Costa Blanca South Attractions
Costa Blanca south events and attractions, things to see and places to go.
Events and Attractions on the Costa Blanca South
Costa Blanca South Events and Attractions:
Costa Blanca Attractions - Cabo Roig Strip: For one of the finest selections of restaurants in the Orihuela Costa area, head for the "strip" in Cabo Roig. Here you can try all sorts of cuisines, from the traditional Spanish tapas and main meals, through English, Irish, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Hungarian, mexican and much, much more. There are also plenty of bars on the strip in Cabo Roig, all with different themes and for those with different tastes, you can play bingo, do a quiz, sing karaoke, watch live music, or simply relax and enjoy the buzzing Cabo Roig atmosphere. So when you have enjoyed the daytime sunshine, relaxed on the beach and returned to your holiday apartment to change and prepare for your evening, head along to Cabo Roig strip, one of the main attractions of this popular resort.
Costa Blanca Attractions - Campoamor Beach: Probably the biggest attraction for visitors to the Orihuela Costa resort of Campoamor (also called Dehesa de Campoamor) is its fine sandy beach. Campoamor actually have several beaches. The main beach in Campoamor is called Playa de la Glea, the other is called Playa Barranco Rubio. Campoamor is at the southern end of the Orihuela Costa between Mil Palmeras and Cabo Roig.
Costa Blanca Attractions - Campoverde Attractions - The Rio Seco Walk: Activity: Hiking, near El Pinar de Campoverde, Valencia (Spain). Distance: 2.58 miles. Elevation min: 63 metres, max: 142 metres Accum. up: 49 metres. Beautiful round trip of 5 Km in total. It departs from the recreational area of Pinar de Campoverde, where you can get information. Suitable for Families with children not at risk. At the end (half of the tour) and before you return, you can visit the Cueva Ahumada, in front, crossing the road about 20 metres to the right. Campoverde Map.
Costa Blanca Attractions - Pilar de la Horadada Fiestas and Events: Among the most popular events on the Costa Blanca are local fiestas, here are some for the town of Pilar de la Horadada in the south of the region: January events in Pilar de la Horadada - Appartition of the Virgin, Cavalcade of the Magi, Fiesta of San Antonio Abad. February events in Pilar de la Horadada - The Annual Carnival. March events in Pilar de la Horadada - No events of note. April events in Pilar de la Horadada - Easter celebrations. May events in Pilar de la Horadada - The Pilgrimage of San Isidro, Coronation of Our Lady of the Pilar. June events in Pilar de la Horadada - Bonfires of San Juan, Theatre Week, Corpus Christi. July events in Pilar de la Horadada - Anniversary of the creation of the municipality. August events in Pilar de la Horadada - Various local events. September events in Pilar de la Horadada - Election of the Festival Queen. October events in Pilar de la Horadada - Valencia Day, Festival of Our Lady the Virgin of Pilar. November events in Pilar de la Horadada - No major events. December events in Pilar de la Horadada - Christmas celebrations and presents.
Costa Blanca Attractions - Playa Flamenca Market: One of the biggest attractions in the Costa Blanca resort of Playa Flamenca, the wonderful Saturday street market attracts people from all over the area. Lining the main road through the residential areas of Playa Flamenca this wonderful street market has a huge range of products on offer, with fresh fruit and vegetables, the main attraction, but also leather goods, shoes, handbags etc, cakes and sweets, nut, pickled products, gifts, clothes, plants and much much more. When the weather is pleasant it makes a nice morning out, but be warned in the summer time it can get very hot, and very packed, so can be unpleasant, the best advice, is to get there early and get away promptly, then head to Playa Flamenca beach, where the heat is not such a problem. Perfect if you are staying in any or the Orihuela Costa resorts, which are gathered around Playa Flamenca, the Saturday market should certainly be on your list of places to visit. You will not need to be staying in Playa Flamenca exclusively to visit the market, people flock from many surrounding resorts and areas such as Zeniamar, La Zenia, Punta Prima, Los Balcones, Cabo Roig, Los Altos, Campoamor and Los Dolses among others.
Costa Blanca Attractions - Novelda Castle (Castillo de la Mola): The castle in Novelda is located on a small plateau known as La Mola bordered by the river Vinalopó. At its side is the Sanctuary of Santa Maria Magdalena, in the region of Vinalopó Mitjà (Vinalopó Medium). The Castle dates from the Moorish period on an earlier Roman structure. Mola Castle in Novelda is open in the summer from 10.00am to 2.00pm and from 5.00pm to 8.00pm, winter times differ slightly.