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La Mata – Costa Blanca.
La Mata, also known as LaMata and TorreLaMata, is one of the fastest expanding towns in the whole of Spain, but if you’re coming to La Mata, try to sample the delights of everything that we have.
We have learned a few lessons from places like Benidorm, because here, you’ll find no high-rise skyscrapers or package holiday hotels and also because La Mata is orientated towards families and couples, you’ll find no night time trouble with lager louts etc.
La Mata is surrounded by a large and beautiful natural salt water lake which form the “Salinas de La Mata” and is an official Spanish Nature Reserve. These lakes attract a wide variety of bird life.
La Mata is a developing Tourist Centre and one of the most important on the Mediterranean Coast. However, you’ll find it’s not nearly as commercialised as the Costa Blanca resorts to the North of Alicante.
It still retains that special “Spanish” feel and is in a relaxed environment.
The concentration of salt and the temperature, combine to endow this area with a particularly healthy micro-climate, recommended by doctors for its beneficial properties.
Bathing in the salt lagoons is also becoming popular for many medicinal reasons. The local climate makes it an ideal location for year round holiday activities.
Especially, if you want to fulfil that yearning for a round of golf during those dreary winter months in the sunnier parts of Europe.
Temperatures in July and August are typically 30?C. Many people prefer the months when the weather can be near perfect: April, May, June, September, October and November.
Although the local banks are mainly Spanish, all banks in La Mata have English speaking staff, and will cash travellers cheques, change currency and have cash dispensers that accept all the popular cards including Visa, Mastercard, Switch, Cirrus and Link.
Go down to the beach and walk along the front, at lunch times and in the evenings this area and the surrounding streets are a hive of activity, with many busy cafes, restaurants and bars.
The activity continues into the early hours. These streets also offer many shopping opportunities. Every Wednesday is market day.
Distances from La Mata:
Alicante 47 km, Alicante airport 36 km, Barcelona 570 km , Benidorm 77 km,Cartagena 55 km,Elche 35 km,Guardamar 12 km,La Marina 21 km,Madrid 445 km
Murcia 46 km, Murcia airport 28 km, Orihuela 31 km, Santa Pola 33 km,
Torrevieja 5 km, Valencia 217 km.
It takes approximately 30 minutes to get to the airport of Alicante by the coastal road the N332.
With over 320 days a year of sunshine, it makes it an ideal getaway during the winter months of the year, even if just for a few days. It’s surprising how a few days of sunshine can cheer you up.
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