Ciudad Quesada

Ciudad Quesada is located on the Costa Blanca South just 8 kilometers north from the major town of Torrevieja.

Nearby towns include Rojales and San Fulgencio.

Getting to Ciudad Quesada from the nearest airports is straightforward, our Ciudad Quesada airport transfers page has all the options and prices for you.

Ciudad Quesada is inland from the coast so it may not be your first choice for a place to stay in – if you are looking for a beach holiday on the Southern Costa Blanca there are better choices.

Ciudad QuesadaCiudad Quesada is an unusual town because it really didn’t exist until the early 1970’s when a Spanish entrepreneur called Justo Quesada Samper decided to start his own town. The urbanisation grew and finally it was accepted as a real Spanish town.

Ciudad Quesada is a popular place where many people live all the whole year round. It has plenty of shops, bars and Ciudad Quesada restaurants.

Ciudad Quesada also has a golf course and aqua park so it does have its own unique attractions. It really depends on what you are after for your holiday.

Many award-winning sandy blue flag beaches are just a few minutes drive away at Guardamar del Segura. The urbanisation is well-designed with good landscaped features. The views are good, inland you have mountains, the countryside surrounding Ciudad Quesdada includes orange groves and the salt lakes of Torrevieja.

Golf in Ciudad Quesada

Ciudad Quesada has it’s own golf course called La Marquesa golf and country club. Also near to Ciudad Quesada is La Finca golf, Royal Campoamor golf and Las Ramblas golf.

Beaches in Ciudad Quesada

There are no beaches actually in Ciudad Quesada as it is slightly inland but there are numerous excellent beaches close by. The nearest beaches are at Guardamar del Segura, La Mata (also known as Torrelamata) and Torrevieja.

Before you head to the beaches see the latest Ciudad Quesada weather below:

Restaurants

Thanks to Violet for sending us this recommendation:

“The Indian Ocean Restaurant before Quesada, on the main road leading to Guardamar, near the La Laguna Hotel is by far the very best Indian Restaurant I have ever been to over years. The food is excellent, the venue itself is very pleasant, easy parking, the staff are really friendly…..no down side except that they close at 3pm till early evening if you usually have a late lunch! Cannot wait to go back again after yesterdays lovely visit.”

4 Must-do Tourist Excursions

If you are going to a holiday to Ciudad Quesada, here are some of our ideas for excursions so you make the most of your trip to the Costa Blanca South:

1. Visit the inland town of Elche famous for its palms.
2. Go south and enjoy La Manga.
3. The historic city of Murcia is not far.
4. If you want history, neighbouring Rojales has a older feel to it including cave houses.

Official Tourist Offices

You won’t find an official tourist information office in Quesada but there are nearby offices in Rojales, Torrevieja or Guardamar – for telephone numbers, addresses and emails see our Costa Blanca tourist office page.

The video shows photos and images of the town and its facilities:


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Comments

  1. Bob Croissant says:

    Hi,Are there any cribbage clubs in or near Quesada please.

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  3. dave ellis says:

    quesada is one off them places you need to go more than once if you go for a week you no need to cook from morrning to night you can have english breakfast in cafes every day off the week dinner time or lunch time a snack in a pub with a beer then evening meal can be diffrent every night from spanish to chinese indean or the best fish and chips in the world cooked in beer batter yum ps ok spelling not good so go there and try to prove me wrong trigger

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