Orihuela Transport

 

 

Costa Blanca Details

 

 

 

Route

Identifier

N-332

Alicante, Guardamar del Segura, Torrevieja, Playas de Orihuela, Pilar de la Horadada, Cartagena

N-340

Murcia, Orihuela, Elche, Alicante

N-348

Orihuela, Orihuela Poligono Industrial, Granja de Rocamora

A-304

Orihuela, The Campanet, Hospital de Orihuela, Almoradi

A-310

Embalse de la Pedrera, Black Cabezo

A-311

Callosa de Segura, San Bartolome (TM Orihuela), Rafal

A-312

The Mudamiento

A-321

Orihuela, Redovan

A-330

Orihuela, The Desamparados, Beniel

A-331

Orihuela Torremendo

A-332

Orihuela, Bigastro, Torrevieja

A-333

Rural Torremendo

A-350

Playas de Orihuela, Campoamor Neighborhood

A-374

Orihuela, Media Legua

A-410

Rural Barbarossa

A-413

Orihuela Benferri, The Vincent, Abanilla

There are other local roads that connect all the rural lines such as: AV-301 (Torremendo-Zenete), AV-3005 (corner of Camino de los Cobos-Enmedio), AV-3012 (Low-Molins run), AV - 3314 (Hurchillo-Bigastro), AV-3315 (Arneva-Hurchillo), AV-3316 (Arneva-El Mojon), AV-3501 (Sierra Escalona), AV-4130 (The Los Vincent-Vives), AV-4141 (The The Matanza-Escorratel), C-332 (run averages), C-3131 (run Bajas).

Additionally, given the predominantly rural character of the municipality of Orihuela, it is crossed by numerous trails, paths, and sidewalks. Many of these have been paved, but due to its character and history, many roads have not disappeared despite sometimes having new roads built parallel to the original.

Some of these are:

Senda: Senda Masquefa, Senda del Obispo, Molina Senda, Senda Cascante.

Camino: Camino Viejo de Callosa (which unites the old with Callosa Orihuela), Camino Viejo de Almoradi (which unites the old with Almoradi Orihuela), Camino Viejo de Cartagena (which joined in the Middle Ages with Orihuela Cartagena), and Enmedio Road (the one linked in the Middle Ages with Orihuela Murcia).

Veredas: Vereda roll, Vereda Leghorn, Vereda San Jose.

Orihuela is located in the southeastern Spanish region of Bajo Segura 22 km from Murcia and Alicante 59. It is 30 minutes away from the airport of Alicante (El Altet) and 20 minutes away from the Murcia airport (San Javier air).

Orihuela is connected to the European road network through several motorways and expressways.

A-7 Mediterranean motorway, which connects Cadiz to Marseilles via a series of interconnected highways.

Alicante-Murcia motorway (exits 80 and 81)

Autovia Madrid-Alicante.

Alicante-Cartagena motorway that runs from the Orihuela Costa, linking these two cities.

Motorways that were designed for the Orihuela-Orihuela Costa and Orihuela-Guardamar/Torrevieja areas.

There are many first- and second-order transits inside the municipality. Some of these roads are:

 

 

 

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Urban Transportation

There are several bus lines in the city on the coast.

Orihuela City: There are five bus lines that run through the city of Orihuela and are joined with some close parishes such as Hurchillo and Arneva, Raiguero Bonanza, La Aparecida, Molins, and Three Bridges. In turn, there are lines connecting Orihuela with the Palm or the area of Espenetas. In addition, Orihuela Costa joins the city through two lines, with one ending in Torrevieja and the other in Pilar de la Horadada.

Orihuela Costa: There are two bus lines that run across the coast of Orihuela with multiple stops. There is a single line with the No. 1 bus linking Orihuela Costa to Torrevieja Hospital (Department of Health, which is located in this area).

Buses

The Orihuela taxi and bus stops are on the outside and inside, with 15 docks for buses. After the unification of the railway and bus stations, both are in the same building. Several companies provide bus service linking the city with any Valencia community and with cities and towns close to Murcia.

The 15 docks for buses also connect the city to all towns and cities of the region of the capital, as well as the parishes of the city.

Taxi

The city has three taxi stops: Railway Station/Interchange Orihuela; Teodomiro Avenue; and Street Loazes of Fernando.

The Coast has several stops in Campoamor and Playa Flamenca. Both fleets are urban and intercity services.

Torremendo: There is a single line that connects this hamlet with the Hospital of Torrevieja and Playas de Orihuela.

Rail

Orihuela has a train station that was built with modern glass architecture. Inside it houses the offices of both ADIF-RENFE bus companies. It was opened in 1998.

The city is connected by a rail from the 19th century, which opened for the Prime Minister of the Crown, Canovas del Castillo, and former minister Trinitario Ruiz Capdepon.

The train has lines linking Alicante to Murcia. There is the CIVIS service, with trains that stop only in major cities (Alicante, Elche, Orihuela, and Murcia). There is also a regional train service to Valencia.

ADIF-RENFE offers passenger services to cities like Elche, Alicante, Alcira, Sax, Elda, Jativa, Valencia Estacio del Nord, and Barcelona Franca station to station to Sants, Tarragona, Gerona, Castellon de la Plana, Murcia, Cartagena, Lorca, San Vicente del Raspeig, and the French city of Montpellier several times daily. It offers great lines through TALGO, Mare Nostrum, and the ARCO train. There are also freight trains in the area.

Orihuela will soon launch a reformed road that will accommodate high-speed trains. This will allow the high-speed train in the city of Euromed to stop here.

Capitals

Distance (km)

Cities

Distance (km)

Cities

Distance (km)

Alcoy

104.5

Almoradi

14.9

Almoradi

57.3

Benidorm

101.3

Callosa de Segura

8.9

Cartagena

77.8

Castellon

317.9

Denia

147.3

Elche

33.4

Elda

64

Guardamar del Segura

28.3

Murcia

23.4

Novelda

46.2

Torrefieja

31.1

San Vicente del Raspeig

59.3

Valencia

234

Villena

84.6

Madrid

423.9

Barcelona

591.1

Altet Airport

64.2

Murcia-San Javier Airport

48.8

Bike Lanes

The city is equipped with a bike lane network that has a dimension of 14 km and connects with parishes such as Desamparados, Cross Cover the Escorratel, as well as other areas such as the Palm, the city of Alicante, and Murcia-Road City to Murcia, to the Borough of Beniel.

There are plans to expand the number of bike lanes to other parishes such as Hurchillo or Arneva. There is also a section of cycle track linking the road and national highway Beniel Murcia-Alicante across the bridge of the salts and the Bishop Victorio Oliver Avenue.

Distances

The table provided below deals with the distances between the towns of Orihuela and the most important towns of the province (over 15,000), as well as the provincial capital of Valencia.