Sunday, May 16, 2010

Last chance

Those of you who are fans of medieval markets will want to go down to the Parque de las Naciones in Torrevieja today. This version is much smaller than the one in Orihuela held in February but still has the same sort of features, jugglers, birds of prey etc. The main features are of course  the stalls selling everything from wooden toys to clothing. Inevitably there are lots of places to stop for food and drink.

When we first visited the medieval market in Torrevieja it was held in the Era de Sal and was quite small. Its new location in the Parque de las Naciones is much better. Those of ou who bought your house through Euro Anglo Sur will know where the park is and how attractive it is with its lake, its ducks and avenues of trees. It is easy to find, just head down the Crevillente road and turn right onto the Ronda at the roundabout after the one that links you to the N-332 in the direction of Alicante. 

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