The wide golden sands of Campoamor Beach are a popular choice with holidaymakers to Orihuela Costa. The coastal area, also referred to as Dehesa de Campoamor actually comprises three beaches, Playa de Campoamor, Cala de Campoamor and Caleta de la Glea. From here visitors will find one of the most picturesque coastal paths on the Costa Blanca that stretches all the way to the northern border of Orihuela Costa at Punta Prima.
Taking pride of place in the centre of Campoamor Beach is the pretty Miguel Caballero Marina. Here visitors can take an evening stroll, visit the yacht club or enjoy a variety of food and drinks in a selection of bars and restaurants. It's easy to see why the resort is a popular holiday choice and also home to large British, Irish and Scandinavian expat communities. With great accommodation options, wide sandy beaches that are cleaned daily and a choice of surrounding golf courses, activities and attractions, visitors don't have to go far for fun in the sun.
Campoamor Beach gets busy during the summer months, but due to its good width usually has room for all. There is disabled access, lifeguards, showers, ablutions, sun loungers, parasols, beach sports, water sports and several lively beach bars. These are a great social aspect of the beach and offer ice cold beers and soft drinks, wine and spirits, sangria and some inventive cocktails. The bars also offer a selection of snack meals, crisps, sweets and ice creams.
Dehesa de Campoamor is the most affluent area of Orihuela Costa, evident in the stunning beach front villas and three excellent 18 hole golf courses. The main course at Real Club de Campoamor is located slightly inland and offers first class practice facilities, grand club house and a four star resort hotel with further sports facilities, swimming pools, gym and spa.