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The town of Torrevieja lies approx. 45 kms. south of Alicante, the towering pyramids of white salt and the echoes of habaneras floating in the air are two of the main things that seem to remain in the memories of visitors to this area, but Torrevieja has much more to offer as it has a long seafaring tradition, a privileged climate, excellent beaches and modern infrastructure which have made it one of the major attractions on the Mediterranean coastline. The coast is lined with beaches of fine sand, providing a complete range of beach activities. Wander along the main Promenade of Torrevieja and enjoy the atmosphere of the evening flea market or sit at one of the pavement cafes and watch the world go by. An ideal area for investing in Spanish Real Estate.

Torrevieja's festive calendar starts in February with the happy sounds of the carnival heralding in the Spring. Holy Week processions up and down the streets of the town during May, at which time Torreviejans come onto the streets to dance and taste the finest sherries from the South. During the Summer especially on July 16th , the Feast Day of our Lady of Carmelo the patron Saint of Sailors is commemorated with a traditional sea and land procession. October brings the High Feast of La Mata. The feast of the Immaculate Conception is held 1st -17th December saying farewell to the year with flower offerings, competitions and fireworks.

We have property for sale in Spain close toTorrevieja Marina which is one of the largest on the Costa Blanca.  Take a boat ride to the island of Tabarca where scuba diving is a pleasure or sail along the coast. Boat rides are available from the port of Torrevieja, as well as fishing trips. For the more energetic several golf courses, including Villa Martin, Campoamor, Las Ramblas and Quesada are available. Torrevieja has a superb selection of sports for the enthusiast, including sailing, diving, tennis, bowls, athletics, football and a gymnasium.

Monuments and Culture

In Roman times, this area was well known for its outstanding port, the remains of which can still be seen in La Mata, called embarcadero romano, or Roman docks.

Along the coast are the ancient watchtowers called El Moro and La Mata, used in the Middle Ages to warn the coastal inhabitants of attacks by Barbary pitates.

Among the town monuments is the Archpriest's Church of the Immaculate Conception, from the turn of the century, the masonry bridge of the Acequi? and the Modernist Casino, with an original Neo-Mudejar salon where numerous cultural activities are staged.

The Recinto de las Eras de la Sal is the site of the town's most emblematic cultural manifestation: the International Habaneras and Polyphony Event

Habaneras arrived in Spain through Torrevieja in the 19th century, brought back by sailors from these lands in schooners used to transport salt to Cuba. The Habaneras Event is held in the month of August each year for an entire week, attracting the best national and international choral groups to pay homage to this style of Caribbean music.


Torrevieja's festive calendar starts in February with the happy sounds of the Carnival heralding in the spring. Then come the solemn Holy week processions up and down the streets of the town. In the month May, in the Real de la Feria, Torreviejans dance sevillanas, taste the finest sherries from the south, and enjoy riding on horse back. In summer, there are outdoor parties and processions, especially on 16 July, the feast day or Our Lady of Carmelo, the patron saint of sailors, with a traditional sea-and-land procession. October brings the High Feast of La Mata.

The traditional patron saint feasts to honour the Immaculate Conception is held from 1 to 17 December, saying farewell to the year with processions, flower offerings, competitions and fireworks.

Cuisine and Craftsmanship

The taste of the sea is reflected anew in local gastronomy, which makes ample use of fish and seafood, in combination with produce from local market gardens.

The most characteristic feature of local craftmanship are the models of the boats used to transport salt in the marshes. Boat builders take their creations to the edge of the salt flats, where they are left to collect the bright glaze of the local salt, before being offered as souvenirs.


Torrevieja has a superb line up for Sports lovers, especially for people interested in Marine sports. The Royal Nautical Club and the international Sports Marina offer over 1,500 berths for seafarers, with a complete range of services for sailing , yachting and diving. The Municipal Sports Pavilion has tennis courts, athletics tracks, fronton tennis, a football field and a gymnasium.

What to do

Take a medicinal bath in the waters of the lagoon, which have curative properties especially recommended for heart troubles, rheumatism or respiratory ailments.
Participate in the numerous festivals held in Torrevieja. In August, don't miss the Habeneras and Polyphony Event.
Stroll round the Street Market held every Friday morning and see what there is to buy. In the evening, you can view the market stalls for local craftsmanship near the port.
Visit the most important salt works in Europe and see one of the most outstanding natural water preserves in the land of Valencia.
During the day, enjoy the sea and the sun along the beautiful beaches near the town. Night time is the right time for enjoying local Discos, Clubs and Cafes.
Visit the Holy Week Museum Tomas Valceral or the Museum of the Salt and Sea.
Drive up to Guardamar del Segura and enjoy a pleasant day's excursion to a special eco-system: pine forests bordering sand dunes next to Mediterranean.

Tourist Information Centre

Seafront Torrevieja
Tel. (96) 5715936.

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The Northern Region

Moraira lies conveniently midway between the international airports of Alicante and Valencia which are connected to all major European airports. The luxury of a fine motorway connecting the two cities speeds the way to this acknowledged beauty area of the Northern Costa Blanca. The spectacular journey from either Valencia or Alicante through terraced mountains and valleys green and lush with ripening orange groves and almond plantations gives the region its name, Northern Costa Blanca.


The Southern Region

To either have a holiday home or be a resident in the area of Los Alcazares is like a dream come true. To experience this we would recommend spending time in the area enjoying the facilities available. Within this beautiful and tranquil environment exists some of the most outstanding leisure and sporting facilities, three world class golf courses, one of the best equipped tennis centres in Europe, beach clubs with marvellous water sports close at hand, numerous swimming pools, restaurants and bars, a casino and a host of other leisure facilities which make this area beyond compare.



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