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Guardamar Segura is a very popular resort on the Costa Blanca. It lies south of Alicante between the resorts of Santa Pola and Torrevieja and has a transfer time from the airport of forty minutes. It possesses all the essential ingredients for a pleasurable holiday with its guarantee of summer sun, its eleven kilometres of sandy beaches washed by the clear blue Mediterranean and a variety of recreational activities both in and out of the water. It is no surprise that so many people book a Guardamar Segura holiday each year.
A Guardamar Segura holiday offers glorious days basking in sunshine on a sandy beach, a selection of water sports, good hotels and restaurants and a range of leisure facilities.
A Guardamar Segura holiday attracts a wide range of visitors every year. Families with young children, sporting enthusiasts, couples of all ages and young adults will all find something to enjoy in Guardamar Segura.
The most popular time for a Guardamar Segura holiday is from April to October when the temperature ranges from a very pleasant twenty five degrees rising to the early thirties in the height of summer.
Guardamar Segura was originally a small fishing village surrounded by fertile agricultural land. Now tourism has become a major source of revenue and the town is still expanding to accommodate summer visitors, as well as those who have bought second homes in the area. Lying on the Costa Blanca south of Alicante, it benefits from a short transfer time from the airport. Guardamar Segura’s main attraction is the eleven kilometre stretch of sandy beaches backed by dunes and pine groves. Even in high season it is possible to find a piece of secluded beach to call your own. A variety of water sports is available and the beaches have Blue Flag status.
Guardamar Segura’s hotels and apartments are well appointed and accommodate most budgets. The many bars, café and restaurants provide a varied cuisine and cater for most tastes including the more conservative palate.
Apart from the beach and water sporting activities, Guardamar Segura has much to offer holidaymakers. There are charming parks in the town including the Reine Sofia Park which is a treat to wander through and admiring the many different varieties of flora. There are many golf courses in the area, the nearest one being only four kilometres outside the town. A little further south is the Torrevieja Water Park which is enjoyed by both adults and children as there are a range of death defying slides and flumes.
A Guardamar Segura holiday offers a relaxing break on a sandy beach by clear blue water and a variety of leisure activities on land and sea.
Although Guardamar Segura has a number of lively bars, it is not noted for its wild nightlife. The evening entertainment, often provided by the larger hotels, reflects the family nature of the resort.
Guardamar Segura shopping provides essential provisions and has the usual numbers of gift and souvenir shops. It also has an outdoor market every Wednesday where you can practise bartering for bargains. Popular purchases include wickerwork, ceramics, jewellery and leather goods.
Guardamar Segura restaurants serve a variety of food and cater for most tastes. There are some excellent fish restaurants where fresh, traditionally prepared dishes delight the palate. A good way to try Spanish food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Spain than at home.
Children are always made very welcome in Spanish restaurants and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.
Local wines are pleasant and inexpensive.