Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Boasting the best facilities in the Valencian Community

There is no getting away from the fact that Torrevieja is a much changed city. Every time you visit Torre, there is something new to see.

Far from being just a tourist place dedicated to sun and sand, the city has a wide range of facilities to suit every need including numerous parks. In fact they have just opened a new park this week dedicated to the poet, José Manuel Caballero Jerez Bonald who has a long association with the city.

The big event this month though was the opening of the new Sports City. A total of 300,000 square metres of space dedicated to a wide variety of sports which will attract professional sports people especially during winter when the climate here is more suitable for outdoor events that it is in northern Europe.

With six football pitches, extensive tennis and squash courts, an Olympic size pool and the best rugby stadium in the Valencian community, the Sports Palace ‘Infanta Cristina’ is set to be a winner for Torrevieja.

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