How many times have you heard on the phone that you were the winner of a flat in Torrevieja, Alicante? Whatever the case, the fact is that this tourist destination in the Valencian Community has been and still is one of those places traditionally thought of for sun and beach holidays with the family and, now that the crisis is getting tougher, one of the first places that can help us to enjoy a low-cost holiday.
In addition to a lot of infrastructures for tourism and a great leisure offer, Torrevieja offers a lot of very touristy beaches that nevertheless do not lose the charm of the Mediterranean.
Would you like to visit them? The following are just some of the thirteen beaches in the city:
– La Mata: This is one of the most extensive beaches in Torrevieja, with no less than two and a half kilometres of fine golden sand where it can often be difficult to find a space for a towel… the level of occupation is very high in summer!
– Los Locos: Also known as the Salaret beach, this small beach has 700 metres of golden sand and of course it is also located in an urban environment. It has many services and infrastructures and has good access for people with physical disabilities.
– Los Náufragos: This is one of the beaches with the most atmosphere both during the day and at night (sports activities, bars, discos, etc.). It offers 400 metres of golden sand.
– El Acequión: It is not particularly beautiful, but it has everything you need for a traditional day at the beach (comfortable golden sand, facilities on the beach, all kinds of services nearby, etc.).
– Rocío del Mar: It is different from the others because it is one of the few quiet beaches in this busy destination. Also known as Cala de las Piteras, the beach has only 100 metres of golden sand and is surrounded by green Mediterranean vegetation with paths that lead to it.
– Cabo Cervera: It is a tiny beach, barely 50 metres long and in the middle of an urban environment, so it is always very crowded.
Other beaches in the area are Playa del Cura, Cala Palangre, Cala Ferri, Cala del Mojón, Cala de la Zorra or Cala de la Higuera, for example.