Torrevieja Day Five
Steve, if you need a reason to come back to Torrevieja, there is quite a lot happening around the region you might enjoy. Ending the month of February, on Thursday 26th in Torrevieja’s Palacio de Musica there is a free concert given by the students of the Instituto Playa Flamenca in the Palacio de la Musica while later in the evening at 8:30pm, Verdi’s Opera ‘Un Baile de Mascaras’ takes place in the Teatro Municipal, with tickets priced at 25€ to 35€.
Staying in Torrevieja on Saturday 28th February at 7.00pm there is a concert by the Bella Torrevieja Choir in the Palacio de la Musica: tickets 3€. Later that evening, famous Spanish artist ‘El Barrio’, will perform in the Sports Centre, the Palacio de los Deportes Infanta Cristina at 10.00pm, with prices from 150€ to 27€.
Albatera’s 8th Tapas Route will take place in Albatera over two weekends, the 27th February-1st March and the 6th-8th March 2015. This is one of the most popular activities in Albatera with the price just 2.00€ for a tapa and a drink and 4.00€ if you’d prefer a Gin and Tonic. There’s a choice of 48 tasty and different tapas and five various Gin and tonic variations for you to taste.
Cuevas del Rodeo in Rojales, the caves, have their monthly Craft market on the first weekend of March, and every first weekend of the month. Everyone is invited to browse examples of art and design offered by the local artisans, participate in workshops, try some local food and find out more about the local craft scene. The event takes place on the first Sunday of every month from January to June from 11:00am to 2.00pm and during July and August from 7.00pm to 11:00pm.
As we move into the March, on the 8th at 7.00pm the Coro Sol y Sal have a free performance with the Coro Nueva Generacion on March 13th for just 2.00€, with both performances at the Palacio de la Música
Another of the area’s most colourful events is the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cabo Roig. Activities will be starting around 3.00pm with music and entertainment provided by TKO Radio, followed by welcome speeches, a parade of classic and specialist cars and motorbikes and the parade proper.
March 19th is Father’s Day and a Red Day with a special performance the evening before at 8.30pm by the Banda Juvenil Unión Musical Torrevejense at the Palacio de la Música with entrance for free. On March 28th the Book Fair starts in Torrevieja, along the Paseo de la Vista Alegre with thousands of books at special prices, and a British Bookshop with English titles there too.
Five days in Torrevieja already and there is still more to show but I know you need to be moving on, Steve.
We’ll have a quick coffee in the morning with Mike at Coy’s Cars and then you will be on your way.