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A relaxing town with sun, sea, plenty of shops, restaurants and coffee houses.
We come here every year and the place improves every time we visit.
The beaches are fabulous and the sea is warm in late summer. If you do not venture outside the...More
Having been in guardamar quite a few times over the last month & driven & walked past City Hall I thought I better say something about it..
Well, with quite a grand staircase up Into the building, one gets the impression that this place has...More
The City Hall is a nice building but is not special. The water feature is nice. Seats around allow the weary traveller to rest in the shade. There a number of coffee shops in the square to enjoy. There is a tourist office also in...More
Just a Town Hall - on one corner is a cafe/bar which is very popular with older Spanish people. on the right as facing the Town Hall is the Tourist Office. Well worth a visit. ip - Top TAsk if there are any local tours...More
Great place to walk around, unique little shops as well as some chain shops. The city hall is set just off the main road with parking underground in the area. You can stop off for a coffee and pastry in one of the many cafes...More
The City Hall square is very typical of lots of Spanish towns, and in itself is not that special, however the town of Guardamar in our opinion is a lovely resort and beach area. The beach here is very long and stretches all the way...More
Guardamar Del Segura is probably one of the nicest places within the Alicante Province. Unlike it's neighbour, Torrevieja, Guardamar Council cares about what gets built and where, and ensure plans are in keeping with its surroundings, making Guardamar a carefully thought out residential and tourism...More