Surroundings

The Spanish Mediterranean Coast has the finest climate in West Europe, dry summers and mild winters. You will find wonderful people and culture, with exceptional warm beaches combined with an ever improving infrastructure and other amenities and facilities along the coastline of Costa Blanca, Costa de Almería and Costa del Sol.

Costa del Sol, the “Sunshine Coast” is a coastline stretching from Gibraltar, along with the south of Spain on the Mediterranean, through the Costa de Almería, to Cabo de Palos. An area is a marvellous place with a full of beaches and landscape and spectacular mountain range backdrop, properly for spending the holidays and to have your second home. The coast has over 3000 hours of sunshine a year. This part is one of the most vibrant and dynamic regions in Europe, often the first choice for many people wishing to relocate to Spain.

Many interesting places you will find among other like Marbella, Puerto Banús, Benálmadena, Mijas, Nerja, Almuñecar and Almería which make the area special one to those with an emphasis on fun. The concentration of restaurants, bars and discotheque make for a nightlife not to be missed. These amenities can combine with excellent golf courses and activities during the day. Golf is one of the main draws for visitors to the Costa del Sol.

If you prefer a more relaxed form of recreation, the beaches and seal boat are sure to please. Alternatively, you can enjoy the picturesque landscape and lush pine forests cover the hillsides a few kilometres from the coastline. Whether inspired by glamour, nightlife and culture, moving to the Costa del Sol will enable you to indulge yourself in an environment that mixes the security and infrastructure of Europe with exotic attraction and fascinating culture. There is a good communication with an international airport at Málaga.

Costa de Almería is part of the Mediterranean Costa located in the region before Murcia. Until recent years the area remained relatively undiscovered compared to other regions in Spain. Its popularity as both a holiday destination and place to relocate too has increased dramatically over the last few years. With spectacular coastal views and further inland and the rural Spanish atmosphere make this area of the great attractions for people. The infrastructure is growing fast and this is an attractive area for investment to one who has a vision.The international airport is at Almería. You can also travel to Almería from Málaga and Murcia.

Costa Blanca, the “White Coast” is a coastline stretching from Cabo de Palos, Murcia, Orihuela, Alicante and Benidorm to Valencia. Located to the south-east on the Spain coastline on the Mediterranean. The Costa Blanca is celebrated for its white beaches; stretching mile after mile. You will also find shallow lagoons and extensive sand dunes in the south and the rocky coves and bays in the north.

The Costa Blanca offers to us an area of great natural beauty, with both a dramatic coastline and landscape With a pleasant round mild climate and the clear blue sky that cap every stunning landscape in this rich and varied region. This a unique place to invest and to have a second home away from the larger tourist centres. You will find all the amenities, all manner of recreational facilities, from nightlife, restaurants and beach culture to a full range of sporting facilities, including health and fitness spas, golf courses and water sport.

There is a good communications network with motorways, railways, ferry ports and international airports at Alicante and Murcia.

COSTA BLANCA

  • Torrevieja

Torrevieja has a Mediterranean climate that allows you to enjoy the beaches almost all year around. The climate in Torrevieja is continental with mild winters and summers and an average temperature of between 18 and 25 degrees. The coastline of Torrevieja is long and beautiful with many nice beaches interrupted by impressive cliffs. Torrevieja has two large saltwater lagoons and from one of them, salt is exported to the whole world, with the Nordic countries as the main importers. The second lake is a protected nature reserve. Its paths and small roads take you out among the lemon and orange groves and a range of interesting wildlife. Often you can see flamingos strolling around the lake, which on average is no deeper than two feet. With its 103,000 inhabitants, Torrevieja has multiplied its population over the past 30 years. People from all over the world have come here for various reasons, mainly the healthy climate with 320 days of sunshine a year, but also for everything that a multicultural tourist paradise offers. Here's everything you need to live and work year around: shopping centers, restaurants, three harbours, modern sports facilities, theatres and cultural center, water park, amusement parks, discos, mini golf, outdoor market every Friday, modern hospitals, clinics and pharmacies. Even in the central parts of the city, there are several sandy beaches with amenities such as showers, toilets and disabled-friendly facilities. Restaurant owners from several countries have established themselves here and you will find Chinese restaurants, Italian pizzerias, German pubs, Irish pubs and Argentinean steakhouses. In the south of Torrevieja, you will find one of Europe's most modern hospitals, lemon and orange groves and more beautiful beaches. From Playa de Los Locos you can walk for over an hour along the beach and coast lined with restaurants and cafes until you reach the great centre, Tivoli Park. The airport in Alicante is just 35 minutes from Torrevieja. Aguas Nuevas and La Mata are located in the Municipality of Torrevieja.

  • Villamartin

Villamartin is the name of both an urbanisation and a golf course in the Costa Blanca area of eastern Spain. It is located in the municipality of Orihuela, in the province of Alicante, Valencia.

Villamartin is one of the many new developments that have popped up in the past decade in this area of Costa Blanca. The area is very popular with tourists and most of them come from other Western European countries. In the last 10 years, they have virtually transformed the village into a modern-looking town. There are other golf courses nearby and numerous beaches. The nearest beach is La Zenia.

Here you have the international school “El Limonar International School”, Villamartin, that teaches in both Spanish and English.

Villamartin is situated on the Costa Blanca in the municipality of Orihuela and the province of Alicante. It is one hour drive south of the Alicante airport and the Murcia airport is a twenty-minute drive to the north.

The Villamartin area welcomes a lot of tourists, resulting in numerous family-friendly attractions, from golf to water sports and go-cart tracks. The major attraction for both domestic and non-domestic tourists is the climate, as Villamartin has some 300 days of sunshine and a 20-degree average annual temperature. There are also a number of large beaches located in the area which was awarded the European Blue Flag for cleanliness, safety and the provision of facilities for the whole family.

Villamartin has two championship golf courses: Campo de Golf Villamartin, which was home to the 1994 Mediterranean Open, and Campo de Golf Las Ramblas. There are a number of other courses in the surrounding area, like Campoamor.