A perfect climate of Torrevieja and Orihuela Costa

The city of Torrevieja and Orihuela Costa are located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula in the Alicante Province in the south of Costa Blanca region and have one of the finest climates in the world with average annual air temperatures of 18 degrees centigrade, average annual sea water temperature of 19 degrees centigrade, 320 sunshine days per year and little quantity of rains.
The winters here are mild and sunny – the temperature rarely descends lower than 10 degrees centigrade during the night and can achieve 23-25 degrees centigrade during the day. The warmest month of the year is august with the average temperature up to 32 degrees centigrade, but you can withstand heat easily on the coast. Due to the perfect climate of the region you can enjoy living and spending holidays with comfort all year long.

The bathing season in the south of Costa Blanca lasts from May to October, as the sea of the region is the warmest in Spain. On the costal line of Torrevieja and Orihuela Costa region you can enjoy your vacation on the excellent sandy beaches and picturesque bays with pure transparent water, which are awarded Blue Frags of EU as a quality mark.

54% of the territory of the region is protected natural space, which is the evidence of its unique ecology. In this sense, the Nature Park Las Lagunas of La Mata and Torrevieja is the paradise for the lovers of flora and fauna, with numerous protected species, which converts it in a place of excellent environmental values. The distinctive features of the area are two large salt pink lagoons where salt extractions have been made for millennia. The lagoons impart the unique characteristics to the microclimate of the region, which positively influences to the people with respiratory, dermatological and other diseases. The life span of the population of the region is one of the highest in the world.

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