Big number of private clinics offering all kinds of health programs, like Anti-ageing programs, Fit and slim programs, Weight loss, Detox and Yoga retreats and many others. In other words, there is no health related service that is not present largely in Costa Blanca market.

A large variety of Dental services at very competitive prices keep attracting people from all over the Europe with excellent quality and wide range of prices and services.


In April 2006 the World Health Organisation confirmed that the beautiful year-round climate of the Costa Blanca was one of the healthiest areas of the world in which to live. Even to this date people who live in and know the region will attest to that fact.

The sunny climate guarantees a better wellbeing, which is ideal for people who are unfortunate to suffer from asthma, arthritis and skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis. Torrevieja situated next to the sea in the South of the Costa Blanca benefits from 320 days of sunshine each year with the average temperature ranging from 18-28 degrees Celsius.

It is no wonder Torrevieja has been voted by the World Health Organisation as one of the healthiest places in the world to live. The reason for this is that Torrevieja is surrounded by two of Europe’s largest salt lakes known as Laguna de la Mata and the Salinas de San Miguel. The high concentration of salt, together with the temperature forms what the experts call a "micro-climate" unique to this area and just a few others around the world.

These natural lagoons are protected natural park areas frequented by all sorts of wildlife such as Flamingos, but it doesn’t stop people from all over Europe from bathing in the lakes or basking in the natural mud baths, as it is said to be very good for the skin, joints and general wellbeing. With its superb climate and positive health factors area of Torrevieja has an impressive number of Spa and Wellness centers.

Pine forest and dunes of Guardamar

The sediments deposited by the Segura River at its mouth, added to the sand from the sea, originated a set of dunes that, in the nineteenth century, were moving at a rate of between 2 and 8 m per year. To stop their progress, in the early twentieth century more than 600 000 trees were planted, mainly Aleppo pine, creating a forest area of 800 hectares. Thus, the movement of dunes was stopped, creating an extraordinary scenic environment today called the Pinada, or the Alfonso XIII Park Parque Alfonso XIII, Guardamar de Segura, Alicante.