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Travel Tips and Your Hotel Accommodation

Getting There

Nearest Airports are Alicante and Murcia only 45 mins shuttle transfer to any hotel. Ryanair, Jet 2 , Easy Jet are your cheapest ways of travelling.

Our Costa Azul Bus company will drive you direct to the hotels.


Discounted Accommodation

Our ongoing contracts with the local hotels allow us to give you the best rates available. We can offer you the Hotel Playas Torrevieja, Hotel Masa International, Hotel La Laguna and the Hotel La Estacion in Benidorm. 

All the hotels have pools, conference rooms, wifi and are close to sports facilities. Superb sports specific menus pre arranged.


Nearby Attractions

Sights, Attractions & Landmarks

Any visitor to Torrevieja is bound to visit the harbor area with it’s numerous restaurants, tapas bars and shops. The fish restaurants are a must as the fish is fresh in from the local fishing boats.

Torrevieja has many attractive parks, gardens and squares such as the Paraje Natural Municipal Molino del Agua and the Park of Nations where you can sit down and just relax under the shade.

For sightseeing in Torrevieja you can enjoy the harbour, the fish market, the Church of La Inmaculata Conception, the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, tour of the S-61 Delfin submarine and the museum of sea and salt.

Where is Torrevieja?

Torrevieja is about 50 kilometers south of Alicante airport and is right on the coast just south of the other large resort of Guardamar del Segura.

To the south of the resort you will find the popular tourist resorts of Cabo Roig, Campoamor and La Zenia.

Murcia Airport (San Javier) at a distance of thirty six kilometres to the south of the resort provides a further gateway for tourists, locals and expats and has a journey time of approximately thirty minutes by car.

Torrevieja is primarily as self catering tourist resort which means that the majority of its visitors have booked villas and apartments as their accommodation for the duration of their stay.



Torrevieja literally translates as Torre Vieja which means the Old Tower, used to be a tiny fishing village (like many of the towns on the Costa Blanca) but it has witnessed a huge explosion in size and population in recent times – most of which is from the huge numbers of people moving to Torrevieja from Northern Europe or buying holiday homes in the area.

Salt Lakes

Torrevieja is surrounded by the salt lakes of the Laguna Salada de la Mata and the Laguna Salada de Torrevieja and as a result the climate is meant to be very healthy especially for people with arthritus.

The salt lakes are protected and form a natural habitat for numerous protected species of bird such as the greater Flamingo and Montagu’s harrier. The salt is also commercially extracted providing one of the Torrevieja’s main industries.

Indoor Market

Torrevieja’s indoor market offers fish, meat and fresh vegetables. Make sure you visit the local market selling fresh fruits and vegetables as well as other locally-made goods and produce – market day in Torrevieja is on a Friday. Torrevieja is also home to the Habaneras Shopping Centre and a 24 hr Carrefour.

Bars and Clubs

There are more than a hundred bars with the majority located in the El Baluarte area in the La Punta district, which attracts thousands of visitors every year as the place to enjoy the nightlife of Torrevieja. Unfortunately the Pacha nightclubs is now closed and known as Oz instead.


Torrevieja is almost becoming a city it is expanding so rapidly and as a result facilities are very good with three excellent hospitals. There are also private and national health clinics with many doctors and dentists of all nationalities.

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