Wednesday, November 29, 2023

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Albatera is a very accessible town, situated between the capitals of Alicante and Murcia provinces. 25 minutes from the coast, 20 from Elche, 30 from Alicante, 25 from Alicante airport, and 40 from Murcia's San Javier airport. Albatera has lots of traditional Spanish bars and restaurants too where you can sample typical Spanish food of Tapas and Tortillas amongst the Spanish community. Area has schools, doctors, banks, markets even a few English bars/restaurant’s and so much more! Albatera certainly has a charming slower pace of life.

Alicante is one of the largest cities on the Costa Blanca, between the mountains and the sea. You can find numerous bars, shops and restaurants around the large port area and take in breathtaking views of the Mediterannean Sea. The international airport is only five minutes away on the outskirts of the city. The air in the capital city of Alicante is pervaded with the scents of the sea; indeed the city has been an important seaport for many centuries. There is nothing as pleasant as strolling along the quayside promenade lined by four rows of palms, tessellated with marble in Alicante red, cream and black in imitation of the waves of the Mediterranean.

Algorfa is a traditional lively Spanish town with warm friendly local people. The village square is the hub of activity with several Spanish tapas bars, Town Hall, Church, Banks, Pharmacy and Supermarkets. Walking distance is La Finca Golf Course and a 10 minute drive to the stunning beach of Guardamar. A 35 minute drive to Alicante airport.

Almoradi is situated just 15km from the coast at Guardamar, with its long sandy beaches, sand dunes and pine forests. It is also less than a 40 minute drive from Alicante airport and city with its fine shopping facilities. Almoradi is a typical Spanish town, it offers all the necessary amenities like shops, bars, restaurants, banks and doctors. Everything you need for a home away from home. There are some pretty squares where Almoradi life congregates and for a small town, there is a high proportion of tapas bars and restaurants. The locals are very friendly and always happy to help, you have a good selection of all nationalities. Good public transport with Torrevieja not far away.

Aguas Nuevas is in a residential area about 3km North of Torrevieja town. It has a very multi-cultural feel as many people from other countries now live in this area. The local bars and restaurants originate from many nationalities. The area is a 5 minute drive from either Torrevieja centre, Habenaras shopping mall, or Torrevieja promenade and beaches and from La Mata beach, a fantastic long sandy Blue Flag beach with a walkway the entire length of it.

Cabo Roig peninsula is known for its broad palm-lined avenues, landscaped gardens and stunning beaches. The restaurants, bars, and shops within the town cater for a wide range of tastes and budgets. Cabo Roig has two sandy white beaches, La Caleta next to the Marina and Cala Capitan on the other side of the Cape which have both been awarded Blue Flags. Cabo Roig is an excellent location for golfers, being close to many fine championship courses including the three Villamartin courses. Cabo Roig can be found 10 kilometres to the south of Torrevieja. The delightful town of old Cabo Roig has broad avenues lined with palms and landscaped gardens with views of the Mediterranean to the La Manga peninsula and the Mar Menor providing a picturesque setting alongside the lovely beaches. The world famous La Manga golf complex is also within easy reach. 25 Minutes to Murcia airport or 40 minutes to Alicante airport.

Campoamor is an excellent location for people who want to appreciate an element of real Spanish culture. The stunning scenery, green woodland and beautiful beaches make Campoamor one of the most popular areas on the Costa Blanca. Located south of Alicante off the A-7 on the way down towards the Mar Menor; the nearest large city is Torrevieja, at 6 km away, 20 minute drive to the Airport at San Javier and 40 minutes to the international airport of Alicante.

Daya Nueva is a small rural village located within the Vega Baja region and is surrounded by orange and lemon groves. It is a quiet, peaceful place and is slightly more modern than its twin neighbour – Daya Vieja. The large towns of Almoradi & Rojales are both less than a 5 minute drive away, with Almoradi providing a traditional Spanish market every Saturday. The Golden Blue flag beaches at Guardamar are just a 15 minute drive away and La Marquesa Golf Course is less than 10 minutes. 30 minutes to Alicante Airport.

Dehesa de Campoamor is the most southerly area within the Orihuela Costa. It has a beautiful long sandy beach, at one end of which is a picturesque marina and club house. It is the starting point for the Orihuela Costa Coastal Walk and the Aguamarina Natural Coastal Park forms part of its coastline. Three golf courses are situated in the area; Dehesa de Campoamor, Las Colinas and Las Ramblas.

Dolores is one of the largest inland villages in this area of Costa Blanca South. It is slightly busier than some of the neighbouring smaller villages, and so has a good selection of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. The impressive, large blue domed church stands at the centre of the village in the large palm tree lined church square. Just 10 km from the nearest beaches of La Marina and Guardamar. 20 minutes away from the Alicante international airport. If you are looking for a slower pace of life then Dolores will certainly tick all of the boxes, with a true community feel.

In between Alicante and Guardamar you will find Elche, home to the largest palm tree forest in Europe – a wonderful sight. Famous for its parks and locally produced leather footwear, Elche blends traditional Spain with a modern infrastructure and air-conditioned indoor shopping centres.

Formentera offers the best of both worlds Spanish and English community Formentera del Segura has a good selection of bars, restaurants and shops and a pleasant village square (plaza) where the Town Hall (Ayuntamiento) can be found along with the traditional fountain. Separated from the main village is another more modern area known as Los Palacios (the palaces). Formentera del Segura is also close to the Parque Natural de La Mata y Torrevieja. The airports of Alicante and Murcia are both only a short 35 minute drive, being equal distance from both. Golf courses are in abundance within a 10 minute drive, there is the La Marquesa (Quesada), La Finca, Vistabella, Villamartin, Las Ramblas, Campoamor Real and Las Colinas to name but a few. The beaches of Guardamar del Segura, some of the best beaches in Spain, are also less than a 15 minute drive.

Guardamar is located between Santa Pola and Torrevieja, Guardamar del Segura is approximately 45 minutes drive from the international airport of Alicante. The resort town has been developed directly on the beach. Inland towns and villages are easily accessible with the excellent local road network. Guardamar and La Mata are found on the coast boasting over 20 kms of white sandy beaches for you to enjoy. The town of Guardamar is also well known for its seafood and boasts an abundance of local restaurants, catering for all tastes, as well as excellent shopping and leisure facilities much of the area is a nature reserve, ideal for walking or cycling. This is a key location for JMT's Hot Deals with a wide range of bargains on offer.

Guardamar del Segura sits at the mouth of the River Segura and offers several miles of sandy beaches set against a backdrop of palm groves. JMT has many properties for sale in this area.

Gran Alacant is essentially a big urbanisation and a suburb of Santa Pola. It has several commercial areas, a market every Thursday morning and a Tourist Train, which is a great way to discover Gran Alacant as it runs through the area connecting everything. There is a stunning cliff top walk to the lighthouse and another one at the base of the cliffs through the pines. The fine sandy beach stretches north to Arenales del Sol and south to the start of the scenic drive to Santa Pola, along which there are a number of 'chill out' beach bars in the summer.

La Mata is a traditional seaside village which has managed to retain a lot of its charm and character. The square is at the heart of the village and is easily recognised by the round watch tower beside the sea. A lovely variety of bars, cafes and restaurants are to be found in the village and also along the beach. Not only can you relax on the beach but you can also stroll along the wooden walkway south to Torrevieja, walk along the beach north to Guardamar.

La Marina is a small coastal village on the Costa Blanca, located between Santa Pola and Alicante to the north, Guardamar and Torrevieja to the south. La Marina is approximately 30 minutes drive from Alicante airport.The village has a range of shops, bars, banks etc. and has a regular bus service north and south along the coast. The area boasts an exceptionally attractive coastal landscape for tourists. The bathing season starts in spring and lasts until autumn. The natural environment combines great expanses of beach with spectacular rolling dunes; the conditions are perfect for the abundance of rare flora and fauna, which exist here in abundance. The area is a nature lovers paradise.

La Zenia is a popular seaside town with its own Blue Flag beach and excellent access to the motorway network and the coast road, it is ideally situated for exploring the rest of the Costa Blanca – the fascinating historical cities of Murcia, Cartagena and Alicante are all within easy reach. La Zenia has a good selection of amenities: a good selection of bars and restaurants, a pharmacy, bank, supermarkets, La Zenia Boulevard, the largest shopping mall in Europe, with over 150 shops, bars, restaurant's and free parking.  With stunning Blue Flag beaches at La Zenia: Cala Del Bosque and Cala Cecrad. There are three superb golf courses nearby: Villamartin, Campoamor and Las Ramblas. Murcia Airport is a 20 minute drive and Alicante Airport is a 45 minute drive.

Los Altos is a suburb of Torrevieja, about 5kms away from the lively town centre. There is a large supermarket within walking distance, shops, bars and restaurants. Torrevieja has long been popular with British buyers and offers countless places to eat, three excellent hospitals, health centres, dentists, vets, schools, a multiscreen cinema, a theatre, two water parks and a vast range of sports facilities. Golf enthusiasts are well catered for with several championship golf courses nearby. Los Altos is just 30 minutes from Alicante airport.

Los Balcones is a thriving residential urbanisation and community situated just 3 km south of the huge town of Torrevieja on the Southern Costa Blanca (on the Orihuela Costa) right next to the large Torrevieja salt water lake. Los Balcones has its own facilities close by at the Filton shopping centre with amenities such as shops, banks, supermarkets (Carrefour), opticians etc. You can get to Torrevieja from Los Balcones urbanisation by the local bus service or local taxi service. Towns with beaches close to Los Balcones are Punta Prima just 5 minutes drive away, La Mata, Playa Flamenca, Torrevieja, La Zenia and Cabo Roig. The three championship courses of Villamartin, Campoamor and Las Ramblas are within a 20 minutes drive. Alicante airport is about a 45 minute drive or Murcia’s San Javier International airport is 20 minutes.

Los Dolses is a part of Villamartin and offers a thriving Centro commercial with a choice of cafes, bars and shops, and is only a 5 minute drive, or 10 minute walk to the new La Zenia Boulevard shopping mall, and is within walking distance to the well known Villamartin plaza and golf club. Stunning local beaches such as those at La Zenia are only 10 minutes away.

Los Montesinos is a busy village with a large and modern church square and a long high street. There are many bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from, a small street market on a Friday evening, an open air municipal swimming pool, the Jardín Botánico 30 De Julio Park and a Music Auditorium. There is a marked walking route called the Ruta Salada, the shores of the pink lagoon to explore and the old railway line to cycle or walk along all the way to the beaches of Torrevieja.

Orihuela is a large municipality covering an area of 365 km2 and is the historical capital of the Vega Baja. The region can be split into three distinct zones; the surrounding countryside and the La Pedrera Reservoir, the coastal area known as the Orihuela Costa and the city itself. The historical centre of Orihuela is packed with museums and religious buildings. Visit the tourist office for a free map and an up to date list of the museums with their prices and opening times. Even if you are not a museum lover, Orihuela is still worth a visit. Pop into the Casino with its beautiful tiled patio or see a concert or play at the Teatro Circo, enjoy a walk beside the Rio Segura which runs through the middle of the city

Playa Flamenca is one of several areas within the Orihuela Costa. It is a very popular destination with a large seafront plaza and a fine sandy beach, rocky coves, cliffs and great views. It is one of the starting and stopping points on the Orihuela Costa coastal walking route as well as having the CDM Orihuela Costa municipal sports centre, which has an indoor swimming pool, a selection of courts, a running track and a couple of 7-a-side football pitches. Playa Flamenca has many commercial centres offering a selection of shops and places to eat, a helpful tourist office and the Saturday morning market is one of the largest and busiest in the area.

Punta Prima is the most northerly point within the Orihuela Costa. It has a blue flag beach which has an extensive promenade of 1200 meters, boasting plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants to enjoy. The Commercial Centre La Campanas in Punta Prima has a variety of shops, cafes and a supermarket or the new shopping center La Zenia Boulevard and the shopping center La Mosca are close by. The bustling resort of Torrevieja is virtually next door at 5kms away. San Javier airport in Murcia is just 22 minutes by road while Alicante airport is 40 minutes.

Quesada is located approximately 8 kilometres inland from the Costa Blanca at Guardamar de la Segura, set on a south-facing hillside giving you panoramic views over sea, lakes and mountains. Alicante and Murcia airports are both a 20 minute drive away and the nearest beach is within a 10 minute drive. The town centre of Ciudad Quesada is well provided with shops, bars, restaurants, a golf course and its own water park. Ciudad Quesada is part of Rojales and includes the urbanisations of Pueblo Lucero, Doña Pepa, Pueblo Bravo and Lo Pepín. It is very popular with ex pats from all over Europe, and is instantly recognisable by the grand entrance known as the Quesada Arches. It has a large square, a town hall, free municipal tennis courts and the Parque Recorral which has picnics benches and many unmarked walking and cycling routes. The high street is full of bars, cafes and restaurants, which offer international food including Spanish, Thai, Indian, Italian, French, Greek and Chinese. It is a real hub and is especially busy in the mornings with people wandering around the shops and enjoying coffees. QuesThis friendly residential village has all the services required for daily life.

Rojales is the quaint traditional village adjoining Quesada where you can enjoy Spanish fiestas, paellas and tapas. You can also enjoy a mouthwatering selection of JMT homes in the region. Rojales sits on the banks of the River Segura and makes up a stop on the Rio Segura walking and cycling route. It is easy to wander around Rojales as you always come back to the river, with its large waterwheel and friendly ducks! It has a town hall and tourist office, municipal outdoor swimming pool, the Teatro Capital theatre, a street market every Thursday morning, a viewing point from the iconic restored windmill, the Cuveas del Rodeo artists cave houses, the 18 hole La Marquesa Golf Course and the Parque Aquatico water park.

The village of San Miguel de Salinas sits on a hill above the pink Laguna de Torrevieja and offers impressive views over the countryside to this working lake with its salt piles. It is a quaint inland village with a traditional church square, town hall, tourist office, the Las Cuevas cave houses, a main high street, band stand, a municipal open air swimming pool for use during the summer and a busy street market every Wednesday morning.

Santa Pola is located at a 20 minute drive south of Alicante airport. A small fishing port, Santa Pola is famous for its variety of landscapes, from the views of the distant mountains to the wild sand dunes. Santa Pola is a busy town with 13 kilometres of coastline , blue flag beaches and a modern marina from which you can take a boat trip to the nearby Island of Tabarca. The town boasts a helpful tourist office, a fortress castle, a palm park, an aquarium and an interesting range of cultural and historic museums. There is a daily fish market during the week and a busy street market on a Monday and Saturday morning. Within Santa Pola there is a marked walking route alongside the rural beaches at the southern end, and a 7 kilometre promenade which connects all of the beaches in the central area. Santa Pola is just 15 minutes from Alicante airport heading South. This is the chosen area for many Spaniards to spend their own holidays in.

Torre de Horadada is easily recognisable by its watchtower, which was built as part of the coastal communication system to warn of impending attacks by pirates. It has a large village square, a church, a couple of lovely sandy beaches, a quaint marina and a long promenade which joins the beaches of El Mojón to the south and Mil Palmeras to the north. Lots of activites, restaurants, shops, supermarkets, markets, water sports in the area. Torre de la Horadada is also one of the prettiest of the southern resorts with attractive coastline and seafront walks, numerous sandy beaches and sunny weather. Murcia Airport is a 15 minute drive and Alicante is a 45 minute drive.

The popular town of Torrevieja is situated along the coast to the south of Guardamar and La Mata. In recent years the town has become a favourite tourist and residential area, making it one of the leading resorts along the Mediterranean coastline. It has an excellent climate with year-round sunshine and an average daily temperature of 18 degrees C. There are marvellous coves in the northern part, as well as the saline swimming pools, which can be found beside the Juan Aparicio promenade right in the centre of the town. It is no wonder Torrevieja has been voted by the World Health Organisation as one of the healthiest places in the world to live. The reason for this is Torrevieja is surrounded by two of Europe’s largest salt lakes known as Laguna de la Mata and the Salinas de San Miguel. The high concentration of salt, together with the temperature forms what the experts call a "micro-climate" unique to this area and just a few others around the world. An ideal location for a summer or winter sun holiday with an average of 320 days sunshine each year. The area is regarded by the World Health Organisation as having the healthiest climate in Europe. Torrevieja has a busy marina, waterfront market, palm-lined promenades and a beautiful church square, as well as all the amenities one could desire -  superb educational and healthcare facilities, shops, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, museums and parks, including a great water park - Something for everyone. All of the local beaches hold the European Blue Flag for ‘Clean Sea’ and excellent facilities. La Mata, Los Locos, El Cura, El Acequión and Los Náufragos together make up the beaches of the Torreviejan coast. It is an ideal place for family holidays and yet it still retains that special "Spanish" feel and is very relaxing and welcoming. 40 minutes south of Alicante airport.

Villamartin is situated inland from the beaches of Dehesa de Campoamor, Cabo Roig, La Zenia, Playa Flamenca and Punta Prima, although it is still included in the Orihuela Costa area. There are a number of commercial centres, the largest of which is the Villamartin Plaza. It is full of Spanish charm with its ceramic tiles, iron balconies and lamps and is a very popular dining destination. Added to these is the well establish 18 hole Villamartin golf course.At the heart of Villamartin is a central square, which boasts a bank, supermarket, a variety of shops, cafes bars and restaurants and two super golf courses. 
With over 300 days of sunshine every year, nearby sandy beaches, and a relaxed international lifestyle, Villamartin is a very popular holiday destination. Readily accessible from Alicante and Murcia San Javier airports (about a 30 minute drive from either) it makes an excellent base to explore the region.





Altea is without doubt one of the most charming towns to be found on Spain’s ‘White Coast’, located in the region of Alicante on the Costa Blanca. The town is just 11 kilometres north of Benidorm, yet the two resorts are worlds apart. Altea is similar to other Costa Blanca towns in that it has a new and an old neighbourhood. The old section is perched on top of a hill from where you will find really spectacular views. Altea is without doubt one of the most charming towns of the Costa Blanca North. It's old town is packed full of character and the impressive church with its blue and white tiled dome roof has to be one of the most photographed landmarks of the area. The N332 splits the town in half. On one side are the sandy and pebbly beaches which are backed by the long promenade and the marina. On the other side of the road is the old and new town. The tram station and busy Tuesday morning market are both to be found in the new town. The old town is a must. It has quaint, characterful and charming streets, many of which are stepped, that wind up to the church and plaza at the top of the hill, from where there are magnificent views of the mountains and the sea. The pedestrianised cobbled streets are packed with top class restaurants and a fascinating array of tiny shops offering exquisite local crafts, paintings and gifts.

Benidorm - The Costa Blanca’s tourist capital and the Mediterranean’s equivalent of New York! Like it or dislike it, Benidorm is a must see for everyone, even if it is just so that you can say ‘I’ve been there’! It is one of the easiest places in the world to relax and simply do nothing! Over recent years Benidorm has been transformed into a major tourist destination. Benidorm has two glorious beaches, Poniente and Levante, both of which are backed by beautiful promenades as well as a small marina. The bustling, historic old quarter is well worth a visit and in particular the three plazas of Santa Ana, Castelar and Castell from which there are breathtaking views of both beaches and the impressive skyline. The old town, twice weekly market, and the 'out of town' mall offer the avid shopper more than enough choice. The three golf courses range from a championship 18 hole to a 9 hole pitch and putt and not to be forgotten are theme, water and animal parks to visit. There is an incredible selection of entertainment and excitement for people, including cabaret shows, nightclubs and every type of bar you could wish for from sophisticated to Irish.

Benitachell is a tranquil and picturesque village, originally an Arab outpost, with a stunning coastline nearby, which is formed by a succession of cliffs of more than a 100m high that descend vertically into the sea.

The ancient fishing village of Calpe has a wonderful modern marina that sits alongside the old fishing port; from here it is possible to take boat rides around the rock and to the nearby resort of Benidorm. Calpe is recognised by the mighty Penon de Ifach, the huge rock which rises 332 meters out of the Mediterranean sea. This has stood guard over the town and witnessed its transformation from sleepy little fishing village into tourist magnet. Calpe is best known for its fine sandy beaches and great value fish restaurants. There are two stunning beaches to choose from, one either side of the mighty rock. Both beaches have beautiful long promenades and a great selection of bars and cafes. The fish restaurants are to be found mainly around the marina and the town centre has some excellent local shopping facilities, including a large street market. The Rock of Ifach, which has been compared to the Rock of Gibraltar, was declared a nature reserve in 1987 and now provides a safe haven for a variety of birds and unusual flora and fauna. For the energetic, there is a fantastic walking route which goes through a tunnel in the rock and takes you right to its very tip!

Denia is a delightful cosmopolitan town that sits at the foot of a hill crowned by a castle. The city has well preserved ancient walls and bastions. Denia enjoys a privilege position right on the northern edge of the province of Alicante. It sits on the shores of the Mediterranean opposite the Balearic Islands and is backed by the impressive mountains of the the Montgo Natural Park. Denia hosts many fiestas, but it is best know for the running of the bulls fiesta which takes place during July and has been declared as being of National Tourist Interest. Denia is a fantastic place to visit, where you'll easily be able to enjoy a day or two! There is the ruined castle which proudly guards the town and has stunning views out over the marina, the natural park of Montgo and the Torre del Gerro both of which have marked walking trails to enjoy. The prestigious marina with its wonderful elevated promenade, a 20 kilometre coastline of both rocky and sandy beaches, the fish market, the old town and the impressive tree lined main shopping street as well as the museums. If that isn't enough you can take the tram south to Calpe, Altea, Benidorm or the city of Alicante, alternatively take the ferry to the Ibiza or Palma for an overnight stay!

Jalon is a rural community inland of the Costa Blanca North. The town is situated within the Vall de Pop Valley, an area famous for its beautiful landscape with a plain of vineyards alongside the River Gorgos and surrounded by the Sierra de Bernia and the Sierra del Forner mountain ranges. The centre has retained much of its historic charm although the arrival of Northern Europeans settling in the area over recent years has seen growth in local services and amenities. The larger town of Benissa, with access to the Mediterranean motorway, is just 15 minutes away by car whilst the beautiful sandy beaches of Calpe can be reached within 20 minutes. Alicante airport is an hour´s drive away.

Javea is a small, historic town; free of high rise buildings offering a relaxing holiday atmosphere. The local people are friendly and affable. The clean, warm, blue Mediterranean Sea laps the beautiful beaches and coves that Javea has to offer. Javea, known as Xabia in Valencian, is a pretty holiday resort town which has something for everyone. It is situated in a wide bay between the rocky headlands of the Cap de San Antoni and Cap de La Nao, both of which have their very own lighthouses. The bright blue Mediterranean Sea boarders Javea to the east and provides an abundance of rocky and sandy beaches as well as steep cliffs with spectacular viewpoints. It has become a popular place for affluent northern European expatriates to purchase retirement villas and the town has an active expatriate flavour .

Moraira is a small coastal town situated in the beautiful mountainous north-eastern tip of the Costa Blanca. The resort is conveniently placed between the airports of Alicante and Valencia (about 90km from each). The surrounding region has a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, with beautiful and unspoilt scenery and many small villages to explore. 

The town itself has pleasantly grown from a small fishing village to an attractive holiday and retirement resort, retaining its considerable charm that attracts visitors from all over Europe. It’s also particularly popular with Spanish holidaymakers from Madrid and Valencia. Moraira has an impressive marina, an excellent variety of local shops, markets, harbourside fish restaurants and bars and best of all has still managed to preserve its Spanish character.


The charming village of Orba is located in the province of Alicante, 154 metres above sea level.
 It belongs to the city of Denia (which is 18 km away); to the North are the villages of Tormos and Pego, to the South, Murla and Alcalali, to the East is the village of Benidoleig and to the West, Vall d’Ebo and Vall d’Laguart. A small village, Orba is home to just over 2000 inhabitants, although it is increasing in popularity with both foreign residents and holidaymakers. The town is very convenient being situated close to both Alicante and Valencia airports.

Villajoyosa as it is known in Spanish or La Vila Joiosa as it is called by the local people in Valencian literally means the 'joyful village'. It is famous as a centre for the production of chocolate, which could be the reason for its name! Villajoyosa has over 3 kilometres of beaches, a lovely marina, a beach front promenade all along the central beach and the iconic multi coloured houses of the fisherman. Villajoyosa is also well know for its impressive Moors and Christian Fiesta which has been declared as being of International Tourist Interest. It is usually held during the last week of July where there is a live re-enactment of the landing of the Moorish Army on the beaches at dawn, an all day battle which is finally brought to a close when the Arab leaders and their armies are thrown into the sea.

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