Thursday 2 February 2012: Torrevieja Seafront
Not the sunny day that you expect at this time of the year but I love the light when it's like this.
Here's a bit of Wiki about Torrevieja.
Until 1802, Torrevieja existed only as an ancient guard tower, which gave the town its name (Torre Vieja (Spanish) means Old Tower) and some labourers' cottages. But in 1803, Charles IV authorized the movement of the salt production offices from La Mata to the town itself and allowed the construction of dwellings there. In 1829, the town was totally destroyed by an earthquake, but the basins were soon reconstructed and re-opened.