This is the nearest town to El Limonar. Busy, bustling, and alive. The nightlife goes on to the very late
hours, the choice of places to eat is almost overwhelming, the beach is huge (and very busy), and the shopping
is pretty good. The Tuesday market at the Feria ground is one of the biggest in the area and sells just about
everything that you could wish for!
Rated as the third largest city in Spain, it certainly appears to be one of the busiest. The Picasso museum saw
almost 10 million visitors in it’s first year!
Shoppers heaven. If you want it you can find it! Designer clothes, exclusive jewellery, pottery and ceramics, a
definite must for anyone after some serious retail therapy.
One of Spain’s ‘Pueblo Blanco’s’. A charming but busy village only 10 minutes drive away. Full of quaint
houses, gift shops, and many restaurants and bars. Home to one of the only square bullrings in Spain. Park your
car and take a village tour in one of the many donkey carts, a great way to soak up the local atmosphere.
This is the place to see the really rich and famous, count the Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, Porsche’s, etc. along
the sea front. Check out the boats in the marina, Dine in one of the many restaurants alongside the marina
(some are surprisingly inexpensive), and see how many celeb’s you can spot.
The famous ‘El Corte Inglés’ shopping centre is a great place to while away a few hours, but as everything is
so desirable it could prove heavy on the wallet !