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Houses for sale in Costa Blanca South, Orihuela Costa, Villamartin, Torrevieja

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Costa Blanca, the white coastline, stretches from Denia in the north, to Cartagena in the south. The area has one of the best climates in Europe, which makes it easy to perform outside activities all year round. The temperature in the summer is between 25 and 35 degrees centigrade. In the few winter months, between 10 and 20 degrees centigrade.

Sunny days 300-320 a year
Partly cloudy days 20-40 a year
Rainy days 15-25 a year

The airport, which is the third largest in Spain, is situated in Alicante by the coast. There are daily flights to most major airports in Europe. From the north both buses and trains are available to the airport, from the south, buses only.

The road system in Costa Blanca is one of the best and most developed in the whole country. It takes from 30 to 90 minutes to drive from the airport to the different destinations in Costa Blanca.


This is the capital of the "Vega Baja" (known as the fertile lowlands) region of Alicante Located 20 km inland from the Orihuela Costa beaches and framed by breathtaking, stunning views from the monastery perched high on the mountain.

Orihuela has a large cultural heritage with its numerous Baroque churches and monasteries and is also is a thriving busy city with many shops and restaurants. It is famous for its wealth of fiestas and celebrations which include hosting the largest medieval market in Spain (February), Semana Santa procession (Easter), Moors & Christians (July) and sporting events such as the ¨La Vuelta de España¨ cycle race.


Do you Love The Sun??

The Orihuela Costa (Alicante province) enjoys the benefits of a Mediterranean climate and is claimed to be one of the healthiest places on earth to live (W.H.O Statistics), with approximately 320 days of sunshine each year and an average annual temperature of around 20 ºC, low pollution and very low rainfall. Temperatures can very easily soar during July and August to around 40ºC and occasionally even higher. In the winter, daytime temperatures are between 15ºC and 25ºC and rarely fall below double figures, but in the evening, temperatures can drop significantly.

Nearest Airports:
Murcia San Javier (MJV) approx 20 minutes (South)
Alicane (ALC ) approx 50mins (North)
Corvera airport opening (2013) approx 50mins (South/Inland)

Road Access: A7 / AP7 (AP roads are toll roads motorways ) and the N332 (National)

Do you Love The Sun & Shopping ??

In the new shopping centre "Zenia Boulevard" you will find more then 150 commercials on 160.000 qm and 5.000 parking spaces for free, it is the biggest commercial centre in the province of Alicante !!


The Orihuela Costa lies on the most Southern point of the Costa Blanca and comprises of roughly 16 km of fine sandy beaches, rocky coves and sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean, stretching from Punta Prima (just south of Torrevieja) and taking in Playa Flamenca, La Zenia, Cabo Roig, Villamartin, Campoamor and Mil Palmeras, including their many urbanisations (housing and shopping developments) along the way.

Holidaymakers and those who live here full time come from all over Europe and beyond, due to the fine climate and the choice of hundreds of bars, cafes and restaurants with entertainment to suit all tastes. They are also attracted to the wonderful safe, clean and well maintained "blue flag" Orihuela Costa beaches, which have lifeguards in July, August & September . The beaches provide the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing sunbath and swim in the crystal clear cooling waters of the Mediterranean.,

The region offers high adrenaline adventure for those in need of some excitement, with scuba diving, sailing classes, or more gentle pursuits, like sea fishing, walking and just relaxing. If sailing is your passion the area has numerous marinas along the coast from Torrevieja to the Mar Menor.

Get fit walking along the scenic costal path that stretches the whole 16kms of the Orihuela Costa providing you with stunning views of the Mediterranean, the coastline and the towns in the distance, particularly beautiful at sunrise and often with magical sunsets.

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It is both historical and modern in equal parts; the castle de Santa Barbara on top of the Monte Benecantil, the Cathedral San Nicolas de Bari located in the heart of the old quarter and the Baroque Town Hall all contribute to the historical parts of the city.

If you like it modern, Alicante is a haven for shoppers with the very popular, chic “El Corte Ingles” department store and is home to many boutique stores. It has an amazing nightlife with a great nightclub and theatre scene.

Each summer the city is renowned all over the country for the Hougeras fiesta (the San Juan Bonfires)


A breathtaking city set in a palm forest of over 200.000 palm trees, Elche is steeped in history and declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000. Dating back to the 12th century the historic quarter of Elche preserves part of its Muslim past yet hosting all that is modern in its attitude to shopping, dining out and nightlife. The city is famous for its leather footwear factories, calming and exquisite botanical gardens and the Palmeral from the Azure Blue Dome of the Basilica. The city bursts into a fiesta on the 13th of August to celebrate the Lady of Elche “Nit de Lálba in Elche” with an incredible firework display like no other.

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Has been the capital of the Spanish Navy´s Maritime Department (of the Mediterranean) since the 18th century. Located on the Mediterranean in the region of Murcia, lies the naval port of Cartagena, influenced by the Romans and today a docking destination of the cruise liners. The city has many historical walking routes to visit attractions like the amphitheatre, the Peral submarine and Naval museum, in addition to the quiet side-street cafés, boutique shops and the modern promenade. The main festival takes place in the last two weeks of September, called Cartagineses and Romans based on the second Punic War on characters such as Hannibal and his winning rival Cornelius Scipio.


Murcia city is ca 45 min driving from Alicante airport, 15 min. from the new Murcia international airport (opens 2013)

Capital of the region of Murcia, the city is an inland treasure with the historic splendour of the town centre Cathedral Santa Maria and the high-end shopping at the Uber-cool El Corte Ingles Store. The costal areas and beaches are know as the Costa Calida and it even has its own sea, the Mar Menor (Europes largest lagoon), not to forget the very picturesque and tranquil Calblanque nature reserve located on the coast near Cabo de Palos & La Manga Golf, the luxurious extravagant playground of the footballers of many European football clubs.

Murcia is also great for attractions boasting a “Terra Natura Park” and wide selection of golf courses.

As a golfplayer you are in the right spot with plenty of nice private golf cources where you and your family can enjoy 315 sunny days a year by the pool or play golf on a cource designed of Jack Niclaus or other famous golf arcitects, all in nice soroundings.

Its wine regions of Yecla, Jumilla & Bullas are noted for producing some of the finest wines in the world.

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Mar Menor - Lo Pagan "Muds" Las Salinas for therapeutic treatment

< Get stinky at the mud baths for FREE - recommended to cure all types of skin problems acne, abscesses, stimulate the cure of cicatrisations, eliminate the toxins lymphatic's, is an anti-inflammatory in case of rheumatism, arthritis, rehabilitation after a bone fracture etc…

The deep ground of the Salt Laguna's are hiding a real treasure of medical sediments

If you received this treatment in a hotel or spa it would cost a fortune, so get it here and relax afterwards at one of the Mar Menors tranquil coastal villages such as San Pedro, Sandiago de la Ribera or Los Alcázares

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Torrevieja ( the old tower )

Historically, Torrevieja was built on the strength and prosperity of the salt lakes and was once a sleepy fishing village. It was destroyed by an earthquake in 1829, rebuilt and has subsequently become one of the best known resorts on the southern Costa Blanca , with a population reaching into the 200.000´s and much higher at holiday and Fiesta times. Torrevieja is famous for its Salt Lakes which are still today, a major producer of salt, Which is shipped world wide. It is suggested that the salt lakes contribute to the wonderful healthy climate in this area.

Torrevieja is a real melting pot of cultures, not just by its international feel, but due to its mix of new and old Spanish attitudes. Traditions such as the siesta is still an important aspect of Spanish lifestyle, so don’t expect much in the way of shopping or business between 2 and 5 pm!

The town is a vibrant, eclectic mix of locals and foreigners alike and is probably the best known resort in the Costa Blanca after Benidorm. Torrevieja is one of the fastest growing towns in Spain attracting a plethora of visitors from all around the globe and is one of the most established travel destinations known to Europeans on the Southern Costa Blanca

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Used to be an old fishermans village, these days it is a tourist magnet with beautiful sandy beaches and a lot to offer. Calpe`s landmark is ”Ifach”; a 332 m tall rock which is now a natural reserve. The peak can be reached by a tunnel through the rock. From here the view is panoramic. On a clear day, you can see all the way to Ibiza.

Calpe has a fantastic combination of old venetian culture and moderen tourist attractions. You can enjoy one of the beautiful beaches, or go on an adventurous hike. When it comes to sightseeing,the old town center, close to the arabic quarters, is a good place to start. The old ruins and the church ”Iglesia Vieja” are well worth seeing. This church is the only one left from mudejargotic architecture in the Valencia region. In the centre of town you will also find the Archological and Fiesta museums.

Calpe has a nice moderen marina which is situated by the old fishing docks. From here you can get on a boat around Calpe rock, to Benidorm. In order to get a glimpse of the coast line and local places, you can take the train between Alicante and Denia. The train stops in both Calpe and Altea/Albir.


Stretches between Calpe and Moraira. The curvy coast road is similar to the roads on the french riviera. The area is mountainous and green, with lots of villas. Many refer to it as the real and authentic Spain.


Moraira was a small fishing village. Today it has a beatiful yacht marina, lots of restaurants, and a small but cosy town atmosphere. Behind Moraira lies the big and impressive mountain plateau of ”Cumbre del Sol”. The majority of the residents of Moraira are german, swiss and dutch.

Costa Blanca, the white coastline, stretches from Denia in the north, to Cartagena in the south. The area has one of the best climates in Europe, which makes it easy to perform outside activities all year round. The temperature in the summer is between 25 and 35 degrees centigrade. In the few winter months, between 15 and 25 degrees centigrade.

  • Sunny days 300-320 a year
  • Partly cloudy days 20-40 a year
  • Rainy days 15-25 a year

The airport, which is the third largest in Spain, is situated in Alicante by the coast. There are daily flights to most major airports in Europe.
From the north both buses and trains are available to the airport, from the south, buses only.
The road system in Costa Blanca is one of the best and most developed in the whole country.
It takes from 30 to 90 minutes to drive from the airport to the different destinations in Costa Blanca.

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Alfaz del Pi is stretching out from the Albir beach in the east, to Sierra Helada in the south and Benidorm in the west.
Alfaz del Pi is an international place. People from more than 100 nations are living in this comunity, there are 18000 people registred in Alfaz del Pi . About 6000 norwegians live here.

Most norwegians know the name Alfaz del Pi, as they started purchasing properties here in the 60 s Alfaz del Pi has the biggest concentration of norwegian people in Spain. The climate and the well organized norwegian network, with 2 norwegian schools, the Norwegian Club, the Church etc etc. , is the reason why norwegians still seek this area for a shorter or a longer stay. Beside the norwegian dominance you also find dutch, english, and german colonies.

Playa de Albir invites to fishing and watersports, the beach in Albir is covered with round white stones, in total 6 km towards Altea. Albir is a small and ”new” city, The recidential buildings are maximum 5 floors high, it has a good variety of retaurants and shopping. It has only a few hotels which makes Albir much more quiet than Benidorm which is only 6 km away. Albir is on of the busiest places on Costa Blanca in the winter months. The beach promenade ”Paseo de las Estrellas” is decorated with stars engraved with names of well known actors, and is linked to the annual film festival which brings famous actors and visitors to the area.


La Nucia comunity stretches like a banana behind Benidorm, Alfaz del Pi and Altea This community is leaning towards the south with the 1200 m high mountains in the background Most of its area is built with villas and townhouses, in very green suroundings. La Nucia has more than 70 urbanisations and a center in the north towards Polop, with a well conserved older town built around the big church. A large antique market is arranged here every Sunday.

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Benidorm - the city that has everything. This vibrating town has a complete specter of services and facilities to please the millions of national and international tourists visiting every year.
Benidorm is known for its skyline, it’s the biggest concentration of skyscrapers outside Manhattan It has Europe’s highest hotel, 57 floors, 235 m and the highest residential building 48 floors 195 meters.

The city is divided in two parts, Playa Poniente and Playa Levante, both parts with long sandy beaches.
On the beaches there is a large amount of restaurants, cafeterias and bars with terraces where you can relax and enjoy life, the view and the climate. Isla de Benidorm is an island pointing at these two beaches. There is a ferry to the island. The south facing beach is 5 km long, with beautiful tiled promenades, with a nice view over the coastline all the way to Alicante Canafali is the name of the mountain jewel which divides the beaches in two; here is also the old town In the old town of Benidorm they have kept the old style, it`s hidden between the two beaches with their tall buildings. Here you will find tapas bars and shops with Spanish specialties.

Benidorm is a 24 hour experience, at night a monumental geyser of water and lights rise from the sea. You can choose between more than 50 fiestas every year in this pulsating city.

As most spanish tourist areas, you will also find markets and plenty of shops.
The market is every Wednesday and Sunday on the big square outside Hotel

Just outside the town center you will find

  • Terra Mitica, Europe’s biggest amusement park
  • Terra Natural, Animal Park
  • Aqualandia and Mundomar water park and Dolphins Park
  • 3 big golf courses with sea view, 2 designed by Jack Nicklaus
  • Asia Garden, 5 star oriental hotel and restaurant
  • Villaitania, 5 star hotel with 99 rooms, built like a city surrounded by golf courses
  • shoppingsenteret " La Marina"


The communes of Finestrat and Villajoyosa are the closest neighbours to Benidorm on the south-west side.
Most people assume that the beach, ”La Cala” with a brand new area of wide streets that are nicely decorated with trees, is a part of Benidorm. However, it is actually a part of Finestrat.
The beautiful old town of Finestrat, is situated close to both the ocean and the mountains. It has a wonderful view and a distinct architecture, which is influenced by Arabia, as well as a whole town containing of houses that are tiled with stone. All by the foot of the mountain ”Puig Campana”.

Villajoyosa is the historic capital of the ”Marina Baixa” district. With its colourful houses, it attracts a lot of tourists every year.

A visit to the harbour in the afternoon, offers a possibility to see the catch of the day be auctioned at te market. The ”Doctor Esquerdo” boulevard, stretches along the wide beach upon which the town has been built.
The history of the town can be viewed at the annual ”Moors and Christians” fiesta which is held in july.
The local chocolate manufacturers have a long history. The ethnic museum situated in ”Casa Cultura” has equipment used by chocolatiers through centuries. The local factories welcome tourists.

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Polop is as spectacular as its surounded places, With its well known fountain Els Xorrets, with the best drinking water in the area, the city has a square with 221open taps with fresh fountain water.

The Church, with its special church tower is also easy to spot from the suroundings.
The graveyard is built on top of what is left of a Maurisk castle.
It was in this city the spanish author Gabriel Miro find his inspiration

It has 2000 inhabitants and makes Polop the typical small spanish city you want to visit.
It is located only 15 minutes driving from the Medeteranian ocean.
The city also have a net of mountain walking roads, one of the best in this part of Spain every Sunday is the antik market.


The historical mountain village Guadalest, the eagels Nest carved into the top of a mountain, its a nice senery , and from the top you have a ocean view.
The city is devided in to areas, which both is listed as historical in Spain. Arrabla, the modern part is situated on one side of the mountain, There is a big varity of art shops, one of the biggest collection of "Lladro" in Spain is here.

On the mountain is the castle, the only entrance is thru a tunnel in the mountain, on the other side there is 400meter straight down to a lake which is the tab water for La Nucia and Alfaz. The castle is also protected by a wall from the mid century. The city have a town hall and a school, and 200 inhabitants.There is some miniatur museums which is intresting to take a closer look at. Guadalest is the secound moust visited turist atraction in Spain


The area with fountains and waterfalls and the fruit “loquat”. The catolik church “San Juan Bautista”, built in the 18 century is on the highest part of this city.
The river Algar passes to rough terrain and makes a waterfall "fuentes Algar".
On the top of a nearby mountain is the castle Bernia built in the 17 century to protect the city against pirates bygd i det 18. -århundre hviler på den høyeste delen av dette historiske by senteret.

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The streets and the buildings in Denia are the result of a long human existence and the cultures that have influenced the town. Cartagenans, Romans, Arabs, Iberians and the Cristians have marked Denia

The town was captured by the Christians in 1244, but still have a small muslim population

It was reacquired by the Spanish crown in 1803, after which Denia gained an increasingly important role as trading port. A community of English raisin traders lived in Denia from 1800 until the time of the Spanish Civil War in the late 1930s.

Denia is a busy city that also is an important tourist magnet. From the city center in a northern direction you will find approx. 15 km of white sandy beaches.

The old Fish quarter in the town is well kept with its whitewashed low buildings.

Denia has an important harbour with ferrys to Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera.

The castle from the 16th century is the tallest building, 58 meters. It has an archeologic museum with items from 200 years B.C.

The local small railway train, also called ”the citronexpress” starts here and ends in Alicante.

Marques de Campo street is the place so sit down and relax in one of its street cafes.

There are to big golfresorts around the city, one with its own beach.

Denia and Javea has always been very popular with the english and german people.

The most famous fiesta is the arab and christian celebration in august. Saint Hans, 24th of june is also celebrated with big fireworks on the beach.


Javea is situated between two points, the Cape La Nao and the Cape San Antonio.

Has one old town, the newer town is build beside the old and are maximum 5 floors tall. Around the city and in the hills there are villas.

The area has many farms with olive and citrus trees

The Nature Park Montego has the highest point in the region 750 meters

Since the 1970s Xàbia/Jávea has become a popular place for affluent Northern European expatriates to purchase retirement villas and the town has an active property industry. Around 7,700 British nationals are registered as resident in the area,[3] as well as some 2,000 Germans[3] and many other nationalities. The town's population is now around 31,100;[3] but this is greatly swelled to well over 100,000 by the annual influx of summer tourists, with Spanish tourists predominating at the height of August.

The island of Ibiza lies some 90 km to the east, and it can be seen on clear days

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The name Altea originated from the Greek name “Altahia” which means “I am healing”. This area has a long history; Items have been found in Altea la Vella and Cap Negret which come from the Iberian people back from the 5th century to the first century B. C. In the 15th century, Altea was nearly unpopulated people because of the pirates that attacked the city “Church square is the center of the old town"; where you will find the famous church with the blue dome. The church is from the 16th century, but because of wars it was rebuilt at the end of the 18th century. In the sixties Altea was a "bohemian city" with residence for many artists from whole of Europe.

The old town of Altea has kept its old atmosphere with coupled streets, which lead you up to the church place. The white painted buildings give you the feeling of a Spanish Mediterranean city. There are a lot of people in the church place. Altea is transferred to a meeting point with many first class restaurants where you can choose from local dishes. The famous Paella, or international delicacies. Altea has for many years inspired painters, writers and musicians.

The seafront promenade is 2 km long with restaurants of all choices. While Altea does not have the hustle and such as typical of other coastal tourist towns, you will never be bored. Altea offers recreational activities, sailing, diving, windsurfing, regattas, water skiing, and fishing available at either of its two marinas: the Port of Altea and the Puerto Deportivo Campomanes. Altea has over 5 Km of beaches and it is not hard to find a secluded beach. Altea’s demanding Golf Don Cayo, situated in the living area Sierra Altea, offers extraordinary sea and mountain views.

Every Tuesday there is a market in Altea. There is a big selection of fruit, vegetables, gifts, clothes and shoes. Artists are showing their paintings.

On the highest point in the city, the church place, there is nice view to Calpe (El Penon de Ifach) in the north, the beach, the ocean, Albir, Sierra Helada, and the skyscrapers in Benidorm in the south.

Altea is without a doubt one of the most charming towns to be found on Spain's Costa Blanca with its combination of old and new.
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The Orihuela Costa, Torrevieja, Murcia & Alicante hold some of the Southern Costa Blanca´s finest jewels including popular golfing resorts offering luxury at affordable prices.

In the Orihuela Costa area we have a wide variety of golf courses that cover everything from tight woodland courses (Las Ramblas) to long championship courses such as La Finca, Club Real de Campoamor and Villamartin, Las Colinas. There really is something here for every standard of golfer, from beginner to professional championship players.

Spain is Europe´s best golf destination - some recommended courses in Alicante:

Club de Golf Oliva Nova
962 857 818 Urbanization Oliva Nova Golf 46780 Oliva
Club de Golf La Sella Denia
966 454 252 Alquería de Ferrando s/n 03749 Jesús Pobre-Dénia
Club De Golf De Javea
965 792 584 Ctra. Benitachell 4 03739 Xabia / Javea
Club de Golf Ifach
966 497 114 Urbanización San Jaime, Ctra. Moraira-Calpe, km 3, 03720 Benissa
Club de Golf Don Cayo
965 848 046 Urb. Sierra de Altea Golf 03590 Altea la Vieja
Real De Faula – Golf 966 813 013 Av. Eduardo Zaplana Hernández-Soro Partida del Moralet 03500 Benidorm
Club de Golf de Bonalba
965 955 955 Partida de Bonalba, s/n 03110 Mutxamel
Alicante Golf
965 152 043 Avda. Locutor Vicente Hipólito, 37, La Condomina 03540 Playa San Juan
Club de Golf Alenda 965 620 521 Autovía Alicante-Madrid, km 15 03670 Monforte del Cid Alicante
Campo de Golf El Plantío
965 189 115 Ctra. Antigua Alicante-Elx, km 3, (close to Alicante Airport) 03114 Alicante
Golf & Country Club La Marquesa
966714258 Avda. Justo Quesada, s/n (near Guardamar de la Segura) 03170 Rojales
La Finca Algorfa Golf
966729010 Ctra. Algorfa-Los Montesinos, km 3, Finca La Rellana, 03169 Algorfa
Club de Golf Las Ramblas de Orihuela 966774728 Ctra. Alicante-Cartagena, km 48, Urb. Las Ramblas 03189 Orihuela Costa
Real Club de Golf Campoamor 965320410 Ctra. Cartagena-Alicante, km 48 03189 Orihuela Costa
Campo de Golf Villamartín 966765170 Ctra. Alicante-Cartagena, km 50, Urb. Villamartín 03189 Orihuela Costa
Altorreal Golf
968 648 018 Avenida Golf, S/N, Urbanizacion Altorreal, 30506 Molina de Segura
Club de Golf Hacienda del Alamo SL 966 265 034 Avenida de Hacienda del Álamo, 11 30560 Fuente Álamo de Murcia
United Golf Resort La Tercia 968 104 499 Avda. Sierra de los Villares 97 30590 Lo Gea y Truyols
El Valle Golf Resort 968 033 002 Autovia San Javier - Murcia km. 4 30155 Baños y Mendigo
Mosa Golf Murcia 968 607 209 Colegio Publico Baños Y Mendigo, Carril Padillas, S/N 30155 Murcia
La Torre Golf Resort 968 032 240 Calle Anchoa 6 30709 Balsicas
Saurines de La Torre Golf 968 612 797 Las Terrazas de La Torre, 30709 Balsicas
Hacienda Riquelme Golf Resort 968 038 051 Sucina 30709 Balsicas
Mar Menor Golf Resort 968 041 765 Urb Mar Menor 30700 Torre Pacheco
LA Manga Club 968331234 Urb La Manga Golf Cartagena
Roda Golf & Beach Resort 968 191 175 Avda. Balsicas, 2. Los Narejos Urbanizaciones, Los Alcázares, 30730 San Javier
Condado de Alhama golf Resort 968 328 008 Urb Condo de Alhama 30840 Alhama
Real Club de Regatas de  Alicante

max. 9.0 m

96 521 3600


Costa Blanca Yacht Club

max. 9.0 m

96 514 4491


Club Nautico Costa Blanca

max. 3.0 m

96 526 6986


Club Nautico de Altea

max. 5.0 m

96 584 2185


Mascarat Luis Campomanes

max. 5.0 m

96 584 2200


Benidorm Yacht Club

max. 10.0 m

96 585 3067

Benidor.0 m

Club Nautico de Benidor.0 m

max. 5.0 m

96 585 3067


Les Bassetes Harbour

max. 14.0 m

96 583 1213


Darsena Puerto Blanco

max. 3.5 m

96 583 1337


Club Nautico de Calpe

max. 5.0 m

96 583 1809


Darsena de la Illeta

max. 5.0 m

96 563 1748


Club Nautico de Javea

max. 3.0 m

96 573 0350


Denia Yacht Club

max. 3.0 m

96 578 0945


Club Nautico de Javea

max. 2.0 m

96 579 1025


Club Nautico de Moraira

max. 7.5 m

96 574 4319


Moraira Yacht Club

max. 7.5 m

96 574 4461


Club Nautico Dehesa de Campoamor

max. 2.5 m

96 532 0386


Cabo Roig Sports Marina

max. 2.5 m

96 667 0574


Puerto Deportivo de Cabo Roig

max. 4.0 m

96 676 0176

Pilar de la Horadada

Club Nautico Torre de la Horadada

max. 3.5

96 535 1687

Pilar de la Horadada

Sociedad Deportiva Club  Nautico

max. 5.0 m

96 541 2403

Santa Pola

Club Nautico de Torrevieja

max. 9.0 m

96 571 0108


Sport Marina International

max. 9.0 m

96 571 3605


Royal Yacht Club

max. 9.0 m

96 571 0112


Puerto de Villajoyosa

max. 7.0 m

96 589 3606