La Mata Beach

At the northern end of the city, we find the village of La Mata, where you can find the longest beaches in Torrevieja.  Its extension reach more than 2400 meters. A great beach of fine sand and clean waters.  This beach concentrates its affluence especially in summer and offers absolutely all the necessary services.  We could divide the Playa de la Mata into 3 sub-beaches.




Cabo Cervera Beach

Reaches almost 100 m. in length and does not have a great width of sand.  It is the next beach to the south after La Mata.

Between this and the third, which would be Playa de los Locos, we find a series of small coves that we must name: Cabo Cervera, Cala del Moro, Cala del Mojón, Cala de la Zorra, Cala de la Higuera, Cala Redonda, Cala del Gambote, Cala Tía Roqueta, Cala de los Trabajos, Cala Cornuda and Punta del Salare.

Los Locos Beach

After all these small coves we find the Playa de los Locos, named like this after a madhouse was built next to the beach a long time ago.  About 750 meters long and surrounded by urbanizations. Next we would find another small cove, Cala Palangre.

El Cura Beach

The  next beach, Del Cura, is located in the heart of the city. With a distance of half a kilometre, its embraced by the great promenade of Torrevieja. It is the busiest beach all year round, due to its proximity to the town center and the services it offers.

Juan Aparicio Walk

Located in the heart of Torrevieja, following the beach of Cura, between the Playa del Cura and the Dique de Levante, we find this beautiful promenade that includes some small beaches and natural swimming pools ideal for swimming.  These pools were created to remodel the promenade itself, made of natural water without waves and calm.

Acequión Beach

Approximately 700 m. of sand make it up. Its golden sand and the beach bars make it very attractive for sunbathing and refreshing yourself whenever you need it.

Los Náufragos Beach

Los Náufragos beach is made up by 325 metres long and 70 metres, separated from its closest neighbour by the salt quay. With several leisure areas such as beach volleyball nets, children's playground and beach bars.

Piteras Cove 

Finally, further south, bordering Orihuela, is Cala Piteras. 123m. of clear water mixed with sand and rock, very close to the dunes of Cala Ferris that form a beautiful landscape.

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