Torrevieja is a delightful place for a walk along the seafront promenade. With 14 kilometers of coastline including golden sandy beaches, quirky statues to discover, beautiful Mediterranean views and boats including a historic submarine to see along the way. It’s an easy flat walk, and there are plenty of bars, restaurants, and kiosks where you can stop for refreshments.
Finfair – Parque de Atracciones de Torrevieja
Paseo de la Libertad Market
In the evenings along the Paseo de la Libertad is the craft market with dozens of stalls selling arts and crafts as well as football shirts, bags, and clothes. It’s lovely to walk around the stalls to see some of the wares on offer which could make interesting souvenirs or mementos of your stay.
Much of the port’s activities today are to do with the salt industry and pleasure boats or sailing as the dependence on fishing declines.
Monument to the Choir Singer, Paseo Vista Alegre
The Monument to the Choir Singer, in Paseo Vista Alegre, was created by sculptor Pedro Llorente in honor of all those connected with the Torrevieja choir.
Paseo Juan Aparicio Promenade
The Paseo Juan Aparicio to Playa Cura, the promenade is lined with restaurants and bars with outside terraces, to choose a spot for a snack or meal.
Bella Lola sitting on a Bench
The iconic sculpture depicting the lonely figure of Bella Lola sitting on a bench and also looking out to sea. She is probably the most photographed lady in Torrevieja as she wistfully waits for her loved one’s return.
Torrevieja Seafront, Alicante, Spain. Get direction