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18 Sep 2020

TORREVIEJA SALT LAKE

The bustling coastal resort of Torrevieja is home to an amazing feat of nature. As you drive into the town from Alicante airport you will pass between two salt lakes – one is blue/green and the other is an impressive pink colour. The main attraction for bird lovers is the flamingos where up to 2,000 can be seen during the breeding season.

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13 Sep 2020

THINGS TO DO IN MADRID

Following are a few attractions to visit in Madrid. ROYAL PALACE Home to the Kings of Spain from Charles III to Alfonso XIII, Madrid's Royal Palace takes us on a journey through the history of Spain. Though it is no longer the royal family's home, it continues to be their official residence.

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4 Sep 2020

CHILDREN IN CARS

Traffic law in Spain dictates that all children measuring 135 cm in height or less must ride in the rear seats of a vehicle, irrespective of their age, and in addition to the requirements of the correct seat being provided appropriate to their size and weight.

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28 Aug 2020

DISCOVER ZENIA BOULEVARD

Zenia Boulevard is the largest shopping centre in the province of Alicante with over 150 shops. Zenia Boulevard is the perfect destination for shopping, strolling, having fun, dining and discovering exciting things to do with your family and or friends.

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21 Aug 2020

THE CANELOBRE CAVES

The ‘Canelobre Caves’ located in the picturesque town of Busot, 24km from Alicante are well worth a visit if you fancy doing something different on your holiday. The caves are situated at an altitude of 700 metres above sea level, on the northern slope of the Cabeco D’or mountain range.

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15 Aug 2020

NEW TRAFFIC RADARS COMING SOON

Technology these days appears to be advancing at an alarming rate, and that also includes the technology behind one of the traffic police´s biggest weapons in the fight for road safety, the speed camera, with the latest incarnations able to pinpoint vehicles from a kilometre and a half away.

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8 Aug 2020

CABO DE PALOS

CABO DE PALOS Cabo de Palos is a rocky headland in the municipality of Cartagena, in the region of Murcia. The name Palos is derived from the Latin word palus which means lagoon, a reference to the Mar Menor. During your visit to Cabo de Palos, it is worth going to the southern shore of the headland where you will find the port and marina.

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1 Aug 2020

CASA SICILIA 1707 - NOVELDA

The winery where Casa Cesilia wines are currently produced dates back to the estate built by the Marquis of Romana in 1707: Heretat de Cesilia. The origin of the character of Casa Cesilia wines and their greatest asset are without a doubt, its vineyards, located in a privileged location outside the town of Novelda (Alicante).

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19 Jul 2020

SPANISH SPEED LIMITS

Speed limits are set to ensure road safety. Failure to do so results in a fine and loss of points. The chart above shows you the fines and points that you will receive for breaking certain speed limits. All roads in Spain have a maximum permitted speed limit. However, that limit not only varies depending on the characteristics of the road, but also the type of vehicle, and (in some cases) the driver.

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24 Jun 2020

THE NAUTILUS RESTAURANT

The Nautilus Restaurant was founded in 1975 and since its inception has been a meeting point for both residents and visitors of all nationalities who want to enjoy an idyllic place by the sea, where you can hear the waves and feel the breeze enjoying unique views.

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