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El Bajo Vinalopó y Segura
The Baix Vinalopó region in the province of Alicante is the most arid of the entire province and its territory is made up of an extensive plain surrounded by mountains and bordered by Cabo de Santa Pola, which is watered by the Vinalopó river at its lowest level.
This coast line stretches for 30 kilometers, and invites you to its very beautiful beaches with fine, golden sand. There are various dune formations to be discovered and used for your chosen walking or trekking activities.
Amongst the many tourist-cultural-artistic interests in the towns of Baix Vinalopó are: the Fontenay gardens in Crevillente and its Morería areas: the palm grove of Europe, a world heritage site; the fortress castle of Santa Pola, and many more civil and religious buildings in the three towns.
They have several festivals of great tourist interest such as the Mystery of Elche, which is declared an Immemorial Heritage of Humanity by Unesco, The “MIG ANY” of Moors and Christians in Santa Pola and Holy Week in Crevillente.
We present these three areas: you have the choice of living in the heart of these beautiful regions.
Torrevieja occupies an area of 71 sq m in kilometres. Mostly consisting of resident, beaches and lagoon areas.
It has 20 km of coastline, high-lighting the beaches of La Mata, Los Locos, El Cura, El Acequión and Los Náufragos.
This area is very popular with a large number of European foreigners.
For most foreigners, this is their second home and tourism has flourished, and has converted the current Torrevieja into a great cosmopolitan city.
Salt and sea are the indissoluble elements that have marked the history of Torrevieja. At the beginning of the 19th century, on the current site there was only one watch tower, the old tower, and a few houses.
The Salinas de Torrevieja are the most important export product in Europe, and most of them are destined for export.
The International Habaneras and Polyphony Contest, is declared the International Tourist Interest, preserving the history promoting this peculiar song that is played in memory and tribute to the Torrevieja sailors who traded with Cuba.
The lagoons are declared a protected Nature Preservation area and are of great interest as the largest wetland ecosystem in the south of the province of Alicante. The habitat for migratory or nesting birds are of the primary reason for conservation.
San Miguel Salinas
A municipality with a traditional dry-land agricultural structure that later reaped the benefits due to the train line: Tajo-Segura Transfer, which crosses the entire municipal area, from north to south, with an important transport of abundant citrus plantations, as well as greenhouse crops.
In recent years it has been influenced by second-home tourism, and therefore construction is being the drive of the local economy.
This is a dual area: a mountainous area and another that is a plain. The mountainous area is of low latitude and covered with pine trees, being found in its geographic variants such as boulevards, ravines and mountains. The flat area, called “El Llano” is located in the field of Las Salinas, where dry farming is combined with irrigated crops.
The proximity to the sea, as well as the calm and peaceful environment – a peaceful landscape, with warm, spring temperatures almost all year round, have facilitated the development of the tourism sector
San Miguel de Salinas awaits you!