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Palms in Orihuela Costa

Beaches in Orihuela Costa - Spain

Orihuela Costa can proudly boast some of the best and most popular beaches in Alicante. Punta Prima, Playa Flamenca, La Zenia, Cabo Roig and the lovely long beach of Campoamor are all beautiful all year round. Beaches along Orihuela Costa

Popular beaches in Orihuela Costa

Punta Prima: This very attractive and popular beach is bordered on the north by the beach of Náufragos (Torrevieja) and on the south by Playa Flamenca. The narrow cove beach is a favourite of the regular holidaymakers and is divided into two levels with a length of 170 metres by 14 wide and it is accessed by ramps and stairs. This beach also boasts the full range of facilities that one would expect on an Orihuela Costa beach together with a bus stop and public telephone.

Playa Flamenca: This popular and award winning beach has a length of 150 metres with an average width of 16 metres and is easily accessible. An open beach of fine sand, it is extremely popular with bathers and sun-seekers alike. Bordered on the north by the beach at Punta Prima and south by La Zenia beach Playa Flamenca is one of the busiest beaches on the Orihuela Costa. This beach has again been awarded the prized Blue Flag, acknowledging the constant attention the beach and its facilities receive from the town hall. There are parking facilities, special access for handicapped people, telephone, play area, toilets and foot-washing facilities, a lifeguard tower and a Red Cross station. There is also a bus stop and taxi rank. There is also a popular promenade and several walkways. Close to the beach are a number of popular restaurants where visitors can taste the traditional dishes of the area.

La Zenia: This is one of the busiest beaches in the Orihuela Costa. This sandy beach is 350 metres long by 60m wide. This very popular beach will be endeavouring to secure a Blue Flag next year and is an ideal location for the practising of all sorts of water sports. There is special access for handicapped persons, toilets, foot-washing facilities and a Red Cross station, public telephone, parking, play area, taxi rank and a bus service to the area. Located near this beach you can also find many restaurants where you can indulge in excellent Spanish and European cuisine. The nearby hotel offers excellent accommodation.

Cabo Roig: The beautiful beach at Cabo Roig is bordered on the north side by the beach of La Zenia and on the south by the beach of Dehesa de Campoamor. The beach is 420 metres long by 18 metres wide and is cove shaped and it is accessed by newly refurbished ramps and stairs. The beach was awarded the coveted Blue Flag again this year as was the nearby marina. The beach has much to offer from excellent quality water and sand to an ideal environment for those wishing to participate in a wide range of water sports such as sailing, windsurfing, skiing etc. There are parking facilities, a public telephone, special access for handicapped people, a bus stop, toilets and foot-washing facilities, a lifeguard tower and a Red Cross station.

Dehesa de Campoamor: The beaches in Campoamor are also very attractive and popular particularly during the summer time with Spanish tourists - mostly from Murcia, Alicante and Madrid, and also with tourists from the rest of Europe. They are also award winning and easily accessible.


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The Orihuela Costa area is located just a few minutes drive west of Torrevieja. In everyday speech, most expats in Orihuela Costa say that they live in Torrevieja. It is an area popular both for living and holidaying, and unrivalled in its facilities, choice of bars and restaurants, beautiful beaches and easy accessibility to both Alicante and Murcia airports.

During the boom of the late nineties/early “noughties”, Orihuela Costa sprang up along the beautiful coastline of the Orihuela municipality that had previously been virtually undeveloped.

The London inspired shopping Centre La Zenia Boulevard opened its doors in the autumn of 2012 and this has only added to its popularity as a holiday destination and the perfect place to live all year round.

Moving to Orihuela Costa

Moving to Orihuela Costa does not need to be a difficult process. Here you will find tips and advice about jobs, what you should do when moving to Orihuela Costa and which obstacles you might meet.
Moving to Orihuela Costa

Living in Orihuela Costa

Many have chosen living in Orihuela Costa because of the good climate. There is a large society of expats living on Orihuela Costa, and there are plenty of businesses run by foreigners who specialize in serving the expats society in Orihuela Costa
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Properties in Orihuela Costa

The prices on properties in Torevieja attract many expats to buy a home in Orihuela Costa as a second home or as an investment. The prices on properties in Orihuela Costa are often lower than for instance on Costa del Sol. Read more... Properties for sale in Orihuela Costa
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