: Murcia 30 km, Alicante 45 km
: Punta Prima
: La Manga,Campo Amor,Villa Martin,La Finca Algorfa
Car: not necessary
Visit Punta Prima and take advantage of all it has to offer! Discover many bays, beaches and lagoons on the nearby coast. Torrevieja is famous for its natural salt lakes, which surround the region and create a wonderful micro climate all year long.
This is a paradise with golf, water sports, sailing, horseback riding, go-kart, bowling, night markets, and a permanent fair. Enjoy picnics under the shade of palm groves, large beaches with cafes and playgrounds for children, a coastal walkway, many restaurants, bars, attractions, boutiques, markets, beaches, marina, a water park and water sports. A bit further, visit Alicante and its castle, Elche and its palm grove, as well as the historic Orihuela. Golf lovers will be satisfied because just a few minutes’ drive away, there are more than 5 well-designed courses ranging from the easy to very difficult. There are many opportunities to play water sports along the coast.
There is scuba diving near the Tabarca Islands, next to the Torrevieja coast on the south of Costa Blanca. There is an underwater wreck and reef diving. La Manga and Cabo de Palos are close to Islas Hormigas (the marine reserve). During winter the temperatures are at least 13° C and are more than 29° C in summer with a minimum visibility of 15 to 25 metres. The underwater landscape is spectacular and there are diving sites for both experienced and beginner divers. This region is very popular among divers, and there is wind-surfing and water skiing on Menor Sea. Other activities: water park and go-karting.
Golf: The region is perfect for golfing with 4 courses less than 15 minutes away by car, and many more such as the world renowned La Manga nearby. Las Ramblas is spectacular and difficult with its narrow greens, water obstacles, hills and many other challenges. The course is sheltered with an amazing view. The Campo Amor was built on an old property and is green and luxurious with ornamental plants and Mediterranean vegetation. This golf course is open all year and is long and varied with many difficult holes, but is not as difficult as Villa Martin. There is a fantastic view of the region from the club house. The Villa Martin is very well designed and was home to the 1994 Mediterranean Open. It is without a doubt one of the best golf courses in Costa Blanca and has been seamlessly integrated into its natural surroundings with greens that require careful study in order to play well. The Finca Algorfa is a new course with a large variety of greens ranging from small to large. Lakes and streams accentuate the beauty and difficulty of the course.