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Costa Blanca Tourist Information

Costa Blanca Javea Playa Granadella

Costa Blanca Javea Playa Granadella

The Costa Blanca is a beautiful region and is situated halfway the Spanish coast.
The Costa Blanca covers the provinces of Alicante and Murcia.

Often the tourist guides divide  the Costa Blanca in North Costa Blanca and South Costa Blanca.The North region of the Costa Blanca is situated above Alicante, the south Costa Blanca beneath Alicante.
The Costa Blanca has a coast of more than 220 kilometers, and there are more than 75 beautiful sand beaches.

Costa Blanca beaches

Costa Blanca beaches

In the north of the Costa Blanca is located Valencia with the Costa del Azahar, in the south it ends with  the urbanization of Orihuela Costa.
The Costa Blanca has a mix of long white sandy beaches and rocky coves.
The A-7 toll motorway and the old toll-free  N-332 runs parallel with the beautiful coast.

The N-332 is a very nice road if you got the time, because it crosses many nice villages.

Costa Blanca means in Spanish:  the White coast. some say that the name comes of the many white beaches, well-known by the tourist others say it comes from the blooming of the white flowers of the almonds. See also Guadelest Valley : the Almond harvest

Costa Blanca Almonds

Costa Blanca Almonds

 

The weather is the Costa Blanca is the all year round very good. There is sun 330 days a year.
Even the World Health organisation has recognized it as one of the better climates is the world.

The Costa Blanca has the all year round very warm temperatures.
The Costa Blanca is well-known by the expats who have problems with arthritis.

Even after a few days many of them already feel better.

In the summer July and August  the weather can be a little bit too warm, but no so hot like in the South of Spain .
But the climate is superb starting from September till June. No wet and cold weather like in the rest of West Europe.

The all year round the temperature  are very good.

The all of the Costa Blanca is loved and famous for its tourism.
The beaches and the superb climate are one of the attractive points.

In the middle of the last century , the most of the villages where little harbors.
Then became the tourist and the large buildings like in Benidorm.
Now more and more the development is restricted so the village can keep their authenticity

In the beginning of the new century the property has got a real boom. People from over all West Europe and Russia now live here . The most of them see a house in the Costa Blanca as their ultimate dream. Some are looking for a better life and work in the sun. Others are looking for a good place for their retirement and to enjoy the good life.

Alicante airport is an airport with a lot of flights coming from all over Europe, and is also good for domestic flight inside Spain to Madrid, Ibiza, Malaga…

Murcia has two airports one is specialized in low-cost flights to England and is called Murcia San javier Airport. The other is being build is called Murcia Cordova Airport. The airport of San Javier is near the Mar Menor.

The Costa Blanca is attractive place for the beach lovers, but also for the lover of culture, for the nature lover.

The North of the Costa Blanca is the region around Valencia . Valencia has wetlands which are well-known for the rice plantation and the nature.

More to the South are mountains with coves and cliffs and little, rural  villages with narrow streets and nice restaurants to discover. There are many places you can visit and enjoy the real Spain.  So the Costa Blanca has something for everyone .

But the major attraction is the blue Mediterranean Sea, with most of the white sandy beaches the Blue Flags. The Blue Flag is a international respected and is a recognized Eco label. Only the beaches and the marinas that meet strict criteria for the water quality, the environment education, safety and services are awarded with a Blue Flag.

Some of the tourist enjoy the beaches and the nightlife like in Benidorm.
Everyone his own taste. Love it or hate it.
The most important is that you enjoy it.

Like we love to go to Spain and we want to help the visitors of the website with practical advice what to do and see in the Costa Blanca.

One of the well-known places from the Costa Blanca are
Valencia
Calpe visit the page on our website.
Benidorm
Alicante
Torrevieja
Orihuela visit the page on our website
Cartagena
Murcia visit the page on our website

Valencia
Valencia is Spain’s third largest city. Valencia is a city with cultural, with restaurants and bars, the city also has a vivid nightlife.
Valencia has a fabulous futuristic building the ” ciudad de las artes y las Ciencas” : the town of Arts and Sciences of Santiago Calatrava. It is designed by the same architect who designed in Belgium the railway station of Liège.

Valencia Ciudad de las artes

Valencia Ciudad de las artes

Around Valencia there are wetlands and farmlands.This makes sure the city has a green stock of vegetables. The land has plenty of rice plantation , With which they are famous for the rice dishes like paella.

Benidorm
Benidorm is the Costa Blanca tourist capital , some say that it is Florida of Europe.

Many people spend 6 month in the winter in Benidorm. Others choose Benidorm to spend the summer holiday.
Benidorm is a city that you like or hate. Benidorm has changed the last 50 years from a little fishing village to a major tourist destination.
Benidorm is well known for his beach front promenade and the two beaches, Poniente and Levante.
There is in the middle of the promenade an old historic quarter. The old town center is nice to visit with the narrow old streets and the three plazas.
From the old quarter there are very nice views of either side of the beaches and of course the Benidorm skyline.
In Benidorm there is a huge selection of things to do. There is a theme park Terra Mitica, a waterpark Aqualandia and an animal park Terra Natura and  Mundomar to visit.
With or without kids , this are very nice places for active people.
For the night birds who wants to party the night away,Benidorm offers an incredible  choice of entertainment.

Benidorm

Benidorm

There are many type of restaurants , all kind of bars, cabaret shows Benidorm palace  with topless dancers , flamenco shows.
If you like gastronomy : the restaurants are of all nationalities, you named it, they got it.
Spanish tapas, paella, Indian, French, Russian, Chinese, à la carte, ….and of course eggs , bacon a typical English breakfast
Benidorm small harbor is beside the old town.  In the Marina there are boats who bring the Tourist to Benidorm Island  and to the island of Tabarca.
If that is not enough every Wednesday and Sunday mornings there is a large market.
A nice indoor shopping all with a bowling is the ” la Marina “where they got the most brands of fashion, leisure and a lot of restaurants.
A suggestion for a nice day trip: take the tram north to Altea, Gata de Gorgos and Denia. To the south the tram goes to Villajoyosa and Alicante
Outside the city are a few Golf Courses : Sierra Cortina Golf Course, Las Rejas Golf Course and Villaitana Wellness Golf.
Or spend your days relaxing on the beach, nipping a cocktail in the beach bars and enjoying the Mediterranean Sea

 

Guadalest

One of the lovely villages in the Costa Blanca is the village of Guadalest.
Crowds are coming with coaches from all over the Costa Blanca.
But get there early by car and the village and the waterfalls are yours.
One of the attractive points of Guadalest, are the waterfalls of Guadalest. Or come when the last bus is away. In the middle of nature you can enjoy the refreshing water.

The little village of Guadalest is situated in the middle of Almonds trees. From the village you have a panoramic view overlooking the mountains, down in the valley up to the Mediterranean Sea. At the other side you can see a reservoir of water with an amazing turquoise color.

Guadalest

Guadalest

In the village of Guadalest there is an Old Castle
The old castle perched on a rock can be reached by a nice walk through a lovely old house.

Beside the castle there is a funny museum with 20 000 of salt and pepper pots  :” Museo de Saleros y Pimenteros”.

The almond harvest.
The Guadalest valley was always famous for the almonds trees. Much of the harvest is going to the producers of nougat or turron.
The year 2015 almond harvest is the double of last year. The almond is a very healthy product.
The nut is now branded a super food by many health food workers like dietitians and doctors.
Many Fitness magazines for women and men, are promoting the almond and other nuts. They are high in protein, vitamin E, fiber. Almonds are good for the skin, import for the digestive and good for your heart.
Yearly a total of 2000 tonnes is collected in the region of Alicante.
Thanks to the rain in the autumn of 2014 and the spring 2015 the almonds flourished.
The farmers are also aware of the hype around the “new super food” so they planted thousands of new trees. The farmers can expect to collect nearly 8 euro for a kilo of shelled nuts compared with only 5 euro last year thanks to the high valued of the almond in the health food market. And the demand will increase further in the future.
During the harvest, the farmers spread nets under the trees. Then the healthy nuts are beaten down from the almond trees. Then the nuts are collected from the nets spread out on the ground.

Costa Blanca Guadalest Almonds

 

Alicante

Alicante is the capital of the Costa Blanca with a population of 300 000. In Spain the city is also called Alacant.

Most people arrive in Alicante by the airport. The airport of Alicante is the most important of the region.The others airports in the Costa Blanca are Murcia airport San Javier, Valencia airport and in the future Corvera Murcia Airport
Alicante is the gateway to the region of the Costa Blanca.

The airport of Alicante is called El Altet, and has offers a large selection of European flights and domestic flights.
From the airport there is a regular cheap bus service to Alicante city and to Torrevieja.
More expensive are the taxi’s but they are a faster way to get to your destination.

Alicante is mostly the place where the holiday start and where most tourists drive further to their holiday place.

Alicante

Alicante

The city of Alicante has an important harbor. Like every city in Spain it has many beautiful beaches, nice restaurants, cozy bars, many pubs, attractive museums, large parks, old monuments silence witness of the past and hotels in all different prices.

Torrevieja
Torrevieja is a 30 miles or 50 km drive from Alicante. Torrevieja is very popular by thousands of Europeans.
The village of Torrevieja is still a salt mining and fishing village. Torre Vieja means  Old Tower.
Torrevieja is located between the sea and two larges salt lakes , in Spanish : Las Salinas. This location gives the town a special charm and climate.
The salt lakes are a natural habitat for protected birds. One of the most popular birds are the Flamingo’s.
The salt industry provides winter road salt for Western Europe and results in white mountains off salt near the lake.
Torrevieja has a large boulevard along the coast with restaurants, bars and shops.
Most fish restaurants are situated in the harbor. There is a large choice of tapa’s bar, little shops and restaurants. The fish on your plate comes directly from the fishing boats . So try the mix of fried fish mix or fritura de pescado.
Torrevieja has a very large Friday street market with fruits, vegetables, which is very popular among the many tourists and the local Spanish people.

Above of Torrevieja is the village of Guardamar del Segura. Beneath Torrevieja to the south is Orihuela Costa with Playa Flamenca, La Zenia, Cabo Roig, Campoamor and Mill Palmeras.

Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

Orihuela
Orihuela city is located a 30 km from the sea nearby the Sierra de Orihuela.
Orihuela is a very typical Spanish town, where the locals work, live and play.
The city of Orihuela stretches all the way between orange and lemon trees and plantation of artichoke down to the coast.
At the coast is Orihuela Costa, and became very popular the latest years by the tourists.
The Orihuela Costa has sandy beaches but also very nice rocky coves. There is a small but very nice promenade from Playa Flamenca to Mill Palmeras.

Torrevieja Water park

The most famous Torrevieja Water park  is Aquopolis but there are also 3 other water parks in the nearby region of Torrevieja.
The other 3 water parks are a bit smaller but still worth a visit when you don’t want to stay a day at the beach.
Two of the water parks are located in Torrevieja and one is located in the nearby municipality of Quesada.
Keep in mind Aquopolis is the biggest one in Torrevieja but also the most expensive one. So if you just want to enjoy a nice swimming pool with the kids you might want to consider the smaller ones.

Torrevieja Water park =Aquapark Flamingo

Aquapark Flamingo is smaller than Aquopolis but is definitely worth a visit. It is good value for money. Cheaper than Aquapolis. Indeed,it is very interesting when visiting with young children who don’t like the big slides.
Furthermore, there are free sun beds for when you want to rest for moment of all that water fun.
Bringing your own food is not allowed. Unfortunately.

Price range

Children beneath the age of 4 get free entrance
Ages 4-12 €7
Adults €9

Torrevieja Water park= Rojales Water Park Quesada.

First, Rojales is bigger than the Flamingo water park, but still smaller than Aquapolis.
Then, it has an area of 21,000 m². and doesn’t get as busy as Aquapolis in Torrevieja.

Next, it’s especially ideal to go with kids there is good variety of types of slides and has a large swimming pool.
The water park had 4 gentle slides,  3 children pools, 2 kamikaze slide and  1 large swimming pool. The sun beds are free.
In peak season they offer cheaper tickets around 3pm till 7pm.
Parking is free.

Rojales Water Park Quesada  Opening Hours

10.30 am till 7pm
From June till September

Price range: Children beneath the age of 4 get free entrance.
Ages 4-12 €7
Adults €9
Adress
C/ del Norte, s/n.
Ciudad Quesada.
03170 ROJALES
Tel. 96 671 86 12

Torrevieja Water park = Aquopolis

Also called Torrevieja Water park.
This  Torrevieja water park is the second biggest water park the Costa Blanca.
Indeed, the largest iss till the one in Benidorm.

The Water park is located in the center of Torrevieja not far from the Shopping Center Habaneras.

The best, it offers a range of attractions for every age.

In total the Aquapark has about 15 attractions.
To sum up : Jacuzzi, Paradise, Speed, Kamikaze, Zig Zag, Zig Zag Mini, Speed Race Speed Race Mini, Rapids, Black Hole, Boomerang, Waves Beach, Blue Lagoon , Zip Line, Waterfall, Mini Park and Amazon River.

While, every attraction has a sign in front of it . So you can see how intense the ride is . More specifacilly, three categories: high, moderate and children.

If you want to take a romantic picture you should definitely take one under the waterfall, so you have an amazing memory of the water park.

When we visited the park lots of Spanish people were bringing their own food and drinks with them not that they are expensive, but it’s good to know.

A disadvantage about the park in my opinion is: you have to pay extra for a laying chair or a big inflatable tube for two to go on the attraction.

Aquopolis aquapark Torrevieja Opening Hours:

Summer:
Open from the 3rd of June to the 8th of September
From Monday-Sunday 11:00-6:00

How to get to Aquopolis aquapark Torrevieja

First, from Alicante on the National 332 exit at the shopping centre, change direction at the roundabout, the Park is on the left-hand side.

Then, from Alicante on the AP7 Motorway direction Cartagena, exit 745 Torrevieja Norte, CV908 turn left at the Centro Comerciales de Torrevieja Roundabout and the Park is on the left-hand side.

Next, from Cartagena on the N332 exit on the Parque de las Naciones Service Road, second exit to Av. Delfina Viudes, the Park is on the left-hand side.

At last, from Cartagena on the AP7 Motorway direction Alicante, exit 758 Torrevieja Sur, CV95 until connecting with the N332 direction Alicante, exit on the Parque de las Naciones Service Road, second exit to Av. Delfina Viudes, the Park is on the left-hand side.

 

Aquopolis Prices

Admission
Online Price
Adults (+ 1,40 m)23,95 €23,95 €
Child (from 0,90 to  1,40 m)18,95 €18,95 €
O.A.P. (+ 65 years)18,95 €18,95 €

 

Map of the Waterpark

 

Map of Aquopolis aquapark Torrevieja Water park

Torrevieja Water park

3 stars – based on 1 reviews
Adress Urbanización Casa Grande II Torrevieja Alicante, Alicante , Benidorm 03183

+(34) 902.345.008

Price Range: $$

Don’t forget to protect your self against the sun!
  • Use sunscreen with protection factor suitable to your skin.
  • Do not spend too much time in the sun. Protect your head with hats.
  • Drink water regularly
  • Avoid alcohol and heavy meals.
  • Resting after eating before going on the water slides.

After all the fun and relaxing of the water what better way is there to finish you day relaxing in on of the Restaurants in Orhuela Costa.

Also worth checking out Mundomar , Terra Mitica

Torrevieja

First, Torrevieja is one of the biggest tourist city’s of the Costa Blanca. It is located in the province of Alicante. From the city of Alicante it is a 50 kilometers drive.
With a population in the region of 107 000 Torrevieja is for most of us , one of the place where the love with Spain began.

Because, Torrevieja is not only the town but greater Torrevieja include also La Mata.

 

Torrevieja Beach

Torrevieja Beach

 

History

In the past, the city started from a small salt mining and fishing city.
This side industry of salt, was harvesting from the salt lakes nearby.
Now, it has grown to a full size city with its own shopping center and cinemas. The city is a major tourist spot among the Costa Blanca.
Nearby there are two salt lakes where you can often see  flamingos.

Climate

Indeed, the climate is a typical Mediterranean climate. Its has a wonderful climate with more than 300 days of sun.
This climate got in the summer temperature of average 25 degrees and in the winter average 12 degrees.

During the summer many people go and visit the Water parks in Torrevieja 

The half of the 100 000 habitats are if foreigner nationalities.In brief, most of them are Scandinavians, Belgium, English or Russian. As a result, the center of the city is a cosmopolitan meeting point.
The town has developed into a multi cultural city. A city with many nationalities calling it their “place under the sun”.

What to do ?

While, the city is surrounded by golf courses it is very popular by British people.
Close to Torrevieja  are also the golf courses of Orihuela Costa.

The sea front includes a nice Marina and next to it a very nice long promenade.
This promenade is  popular with locals and  tourist.
Each evening , nearby the Torrievieja promenade and the Casino their are market stalls.
Their stalls their wares to the visitors, anything what they think than can interest a tourist.

Torrevieja streetmarket

Torrevieja streetmarket

Handbags, foulard’s, jewelry, watches, sunglasses, handmade craft , handmade arts..

There are many possibilities for water sport. To sum up,  Jet Ski, Pedalo, Banana’s, boat excursions.
One of this excursions from the  Marina is to the island of Tabarca. This beautiful  snorkeling paradise is only  a half hour from the coast.

Another Museum is the “Albatros III ”  a floating Museum. 
In the past , this  Submarine  was guarding the waters outside Torrevieja.
It is an unusual museum. The entrance is 2 €uro. So it is nice to take the children to this historical Memorabilia.

Thus, it’s a very vivid town. Many tourists have decide to become a resident and so are staying the whole year. On the other side you have tourists who only come in the holiday’s or rent their holiday homes.

As a result, Torrevieja is quite a busy town with a lot of traffic in the summer season.
There are thousand bars and restaurants to choose from

Torrevieja Beaches.

First, the main beach of Torrevieja (Playa del cura) isn’t worth the visit but is the beach who is accessible for wheel chairs. See below.
We did like it because it is very busy in summer months.

Then, the beaches have a 20 km long coastline. The longest beach with many dunes, is in the north of the city.
Next, the water is crystal clear and the beaches are often visited by families with children.
In the south of Torrevieja, we find lovely beaches and “Calas”. Indeed rougher but the blue water invites you to swim and to snorkel.

Instead, there is a beautiful promenade along the sea. Indeed,on the promenade lovely bars and restaurants . In fact, the boulevard is surrounded by palm trees. So it is plenty of all sorts of restaurants and little shops.
If  you are a beach-lover, you have to go to the north of city .
There you can discover the quieter splendid beach of La Mata. The sandy beaches are beautiful. But behind them, there is also a very nice nature reserve. In the reserve are different species of birds and waders.
The beaches have all beautiful names: Los Locos, Los Naufragos, La Mata , Playa Acequion, Playa del Cura.
Of course  each beaches with his own character.There is also  a wide choice of sports available such as golf, football, tennis,  yoga, gyms…

Torrevieja  mobility friendly beaches.

The first mobility friendly walkway was installed at the end of 2016.
This will facilitate the access to the sea for wheelchairs users.
In the future additional facilitates will be installed. Such as a special adapted shower and also platforms. This platforms with areas of shade so users can escape from the heath of the sun.

Torrevieja friendly beaches

Torrevieja friendly beaches

 

The beach with the  mobility friendly  walkways is the “Playa del Cura”.
This structure is not permanent and as stipulated in the Coast law of the Costa Blanca, can be dismantled. This can be the case with sever storms, like the one at the end of december 2016.
This initiative is making the beaches in Torrevieja accessible for every one. Also older people with reduced mobility.
A good initiative.

All those facility are already installed in Mil Palmeras a nearby town.

Camping’s.

As a result from the many tourists, there are some Camping’s near and around Torrevieja.
Some are perfect for motor homes. If you are coming to the Costa Blanca see also our page : motorhome at the Costa Blanca.

“Camping Florantiles” is about 268 pitches big. The camping has its own swimming pool and super market. Each place is around 90 m2 and has electricity.
The Address of the camping is  CV-95, 95, 03186 Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain.

Camping La Campana ,  Ctra Torrevieja  N 332 Alicante Cartagena a 4;5 km

Camping Mare Nostrum Ctra Guardamar Guardamar del Segura
n 332 Alicante – Torrevieja

Camping Marjal Crta Guardamar N 332 Alicante Guardamar .

Torrevieja La Mata nature park.

La Mata is a nature park in Torrevieja click here to read more about la Mata.

But also a nice quieter suburb of the city.
You can find the museum of Sea and Salt  on the sea front.
This museum shows the history of Torrevieja and his salt industry throughout the ages.

Fiesta

Torrevieja celebrates many festivals and holy days.
Most of them are with very beautiful parades and events .

 

Ruta de las Tapas or Tapas Route

Each year in April  and October the city celebrates the  route of the tapas, small dishes :” Ruta de las Tapas “.
It is good is held twice a year.

Tapa Route

Tapa Route

Of course it was inspired by the business and restaurants associations. But is became a success by residents and tourist.
Sample the best of Torrevieja’s tapas!
During this dates you will able to try in many restaurants and bars a homemade tapas.
Enjoy a walking /eating tour of the city center.
A homemade tapa and drink is for you for 2:00 euro.
Some bars presents a Gourmet Tapa and drink at the price of 2:50 euro.
There are nearly 50 establishments  offering a selection of nearly 200 different tapas.
A free map of the participating bars and restaurants is available.
It is a nice way to discover Torrevieja in a relax atmosphere.
It remains fun and cheap way to sped a evening or afternoon  walking the center.
With the change to discover some of Torrevieja’s hidden bars and restaurants.
There is also a “Tapas Route card”  with official stamps.

 

How to get to Torrevieja ?

First, the nearest airports are Murcia / San Javier  ( 72 km ) and Alicante Airport ( 50 km )
Then, there are several buses from the airport of Alicante to Torrevieja. The bus stop is just outside the terminal. The ticket price is 7 € available by the driver. The buses leave nearly every hour.
Next, there also buses from Murcia Airport to the city. In spite of the bus the line is not direct.
The first change to Torrevieja is in the central station of Murcia. Therefore, it is better to rent a car, a taxi ( 60 €) or a private shuttle to Torrevieja.
Indeed, if you want to see the surrounding regions, it is better to rent a car.
Book in advance on the internet, but inform yourself about all the options and prices.

Shops.

In Spain, most shops are open from 9.00 to 13.00 and from 16.00 to 21.00. Due to the heath in the summer season.
Nevertheless, in the large shopping malls like “Habaneras” and supermarkets like Carrefour are open all day.

Bars Restaurants 

Now, there is a large choice of restaurants and bars. So,calling the 300 restaurants by name is impossible.
Some are specialists in fish and seafood. While others in meat and rice.
As you can see, the restaurants are from over the all world. The tasty cuisine that can be found are Asian, American, Spanish, French or Belgian. but also Italian, British, Scandinavian or Russians. Some of them are excellent.
In the future we will try to put more details of the restaurants  on Yourspain.

Market.

A new Location
Torrevieja most busy Friday street market is going to move to his new location before Easter.
Stall holders have already been visit  the new location. They know exactly where  and how to sit up their stalls.
The new location  is the “Antanio Soria” park.  Close to the sport facilities of the city.
Nearby the public transport with the C line .There will also be a taxi parking at the market site.
There will be enoug parking place  for the shoppers but also for the  stall holders.

There will be improvements. For instance, to the security with the pick pockets.  Indeed , there will be a permanent police present at the market place.£And the police will be helped by volunteers from the civil  protection.
The location  has rooms for 630 stalls  and is 5 000 m2 large.

So this will be the end, for the problems for the residents on the old location with a market on their front door .

Hotels .

You can find 20 hotels in different classes of prices. Or perhaps find a holiday home to rent.

Autobuses Torrevieja

In addition, autobuses are driven by Costa Azul and are running from the main bus station in the city.
The bus station is situated at the Avenida de Habaneras in Torrevieja.

Autobuses Torrevieja Costa Azul

Autobuses Torrevieja Costa Azul

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bus Schedules from Torrevieja:

To Alicante.
Monday till Saturday   :
7.15 7.35 8.30 9.15 10.55 12.15 12.50 14.05 15.15 15.50 16.05 17.15 18.25 19.45 21.40
Sunday and Holiday.
7.30 8.30 10.15 10.56 12.50 14.05 15.50 16.05 17.15 19.45 21.40.

Check out the Torrevieja to Alicante Airport Bus Schedule .

Direction Murcia.
winter schedule.
Every day  7.00 9.00 15.30 19.00.
Holiday  11.00 19.00.

Direction Orihuela city.
Winter schedule.
Every day :  7.00 9.00 12.00 14.00 15.30 19.00.
Saturday  : 7.00 12.00  15.30 19.00.
Sunday holiday : 11.00 14.00 19.00.

To Cartagena.
Every day  : 8.00 12.15 15.10  17.10 19.10 21.10.

To Elche.
Every day : 7.00 10.30 14.05 18.00.
Caution : on Sunday and holiday there are no bus services  to Elche.

To Hospital Callosa.
From Monday till Sunday  : 9.00 10.30 18.00.

To Quesada Rojales.
From Monday till Saturday  : 13.00.

To Almoradi.
From Monday till Friday : 9.00 10.30 14.05 18.00.

Tips
People often leave a same small change behind but it is not obligated .

Also Interesting

Important or useful telephone number and addresses in Torrevieja (Hospitals, Embassies, Pharmacies)