4.5 based on 244 reviews
The Dique de Levante, with an extension of 1600 metres, has become a privileged esplanade facing the sea. Its structure combines wood and steel,and at the bottom side it includes a cycleway.The Dique de Levante is one of the most visited places by both tourists and inhabitan.
The raised breakwater boardwalk is longer than you think - you spot the statue at the curve and think that’s it - well actually it’s only half distance! Not sure of the length in total but reckon it must be near a mile. The main walkway is made of railway sleeper type logs but not as thick and a narrow paved path is to one side. Be careful if you walk along the planks without footwear as a number of the fixing screws have worked loose and become slightly raised in places. The statue half way is interesting, sculpted by Carmen Fraile (name’s on the plinth!) and alongside is a water Fountain. Walking along you get views over the marina and also the submarine museum moored up at the jetty across wasteland. A boat rental/water ski area is at the end of the marina and no doubt interesting to watch the goings on in summer (it was closed when I was there mid November). Fishermen gather along rocks around the lighthouse and a number of cats hang around the bench area and stairs nearby - looking over the railing I noticed a couple of small huts and food bowls so they’re obviously well fed and looked after - when I sat down one insisted on trying to snooze on my lap! If it’s a hot day you can walk along the bottom road which is in the shade.
A pleasant walk, nice views and good for exercise!
4.5 based on 839 reviews
Beautiful salt crystal beach with pink hued water- if you don’t know what to look for it looks blue from the distance. It was too cold to swim but dipped my feet in the pretty pink water. Also would recommend for photographers to py attention to lighting for best photo opportunities.
4 based on 1 reviews
Glorious sandy beach with gently lapping waves and a clean and refreshing sea. Well worth a saunter along with temperatures of 22C in January! Gorgeous!
4 based on 327 reviews
One of the most interesting Parks in Torrevieja , having a central location and
especially with kids, a lot to see.
There are many kinds of birds, cocks,geese walking freely in the area and with
fountains, ponds and benches to sit down and watch all this.
If you have a moment to spare while you are visiting Torrevieja, surely this is
a great way to use half an hour.
4 based on 146 reviews
We went as we were interested in going into a submarine. The trip was very cheap, and despite there not really being any information available in English, the boats were still very well presented to show living conditions on board sharing with a crew, and the submarine was very interesting to look around, showing the realistic cramped habitat!
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Did not have time for a closer inspection inside this beautiful church, which was a great shame, next time perhaps, however the outside and front of the church are splendid, and it's location in front of the Plaza de la Constitucion is a wonderful setting.
Worth a visit when you are in Torrevieja.
4 based on 223 reviews
This is a rather small water park and aimed at the younger children. The rides are very tame and there are only 3 of them.
The pool is well covered with life guards.
Nice swimming pool and plenty of sun beds which are fixed to the ground to stop them being moved does make it difficult to get shade or sun at times.
Reasonable cafe which good food at fair prices.
If you or your kids are adrenaline junkies best find another park.
Under 10 years brill.
€12 adult entry.
4 based on 243 reviews
The address listing above is not for punta prima beach, but Cala Piteras, which lies just below the nautilus restaurant and the Promenade. Cala Piteras is about 60 metres wide with rocks either side. If you walk along the Promenade in a southerly direction past the beach bars which at present have been closed down, then step off the prom and walk along a rough level path at the side of the rocks, turn right at the next closed beach bar, and you will then have to climb one flight of steps up to the paseo maritimo. Alternatively to the left of these steps is a wide ramped path which leads to punta prima beach. If you are walking along paseo maritimo the 200 meters of sandy beach lies below and can be accessed by stairs or lift(usable between June/ October, best to check). In the busier months there are toilet facilities, foot showers, beach bar and life guard. On paseo maritimo there is the punta prima restaurant which is open all year round. The walk from Cala Piteras to punta prima beach takes 20/30 mins.
3.5 based on 293 reviews
It's a nice area to walk along with plenty of seats, bits of shade, shops to browse in and lots of fake shoes and clothes to buy from the lucky, lucky men but if you value some personal space it's not the beach for you.
When we visited it was very busy around noon time. You probably wouldn't have to take your own sun shade as you could hide in the shadow of someone else's!
4 based on 54 reviews
Just had a cafe con leche here but a lovely experience what a beautiful building with great history.
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