Torrevieja TORREVIEJA WEATHER Welcome to the enchanting coastal town of Torrevieja, located on the picturesque Costa Blanca in south-east Spain. Known for its stunning Mediterranean beaches, cultural richness and vibrant atmosphere, this vibrant destination beckons travellers seeking sun-soaked adventure and relaxed seaside charm. Beaches Torrevieja has some of the most unspoilt beaches in the region. Playa del Cura, with its golden sands and clear blue waters, is perfect for sunbathing and swimming. If you’re looking for a quieter escape, head to Playa Los Locos, a tranquil beach surrounded by cliffs and dotted with charming cafes. Salt Lakes Torrevieja is famous for its salt lakes, the largest of which is the Laguna Salada de Torrevieja. Witness the surreal pink hues of the water, a result of the high concentration of salt and micro-organisms. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a leisurely stroll along the paths surrounding the lakes and breathe in the therapeutic air. Promenade and Marina The lively promenade, Paseo de la Libertad, invites visitors to stroll along the seafront, enjoying the sea breeze and lively atmosphere. The Marina is a hub of activity, lined with colourful boats and offering a range of waterside cafes and restaurants, making it the perfect place to unwind while enjoying delicious local cuisine. Cultural Gems Explore Torrevieja’s rich cultural scene by visiting landmarks such as the Torre del Moro, a historic watchtower offering panoramic views of the coastline. The Inmaculada Concepción church, with its distinctive blue and white domes, is another architectural gem that reflects the town’s unique character. Local Markets Enjoy the lively street markets that take place throughout the week, where you can buy fresh produce, local crafts and souvenirs. The Friday market is particularly popular, offering a wide range of goods in a bustling open-air setting. Gastronomy Torrevieja is a haven for food lovers. Taste the flavours of the sea with a wide range of fresh seafood, including the local speciality ‘caldero’, a delicious fisherman’s stew. The city’s restaurants and tapas bars offer a delightful mix of traditional Spanish dishes and international cuisine. Festivals and Events Plan your visit during one of Torrevieja’s lively festivals to experience the town’s exuberant spirit. The Habaneras and Polyphony International Contest, held in August, is a prestigious music festival that celebrates choral music and attracts performers from all over the world. Museo del Mar y la Sal This museum is dedicated to the relationship between the sea, the salt, and Torrevieja. In this museum you will learn the history of Torrevieja and the salt extraction, and it shows, among other things, the traditional construction of salt ships, a typical tradition of Torrevieja. Museo Flotante Submarino Submarine S-61 Dolphin was launched in Torrevieja in 1971, and has served as a floating museum since 2004, after 33 years of service. The S-61 was the first submarine of the Spanish Navy to enter service as a museum. In Torrevieja, every day is a celebration of sun, sea and Spanish culture. Whether you’re a beach lover, history buff or food connoisseur, Torrevieja promises an unforgettable and rejuvenating experience on the sun-kissed shores of the Costa Blanca. Torrevieja Tourist Information Properties in Torrevieja View more properties in Torrevieja