Everything you need to know about Cabo Roig
Cabo Roig is considered the pearl of the southern Costa Blanca. It is known for its sandy beaches with crystal clear water, villas and magnificent, picturesque views of the Mediterranean coast. The climate is dry, considered as one of the healthiest in the world, with more than 300 sunny days a year and an average temperature of +20 °C.
On the south coast of the Costa Blanca, there is an urbanization called Cabo Roig, which is located about 9.5 km south of the city of Torrevieja. It is well connected and is an hour's drive from Alicante Airport. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Cabo Roig from Murcia San Javier Airport. This area is also well known as Orihuela Costa itself.
Torrevieja is the closest major city located here, between La Zenia in the north, and Campoamor in the south. It is a delightful city with landscaped gardens, wide avenues with palm trees, the Mediterranean Sea, La Manga Peninsula and the Mar Menor lagoon. In general, it is picturesque southern urbanization with modern amenities for living and many tourist attractions.
Sights Cabo Roig
One of the attractions of Cabo Roig is its sandy beaches: Cala Caleta and Cala Capitan, all of which have repeatedly been awarded with the Blue Flag for their beauty, environmental protection, and quality of service. Cala Caitan is more likely to be convenient for families with children. There is good and smooth entry into the water. The safety of vacationers is monitored by rescuers, who are on duty during the season from 10:00 to 19:00 every day. You can walk to the beaches of La Zenia, Playa Flamenca, Campoamor.
The main attraction of Cabo Roig is the Watchtower, built in the 16th century, to protect the coast from pirates. Today, the restaurant adjoins the tower, where you can dine and enjoy the picturesque views of the weapons landscape.