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Ciudad Quesada, better knows as Quesada is a district located in the municipality of Rojales in the Costa Blanca South, just 30 minutes drive from Alicante Airport. It enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with an average temperature of 18ºC. Just a stones throw from the famous Blue Flag beaches of Guardamar and Santa Pola, it has become very popular due to its tranquility and landscape features. Surrounded by orange and lemon groves with the Murcian mountain as a backdrop in contrast with the Salt Lake and Lagoon, makes this place stand out. Its 18-hole golf course La Marquesa, nearby international schools and cozy center offers all kind of services and amenities all year round. Quesada provides a great and exciting quality of life on the Mediterranean, in proximity to some of the finest coastlines and major cities like Orihuela Costa, Alicante, Elche and Murcia.
Exploring the Village
If you are a Golf enthusiast, in Quesada and nearby you will be spoiled with choice where to practice your swing. Apart from having its own 18-hole Golf course and country club of La Marquesa, within less than 15 minutes drive you will find other renowned golf courses like La Finca, Royal Campoamor and Las Ramblas. So, take your pick! If you plan for a day out with the family, a picnic or hike in the refreshing oasis and pineforest park El Recorall makes for a good daytrip. But we are sure that the kids find Aqua Park even cooler! When the laziness kicks in, a stroll along the lively and jolly Sunday market Mercadillo el Zoco might help to recharge batteries. Here you can get everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to books, or even handmade hammocks. Perfect for swinging away a nice siesta after some tasty tapas and cold beverages in town. After all you know what they say... When in town, do as the locals!
Whether you head north or south of Quesada along the coast, keep your beach gear at hand. The entire coastline is blessed with alluring spots such as the golden sandy beaches in Guardamar and La Mata. To the south you’ll find Orihuela Costa making for an ideal destination to combine activities from great shopping, go-kart, minigolf. And even offers great international and local cuisine to satisfy the most demanding palates. Point your compass to the north and you’ll find Elche and Alicante less than 40 minutes away. Elche is not only famous for its palm tree groves, shoe outlets and wine tasting in Bodegas Faelo. In fact, Elche has a 12 km long coast with 6 amazing fine sandy beaches and chic beach bars playing away the day with chill out music. Impressive and proud is how one finds El Castillo de Santa Barbara in Alicante, guarding the coastline. Although Alicante’s urban beach El Postiguet is inviting, take the opportunity to visit the Contemporary Art or the Archaeological Museum, where to find out about this city's fascinating past & present. Anticipate your hunger and treat yourself to some nice tapas. Head to the Old Town, choose one of the many nice outdoor terraces and order a tasty Tabla de Queso Manchego con Jamon Serrano to go with a formidable glass of local produce red wine. Buen Provecho!
Whatever your choice of entertainment might be, Quesada is the ideal location for the entire family.
- 27.60 km²