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beaches Torrevieja, Torrevieja, costa blanca, La Mata The beaches of Torrevieja are the main reason people come here so they can enjoy the promenade, the marina, the fine, sandy beaches and numerous rocky coves which provide something for everyone such the sports enthusiast, the sun worshipper, the people watcher and the nature lover.

If you are looking for fun or just a quiet time amongst nature then look no further than Torrevieja's beaches.

Wreck Diving, Altea, Costa Blanca, SpainIn the years past people were limited to the depths they could reach on compressed air which left a lot of wrecks undiscovered but with today's new gasses and delivery systems divers are able to reach greater depths and explore a lot more wrecks. Costa Blanca is one of those places that is waiting to give up the secrets of those ships
San Miguel de Salinas, Costa Blanca, SpainAs far as locations goes San Miguel de Salinas has one of the best in the area as it sets atop of Mount Calvario of the Alcores Hills and looks out on the alluvial plains of The Rio Segura. Beyond this are the salt lakes with its beautiful flamingos and finally the Mediterranean. The town is about 100 metres above sea level and is referred to as The Balcony of The Costa Blanca. The surrounding mountainous countryside is covered with pine groves, wild rosemary and thyme, and some cultivated vineyards.
Mediterranean Cruises, SpainA cruise in the Mediterranean opens a choice of culturally rich and exotic destinations not to be found anywhere else in the world. Stops include ancient Roman villages and sunny beaches of Spain to the mystical eastern flair of Turkey. No matter what you are looking for, be it stunning landscapes, splendid cuisine, or a new cultural experience, there's something for everyone on a Mediterranean cruise.
Torre La Mata, La Mata, Costa Blanca If a nice long sandy beach is what you are looking for then La Mata, officially called Torre La Mata, is the place to come to on the sunny Costa Blanca. There is more in the way of an open air street market held every Wednesday morning along with some brilliant bars, shops and restaurants. Be prepared to see some fantastic sunsets as La Mata is located at the eastern part of the Costa Blanca.
Orihuela, Alicante, Costa Blanca Orihuela is located in the region of Alicante on the Costa Blanca approximately 20km inland from the Mediterranean. Orihuela is the capital of what is called ''La Vega Baja'', or the low fertile lowlands. Orihuela is the largest region in the province of Alicante which pertains to the Valencian Community.


Orihuela, historically, is an important town and all you have to do is visit the older section of the city to see an impressive collection of churches and other fine architecture.

Torrevieja, Costa Blanca,  SpanishTorrevieja is a Spanish town with a difference. Unlike most resorts you'll find no high-rise blocks or package holiday hotels in Torrevieja. This fast expanding town used to be a fishing village until the salt produced from the scenic lakes put it firmly on the map in 1802 and now it is bright and bustling cosmopolitan resort ideal for family holidays. The salt lakes, now a protected Spanish nature reserve, also purify the air giving Torrevieja and the surrounding areas a healthy climate, so there really is something in the sea air.
windsurfing, Torrevieja, Costa Blanca, Murcia If what happens on the ocean waves is more your thing then the Costa Blanca has a wealth of opportunities for snorkelling, scuba diving, kite boarding, windsurfing and parasailing.
San Miguel de Salinas, Club Hipico Here you can either ride out in the countryside or use the indoor school, both accompanied by an instructor. The cost is 15 euros, per hour for the indoor school and 18 euros, per hour to ride out. You can make a booking by telephone 0034 6299053968 or make a booking in person, although it is recommended you call for directions.
Scuba Diving, watersports, Orihuela Costa, Torrevieja, Benidorm, Costa Blanca The great atmosphere and watersports attracts individuals and families alike. You can enjoy fishing, windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and great seafood, or just relax on the beautiful stretches of beach. All cliffs and islands as well as the reef with the drop off at Benidorm offer attractive diving opportunities.
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