Holidays to Orihuela
One of Alicante's largest regions, Orihuela spans diverse terrain from a coastal resort to a medieval city, with stunning natural landscape in between. As one of Spain's largest cultural spots, home to the renowned poet Hernandez, its history draws plenty of culture vultures in from far and wide. But with 16kms of coastline to explore, there's plenty of chance for relaxing or watersports on the sandy shores and lively tapas bars on every corner.
A popular beach with holidaymakers, this narrow sandy cove with clear waters is well connected with a nearby bus stop.
Awarded a Blue Flag for its fine sand and clean water, this beach is backed by a long promenade and relaxed restaurants.
El Salvador Cathedral
An important 14th Century Gothic church, first considered a cathedral in 1564 when the city was granted its bishopric.
Museum of Religious Art
Housed in the city's main cathedral, you'll find major works like 'The Temptation of Saint Thomas' by Velazquez here.
Risk takers should head to the casino to try their luck at blackjack or roulette or just admire the lovely tiled patio.
Head into the centre to browse unique boutiques, the weekly morning markets on Tuesday and Saturday or the Ociopia Mall.
A traditional Spanish way of eating where you order small sharing plates like padron peppers and croquets to the table.
Beach street food
If you're at the Orihuela Costa during August don't miss the Food Truck Street Market serving fast gourmet gastronomy.
Spaniards tend to eat late so you can easily stay up enjoying authentic food and drinking Spanish wine past midnight.
Unleash your inner Latina and head to one of the salsa bars in the town centre for a night full of dancing and sangria.
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