Los Naufragos Beach

Located next to the Port of Torrevieja, Los Naufragos Beach begins with a wide stretch of sand next to the salt conveyor that has become a landmark in the city and conveys salt from the nearby salt lakes to the waiting ships. Running south, the beach tapers off but stretches for quite a distance and remains sandy with welcoming shady palm trees dotted along the shoreline and gently shelving sand, making it a favourite among families with young children.

Los Naufragos Beach
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Los Naufragos Beach Amenities

Being just outside the city centre, parking is somewhat easier although during the peak summer months visitors may need to park a few blocks up from the beach in the residential area. There is wheelchair access to the beach and during the summer months a specially designed beach wheelchair is available for those with disabilities wishing to have a dip in the sea. Being a family favourite, Los Naufragos Beach has all sorts of floating platforms with jungle gyms and slides providing great fun for the young ones. Pedalo and jet ski hire is available and there are beach volleyball nets and exercise equipment. Further amenities include ablutions, showers, lifeguards, sun loungers and parasols.

Surrounding Facilities

There is a choice of cafes, bars and restaurants close to Los Naufragos Beach and in the nearby marina visitors can book a number of exciting water sports, activities, boat trips and adventure tours. The marina also houses La Bocana Cable Ski where visitors can enjoy a variety of water skiing disciplines in a safe environment, and the thrilling Jet Boat that takes passengers on a high speed ride performing all sorts of stunts. Torrevieja's most upmarket night venue, the superb Niki Lounge has a favourable position in the marina and hosts fantastic theme parties, fine dining, the latest audio & visual equipment, top DJ's and even a swimming pool complete with podium dancers.

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