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History Of Orihuela Costa

View from Orihuela Costa to La Manga and Mar Menor

Whilst the Orihuela Costa has always been here, it was not until the property boom during the 2000s that it really established itself as a tourist destination and a choice location for second home ownership by foreign nationals looking for their place in the sun. 

Orihuela Costa has an all year round population of approximately 35,000 which is commensurate with the population of the city of Orihuela 35km away, where the government presiding over Orihuela Costa reside.

During the summer months the population on the Orihuela Costa increases substantially to around 300,000, as the area fills with overseas holidaymakers and second home owners alike. With businesses in Spanish cities closing down during the summer months, this area is particularly popular with Madridlenos (Madrid residents) who travel with their extended family to enjoy the Orihuela Costa.

With the increase in population during the summer comes an increased pressure on the vital service in the area, and accordingly these are all strengthened for the health and safety of all those visiting the area.

With an average of 320 days of sunshine a year, the facilities that the area offers and the ease of travel connectivity to other countries, makes the Orihuela Costa an ideal place to escape to for many people of all nationalities throughout the year.



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