Playa Flamenca

Playa Flamenca Spain Overview - In actual fact, Playa Flamenca could not be described as your typical Spanish village, prior to nineteen seventy two it was only a stretch of interesting but stark seacoast. At the start of nineteen seventies several Flemish investors decided they would build up the area and due to these individuals it's evolved into the widely known resort that it now is. With its refurbished beachfront and pathway, Playa Flamenca is amongst the most appealing destinations on this length of the Alicante seacoast. It is approximately halfway along the cliff path which runs from Torrevieja to Dehesa de Campoamor, meaning it is fun to walk to the fabulous resorts of Cabo Roig, Aguamarina, La Zenia and Punta Prima. Amongst the town's number one attractions is its Saturday street market which happens weekly on the main route of Playa Flamenca, just past the Mercadona supermarket. Local people and tourists alike flock from the surrounding villages to visit this impressive and vibrant market. A variety of items can be obtained on the Playa Flamenca market, from fresh, locally grown vegetables and fruit to sunglasses, bags, flowers, clothing and sweets, don't forget to purchase a freshly spit-roasted chicken on your visit, flavoured with garlic and absolutely yummy. Or maybe get a traditional Spanish paella, that you can observe being cooked at the roadside. Holidaymakers looking to sunbathe should of course head for the seafront. For pubbing, shops and dining you could pop along to Via Park I and II coupled with the Flamenca Beach commercial centre. During the evenings here you are able to join in a pub quiz, watch a live show, join in with karaoke, watch the latest TV sport or just enjoy a drink. You can also discover dining establishments featuring meals from all over the world. With the locale benefiting from around three hundred days of sun each year, it's no surprise that the weather is one of the key things that Playa Flamenca has to offer. The best of the conditions are throughout the months of June through October and this is when the region truly starts to hum with visitors from Europe and Spain itself heading for the town. Even so the wintertime months still offer up fine weather conditions, which means it is a favourite area for wintertime vacations for people eager to have a break from the long dark winters of the countries of Northern Europe. Therefore to make the most of of the sun, book your holiday in Playa Flamenca Spain. Another important reason why folks opt to visit Playa Flamenca is to take advantage of the superb golf courses based locally. In fact golf players are adequately catered for in this region with the 3 Orihuela Costa golf courses, Club de Golf Campoamor, Las Ramblas and Villa Martin easy to access as well as Lo Romero Golf at Campoverde, La Marquesa Golf at Rojales, the La Finca course at Algorfa, the Las Colinas Golf and Country Club at San Miguel de Salinas along with the varied courses in the nearby Murcia region. We recommend Villamartin Golf as the top golf course for those staying in Playa Flamenca. The area boasts first class transport links with both the N-332 or the AP-7 autopista in close proximity, by using these routes Alicante airport is forty two miles drive whilst Murcia airport is 25 kilometres away.

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