The microclimate of Torrevieja, is possibly the most important natural factor of all its range of possibilities, which together with the beneficial properties of its salty lagoons, constitute the axis of development of the city.

Torrevieja – Photograph Miguel ángel villar

Torrevieja, located in the south of the Valencian Community, is surrounded by two beautiful saltwater lagoons that make up the famous “Salinas de Torrevieja“, considered the largest production in Europe and second largest in the world.

At 35 Km from the international airports of El Altet and San Javier, and 45 Km from Alicante, capital of the province, it has stood out for its transformation in recent years as a tourist center in the Mediterranean.

To its unique climate, dry, regular, with 360 days of sunshine and an average of 18º C, are added such welcoming and attractive features as its magnificent beaches of fine sand, marinas, squares, promenades, parks, gardens, natural landscapes, great historical-artistic monuments both in the city and in its area of influence.

Torrevieja, with its promenade, its clean beaches, the modern yacht club and a large number of services and tourist facilities are among the favorite tourist destinations for visitors to Torrevieja surrounded by countless services for tourism, hand in hand with a hospitable society, simple and open to the cultures of the world thanks to its enormous seafaring tradition of cabotage, fishing and sports.