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Cabo Roig a Popular Alicante Hot Spot

All that you possibly needed to know of the Costa Blanca coast town of Cabo Roig, Orihuela Costa.

Cabo Roig - A Popular Alicante Hot Spot

What to check out and just what to expect in the magnificent Costa Blanca vacation resort of Cabo Roig.

Stationed on the South Costa Blanca shoreline is the popular and charming beach coastal town of Cabo Roig. Well liked for its fabulous sandy "blue flag" beaches, its stunning views of the dazzling blue Mediterranean sea, its scenic cliff pathways and its hectic nightlife, Cabo Roig has a lot to offer the astute traveller. Typically tranquil all through the wintertime months, Cabo Roig comes to life around May time and is always thriving right up until November. Cabo Roig charms travelers from all over the globe but in particular Scandinavians, Brits and Irish, in addition Spanish (specifically those of the city of Murcia who adore this stretch of the coastline). The busiest months are June, July and August, the most peaceful January and February.

Cabo Roig initially sprung up up in the region of an aged watchtower (there are many along the Costa Blanca shoreline) and they were built to warn of assaults from Berber pirates during the Fourteenth to sixteenth centuries), the ancient tower is these days joined to a restaurant complex that looks over the recently updated marina and is a delightful spot to enjoy a coffee or tea and look out on the gorgeous blue Mediterranean sea. There are many terrific views along the coast to Campoamor and La Manga beyond.

The two primary beaches of Cabo Roig (Cala Caleta and Cala Capitan) are both unbelievably popular and are nicely maintained. The beach bar at Cala Caleta is a celebrated place for a tapas snack and even the odd midnight cocktail or two, throughout the warm summertime months and the beach bar is generally open until Four in the morning. However be very careful, negotiating your way back again to the main road may perhaps be difficult by moonlight, in particular when a tad the worse for a drink or four!

Be sure to attempt the famous cliff walk which stretches from Goleta Playa to La Zenia, this is an ideal way to spend a lovely evening throughout the bright summer time and should really provide a rather appreciated breeze on those warm muggy days. The walk is well known for countless scenic seascapes of the Mediterranean Sea and coastline and there are a variety of inviting coves to see on the route.

The weather conditions in the town of Cabo Roig is warm and temperate and it is thought to be one of the healthiest areas to reside. The summers are warm and dry with temperatures often reaching 40 degrees C in June, July, August and September, the normal temperature during the year is about twenty degrees centigrade with wintertime temperatures almost never dropping lower than 10 degrees. Wet weather is exceptional and occasional and happens primarily throughout the winter season.

There is a broad assortment of bars and restaurants in the town, primarily on Aguamarina (Cabo Roig) strip (at times known as "Aguamarina strip"), selling a good choice of culinary choice which includes Mexican, Hungarian, Spanish, Indian, Italian, Chinese, Greek and of course Irish and English. There are likewise loads of take away diners selling the usual kebabs and burgers.

In case you become bored with merely sitting in the sunshine you can find numerous other activities to relish in and around the Cabo Roig area. The Sat street market at Playa Flamenca is obviously favored by the women of course, if they are unable to uncover any bargains there a trip to the large Fri street market in Torrevieja could possibly be just what is necessary. Torrevieja has masses of alternative holiday attractions such as the water park (Aquopolis), the terrific paseo with its huge array of restaurants and ice-cream parlours, the craft street market (put on every single day), the fun fair (just the thing for your kids) and the amazing Habaneras shopping complex.

Cabo Roig an exquisite place to be -  it's no wonder some people refer to it the gem of the Costa Blanca, Spain.

With there being no appropriate hotels in the Cabo Roig, Alicante locality, you might like to contemplate looking on-line to search for privately owned villas, houses and apartmants.

Rather convenient for both Murcia (San Javier) and El Altet (Alicante) airports, Cabo Roig can be found on the N-332 coastal highway connecting Pilar de la Horadada & Torrevieja. It could also be readily reached by means of the AP-7 autopista, junction 763 (La Zenia) or possibly junction 768 (Dehesa de Campoamor).

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