Situated on the southern border of the popular resort area of Orihuela Costa, the long, wide sands of Campoamor Beach are kept in pristine condition and shelve gently into the sea, making it ideal for young children to paddle in the shallows. Actually comprising two main beaches, Cala de Campoamor and Caleta de la Glea, they are separated by a small marina area where visitors can enjoy fine dining at the Club Nautico Dehesa de Campoamor.
Campoamor Beach Amenities
Campoamor Beach has various wheelchair access points, ablutions and showers, beach sport and fitness facilities, lifeguards, sun lounger and parasol hire and quaint beach hut bars known locally as Chiringuitos. These are the life and soul of the beaches and during the summer months, a hub of social activity where the drinks flow and the highly trained bar staff keep the customers amused with their drink pouring antics and lethal cocktails. Thrill seekers can hire jet skis and for the more discerning visitor, sailing opportunities are offered at the yacht club.
Campoamor Beach is the northernmost point of the picturesque Orihuela Costa coastal path that actually extends as far as the neighbouring city of Torrevieja and is a pleasure to walk in the cooler evenings, offering a bit of exercise and spectacular sunsets. Visitors to the area who are keen on golf have two excellent 18 hole courses to play, Real Club de Golf Campoamor Resort and Las Ramblas Golf which are located next to each other.
Wining & dining can be enjoyed at a number of restaurants close to the beach, and bordering the golf courses is the lively La Fuente Centre that boasts a good choice of shops, bars and restaurants, most offering the latest sporting events on big screen TV's and some featuring karaoke, quiz nights and live music acts.