Welcome to Guardamar del Segura 

Guardamar del Segera is located beside the mouth of the Segura River on the Mediterranean coast of Southeast Spain. The town gets its name for being the Guardian of the Segura River. Over the summer months the towns population increases from the 15,000 permenent residents, as it is a prime tourist spot. As the town as perfect sandy beaches on the Med, it is a great place for residents and tourists alike to enjoy the Mediterranean climate.

Near and around the area of Guardamer del Segura, there is the towns and villages of Campomar, El Raso and El Moncayo. Overall the surrounding around has a population of over 40,000 people as El Raso and El Moncayo are more urban areas.  Campomar is a small village with a large beach nearby Guardamar del Segura. 

 

 

Nearby Activities and Points of Interest

The area of Guardamar del Segura has many activities you can get involved in, including walks and cycles around the area to see its natural beauty in all its glory. All the beaches in this area are lovely sandy beaches with sand dunes and are surrounded by pine wood forests. Making a beautiful backdrop for a picture or two. The towns also offer a range of parks you can take a nice walk or cycle around. Some of the parks even boast beautiful plants and birds. 

There is a marina in the town of Guardamar del Segura, making it the perfect spot if you are a keen captain or have a boat. The marina offers top facilities and many mooring spots. Near the marina na the beaches you can also take part in some if the many water activities in the area. Activities such as kayaking, jet skiing and wind surfing are some of the many sports you will see in the area. Looking over the Mediterranean is the Castillo de Guardamar, a great tourist spot with a park and a choice of restaurants.

In the village of Campomar there are two museums. The Museos Flotantes, otherwise known as the floating museum as it is in a submaine morred in the marina of the village. This is one of my personal favourite attractions, so do go and see it for yourself. There is also the Museeo del Mar y de la Sal, also known as the sea and salt museum. 

The town of Guardamar also has an Irish bar named the Shamrock along with a wide mix of other restaurants, including Traditional Spanish and Italian restaurants. 

One of the main attractions in the area is the keen watar sports. In the town of Guardamar there is a sports faciltiy offering numerous amounts of pitches and courts. It even has an olympic size swimming pool. Golf is also another keen sport in the area with many courses being within an hours drive away. The towns also have many shops and many shopping centres are never far away in the nearby city of Torrevieja.

 

Important Information

Around the area of Guardamar there are many hospitals. Some of these hospitals are private but most are public and anyone can go. There are also many medical centres throughout each of the towns, so you can will always be close by to help. There is also some hospitals and medical centres in the nearby city of Torrevieja. There is also a pet hospital in Guardamar del Segura. Campomar does not have a medical centre or hospital, but the town is 10 minutes away from Guardamar del Segura. There are also several police stations located in Guardamar and the areea nearby. 

There are no Universities in the town of Guardamar but there are some nearby in the cities of Torrevieja and Alicante. Guardamar also offer many schools including private and public schools and a flight school nearby. There is a language school and a music school nearby. 

 

Climate

In the areas of Guardamar the climate will be the same as the climate in the cities of Torrevieja and Alicante. This is a Mediterranean climate. Overall this area experiences almost 300 days of sunshine with the average temperature of 20 degrees. The warmest months of th year are the summer months of June, July and August and the coolest being the winter months of December, January and February. 

 

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