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Flights to Torrevieja, Spain from the United Kingdom range from about 2h-10h. Your flight will be on the shorter end of the range if you’re departing from as far south as London and have booked a direct flight. Your flight will be closer to 10 hours if you’re departing from northern England or Scotland and have booked a flight with a stopover or two along the way.
You can book direct flights to Torrevieja from several cities across the UK. Ryanair, Jet2, and easyJet all provide daily direct flights from Glasgow and Manchester. In addition to these airlines, London’s Stansted and Gatwick airports also provide daily direct flights via British Airways. If you do experience layovers on your flight to Torrevieja, you can expect these to occur in common stopover cities for this route, such as London, Paris, and/or Ibiza.
When you fly into Torrevieja, you’ll alight at Alicante International Airport (ALC), about 40km north of the city centre. To reach Torrevieja city centre from the airport, you have a couple of options to consider. You can take a taxi from outside the airport’s arrivals terminal, which will cost about £48.50 and take about 35 minutes. Another option is to take the Costa Azul bus from the airport to Torrevieja city centre. This journey will take about an hour, with buses departing every hour or two, and will cost about £6.
Torrevieja is a resort town along southeastern Spain’s Costa Blanca, in the Alicante Province. It’s a popular town for holidaymakers from across the globe, thanks to its superb Mediterranean climate and beautiful scenery. If you’re travelling with children, be sure to visit Aquopolis for water sports and activities galore, and Pola Park, an amusement park with tons of rides and tasty restaurants. Visitors of all ages also love La Mata Beach, one of Torrevieja’s finest thanks to its warm sands, crystal clear water, and spacious layout. For a fantastic dose of history and culture, take a trip to Museo del Mar y de la Sal, Torrevieja’s Museum of Sea and Salt, which highlights the town’s roots as a major salt purveyor, as well as artifacts and photos of old boats and other fishing relics. Stroll through Parque de Las Naciones to enjoy a picture-perfect green space, perfect for picnicking and birdwatching. You can also hire a boat and glide across the park’s pond.
British citizens travelling to Torrevieja, Spain need a valid passport to embark on their holiday, although a visa is not required.