Torrevieja is a seaside resort which lies on the Costa Blanca in Spain. It is located at about 50km to the southwest of Alicante and offers some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the Mediterranean Sea.
The town of Torrevieja is a unique combination of the past and the modern day, a visit in the area is like stepping into the past of an old Spanish town yet with all the luxuries of today.
The Old town Torrevieja is among one of the most popular attractions in the area and if you fancy long strolls along the beautiful promenades, you will find many interesting historical buildings.
You can visit the famous Church of the Immaculate Conception and stroll around the Town Square where you will discover a colorful culture with lots of diversity including the various festivals and cultural events. You will also find many shops, bars and restaurants nearby along with several clubs and nightclubs.
As natural beauty abounds this particular area, you will find many secluded beaches where you can spend the day working on your tan or enjoy nature walks, rock climbing or simply admire the beautiful scenery.
Torrevieja is also a renowned yacht charter destination and has a large sheltered port with 3 marinas in its protective breakwater: Marina Internacional de Torrevieja, a modern marina located on the northern side of the harbor with 500 berths for yachts measuring up to 30m long, Marina Salinas de Torrevieja with 724 berths for yachts measuring up to 35 m long and the Real Club Nautico de Torrevieja with 570 berths for yachts measuring up to 50 m long.
The club has also a swimming pool, a sauna and 2 good restaurants. The marinas in Torrevieja is also within easy distance to Puerto Deportivo Capo Roig and the marinas in Cartagena.
During your visit in Toerrvieja, you will have opportunity to explore the Torrevieja Harbor or the Museum of Sea and Salt where you will learn more about the Sea and the history of the city.
You can also sail along the beautiful coastline and discover some of the most popular beaches in the area like Playa Del Cura beach where you will be forced to stop to take a picture in front of the sea.
Another interesting beach is Playa de Locos Beach and continuing your sailing route towards Torre Del Moro’s viewpoint where you can enjoy some wonderful sights of the Torrevieja’s coastline.