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Hotels in Torrevieja

Known in English as 'old tower', Torrevieja is celebrated for its particularly mild winters and receives very few frosts thanks to its proximity to the Salinas de Torrevieja (natural salt water lakes). The salt lakes are now an important nature reserve, and are renowned for their rich birdlife and scenic sunrise views.

The Iglesia Arciprestal De La Inmaculada Concepción church

This intriguing church was first built in the 18th century but, following an earthquake in 1829, was rebuilt with local stone in the 1840s and designed in the Neoclassical style. The Iglesia Arciprestal De La Inmaculada Concepción is also known for its fine religious art collection and prominent pyramidal towers, and is unequivocally the main historical focal point of Torrevieja today.

The Aquopolis Torrevieja

The perfect attraction for a fun family day out, the Aquopolis Torrevieja is a stunning water park organising plenty of themed activities throughout the warmer season, from face-painting and bowling to water-based leisure activities.

Las Salinas Beach

With its incredibly clean turquoise waters and pristine sands, Las Salinas Beach is one of the finest on the entire Costa Blanca. The beach is also within easy reach of Torrevieja hotels, and is overlooked by plenty of stylish bars and lively restaurants.

The city of Murcia

See the enchanting Plaza del Cardenal Belluga square and the majestic Cathedral of Murcia, the latter of which is more than 600 years old and is acclaimed for its elaborately decorated Baroque façade. The medieval city, which is one of the warmest in Spain, organises the annual Three Cultures International Festival, which promotes stronger ties between Christianity, Islam and Judaism, three religions that have exerted significant influence on Murcia's history.

Alicante

With its gleaming, golden sandy bay and eclectic, cosmopolitan nightlife, there are few places in Spain as lively as Alicante in the main holiday season. The city is also home to a fascinating archaeological museum, and is dominated by the Santa Bárbara Castle, which, despite successful sieges over the centuries, has stood since the Middle Ages.

Where to eat out in Torrevieja

Visit the Porto Giglio Restaurante for a unique combination of delicious Mediterranean, international and British cuisine, or head to the Sands Bistro for other very tasty English and international-themed dishes. For some mouthwatering Irish classics, try Spud Murphy's, dine at the Casa Mia for some delightful Italian flavours, or go to El Patio Chico for some vibrant Spanish food.

Accommodation – suggestions

For impeccable value for money, you can book a stay at the pleasant Cabo Cervera hotel, the romantic Hotel Doña Monse, or the beautifully presented Hotel Masa International. Other reputed hotels you could consider include the comfortable Apartamentos Turisticos Fresno, the immaculate Hotel Fontana Plaza, and the budget-friendly Hotel Cano.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Torrevieja

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Torrevieja?

According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Torrevieja is Playas De Torrevieja Hotel.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Torrevieja?

Unique Hotel Apartments in Torrevieja offers one night in a double room at the price of £21.

If I want to stay in the center of Torrevieja, which hotels shall I consider?

The best hotels near the center of Torrevieja are Hostal Gran Via Levante, Hotel Cano and Hotel Fontana Plaza.

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