Costa Blanca is just over 2 hours filght away on the
eastern coast of Spain. Boasting over 320 days of
sunshine per year; average summer temperatures of
over 90°; budget airlines like Ryan Air (Murcia)
and Easyjet (Alicante) providing regular services
and the cheap bars, restaurants and supermarkets,
the Costa Blanca is a FANTASTIC place to visit on
a family holiday of golf break.
exceptional climate allows outdoor activities all
year round such as golf, bowls and tennis along with
most water sports.
wonderful winter climate with lowest average temperature
of 15c, together with 320 days of sunshine each year,
combined with the famous mediterranean diet of fresh
meat, fish, vegtables, fruit and wine go towards making
it one of the healthiest places in Europe.
Cabo Roig is characterised by broad palm lined avenues
and landscaped gardens. Famous for its marina and
coved beach. The Maritime Walk, which follows the
peninsular coastline, takes you to some of the finest
sandy beaches on the Costa Blanca.
Roig itself is just a few minutes drive from the superb
Villamartin golf complex. Back at the picturesque
marina there are excellent restaurants near to the
historic watchtower and the town which also boasts
top class bars and nightlife. With access to the south
and Torrevieja, it has fast emerged as the "ideal"
destination for holiday makers while retaining peace
and quiet combined with quality of living.
27 & Sol
Villamartin, approximately 3km from the sea and 10km
south of Torrvieja, has developed rapidly into an
area that is popular with holiday makers and golfers
alike. Just 10 mins drive to the beach and with access
roads to the motorway, the emphasis here is on location.
The Villamartin Plaza itself is a gourmet's delight
with 28 bars and restaurants catering for all tastes.
Also on hand are a supermarket, pharmacy, golf shop,
boutique and banks.
has many gardens, community pools and sports facililties
including Tennis 10 Pin Bowling and of coursegolf.
Properties here are of excellent quality with marble
floors and bathrooms as a rule.
is probably one of the best known Golf Courses in
the Southern Costa Blanca. Since 1972 villas, townhouses
and apartments were built around the Golf Course.
golfer does not need to restrict themselves because
there are 2 other Courses near by such as Las Ramblas
has an international community, living permanentely
in Spain or simple visiting for the Golf Season. Not
all inhabitants of Villamartin are golf fanatics,
but one can simple enjoy gazing over the splendid
green areas or spend the day on one of the splendid
beaches of La Zenia, Campoamor , and Cabo Roig that
are all only approximately 10 minutes from Villamartin.
Miguel de Salinas (Paraiso
San Miguel de Salinas is a typical village in the
Southern Costa Blanca and lies approximately 7km inland
at the same height with the coastal town of Torrevieja.
Miguel has all the charm of a traditional Spanish
village but with all the amenities and services that
families on holiday will need, such as shops, restaurants,
bars, tennis, swimming pool, football, fishing golf
and much more.
some vantage points around the town there are magnificent
views of the beautiful Salt Lakes or Salinas.
San Miguel one can reach the 3 golf courses of Campoamor,
Villamartin, and Las Ramblas within 10 minutes.
nearest beach to San Miguel is approximately a 10
Alicante is a busy, bustling seaside city, with the
backdrop of the marvelous castle of Santa Barbara
perched on a mountain looming over and protecting
the city and its bay. The provincial capital, Alicante,
is a mix of ancient and modern that combines to make
an elegant and beautiful city whilst retaining the
traditions and buildings of this important harbour
and centre of trade. Its old narrow streets are full
of charm and history making it an extremely popular
place to buy property in Spain.
has everything that one would expect of a large busy
city but one thing that it has is an abundance of
style - from the stepped streets and delightful plazas
of the old town to the chic street cafes and the modern
department stores of the new. There is a beautiful
esplanade which separates the port from the city and
is delightful for a daytime or evening stroll.
port of Alicante is home to fisherman and a large
nautical fraternity, often the stop-over point for
cruise liners. It is within fifteen minutes of the
international airport of El Altet and offers ferry
services to the Balearic Islands and North Africa.
The Royal Club De Golf is the highlight for any golfer
or holiday-maker. The breathtaking views towards the
sea and fine cuisine are combined with a close proximity
to the busy coastal road. It also boasts a marina
and fine beaches.
The Spanish city of Elche is famous for its centuries
old palm groves and its wonderful beaches. It has
the international airport of El Altet within its municipal
boundaries and is home to a large thriving shoe manufacturing
origins date back through thousands of years and several
civilisations that have left their own mark. Iberians,
Phoenicians, Romans and Moors have all left vestiges
in an ancient yet modern city full of good restaurants,
busy shopping plazas and a rich cultural life. Elche
was originally an ancient Roman settlement and approximately
half the city's surface is dedicated to palm tree
parks, which has now been officially recognised as
a world heritage site. The Palmeral is an oasis-like
landscape of date palms. It was constructed during
the Arab occupation of this area in Spain over 1000
years ago. UNESCO has added the Palmeral of Elche
to the list on cultural grounds, as an unique example
of Arab agricultural practices on the European continent.
Located just North of Torrevieja, amid the sand dunes
and palm trees with its proximity to the Mediteranean
and La Mata salt lakes make this paradise on the Costa
Blanca. With many bicycle and foot trails around the
lake, this area appeals to those who want a high quality
of life in amazing surroundings.
The town of Guardamar, with a population of just over
11,000, has historically played the role of guardian
of the river Segura. Around 12 km of beach; pines;
very old trees; a Mediterranean park with fountains
and lakes that give life to squirrels, swans, fishes…Guardamar’s
strategic position on a hill over the Vega Baja made
it the ideal settlement for the various peoples that
inhabited this part of Spain.
The unique peninsula of La Manga divides the Mediterranean
from the shallow waters of large inland lagoon, the
Mar Menor. The warm watered Mar Menor, teeming with
all types of fish and shellfish, is situated close
to the prestigious La Manga Golf complex.
This is a privileged spot with a healthy climate and
many small typical Spanish villages.Because it is
between two seas – the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean
– La Manga is ideal for every type of nautical
sport in its marinas, with classes given to beginners
and advanced levels – swimming, sailing, wind
surfing, etc. A visit to the mud baths is a must.
San Javier airport is also on the western shore.
Mar Menor is the largest saltwater lagoon in Europe,
covering a surface of 170sq.m. and having a maximum
depth of only 7 metres. This area boasts mild winters,
very low annual rainfall and over 3000 hours of sunshine
each year, giving the region a very dry atmosphere
all year round. The waters themselves have very high
therapeutic qualities and together with the climatic
conditions have produced large deposits of mud and
clay. These muddy deposits are believed by many to
contain natural healing properties, particularly for
many skin complaints. They also possess anti-inflammatory
properties important for the treatment of rheumatism,
arthritis and bone fractures.
La Manga is home to an incredible world class golf
complex and has world class training facilities, which
attracts many famous celebrities and international
soccer teams from all over Europe. Here there is a
green haven where it is possible to play tennis or
bowls, even horse-riding, in fact there is an opportunity
to develop your skills in many sports. Many international
entertainers have performed in the five star hotel
or in the casino.
property prices on the Orihuela Costa have risen in
recent years, many people are seeking lower priced
property in this area.
Only 15 minutes from Alicante airport the town of
La Marina has a mixture of Spanish charm with an international
flavour. The beautiful long sandy beaches are a must
see. This town is popular with those who desire a
healthy mixture of sun and outdoor healthy pursuits.
The La Zenia roundabout and nearby La Zenia hotel
has become famous as a link point for the amazing
sandy beaches to the south, the golf clubs to the
north and as a centre point for restaurants and bars.
A walk around the houses of La Zenia makes one stare
in amazement. The famous walk from La Zenia to Cabo
Roig along the coast cannot be missed. Our offices
are located just off the La Zenia roundabout.
Moraira, situated in a picturesque bay, has grown
from a small fishing village to a pretty holiday resort
with considerable charm.
Moraira has a large well equipped marina and yacht
club, with excellent moorings.
There is a large open market every Friday morning
and in the summer evenings market stalls line the
streets selling local arts and crafts.
With many excellent shops, and several large supermarkets
selling English foods, Moraira is a flourishing shopping
has many bars and superb restaurants offering good
Spanish food, and international cuisine from all over
the world, including France, Germany, Belgium, Italy,
Greece, India, China, Japan and Britain.
Moraira has four excellent local beaches, ideal for
snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba diving, jet-skiing
or just sunbathing.
gently shelving beaches have been awarded the prestigious
EEC Blue Flags for cleanliness, along with another
32 beaches throughout the Costa Blanca - far more
than any other Costa in Spain.
beach at El Portet is at the end of a sheltered shell-shaped
bay, and is quiet with clear water and a gently sloping
The main beach in the town (shown above), is called
L'Ampolla, and is large and sandy with a childrens
play area, bars and restaurants.
Platgetes is quieter and with both sand and rock.
L'Andrago is a boulder beach, ideal for snorkelling.
Beyond the town there are many secluded bays and coves
is beautifully situated in a pretty bay, surrounded
by hills and mountains. There are no high-rise hotels
or apartment blocks due to very strict planning controls.
The lush green rolling hills are dotted with luxury
villas and small holiday complexes set amongst pine
woods, vine terraces and olive groves.
Moraira and the surrounding hills are popular areas
for discerning individuals who prefer independent
vacations and for the owners of the many exclusive
Moraira is a one hour drive from Alicante airport
and about one and a half hours from Valencia. Road
connections are very good. There are local buses,
a rail service from Teulada to Valencia and Benidorm,
and many taxi companies.
people are friendly and helpful to tourists. English
is widely spoken, and even though many Spanish love
to practice their English on you, they will appreciate
your attempts to speak Spanish!
area boasts several golf courses within easy reach,
and other leisure facilities include tennis, squash,
football, boat hire and trips, horse riding, go-kart
racing and several good night clubs.
forty minutes drive from Moraira is the lively resort
of Benidorm and Terra Mitica, the internationally
acclaimed theme park.
Set in what is known as the “breadbasket of
Europe” in a fertile plain watered by the River
Segura, is the historical city of Murcia. Murcia is
a city rich in cultural achievements, full of magnificent
architectural pearls such as the baroque-rococo cathedral.
Murcia straddles the river and is a prime example
of good city planning with many gardens and plazas
full of restaurants where one can enjoy a quick snack
or a good leisurely meal making it a great place to
buy a house or villa. A university city, it is full
of libraries and museums that describe the city’s
a tourist point of view, Murcia itself offer you a
huge amount of interesting places to visit as the
history of the city goes back to the years 800 where
it was originally founded as part of Cordoba. Certainly
amongst the famous visiting points for any traveller
is the Cathedral de Santa Maria. Finished in the 15th
century the cathedral is the most impressive monument
of Murcia. Located at the plaza del Cardinal Belluga,
the Cathedral de Santa Maria has got different entrances,
all of them on their own a treasure. The main entrance,
called puerta del perdon, the north door, portada
de las cadenas and the portada de los apostoles lead
you into the impressive capilla mayor decorated with
lots of gold.
outside the Cathedral you will find the city hall
and the Palacia Episcopal, the residency of the Bishop
of Murcia. When you first visit the city you will
be overwhelmed by the amount of decorative buildings
along the streets. There are several of museums, from
the archaeological to the museum for water systems,
to the museo de bellas Artes which shows art from
Ballester and Gaya amongst others.
The inland town of Orihuela has been a settlement
of several civilisations that have left their mark
on this city, whose lands are fruitful because of
the River Segura that flows through it. The centre
is full of truly beautiful works of architecture,
not just churches and public buildings, but houses
of past nobility making it a wonderful Spanish town
to buy a property. The city has its own historical
sense and unforgettable legends that can be seen in
the flamboyant annual processions of the Moors and
Christians and the richness of other fiestas. The
surrounding fertile lands and the closeness of the
sea mean that the gastronomy of Orihuela offers the
pleasures of the healthy Mediterranean diet. Many
patisseries combine fiestas with gastronomy by providing
traditional pastries and sweets that add a special
flavour to life.
The Orihuela Costa lies to the south of Torrevieja.
its beaches - Playa Flamenca, La Zenia, Cabo Roig
& Campoamor - are a succession of sandy coves
backing onto cliffs and are very popular with tourists
and residents alike due to the crystal clear waters
and the golden sand.
little beach bars, "chiringuitos", serve
tapas, snacks and cold drinks and are wonderful places
from which to watch the world go by. A short distance
drive inland from the coast brings you to 3 superb
18 hole golf courses; VillaMartin, Campoamor and Las
Ramblas and there is a further 18 hole course at Ciudad
Quesada a short distance away And the area also benefits
Pilar De La Horadada
small quaint village is situated between San Pedro
and Campoamor. It is also within close proximity to
the beaches and marina of Torre De La Horadada. This
location is fast becoming popular with the international
visitor mainly due to the access to the Mar Menor
and the Spanish way of life.
The town of Torrevieja which get's its name from an
old tower (old=vieja ; tower=torre), was first mentioned
around 1800. It became famous in 1802, when it took
over the salt administration from Orihuela. Apart
of the salt industry, tourism and fishing keep the
between two large salt lakes and the Mediterranean,
the former fishing village of has now grown to be
the most important town in the area with impressive
plans for further development of the infrastructure.
It is ideally placed within 30/40 minutes of both
Alicante and Murcia airports. Both airports are supplied
by a wide range of cheap flights from many UK destinations
throughout the year, and in recent years new motorways
have made access to the town much easier.
of its location it has its own beautiful micro-climate
it is renowned for its warm winters. The World Health
Organisation considers it to be one of the healthiest
places in the world, which has attracted people from
all over Spain to buy property and enjoy the sun.
has a cosmopolitan flavour that can be seen in the
array of shops and services. Torrevieja has had many
awards such as being among the top environmentally
minded municipalities in Spain. The old town of Torrevieja
has retained its character, with a lovely promenade,
excellent marina and a wide range of restaurants.
are numerous sandy beaches along its coastline, some
close to town and others in quieter locations making
Torrevieja an ideal place for holidays, winter stays
or permanent residence.
has one of the largest open-air markets in Spain along
its promenade, which comes alive from early evening
and sells local arts, crafts, jewellery, leather goods
and African carved art.
also boasts a lively nightlife with new bars and clubs
springing up all of the time making Torrevieja attractive
for all ages.
Pedro Del Pinatar
At the top of the Mar Menor the historical fishing
village of San Pedro has much to offer the discerning
holiday maker. The famous Monday street market provides
a gentler pace than others, with time to stop at a
10km south of Alicante, Santa Pola sprawls around
its harbour, the base of the local fishing fleet and
haven to hundreds of pleasure vessels. The delights
of Alicante are within close proximity whilst remaining
removed from the hustle and bustle of the city.