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Surroundings of la vuelta

The Costa Blanca (Spanish for White Coast). Restaurant Finca La Vuelta & Boutique Hotel La Vuelta are situated at Formentera del Segura. A part of the beautiful Alicante province at the Costa Blanca.

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Alicante

Alicante

Alicante is a Spanish coastal city located on the Costa Blanca and the capital of the province of Alicante and in the Valencia region. The city with more than 320,000 inhabitants is an important port for the export of central Spain and the region with its beautiful sandy beaches attracts many tourists. After Valencia it is the largest city on the Costa Blanca. The airport is 12 kilometers from the center.

Alicante has a beautiful boulevard along the coast, a number of modern shopping centers and lively terraces. Beautiful sights in Alicante include the castle of Santa Barbara on Monte Benacantil on a hill of 166 meters high (also accessible by lift), the old town, the boulevard and interesting museums. The Santa Cruz district is also worth a visit. The district is also called ‘El Barrio’ and is the authentic working-class district of the city with friendly residents.

The view of Alicante City on top of the Monte Benacantil
The view of Alicante City on top of the Monte Benacantil
distance airport Alicante - la vuelta
30 km
distance alicante city - la vuelta
40 km
Island of Tabarca
Island of Tabarca
distance Tabarca island - la vuelta
20 km

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Tabarca island

Tabarca is the only inhabited island in the Region of Valencia and is located opposite the city of Alicante, 11 nautical miles offshore and near the Santa Pola headland. In fact, it’s more than just an island: it’s a small archipelago that comprises the islets of La Cantera, La Galera and La Nao as well as the Isla de Tabarca itself. It is approximately 1,800 metres long and measures some 400 metres across at its widest point.

In the past, its shores were a refuge for Berber pirates and, in the 18th century, King Carlos III ordered the island to be fortified and a town built, in which to house several families of Genoese fishermen who were being held prisoner in the Tunisian city of Tabarka. The walls surrounding the town have been officially declared a Historical and Artistic Site and an Asset of Cultural Interest.

The island’s waters are officially declared a Mediterranean Marine Reserve for their excellent quality and for the biodiversity of their flora and fauna.

Tabarca can be reached from the port of Santa Pola. In 25 minutes the Tabarca Ferry will take you there. You can buy tickets online or in the port.

Old Tower

Torrevieja

Torrevieja was once a small fishing village. They also dug for salt, as it is located between two large salt plains. Until 1802, Torrevieja was nothing more than a single tower where a guard was kept. The town owes its name to this. “Torre Vieja” means “Old Tower” in Spanish. Today it is a thriving and pleasant coastal town. Sights in Torrevieja are the Las Salinas de Torrevieja, Parque de las Naciones and Torre del Moro.
You can also visit Tabarca Island from the port of Torrevieja.

Port of Torrevieja
Port of Torrevieja
distance torrevieja - la vuelta
16 km
La Marquesa Golf course
La Marquesa Golf course
nearest golf course La Marquesa - la vuelta
5 km

hole in one

Golf courses

The Costa Blanca is the best location in Spain to enjoy golf all year round. Discover the best golf courses in the province of Alicante, one of the main destinations to enjoy this sport in Spain. Discover some of its courses surrounded by mountains and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, with excellent weather and local gastronomy.

Guardamar

Guardamar

Guardamar del Segura or Guardamar for short, a municipality in the province of Alicante, is located at the mouth of the Segura river in the south of the Costa Blanca. Guardamar is the southernmost point of the Costa Blanca where ‘Valenciano’ (a dialect of Catalan) is spoken.

Guardamar is a Mediterranean seaside resort, with a large pine forest adjacent to an 11 km long white sandy beach. Guardamar has a strategic location at the mouth of the river and has traditionally been an area of fishermen and farmers.

Guardamar has increasingly become an international city, many residents are of British, Scandinavian and Central European descent. Due to this change in population, the city has adapted to the needs and demands of the new residents, the city has expanded with many companies and services.

Port of Guardamar
Port of Guardamar
distance guardamar - la vuelta
10 km
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