Introduction

Torrieveja offers a wide variety of places of interest, with many within walking distance of the apartment.

As with most Spanish cities and towns, religion plays a big part in their culture and a popular gathering place is the Constitution Square (Plaza de la Constitucion). Situated on Calle Ramon Gallud and in front of the main church, the square usually has something going on and is flanked by a couple of nice cafe bars.

Being a coastal town, Torrevieja has a great promenade to take a leisurely stroll along. Paseo Juan Aparicio has many bars and resturants along its front and links the town main beaches to the Marina area. It is very popular in the evenings and weekends are extremaly busy, especially in the height of summer, with seating along it's length, it is a great place to sit and watch the world go by.
The main square just of the promenade is called Waldo Carero. It's main feature is the mosaic styled fountain and seating area. It is flanked by several resturants and has a very popular ice cream parlour. The square is a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by.

Another very popular area down by the promenade is Paseo del Dique de Levante. This man-made breakwater protects the marina and has been built with the public in mind as it has a walkway built for the public to wander out to the tower at the end of the breakwater. It takes about 40- 50 minutes to walk out and back and offers some fantastic views of the city. You also get a good view of the Marina

Also situated down at the coast area is the S-61 Delfin. The submarine was presented to the city by the Spanish navy and has been converted into a museum for the pulic to visit.

Situated not far from the apartment, the Park of Nations (Jardin de las Naciones) is a well laid out man-made park, the main feature of which is lake with the land in the middle being in the shape of the European Union.

Just along from the apartment is a small square called Plaza Del Molino. The main feature here is an old windmill and seating area.