Mil Palmeras Holiday Rentals in Mil Palmeras Costa Blanca
The town has a coastline of fine sand and clear water interspersed by attractive inlets and beaches with a full range of services between small residential districts and extensive green areas. From the north to the south, the popular, urban beach Mil Palmeras, ideal for sailing enthusiasts, links up with the Rincón and Puerto inlets, the latter with a well-cared for promenade that comes alive on hot summer nights.
Las Villas, the beach behind Torre Horadada marina, is the longest beach followed by small beach at La Mojón which constitutes a natural boundary with Murcia. The river Seco is a ravine network that receives water filtrating from off of the fields. This peculiar environment is worthy of an excursion and is one on which visitors can enjoy fragrant plants such as rosemary, thyme or "lentiscos", while white steppes and "palmettoes" border rushes and carrizales.
The trail begins at El Pinar de Campoverde, a natural area that has lodgings, a camping area, a play area and informative panels explaining the flora and fauna of the region, as well as facilities for barbecues. Another attractive tour is the water architecture route, on which it is possible to find cisterns and old wells
The Mar Menor area is the holiday region for Spanish themselves. So there are a lot of typical Spanish bars, restaurants etc. with very good regional cuisine (seafood is recommended) and very moderate prices. Sun all year round.
This area is full of oranges and lemons and is a great area for agriculture. Lots of great beaches and places to explore. San Pedro and the Mel Menor salt lagoon is near. Golf courses abound. La Manga 40 minutes drive. Campoverde was a small Spanish town but now has a population of English and other nationalities as well. The region was based on food production but now has a growing British population. Lots of tourists come from all over Europe for the sunny climate and good food.