Popular Lettings in Torrevieja
Highlights in Torrevieja
- La Mata beach
- Museum of Sea and Salt, Parque de Las Naciones
- Spanish festivals, Water park Aquopolis
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Torrevieja
This fishing village and trading port has many downtown rentals close to historical buildings, impressive properties next to the sandy beaches of Guardamar or modern and spacious lettings surrounded by shops, charming cafés and good restaurants. People from far and wide have made this place their permanent home. Don’t wait any longer and start searching for your Torrevieja holiday letting today.Exclusive holiday rentals and lettings with pools
Hunting for the perfect holiday rental on the Costa Blanca has never been easier. Torrevieja has a range of renovated holiday lettings within easy reach of the beach. There are also heaps of family friendly properties in the area with plenty of room for the kids to play while the adults sit back and relax. Wake up to the soothing sounds of waves crashing on the sand. Lounge by the pool as you gaze out across the Mediterranean and have breakfast in the terrace. Whether you are looking for a romantic escape with your partner or a fun-filled family summer, there are options to suit all pockets.
Holidays in Torrevieja
The area and getting around
Torrevieja sits on the southeastern coast on the Costa Blanca, in Alicante. Fancy immersing yourself in Mediterranean culture? The so-called City of Salt is without doubt one of the most charming and fast growing in the region. Just a short drive from both Alicante and Murcia airport, this beach resort attracts in Spanish and international holidaymakers year on year. An incredible atmosphere, a family friendly atmosphere in la Zenia, a busy nightlife scene along Calle Noruega, ancient buildings with stunning architecture, outdoor markets in the city centre held every weekend and plenty of sandy, beautiful beaches to make your holiday a memorable one.Riding around Torrevieja
Cycling routes, walking nature trails, lovely beaches and colourful salt lakes that will impress any visitor. Walk or cycle along the Via verde (Green way) and make your way to the pink and the blue-green lakes, where they extract the salt from and see big piles of white salt by the road. Stop for a picnic and head to one of its beautiful beaches, like La Cura, or a bit further up, Santa Pola, famous for its fresh fish with the quality hallmark Peix of Santa Pola. Nevertheless, it goes without saying that tapas are also an excellent option to sample different flavours in one sitting. Try the award winning tapas at Tasca Bahia, a quick bite at Catalina II or the best prawns and mussels at El patio chico.
Travellers and activities
At the beginning of the last century there were little more than a watchtower, the old tower and a few houses here but the salt lagoons put Torrevieja on the map. Plenty of charming sights and an appealing Mediterranean flavour exude from Torrevieja. If you like to spend a day out, this is the perfect base to take a day tour to Murcia, plenty of entertainment options or San Javier, where cultural activities are awaiting or a boat trip to the island of Tabarca with lots of history behind fortified walls, pirate stories, a lovely lighthouse, crystal clear water for snorkeling and small beaches to sit back and relax.Torrevieja for wonders lovers
Have you ever dreamed of seeing pink lakes? Torrevieja is well-known for its popular sandy beaches, nevertheless, there is far more to this seaside town than its beaches. Torrevieja is in fact surrounded by two of the biggest saltwater lagoons in Europe. The salt lagoons in Torrevieja are rose-tinted! Yes, they are pink and they have even got matching pink flamingos! You will have to pay them a visit and see for yourself. A wonder of nature that will impress the most experienced traveller.
Torrevieja is known as the Costa Blanca’s melting pot. It’s home to people from over 121 different countries, including Spain, Great Britain, Germany, Russia, China and Sweden!
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For those wanting a wide and spacious belt of pale sand washed by rolling surf, La Mata is right up your street. A long, golden sandy beach dotted with bars where to take a refreshing drink in those hot summer days, 8 volleyball pitches, a football pitch and pedal boats for a little and refreshing ride on the waves. Could this beach be any cooler?2. A day at Parque de Las Naciones
To escape the crowds and have a bit of shade from sun, Parque de Las Naciones is the perfect place to go for a walk and let the kids run free. You will also find all sorts of birds here from peacocks to parrots roaming around. A playground area and large ponds with fish, geese and turtles. Besides, you can hire an electric boat and take a pleasant ride on the lake.3. A visit to the Museum of Sea and Salt
If hoping to find out more about the history of Torrevieja, this museum will satisfy your curiosity. It may be small, but it contains a selection of objects which represent the roots of town. The glittering salt sculptures of ships and ancient buildings make for a great selfie opportunity.4. Fun in the sun at Aquopolis
If you are in the mood for some fun check out Aquopolis Torrevieja. This water park has activities for the whole family with a complete entertainment team that will take care that every minute of your day is full of fun, including sporting activities like the Aquagym. The best water attractions, relaxing moments in a jacuzzi and a VIP are to chill out or have a bite after your activities.5. All year round festivals
Local fiestas and festivals are held during the year in this Mediterranean town. Easter processions, burning bonfires in summer, May fairs to celebrate the Andalusian festive spirit, the Sailors and Sea Shanties in July and finally, the traditional parades of Giants and Big Heads in December to round off the year. Make your way to Torrevieja and enjoy the festivals like a local.