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The sport venue will be: LA CIUDAD DEPORTIVA CAMILO CANO, european village of sport
The Sports City Camilo Cano is one of the most modern sports complex and a sports tourism. A total of 66 sports facilities in 120,000 m2.
The sports city has many sports facilities such as swimming pools, gym, soccer, tennis, squash, skate park, tatamis, padbol and many more, to cover all sports needs.
Sport City Camilo Cano - La Nucia
The Camilo Cano de La Nucía Sports City is the European Sports Village 2012, awarded by the European Parliament of Brussels and 2013 National Sports Award, awarded by the Superior Sports Council in 2013 at the Palacio del Pardo in Madrid by HM King D Felipe VI. It has also been an Olympic Studies Center since 2014 granted in Madrid by the Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) and a benchmark for national sport. This municipal sports center has a total of 66 sports facilities in a 220,000m2 space.
La Nucia has recently been awarded the prestigious title of European City of Sport 2013 in the European Parliament and the National Sports Award 2012, awarded by the Sports Council of Spain.
Sea & Mountains
The town is placed in a privileged spot between the sea and the mountains in the Region of La Marina Baixa. It is 10km away from Benidorm and 3kms away from Altea
Natural spots such as El Captivador and Ermita de Sant Vicent, our walking paths, the Environmental Educational Centre-CEM, or El Calvari, with a spectacular view of La Nucía. Places to dream, come and discover them!
The Seu Universitaria de La Nucía (university headquarters), former Municipal Public School, is located in the Old Part of the Village. Different number of courses and seminars are held there during the whole year.
The Auditori de la Mediterránea (Concert Hall) offers the visitor a program of activities full of cultural and artistic proposals, the best theatre plays, music, dance… Art and Culture to enjoy
Fiestas full of tradition celebrated in La Nucía Old Town. Everybody is invited to take part in them. Welcome to our Fiestas!
Spain is a country that continues to surprise and let us tell you it’s not all sunbathing and shopping! There are so many reasons to visit Spain, so many in fact, that it may actually be difficult to decide where to go! We’re outlining our top 5 reasons to visit Spain along with our holiday suggestions to help you make up your mind.
For many people, one of the highlights of Spain is, of course, the amazing food on offer. The country’s vibrant cities offer up Michelin-starred restaurants and lively tapas bars, while small-town cafés and restaurants offer up traditional dishes such as paella, seafood stew and chorizo, made with love from family-recipes. Spanish cuisine is known for being delicious, healthy and full of flavour, so there are many unique dishes available that will tempt your taste buds. If we’ve made you hungry then one Spanish foodie destination that should not be missed is the Costa Brava! Most notably, the region’s capital city Barcelona is renowned for its authentic tapas bars. Tapas has become a popular concept in recent years but it is believed to have originated in Spain centuries ago where bar owners would cover their customer’s drinks with a small slice of bread or cheese to protect it from the surrounding dust.
From Madrid and Barcelona to Valencia and Seville…when it comes to must-visit cities, we really are spoiled for choice in Spain. The vibrant cities of Madrid and Barcelona are world-renowned for their arts and culture scene, fantastic food, incredible museums and impressive shopping options. Seville is another remarkable Spanish city, offering visitors a rich cultural experience, from flamenco dancing to architectural heritage. With so many options, it’s impossible to choose so you’ll have to just visit them all! One underrated gem and one of our top-picks is the vibrant, historical city of Salamanca! Most of the city centre is pedestrianised inviting visitors to walk around and discover the heart of the city. Salamanca is a bustling city with lively cafés, terraces and bars, perfect for a relaxing afternoon in the sun.
Southern Spain is a traveller’s paradise offering breathtaking scenery, stunning beaches and great weather…but one aspect that is often overlooked is the beautiful whitewashed villages and towns that dot the rugged hillsides of Andalucía. Formerly farming and fishing villages, many of these local gems fell into disrepair over the years but have been brought back to life by locals and visitors who have recently rediscovered their charm. From quaint, cobbled streets and whitewashed houses to pretty ruins and churches, these vibrant villages are a charming attraction in themselves and although they have become popular with tourists in recent years, they have still managed to retain their ancient charm for now! One of our top suggestions is the beautiful village of Frigiliana which is often voted as one of the prettiest in Spain.