Almoradi location guide
Almoradi is located on the northern side of the Segura River, on the southern Costa Blanca, it is only a 10 minute drive to the beautiful sandy beaches of Guadamar and 20 minutes drive to the more lively town of Torreveja with it’s harbor and bustling atmosphere.
Almoradi is well situated for access from the AP7 motorway and that also makes getting to Alicante and Murcia airports easy.
In recent times there has been increased interest in the town. It has to be said Almoradi does offer something a little different from that of many of coastal towns it is quieter, & has retained much of its inherent culture & tradition. Unlike the coastal resorts that become ghost towns out of holiday season, Almoradi stays vibrant and alive all year round
Sporting enthusiasts are still well catered for here, with the town boasting a good municipal swimming pool & other facilities. Almoradi is no more than a 20 minute drive from a good selection of golf courses with La Finca & la Marquesa clubs significantly closer. There are also 2 waterparks close by.
There are many fiestas (festivals) throughout Almoradis calendar, some of which are a real spectacle & well worth a look. The cuisine is another major bonus though made up of mainly traditional Spanish fare although international tastes are also catered for. You will find bars and restaurants catering for most tastes from traditional Spanish food through to Chinese and even your full English breakfast for those missing the taste of home
Almoradi boasts a thriving, bustling traditional market every Saturday morning. If thats not enough for you, you will also find Dolores holds a market every Friday morning and Catral holds one every Saturday morning .
Almoradi is also well known for its mild climate & the entire region enjoys sunshine for in excess of 320 days per year. The sun is at its hottest during the summer months, with temperatures rarely falling below 30°C (86°F). Winters are typically very mild with averages hovering around 18°C (64°F).