Welcome to summertimes

The weather is changing for the better. We have felt the sun getting hotter gradually the last month, people are occupying the beach, there are more people in the streets and shops and attractions are now opening for this years summer.A few news to start this off about Spain in general, and we continue to Torrevieja specifically further down.

  • The prices for services and products has dropped by 1% comparing this may and last years.
  • If you are close to Alicante, the bonfires of San Juanis an atmospheric event you should try.
    This event happens every year, and this year on the dates June 20th to the 24th.People attend a party held during the night of the San Juan bonfire on the beach of Playa de Poniente in Gijon June 24, 2013. Fires formed by burning unwanted furniture, old school books, wood and effigies of malign spirits are seen across Spain as people celebrate the night of San Juan, a purification ceremony coinciding with the summer solstice. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) - RTX10YNN
  • World tapas day –on June 16th. I’m sure you’ll find tasty menus everywhere you go.
  • Aqualandia in Benidorm is now open for the season.




  • The communal theatre in Torreiveja is set to open again this June after some problems concerning the lack of license and not meeting the security standards.
  • For families – the Flamingo aquapark opens today, as the Aquapolis opens June 3rd.
  • The Friday market vil be moved right outside of town this summer.


Be sure to stay updated on this summers festivals, they come to life in Spain during this time of year.

Welcome to the Spanish summer!