La Calma - The tranquility 

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Orihuela Costa is divided into different urbanizations with their own beaches.

From the north there is first Punta Prima, Orihuela with the beaches of Punta Prima.

Then you come to Playa Flamenca. The beaches are more coves: "Cala Estaca" and "Cala Mosca".

A little further on is "La Zenia" with the white beaches of "Cala Bosque" and "Cala Cerrada".

If you want to read more about La Zenia, you can certainly do this on our page.

The next urbanization is Cabo Roig with a beautiful large sandy beach.

The hottest spot of the entire Orihuela Costa because it is so beautifully protected in the rocks.

It also offers you a wonderful panorama over the immensely beautiful Mediterranean Sea.

Further on, Campoamor, with its large sandy beach, is popular with families with children. Thanks to the playground on the beach, the various beach bars and the nice fish restaurants.

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Lo Pagan is located on the north bank of the Mar Menor and has merged with San Pedro del Pinatar to become a major city in the province of Murcia. Lo Pagan has a beautiful beach, boulevard and small marina. During the summer months there is a fun fair next to the marina that provides a lot of atmosphere on the coast.

Lo Pagan is most famous for its mud baths. These are free, which is great news if you are with a large family. All ages can use the mud baths from 1 to 100, but only the really hardy knuckles go during the winter months. The mud baths are located at the end of the beach and the beginning of the Salinas walking and cycling route to the sea. Just walk down the stairs and apply the therapeutic mud, very good for all skin types complaints and pains, then dry in the sun, then go back into the water to rinse it all off!



Are you looking for a fun family trip? How about a boat trip to the pirate island of Tabarca? Tabarca, 400 meters wide and 1,800 meters long, is a small, charming island off the coast of Santa Pola. It is the smallest permanently inhabited island in Spain. It is said that an average of 30 people live there during the year. Other sources speak of an average of 100 inhabitants. The fact is that there are fewer residents in the winter than in the summer. The inhabitants mainly live from tourism and fishing. The island is easily accessible from various ports. Especially from Santa Pola there are very regular connections, from Alicante and Torrevieja the offer is slightly less and the prices are slightly higher. You can choose from different ferries such as a catamaran or a speedboat. You can go to the port for information about timetables and prices. Most prices are around 15 euros, but with a little negotiation it can sometimes be cheaper. Keep in mind that some boats do not operate during the siesta.

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Torrevieja is best known for its salt lakes. The salt lakes of Torrevieja and La Mata are the largest in Europe. Whether you prefer kilometer-long sandy beaches, small idyllic places between the rocks or you want to float in the salt lakes (Las salinas), here you will find everything a few kilometers apart. You can also enjoy good food, take pleasant walks, shop, visit markets, take boat trips, go to the fair, explore the sea and salt museum, visit the Tower of the Moors (Torre del Moro).

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The shopping center is one of the largest in the entire Costa Blanca region and you can find the following shops: Leroy Merlin, Decathlon, Zara, H&M, Geox, Swarovski, .... There is also a hypermarket Alcampo. Besides shops you can find a lot of restaurants. La Zenia Boulevard is also a meeting place where many events can take place. It is approximately 2.5 km from our residence.


Besides peace and sun, there are also many beautiful cities on the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida.

Alicante has everything you'd expect from a Mediterranean city: a long history, dignified buildings, palm-lined avenues and paseos, and all the amenities of a lively provincial town.

In Cartagena you can find the oldest amphitheater in Europe.

Murcia is a beautiful university city with a beautiful cathedral, an old city center and nice, small streets to stroll through.

In Elche there is a fascinating botanical garden in a beautiful palm grove. The trees are probably from the 4th century BC. planted