Manneken Pis, en svenskägd bar i Torrevieja: Svensk bar i Torrevieja
En svenskägd tapasbar vid Playa del Cura, Torrevieja med bra priser och gemytlig stämning. Vi hamnade där pga trötta fötter:) Personalen gjorde en ansträngning och fixade hamburgare o kebab åt oss till lunch när vi frågade om vi kunde få det (det fanns inte på menyn). Gott och billigt, stans billigaste öl/vin? 50 cent för ett glas. Jag har iaf inte sett billigare någonstans.
Vi var där några kvällar senare och det var världens drag! Massor med folk, mestadels tyskar o skandinaver kom o gick. Populärt ställe för förfest verkar det som. Rent, trevlig rolig personal, dit går vi gärna igen.
Dress Code: Kom som du är - men bikini och badkläder är inte så lämpligt kanske:)
The Celtic Drop: Best Live Music Venue
Having lived in the torrevieja area for over 6 years, I have visited a fair view haunts, however The Celtic DRop in Playa Flamenca is one of the highlights of the area. It has some great live music including the phenomenal Plan B every Wednesday night to name but one. Barrington is a fantastic soul & motown singer who is at the bar every tuesday. I would highly recommend this bar as a must toanyones trip to the costa if they want to get a taste for a great pint & super entertainment
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Rojales: Best of Spanish
If you want a more typical Spanish night out while in Torrevieja, i would recomend heading for Rojales. The main street has plenty of bars and nightclubs to choose from, all of which get VERY busy during the main seasons. The music is many spanish as are most of the people that you will meet there, so be warned you will most probably have to order your drinks in spanish too. However, nothing beats the laid back approach of the Spanish people. Here you can go for a meal at 10pm, leave the restaurant at 12 and go clubbing till 8am if you wanted.
In the summer months each town has its own fiesta (carnival) i would deffinatly recommend a trip to the Rojales fiesta or Quesada if you're there. The streets are decked out with lights, banners, music, and dancers. There is a parade right through the town and by 10pm the whole place is alive with celebrations and dancing. This is good fun for all the family, children included (the spanish kids will be dancing with the adults till 4am)! Deffinatly worth a visit.
You wont have to pay any entry fee, and the drinks are very cheap here (they will become more expensive the closer into the city you get, Alicante can be expensive if you go to the tourist places). So if you want to experience a true spanish night out, starting with a typical spanish meal, then i would suggest looking at some of the smaller towns. Rojales is deffinatly worth a visit.
Dress Code: Dress code is just casual for most of these places. (ive seen plenty of girls just in bikini tops in the summer months) however some of the bars may have a no trainers policies, but flipflops or sandals will be fine.
In the middle of the town or much further outside
Too bad I didn't catch the best spots during my holiday.
Most of the nigthlife bars and clubs are at the town centre, next to the beach bulevard. Restaurants at the bulevard closes sometime after midnight, but bars/clubs keep their doors and terraces open. There are couple of streets where almost all the nightlife is centered, so head towards the sounds.
I guess, some of the best(?) clubs can be found outside the town centre, but I didn't visited those... :-(
Dress Code: Everything goes, at least I didn't notice any kind of special dress code. But I guess it's good to wear at least some clothes, even if it's so d*mn hot as it was during my visit in July.
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the lansdown: pubs
because of torrevieja's large english and irish population you will have no problem finding a pint of guiness in this town. there are numerous irish and english pubs in torrevieja.
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