the city.


16-09-2015
Spanish House Prices Register Biggest Increase Since 2007
Housing prices in Spain climbed by 4% year-on-year in the second quarter of the year, according to the latest House Price Index data


27-07-2015
Spain moves up the league table for inbound tourists
Spain has moved up from fourth to third place in the number of inbound tourists, behind only France and the United States with over 65 million tourists arriving on its shores last year. In terms of total tourist spending, however, with 63 billion euros, in second position it occupies one place higher.


02-05-2015
Funding approved for la zenia n332 improvements
The councillor for the Orihuela Costa, Martina Scheurer, has announced this week that she has received the final go-ahead to carry out the work at the roundabout of La Zenia.


02-05-2015
Torrevieja may fair gets underway this week
The festivities councillor in the city of Torrevieja, Lola Sánchez Roca, presented this year´s May Fair fiesta schedule, which begins on Wednesday.


27-01-2015
Torrevieja promotes tourism at international fair
The pair will also attend 15 meetings during FITUR with officials and businessmen from countries like France, China, Russia and Argentina


27-01-2015
Municipal teams treating Torrevieja’s palms
Carmen Gómez Candel, Torrevieja’s Councillor for Parks and Gardens, announced that municipal teams are now pruning and treating the town’s palm trees


27-01-2015
Torrevieja hospital launch virtual tour service
Both the Torrevieja University Hospital and Elche’s Vinalopo Hospital have launched a new service virtual tour facility in collaboration with 'Google Places'.


27-01-2015
Spanish property ‘engine of economic growth’ in 2015
REAL estate and construction will be the ‘engines of economic growth’ in Spain for 2015, according to a new study.





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Torrevieja - lovely city at South of Costa Blanca



The first thing that draws your attention in Torrevieja is its setting.

There are two salt lagoons, one pink and the other green, which make up the La Mata and Torrevieja Lagoons Nature Reserve.

Together, they cover a total of 3,700 Hectares, which represents 52% of the local terrain, and contain enormous biological wealth.


Sun, sea and beaches


The Torrevieja coast is very long, covering a total of 14 km of coastline, along which there are numerous beaches and coves where you can cool down and relax.

The La Mata Beach, which runs from North to South, stands out from the rest. It is the longest spreading across almost two kilometres, and the dunes
are characterised by the abundance of fossilised dunes. If you like spacious and quiet beaches, La Mata is a great choice.

A little further South, where some historians discovered the spot that today is Torrevieja, we find Cabo Cervera and the beach with the same name: Playa de Cabo Cervera. Here they found an old Watchtower, the so-called Torre del Moro (Moorish Tower), which offers a spectacular viewpoint which allows to see the area from the Mar Menor (Lower Sea) -in the South- to the Cabo de Santa Pola (Santa Pola Cape) - in the North.

Continuing Southwards along the coast, we discover “Las calas” (“The coves”), an area with quiet coves where you can go diving or simply enjoy a good swim. South of “Las Calas” is the Punta del Salaret, which shelters the Playa de Los Locos (Madmen Beach), a striking spot reminiscent of the old sanatorium which used to be there. This beach now forms part of the built-up part of Torrevieja and offers visitors numerous services.


Adjacent to the Western dock in the Torrevieja harbour, is the Playa de los Náufragos (Shipwreck Beach), an extensive beach where you can complement a beach day with a fun snorkelling trip.

Also, just a few metres deep, towards the North, - the port- or the South -La Veleta town-, there are posidonia meadows with fascinating ecosystems that we recommend you take a look at whilst respecting the environment. If you go snorkelling in the “La Veleta” area, notice how there are sections of tiles at the bottom. Curious? You should know that the Playa de los Náufragos owes its name to the shipwrecks which took place nearby.

In the far South of the City, we can find Punta Prima, where Torrevieja borders the municipal district of Orihuela. At this peripheral point of the city, we find an emblematic cove, an inlet which looks more like the Caribbean Sea than the Mediterranean: Cala Ferris (Ferris Cove).

Covered with palm trees and small dunes, with crystalline waters, this cove offers you the chance to enjoy a quiet swim surrounded by the sound of the birds -including parrots- and the sea. You will be astounded by the quantity of fish living in this ecosystem

All the Torrevieja beaches are certified with the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 regulations for quality and environmental management. This reaffirms
Torrevieja as a symbol of prestige and quality.


Commerce

Torrevieja has a great variety of small, traditional trades which portray the main characteristics of Torrevieja: open and simple. There are also hypermarkets and shopping centres nearby, which complement the shops available in this city.

The Market, known by residents as “La Plasa”, is a good place to visit. There you will be able to see fresh products from both the sea and land. Many of the products grown on the land are linked to the “Bajo Segura” garden.

The city also has two street markets, one which takes place on Fridays near to the bus station and the other in the nearby district of La Mata on Wednesdays. The most striking feature of these is the variety and the quality of the products.

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