Where is it?
La Proa, El Jardin, Jaime, La CaÃ±ada Playa, La Nostra Pizza, La Saranda, La Vuelta, Manolo, Marjal and the RincÃ³n de Pedro.
Details for the markets in Guardamar : Main market in Guardamar Frequency - Every Wednesday morning Times - 8am to 1pm Location - Calle San Pedro Number of stalls - 450 The precise location for the main market is marked below - the street names that have the yellow backgrounds is where the market is on the map below. Night street market Frequency - Every night Times - 9pm to midnight Location - Calle Ingeniero Mira. (The road that leads from the Guardamar town hall down to the beach). Number of stalls - 40 Campo de Guardamar street market Frequency - Every Sunday Times - 8am to 1pm Location - Campo de Guardamar. On the Guardamar to Los Montesinos Road. Number of stalls - 1,000
Bit of culture
Guardamar is a municipality of the province of Alicante located at the mouth of the river Segura in southern Valencia (autonomous community), Spain. It is a Mediterranean resort, with a large pine forest abutting an 11-km-long white sand beach. Historically an area of fishermen and farmers, Guardamar del Segura is the southernmost point where Valenciano (a dialect of Catalan) is spoken. A Phoenician colony, called Herna by Roman geographer Avienus in his book Ora Maritima was the first settlement near the mouth of Segura river, In Spanish,
Spot of exercise
Guardamar has some of the best beaches in Spain. Guardamar Playa del Campomar is at the southern end of Guardamar. Guardamar Moncayo beach - Playa del Moncaio, is the next beach going northwards from Playa del Campomar. Next, going northwards is Roqueta Beach - Playa la Roqueta. Next, is Centro Beach - Playa Centro. Next, going northwards, is Guardamar Playa de le Babilonia - After the Centro beach follows the Playa de le Babilonia, where you will see the old fishermens cottages. Next, the Vivers Beach - Guardamar Playa del Vivers. Also here, you will see the Dunas De Guardamar and a little further on, the mouth of the river Segura and the Marina de las Dunas of Guardamar del Segura. Next, Guardamar Playa Los Tusales - This beach is on the other side of the river Segura going out of Guardamar.
Any month of the year, there's always many things to do in Guardamar. You may want to: Visit the Reina Sofia park which has a beautifully designed lake, trails and waterfalls - the children will love to watch the peacocks, squirrels, turtles, ducks, birds, etc, that all roam freely about in the lakes and grassed areas, plus a dedicated play area for children which has loads of swings, slides, see-saws etc etc. Or visit the large picnic areas by the northern part of the beach. Maybe visit the magnificent castle in Guardamar. Go to the pine forests. See a typical Spanish fiesta. Get some expert tennis coaching from the resident tennis coach in Guardamar. Just click on the following link for more details - Tennis in Guardamar See the sand dunes. Visit any of the street markets in Guardamar, more details on the following link Markets in Guardamar, there's also quite a large market in Guardamar, which is on the outskirts of Guardamar, on the way from Guardamar to Quesada, just off what the locals call the 'Lemon Tree Road', this market on Sunday mornings is in El Campo de Guardamar, (but it can be very busy!). Sunbathe on some of the best beaches in Spain, more details on the following link Beaches in Guardamar. Or just sample some of the brilliant Spanish bars and restaurants, more details on the following links Bars in Guardamar and Restaurants in Guardamar. Also, for anyone looking to play any golf in Guardamar, there's quite a few golf courses on the Costa Blanca, that are quite close to Guardamar, some of the golf courses are just a few minutes drive from Guardamar. Just click on the following link for more details - Golf courses on the Costa Blanca