Callosa De Segura

Callosilla, Callosa De Segura


Ciudad Quesada





Gea Y Truyols

Guardamar Del Segura



La Marina

La Mata

La Murada, Orihuela

Los Montesinos


Orihuela Costa

Palomares (almeria)



San Vicente Del Raspeig




Abanilla is a Spanish municipality located in the Comarca Oriental (composed by Fortuna and Abanilla) in the Autonomous Community of Murcia

It lies close to the border of the province of Alicante in the Autonomous Community of Valencia.


Albatera  is a town and municipality located in the comarca of Vega Baja del Segura, in the province of Alicante, part of the Valencian Community, Spain

Albatera has an area of 66.5 km² and, according to the 2005 census, a total population of 10,499 inhabitants

The economy of Albatera is mainly based on trade, confección costura (Clothing Manufacture) and agriculture

The most important monument in the city is the baroque Catholic church of Santiago Apóstol, built in 1727.

Albatera comes from the words Alba, meaning Spanish

And Terra, meaning land

Albatera basically means "Spanish Land"


Algorfa (Spanish pronunciation:  is a small town in the Costa Blanca area of Spain.

Algorfa lies on the banks of the river Segura and is approximately 45 minutes' drive away from Alicante Airport and Murcia-San Javier Airport

It is a 15 minute drive inland from the resort of Guardamar del Segura.

As one of Vega Baja del Segura’s citrus farming villages, with a population of over 4,000, Algorfa is situated within a fertile countryside.

Just outside the town is an unusual neo-gothic church that was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century and is worth visiting

Algorfa holds a market on Wednesdays.

It is also home to the La Finca Golf Club

It also is home to 3 urbanizations

Lo Crispín, Montemar and Montebello.


Almoradí is a town and municipality located in the comarca of Vega Baja del Segura, in the province of Alicante, Spain, close to the mouth of the river Segura.
Weather: 19°C, Wind SE at 14 km/h, 45% Humidity
Hotels: 3-star averaging €44, 5-star averaging €109.
Province of Alicante


Benferri is a municipality of the Valencian Community, Spain

Located in the southwest of the province of Alicante, in the region of Vega Baja del Segura

It has 1,899 inhabitants


Benijofar is a lovely small village with a charming church and village square

There is the casa de cultura for concerts and shows, a marked walking trail which includes the Rio Segura and an outdoor swimming pool as well as two parks and the three crosses viewpoint

Benijofar has a good selection of tapas bars, cafes and restaurants as does the nearby urbanisation of Benimar.

Callosa De Segura

Callosa de Segura  is a municipality in the comarca of Vega Baja del Segura in the Valencian Community, Spain

It contains the historic monument of the Church of St Martin.

Callosa de Segura is a traditional Spanish-speaking town located north-west of Orihuela

It can be reached via the A-7 (E15) motorway, junction 79, or from the AP-7 motorway, junction 733 and is situated just 30 minutes from Alicante and Murcia airports and 30 minutes from Guardamar beach.

The town is dominated by the huge Sierra de Callosa mountains standing behind it, and some of the houses of the town creep up the side of the mountain together with various crops high up on terraced slopes.


Catral (Spanish pronunciation:  is a town in the Valencian Community, Spain

Located in the south of the province of Alicante, in the region of Vega Baja del Segura

It had 8,105 inhabitants in 2007 according to the National Statistics Institute of Spain.

Ciudad Quesada

Ciudad Quesada is a district in the municipality of Rojales in the Province of Alicante, Spain. 
It is located in the southern area of Rojales, 6 km from Mediterranean sea.
Elevation100 m
Population16,583 (2011)


Crevillent  is a town and municipality located in the Alicante province, part of the Valencian Community, Spain

It is situated in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó, and lies at the foot of the hill range known locally as Serra de Crevillent

As of 2009, it has a total population of 28,609 inhabitants.

The terrain is dry, and its main vegetation is composed by carob trees, almond trees, olive trees and esparto

Crevillent is a major producer and exporter of carpets and pomegranates.

The town was probably settled by Romans

In 1263, during the period known as Reconquista, James I of Aragon captured the city from the Moors and became a part of the Kingdom of Valencia.

The most important tourist places of the city is a museum with works of Mariano Benlliure, a Valencian sculptor

Also remarkable is its Moros i Cristians festival.

Many of the agricultural areas, particularly El Realengo, contain ruins of prisons, ovens and torture houses used during Francisco Franco's reign and the Spanish Civil War in the early 1900s.


Dolores (Spanish pronunciation: [doˈloɾes]) is town located in the comarca of Vega Baja del Segura in southern Alicante province, Spain.

The town is in the heart of the Segura huerta (vegetable garden) about 10 km (6.2 mi) from the nearest beaches in La Marina and Guardamar.

Dolores is readily accessible from the Autovia del Mediterráneo motorway and a new motorway from Elche, and is about 20 minutes away from the Alicante international airport.

The town has a population of 7427, an area of 18.25 km2 (7.05 sq mi), and the average monthly temperature varies between 16 °C (61 °F) in December–January and 28 °C (82 °F) in July–August.


Elche is a town located in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó, Spain

According to the 2014 census, Elche has a population of some 228,647 inhabitants, ranking as the third most populated city in the Valencian Community(after Valencia and Alicante) and the 20th largest Spanish city.

Part of the municipality is coastal but the main city is some 11 km (6.8 mi) from the Mediterranean Sea

A small creek called Vinalopó flows through the city splitting it in two parts.

Elche is so close to the city of Alicante, that both cities form a de facto conurbation of some 800,000 inhabitants that can very well double during the summer peak-season.


Not far from the capital of the Murcia Region, Fortuna is famous for the abundance of its hot springs

Water, scarce in this area, flows freely in Fortuna, giving rise to a number of fountains such as la Higuera, la Cueva Negra or los Baños, thermal springs that were already popular in Roman times and which have today converted Fortuna into an important spa town.

The history of the town goes back to Iberian settlements, the remains of which can still be seen in outlying districts such as Caprés, Castillejo or Cortao de las Peñas

The Arab domination is still visible in the Castillico de los Moros (Moors' Castle)

The town's cultural heritage is enriched with the Baroque-style Parish Church of La Purísima, the Convent and the Town Hall (which conserves some beautiful panneaux), all constructed in an aesthetic modernist style.

Guardamar Del Segura

Guardamar del Segura  or briefly Guardamar is a municipality of the province of Alicante located at the mouth of the river Segura in southern Valencia (autonomous community), Spain

It is a Mediterranean resort, with a large pine forest abutting an 11-km-long white sand beach.

Historically an area of fishermen and farmers, Guardamar del Segura is the southernmost point where Valencian (a dialect of Catalan) is spoken

A Phoenician colony, called Herna by Roman geographer Avienus in his book Ora Maritima was the first settlement near the mouth of Segura river, In Spanish, "guardar" means "safekeeping" and "mar" means "sea", and this is another possible basis for its current name.

Guardamar is the southernmost Catalan-speaking town and in 1991 41.8% of the town's residents could speak it

Guardamar hosts local festivals like Moros i Cristians, L'Encantà, and Fogueres de Sant Joan, which commemorate its history.


Hondon is surrounded by an expanse of stunning mountain views and traditional arid Spanish countryside

These excellent vistas are a delight in all seasons! Take a walk or drive through the country roads and you will just marvel at the changing light, shadows and picturesque skies.

The Hondon Valley is well known for its mild climate and pleasant summer breezes, which is very welcoming in those hot summer months when temperatures rarely fall below 30 degrees. The region enjoys sunshine in excess of 310 days per year, where the air is very clean and the pace of life slow

Hondon offers a very peaceful and stress free life.

La Marina

La Marina is located on the Costa Blanca South between Santa Pola and Guardamar del Segura.

La Marina is basically split into two distinct parts, the old coastal town and beach area, and the purpose built residential development (urbanisation La Marina), a short distance inland on the other side of the main coastal road the N-332.

The coastal part of the town has some fantastic sandy beaches, which even in the peak season are so big that they never get packed, and you can always find a spot away from the crowds to enjoy the sunny weather.

La Marina (Comunidad Valenciana)

Playa La Marina (Comunidad Valenciana)

Alicante airport is only 20 minutes drive away

Los Montesinos

Los Montesinos is a busy village with a large and modern church square and a long high street

There are many bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from, a small street market on a Friday evening, an open air municipal swimming pool, the Jardín Botánico 30 De Julio Park and a Music Auditorium

There is a marked walking route called the Ruta Salada, the shores of the pink lagoon to explore and the old railway line to cycle or walk along all the way to the beaches of Torrevieja.
The nearby urbanisation area of La Herrada is included within the limits of Los Montesinos and has a commercial centre with a selection of shops and places to eat.


Orihuela is a city and municipality located at the feet of the Sierra de Orihuela mountains in the province of Alicante, Spain.

The city of Orihuela had a population of 33,943 inhabitants at the beginning of 2013.

The municipality has a total area of 367.19 km², and stretches all the way down to the Mediterranean coast, west of Torrevieja, and had a total population of 92,000 inhabitants at the beginning of 2013.

This includes not only the city of Orihuela, but also the coastal tourist centre (urbanización turística) of Dehesa de Campoamor with 33,277 inhabitants (2013) and a few other villages.

The river Segura flows through Orihuela

The city was settled by Romans who called it Orcelis and subsequently Aurariola.


Orihuela Costa

Orihuela Costa is a coastal region situated on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante

It sits close to the border with Murcia, near La Manga and the beautiful Mar Menor

Despite its name it is actually around 20 kilometres away from the main resort of Orihuela. 

The region covers several seaside resorts including Punta Prima, Playa Flamenca, La Zenia, Cabo Roig, Villamartin, Campoamor and Mil Palmeras.

Orihuela Costa is an ideal destination for those looking for a beach family holiday, with 16 kilometres of diverse coastline

It is also an excellent choice for golf holidays; in fact Orihuela Costa is well equipped for all needs, with lots of amenities, facilities and leisure attractions.




There is evidence that Santomera had already been inhabited by the Argaric Age, and since then it has been populated by Carthaginians, Romans, Berbers and Arabs and formed part of the county of Orihuela and later of the Kingdom of Todmir

However, the first historical documents which refer to it appear after the Reconquest, it being mentioned in the chronicles of Alphonse X The Wise

King Jaime I found lands which had been almost abandoned and had to repopulate them with people from Aragon and Catalonia, which produced confrontations with the Kingdom of Castilia, as the borders between the two kingdoms had not been well defined

What was of utmost importance in the rise to prominence of Santomera was the draining in the 18th century of more than 3,500 acres of land

A large number of landowners and several religious orders acquired a large part of the drained land and then stayed, to a large extent, closely bound to the places where they had their property and exercising their significant influence over them

Also at this time mining once again took on great importance

Both these facts led to a considerable population increase in this area

In 1836 Santomera became a constitutional borough with its own Town Hall

The presence of the Dominican Fathers embodied the devotion to the Virgin of the Rosary and she in turn was devoted to the parish church which was built at the end of that century

Nowadays the inhabitants of Santomera are employed mainly in the service industries, in addition to agriculture and cattle breeding

The tourist who visits Santomera will be able to see the 19th century parish church, and the Bendame windmill of Arabic origin, which is to be found in the neighbouring village of Siscar

Further outstanding sights are the manor houses such as the one in Cobatillas which is an old Dominican convent from the 17th century

Among other places of interest are the reservoir of Santomera and the rambla salada (salty gulley) beauty spot, both with delightful scenery

The Moors and Christians festival here has been declared of Regional Tourist Interest and will delight visitors with its colourful parades

The Rosary festival, which takes place on the 7th of October has a minstrel evening and a flamenco festival.


Torrevieja is a city in Spain's southeastern Alicante province, on the Costa Blanca

It’s known for its Mediterranean climate and coastline.

Promenades run along sandy, resort-backed beaches

The tiny Museo del Mar y de la Sal houses exhibits exploring the town’s fishing and salt-mining history.

Inland, the Lagunas de la Mata-Torrevieja Nature Park has trails and 2 salt lakes, one pink and the other green.

Area: 71.44 km²
Weather: 17°C, Wind E at 10 km/h, 60% Humidity
Postal code: 03181 a 03188
Population: 84,213 (2016)