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  • El Cura beach. Torrevieja, Alicante

A city where the sea and salt are important, and which has kept its old fishing tradition alive. A place to enjoy vast beaches and many parks and green spaces where you can take a walk and relax.Read more...

What to see In the Plaza de la Constitución, one of the most important squares in the city, you'll find the Town Hall and the Archpriestal Church of Inmaculada Concepción. In the city's squares you can find many chapels and shrines, such as the Church of Sagrado Corazón de Jesús in Plaza de Oriente, and of Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Beaches On its 14 kilometres of coast there are many beaches and coves, where Playa de La Mata is the largest beach. In the south we find the Cape of Cervera, which is a peaceful sandy area with a beautiful viewpoint. In the urban area of Torrevieja there are several beaches to choose from. On one hand, we have the Playa de los Locos, situated at the foot of a cliff and popular with surfers; and on the other hand, the Playa del Cura, which is perfect for walking. Don't miss the Juan Bautista Buades Promenade and the International Marina, with more than 800 moorings. Nature In the Mata and Torrevieja Lakes Nature Reserve you can see two saltwater lagoons. Festivities One of the most important events is the International Habaneras Contest (songs of Caribbean origin), which takes place at the end of July.

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