Guardamar Beach

Guardamar Del Segura offers everything you would wish for a great holiday in Spain. Guardamar, on the Costa Blanca coastline has beauiful beaches and is only a 10 Minute drive from Pondo Rosa Farmhouse.

In Guardamar you will find no high rise sky scrapers or package holiday hotels, and is the ideal location for families or couples with no night time trouble. It has many fantastic restaurants covering all tastes.

It still remains with that Spanish feel and relaxed environment.

 

La Marina Beach

La Marina, 20 minutes south of Alicante is a small beach resort set in dunes and with some of the longest beaches on the Costa Blanca covering over 17 km. La Marina is a smaller village with varied sports facilities some cafes together with a range of shops and bars. The Town is divided into the old Pueblo between the coast road and the sea, and the new inland urbanisation. La Marina and the surrounding area is known as the market garden of Europe because of all its orange, lemon, almond and olive groves. It has beautiful sandy beaches and is perfect for picnics and has been awarded the blue flag. Playa la Marina is less than a ten minute drive from Pondo Rosa farmhouse.

 

Santa Pola

Santa Pola, is a small fishing port on the Costa Blanca. It is famous for its variety of landscapes and mountain ranges to sand ranges. The town has several wonderful beaches including over 4 km of fine sand and crystal lined water. Santa Polas fishing harbour has the largest number of fishing boats in the mediterain. At Playa Lisa beach you can walk out to the sea for kilometres and the water only reaches knee height!!!! Santa Pola lies south of Alicante and close to Guardamar and Torrejieva so makes it a must on your list.

 

Alicante Beach

In Alicante the mild climate makes it possible to maintain a beach life for the entire year round. In the area there are both long stretches with golden sand and hideaway small bays as well as naturist beaches. Tourists enjoy the sun and the beach as well as take in part of the culture and entertainment of a cosmopolitan city with its museums, monuments, year round and regular fiestas have made the perfect choice when they visit Alicante on Spains Costa Blanca. There is plenty to do all year round not just through the summer months.

Alicante offers 7 kilometres of golden sandy beaches and a beautiful sea front esplanade with superb shops, cafe bars and restaurants.

 

Alicante - Walkway

Alicante is well known for having some of the best beaches on the Costa Blanca, with its gorgeous beach front by the harbour and then the famous pedestrian walk way The Explanada De Espana, a stunning promenade surrounded by beautiful palm trees with its near by streets, shops and cafes. This is not only a culturally rich city immerced in history but is also a lively dynamic contempory location with plenty to do and you will find whatever you are looking for.

In the evening there can be nothing better than taking a moonlight stroll along its wide promenades stopping occasionally to marvel at the expensive yachts and boats, or just taking in the atmosphere

 

Alicante - Marina

Just 50 metres from Alicante's thriving city centre, the beautiful "Marina Deportiva de Alicante" is in a truly wonderful spot. Far enough away from the hustle and bustle, yet conveniently placed for shopping. An excellent range of activities are close at hand here, including a selection of high quality golf courses. Aside from nautical activities the marina has lots to offer. Gastronomy is a key feature, with many cafes and restaurants present serving a broad selection of both traditional and international cuisine. A collection of bars can also be found catering for different tastes. Shopping facilities cater both for the individual, as well as on a nautical theme.

 

Alicante - At Night

Alicante offers an easy, carefree nightlife all year round. The mild climate combined with the attractions of hundreds of bars and cafes with regular live entertainment ensure that this is a city which never sleeps. One of the best places to visit at night is the old city centre known as El Barrio. Here you'll find a host of bars and Each has its own style and personality and you'll nearly always find live music - from salsa and jazz to rock and flamenco. The modern zone, between Alfonso El Sabio and the Explanada, offers other types of entertainment, with elegant pubs, sophisticated restaurants with famed cuisine, In the summer months you'll also find plenty of music, dancing and entertainment down at the beach of San Juan not forgetting the Fun Fair, or why not just take a relaxing walk and see the beautiful sunsets.

 

Levente Beach

Benidorm's beaches are justifiably famous and the resort's continuing success owes much to those fabulous golden crescents. Stretching for a luxuriant six kilometres from Levante Beach in the east to Poniente Beach in the west, consistently high quality blue flag bathing, lifeguard patrols, a wealth of water sports and an impressive approach to cleanliness by cleaning every night means these beaches are among the best in Europe.The beaches in Benidorm also have great access for people with disabilities and pushchairs in the form of wooden runways which run down towards the sea. There is also the Accessibility Plan where you can swap push chairs and wheelchairs for more beach friendly versions with large wheels so that you can access any areas of the sand and go right down to the water.

 

Torrevieja Beach

Torrevieja has 4 main beaches, the most popular beaches Cura and Locos. Again fine sand and all kinds of facilities alongside a beachfront promenade. At the other end to the south you will find the beach of Los Naufragos. If peace and tranquility is what you are looking for Torrevieja on the Costa Blanca is the place. All set in a beautiful nature setting of esplanades, gardens, parks and beaches.Torreviejas sandy beaches are among the most popular on the whole coast of Spain Featuring more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Torrevieja has something for everyone. No matter if you like sports, long walk in the nature or just want to spend the days on the beach.

 

La Mata

La Mata, a 2300 metres long and over 40 metres wide beach, is located at the Torrevieja’s district of Torrelamata. To the south it adjoins the Cape Cervera, and to the north it delimits the area of La Mata Tower, which has given its name to this district.

It has a really long esplanade which runs all along the beach, where you can visit many chiringuitos and restaurants. At the other side of the beach we can find a wide sand dunes.

The beach is sandy and you can walk along it north to Guardamar or south, via the wooden walkway to Torrevieja.

On the other side of the N332 is the Natural Park of La Mata, an important bird reserve and vineyard! There is a visitors centre, picnic tables, a sign posted wine walking route and many other unmarked but well worn walking

 

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