This walk to, and along Avenida de las Cortes Valencianas provides readers with some handy information on things to see and places to visit along the way such as tapas bars, theme bars, shops and wholesalers including the popular British supermarket Iceland. Find out more here.
Being the main road through the centre of the city, Avenida de las Habaneras has much to offer visitors who take the time to walk along it. Aside from it being the location of the city’s bus terminal, there are some fantastic tapas bars that are a fraction of the price compared to those on the beach front. Find out more here.
A walk along Calle Ramon Gallud will reward visitors with one of the best value tapas restaurants in the city, Euro Mania. It also seems to be where a lot of Torrevieja’s pizza takeaways are located, and is home to the fantastic La Marisqueria seafood restaurant. Find out more here.
The city’s picturesque beach front promenade, Paseo Maritimo Juan Aparicio is by far the most popular walk in the city. Evenings are a great time for a stroll here, enjoying the cool sea breeze, chatting over a few drinks and deciding on which of the excellent restaurants to choose. Find out more here.
One of the most rewarding and vigorous walks to be had is the Torrevieja Coastal Path that winds its way along the beaches and coves all the way to, and through neighbouring Orihuela Costa with lovely views and ample stops along the way for refreshments. Find out more here.
Found throughout Spain are old railway tracks that have been converted into pleasant ”Greenways” These provide for excellent and picturesque walking, cycling and horse riding routes, that due to their location on old railway lines, are relatively flat and not too strenuous. Find out more here.
Also known as the Dique de Levante Breakwater, the Torrevieja Peir is one of the nicer walks and a great way to get “out to sea” without going on a boat and offers spectacular views out over the Mediterranean Sea as well as back towards Torrevieja, the coast and the harbour area. Find out more here.
The walk from Torrevieja to La Mata takes just under an hour if you are not in a hurry and there are some lovely parks along the way offering sea views and shady seating areas. There are also a number of shops, bars and restaurants where walkers can stop for a rest and cold drink. Find out more here.