Why not visit the Lakes of La Mata and enjoy a mudbath.
The treatment is recommended worldwide to ease pains
associated with rheumatic, dermatological, heart and
whose majestic cathederal features some fine examples
of Spanish baroque and Renaissance art, also has an
excellent shopping centre.
has numerous attractions such as a zoo and various
parks with the addition of the new Theme Park, Terra
Mitica and is Spain's answer to Disneyworld with it’s
roller coaters, water rides and attractions, coffee
shops and restaurants. Parking in Benidorm will be
difficult as it will be busy so park away from the
beach area. Benidorm is like Blackpool, lots of shops.
The beach is not that big for the amount of people
that visit so be warned and get there early to stake
approximately 1½ hours drive inland are two
health spas/mineral hot springs (Archena and Fortuna)
set in magnificent surroundings amidst mountains,
palm trees, orange and lemon groves, where one can
bathe in temperatures of 35ºC in the winter months
or receive special medicinal mineral water treatments.
where the world's oldest surviving submarine was launched,
is a town with plenty of Spanish Naval history so
plenty of boats and ships and shops.
Pola is another village with a Sunday morning Market
and a lovely beach area and wonderful walks. You can
also take a boat trip to boat trip to the island of
is a must visit, in the evening there is plenty of
entertainment, in the day time lovely beaches, Not
to mention the modern shopping centre
biggest palm garden is in Elche, which is also famous
for the making of fine leather shoes. Best of all
is the Safari Park.