Torrevieja, Costa Blanca, combining tourism and salt mining. The natural park of Las Lagunas of La Mata and Torrevieja is a unique space in which the old tradition of salt extraction and nesting birds in winter are alternated, making it an attractive location.
The coastline of Torrevieja is extensive, with a total of 14 km of coastline where you can find many beaches and coves where you refresh and relax, some of them paradise.
From north to south highlights the beaches of La Mata, the largest, with nearly two miles long and a dune system characterized by the abundance of fossil dunes. If you like spacious, quiet beaches, La Mata is a very good choice.
A little further south, in the place where some historians located the germ of what is now Torrevieja, Cabo Cervera and find the beach of the same name: Playa de Cabo Cervera. Here was located an ancient tower, called Torre del Moro, by the way, with a tourist lookout from which you have a spectacular view that extends from the Mar Menor-south-to the Cape of Santa Pola-north.
Torrevieja has an exceptional climate, a Mediterranean climate strongly influenced by the proximity of the sea and the displaced position within the Iberian peninsula. This creates a very soft average annual temperature and a large number of hours of sunshine a year, a climate which, together with other factors, has placed Torrevieja as a perfect place to reside and, of course, enjoy the sea and beaches.