Holidays to Villajoyosa
A 15 minute drive south of Benidorm on the east coast of Spain, Villajoyosa, known locally as La Vila, has more than 3km of white sandy beaches, with clean and clear Mediterranean waters. As well as tourism, it’s known for its chocolate manufacturing, producing a product that is highly regarded around the world – the proper, grown up stuff. The old quarter of town is striking, with tall, colourfully painted houses.
Playa del Torres
A small, unspoilt, relatively quiet beach on the Costa Blanca. It has a hilly backdrop and an uninterrupted horizon.
So called as historically it was a place where students gathered. Today there’s a café and a sand and shingle shore.
Church of the Assumption
This church was originally a fortress and dates back 16th Century. Inside you’ll find a beautiful Baroque altar.
The Old Quarter
Walk around the cobbled streets of the oldest part of town and you’ll see multicoloured houses and a viaduct.
Valor Chocolate Museum
The smell draws you in at first, and then you are captivated by the production processes, vintage tins and history.
About 15 minutes up the road in Benidorm is Spain’s biggest theme park – a must if you’re holidaying with children.
As you’d expect in a town that has the Mediterranean on its doorstep, the freshest fish is caught and cooked daily.
Arròz a banda
A rice dish that’s cooked with fish stock and hot chili peppers. Often served with fresh grilled squid.
Head up to nearby Benidorm for a wide selection of nightclubs – try Daytona and the Palladium.
There are lots of places to stop by and enjoy a drink and a morsel – try Ca Marta and Taverna El Posit for starters.
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