Apartment completely renovated with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen and equipped American style, living room, beautiful terrace with large solarium overlooking the park, air conditioning, parking and communal pool with green areas. Close to all services , bars, restaurants, supermarkets. A few km. from the private hospital Quirón. The nearest beaches are those of Mata and the center of Torrevieja.
Torrelamata or La Mata is a hamlet of Torrevieja. It limits to the north with Guardamar del Segura and to the west with the Natural Park of the Lagunas de La Mata and Torrevieja.
The locality has an important tourist dimension and a considerable number of inhabitants coming from diverse points of Europe, being to a great extent a dormitory city. Since 2010 it has a district office of the municipality of Torrevieja.
It has several beaches with abundant sand being the most important beach of Torrelamata for its extension, which is located south of the center of the town; In the urban area there is an extension of the same with the name of the beach of the Tower of La Mata or the jetty. To the north it is integrated into the set of protected beaches of the dunes of Torrelamata and Guardamar that have abundant flora and coastal fauna.
It communicates with Torrevieja through two roads that are surrounded by urbanizations, one of them is the N-332, while the other borders the coast.
The origin of the town is related to the exploitation of the salt of the Laguna de la Mata that has been exploited for centuries, however the population was scarce and limited to a few inhabitants, among them the soldiers who were in charge of the surveillance on the jetty or in the nearby Torre del Moro. The extraction and loading of salt was seasonal, so the workers moved for that purpose. In 1759 the council of Orihuela cedes the exploitation of the salinas of the lagoon of La Mata to the crown, which began with an organized exploitation.2 Until 1802 the locality was the center of the activity of salt production, so had representation for justice and city council issues. On those dates they moved their offices to Torrevieja by royal prerogative, since they began to extract salt from the homonymous lagoon.
The town was completely destroyed by the earthquake of 1829, as well as Torrevieja and other towns in the area. Its reconstruction supposed to help in the construction of 24 houses to welcome its neighbors.
The town gives its name to the white wine of La Mata, with a protected designation of origin, which is made with merseguera grape according to artisan procedures. The vineyards are 100 years old, as they are not affected by the phylloxera plague that occurred in the 19th century when it was found in a sandy and arid soil. However, there are only about 75 hectares within the natural park, 5 since most of the existing surface was uprooted for the construction of urbanizations.
Beaches and coves
From Playa de la Mata to Punta Prima, there are numerous rocky coves and wide beaches.
Playa de la Mata: is the longest beach in Torrevieja, so they have numerous accesses from a promenade full of bars and restaurants. Part of its charm lies in its fine sand and its surroundings, the Natural Park of Laguna de la Mata. It contains playful games, surveillance, information stand, flag with the state of the sea, lavapiés and access for the handicapped. It has a rental service for sun loungers and parasols.
Cala Cabo Cervera: small portion of sand located on the Cape of the same name. It has a length of 50 meters, access for the disabled and a small promenade. The occupation is usually high.
Cala del Mojón: wide cove with fine sand and rocky ends ideal for fishing. It has access for the disabled and a moderate swell.
Cala de la Zorra: discreet and quiet cove with clear and semi-urban crystalline waters. It has a length of 50 meters of sand and rocks. Easy access on foot although the descent with cars is not recommended. At the beginning of the 20th century a fox was found among the ravines of this beach, since then it is known by that name.
Cala de la Higuera: with similar characteristics to Cala de la Zorra, it has a composition of gravel and rock. It does not have access for the disabled.
Playa de Los Locos: located north of the city, after crossing Punta Carral, has all kinds of services. It is a type of beach of golden and fine sand, with calm waters and promenade. It has ludic areas both in the sand (famous is its pyramid of ropes to climb) and in platforms located in the sea. Easy to access and adapted for the disabled. It has a rental service for sunbeds and umbrellas, with surveillance by the Red Cross and a signaling flag of the state of the sea. Its name comes because there used to be an asylum next to its beaches
Cala Palangre: located on the curve of the same name, Cala Palangre is a small portion of sand surrounded by rocks, being the continuation of Los Locos Beach. With a length of 20 meters and an average width of 5, this small cove has access for the disabled and is suitable for fishing.
Playa del Cura: located in the heart of the city, it is the most cosmopolitan beach of Torrevieja. One of the busiest in the town. It has a promenade with numerous souvenir shops, kiosks, restaurants, bars and ice cream parlors. At the end of the beach you can visit one of the most emblematic monuments of the city: Las Columnas, dedicated to the cultures of the Mediterranean. The beach has lavapiés, surveillance service and tourist information stand. In addition, it is accessible to the disabled.
Beach of the Cura.
"Piscinas Naturales": on Paseo Juan Aparicio, between Playa del Cura and Dique de Levante, small beaches and natural pools follow one another. The pools are located at the midpoint of the promenade and have a large influx. In addition, on the rocks that border the walk metal stairs appear to leave the sea.
El Acequión Beach: located in the port of Torrevieja, in front of the marina, Acequión Beach owes its name to the fact that in its margin the sea water enters in the direction of the Salinas de Torrevieja through the canal artificially created to supply of marine water La Laguna: the Acequión. On the opposite side to Acequión, the remodeling of the city's waterfront is being carried out, creating a new fishing pier in that place. It does not have a promenade.
Playa de Los Náufragos: separated from the Acequión beach by the salt wharf (which transports salt from the salt pans to supply the boats that buy it), it is one of the busiest beaches in the city. Children's playground, beach volleyball net or pedal boat rental The beach is guarded by the Red Cross, it has a seafront promenade, sun loungers and umbrellas, and the state of the sea beach, as well as other beaches such as the beach. del Cura, Los Locos and La Mata, has quality distinctions year after year from both the Valencian Government and the European Union, and in the southern part of the beach it has a rocky area suitable for fishing.
Cala Ferris: one of the most spectacular landscapes of Torrevieja. It has fine golden sand, dunes and a landscape full of vegetation with abundant palm trees. It has rocky areas that are used for fishing. The water is crystal clear. The beach has a length of 200 meters. In addition, it is one of the few isolated beaches in the city, with no adjoining buildings.
Cala Piteras or Rocío del Mar: semi-urban cove located on the edge of the Orihuela Costa border. It is suitable for fishing due to its rocky relief. It has Mediterranean vegetation.