Santiago de la Ribera

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Santiago de la Ribera beach

Santiago de la Ribera is a tourist village on the coast of the Mar Menor, close to San Javier.

It has an attractive esplanade flanked by palm trees that run the length of the beach, but still at its heart this is a fishing village with an excellent sailing club and water sport schools.

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The Costa Cálida

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Mar Menor from the airNestling between the Costa Blanca and Andalucía, the Costa Cálida is one of the least known and most unspoilt areas of Spain - guaranteed to give you a taste of  'real Spain'. With over 315 days of sunshine every year, it is little wonder that they named it the warm coast, and the unspoilt inland waters of the Mar Menor - the largest natural lagoon in Europe - offer safe and warm water for bathing all year round.

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Torrevieja

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The city of Torrevieja covers 71.44 square kilometres.  It is estimated that only half of the 101,380 population are Spanish and of the 52,920 foreign residents in Torrevieja 12.5% are of British origin (6,400), the rest originating from Germany, Sweden, Russia, Colombia, Ukraine, Morocco and Norway.

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Villamartin Area Information

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villamartin, AlicanteVillamartin is a prestigious golf course development, which lies to the south of Alicante on the Costa Blanca (White Coast), within one hour’s drive of the airport.



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Villaricos Village

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VillricosVillaricos is a simple fishing village, perched precariously between the Sierra Almagrera and the sea and flanked by the Almanzora River. With a history that dates back to Neolithic times, Villaricos was once a great Phoenician port.  In the 19th century the village was a silver mining town and now it is a very pretty traditional fishing village.

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