What You Can Find in Playa Flamenca

The Resort of Playa Flamenca Costa Blanca - In point of fact, Playa Flamenca couldn't be labelled as a typical Spanish community, up to the 1970's it was merely a portion of attractive but featureless coast. At the start of nineteen seventies some Flemish investors decided they would build up the area and because of those individuals it has evolved into the well regarded resort that it is today.

Playa Flamenca these days, is one of the most attractive hotspots on this section of the coast and the remodeled walkway and beach area are a delight to see. The cliffside path extends all the way from Torrevieja to Campoamor, going past Playa Flamenca on the way, hugging the marvelous coastal resorts of La Zenia, Punta Prima and Cabo Roig.

Amongst the town's major attractions is its Saturday market which happens once a week on the main road passing through Playa Flamenca just beyond the Mercadona supermarket. Shoppers head there from the surrounding areas to visit this appealing and lively market. The assortment of goods displayed on the Playa Flamenca street market is mind boggling, you may acquire fashion goods, toys, flowers, handbags and confectionery, or simply buy some fresh, locally grown fruit and vegetables or hot loaves of bread cooked that morning. You can expect to feel hungry as you pass by the spit-roast chicken booth, so you will want to purchase a scrumptious garlic chicken, or you could see a traditional paella being prepared right in front of you and taste some for your dinner.

Via Park I and II coupled with the Flamenca Beach centre are the principal hotspots for drinking places, restaurants and shops, and here you certainly will find everything that you need with regards to entertainment and recreation. There's a big selection of eating places supplying cuisine from around the globe, and you will find also loads of places to watch the latest football, sing along to karaoke, join in a pub quiz, watch a live show or perhaps have a drink or two.

With the locale enjoying more than three hundred sunny days every year, it's no surprise that the climate is one of the biggest attractions that the town has to offer. The months of June to September are when the sunniest weather conditions are experienced in Playa Flamenca but for for people eager to escape the long winters of the countries of Northern Europe the wintertime is equally as appealing with a lot of sun still on offer.

Playa Flamenca is additionally a popular place for golfing enthusiasts to travel to with lots of golf courses just a short car journey from the area. These golf courses include the Orihuela Costa courses, Campoamor Golf, Golf Ramblas de Orihuela and Villamartin, together with various other easy to reach golf courses including the Colinas Golf Club at San Miguel, La Finca Golf near Algorfa the La Marquesa course at Quesada, the Lo Romero course at El Pinar de Campoverde together with the many golf courses in the nearby Murcia region.

Both Alicante and San Javier (Murcia) international airports are easy to reach from the town, Murcia (San Javier) airport is 25.4km by car whilst Alicante (El Altet) airport is 68 kilometres drive, you can use either the AP-7 motorway or the N-332 coast road.