• At a little more than 20 Km from the City, direction Bigastro, via San Miguel de Salinas, Orihuela has 16 Km of coast which alternates between cliffs with transparent waters and prestigious beaches of fine sand: Punta Prima, la Zenia, Cabo Roig, Campoamor, Playa Flamenca, Mil Palmeras...
    Coastal Orihuela occupies a large extension of land with housing developments, a predominance on family homes creates a calm and humanised environment perfectly balanced with green spaces, including the beautiful area of pine trees of "La Dehesa de Campoamor". Orihuela's beaches, year after year, obtain "Bandera Azul" status (Blue Flag), according to the environmental regulation of the European Community, and have all the services necessary to receive tourists and visitors.
    At its beaches, coves and sports ports (Cavo Roig and Campoamor), nautical sports can be practised all year round, thanks to the privileged climate of the area, which assures an average temperature of around 20 º C and more than 300 days of the Sunshine a year. The nautical facilities are complemented with three excellent golf courses just metres from the sea.
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Playas:

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    This is the northernmost beach of Orihuela coast, bordering the neighbouring town of Torrevieja. It is noted for its innovative accessibility, as has a new elevator on the beach which gives direct...

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  • Dehesa de Campoamor

    A series of small creeks gives way to this more open beach of semi-urban aspect. With fine sand and clear waters allowing a proper vision of the sea bottom, it mixes sand and rock,...

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  • Mil Palmeras Beach
    It is located in the southern side of the Region of Orihuela, bordering the...
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  • Cabo Roig Beach (Caleta Beach)

    Sheltered by the cape itself, it can have very calm waters. It is located at the southern end of the Cabo Roig Marina. From this cove the watchtower of Cabo Roig, a declared BIC, is easy to spot....

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  • Capitán Cove

    This is a cove of soft and fine sand, excellent for diving, due to the clear waters that make fish stocks visible. It has an island in the central zone (the Isla del Carmen) that divides the beach...

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  • Barranco Rubio

    It is the longest beach of the Orihuela coast, situated in the area of ​​Campoamor. Its main attraction is played by the interaction of the reddish colour of the cliff, the golden colour of the...

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  • Flamenca Beach (Mosca Cove)

    A small size protected cove with interesting natural features, bordered by two areas of rock that provide the aspect of a very deep bounded bay of fine sand. It is a very peculiar coastal space...

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  • Flamenca Beach (Estaca Cove)

    A quiet Mediterranean cove of fine golden sand sheltered from the swell. Nearby you can find many restaurants, where you can taste delicious dishes. It is one of the five accessible beaches of the...

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  • La Zenia Beach (cerrada Cove)
    It is a sandy cove located in the residential area of La Zenia and easily accessible via the N-332 road. Is it protected by a cliff that protects it, and from where you can enjoy wonderful views...
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  • La Zenia Beach (Bosque Cove)
    This sandy beach has an accessible point staffed by lifeguards that help people with disabilities to take a bath. The accessible point is equipped with a bathroom with shower and adapted clothing...
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