The 11 km long beach of Guardamar is one of the most beautiful in
Spain, not at least because of the large pine forest and white sand
The beach is rarely crowded even in high summer.
Guardamar is particularly known for its sand dunes which lie in a natural area.
Guardamar was formerly a fishing and farming village, today it is mainly characterized by five-to six-story buildings.
Points of interest
Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Park Reina Sofia
Park of Alfonso XIII
Sand Dunes of Guardamar
March-April: Easter and religious parades
Hogueras de San Juan (bonfires)
Dama de Guardamar
July: Fiestas of San Jaime
Fiestas in honour of the Virgen of Fátima
Fiestas in honour of the Virgen of Rosario
Playa del Campo
Playa el Moncayo
Playa la Roqueta
Playa del Vivers
Playa los Tusales
Links of interest