Apart from amazing mountains surrounding the area there are an awful lot of places to visit just away from the coast and Quesada, which is a relatively new town on the Costa Blanca landscape, has, in a short time, evolved into a fine multi-cultural town.
Alicante and Murcia airports are only 30 miles and the nearest beach is within 10 minute’s drive away at the large bustling town of Torrevieja with hundreds of bars, restaurants and a lovely seaside promenade with a night-time market.
If you are a golfer, then they are many professional golf courses. Villamartin, Las Ramblas and Campoamor are a short drive away, but in Quesada you have your very own too – the splendid La Marquesa course. But Quesada isn’t just for golfers with an abundance of businesses, activities and things to do a-plenty and one of the busiest town centres you’ll find on the Costa Blanca. Quesada is a multi-national community that caters for all budgets and needs with a variety of homes dotting the mountainside from a one-bedroom flat to a luxury Spanish villa.
You will never be stuck for something to do in Quesada, that’s for sure. A busy and active expat community boasts a terrific bowls complex with bars and pools for those of us with less energy to waste. The local water park is open every day during the summer months and I know from experience that parents can relax in the sun (or shade) while the go and play. And with Torrevieja and Guardamar just down the road the beaches are not far away. And, in Quesada you have your own bustling town that comes with shops, bars, restaurants, a golf course and, of course, lots of happy people.
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© Dave Bull 2012