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Orihuela Costa tourist train gets on the right track for summer

YOU MIGHT HAVE HEARD a few whistles and the ringing of bells around the local area this past week, as the new Orihuela Costa tourist train enters service.

The new local attraction has been launched by Orihuela Town Hall in association with the established Valencian passenger transport company, Bus Sigüenza.

The Orihuela Costa tourist train, or “Orihuela Tren Turístico” will run local transport services along the coastline all summer, offering a super-fun way to see the sights and experience the sounds of the region.

The service will operate two routes, with one train starting out from Campoamor and running east along the Orihuela Costa coastline, and another train running return services from Playa Flamenca and travelling in a westerly direction.

Orihuela Costa tourist train from Playa Flamenca to Campoamor

The passenger trains will pass many of the local places of interest and make frequent stops along the journey to allow passengers to disembark or board the service.

The Orihuela Costa tourist train will operate two road-going locomotives, with each train pulling two carriages with covered seating to protect passengers from the sun.

Orihuela Costa tourist train, daily services throughout the summer

Scheduled stops include Playa Flamenca beach, La Zenia beach, Zenia Boulevard shopping centre, the port and beaches of Campoamor, and the renowned Cabo Roig strip.

Orihuela Costa tourist train from Playa Flamenca to Campoamor

With a travel time of just 55 minutes each way, the Orihuela Costa tourist train provides a great way of exploring the local area even in the height of summer, as the movement of the vehicle provides a cooling sea breeze even on the stillest of days.

A ticket for the trains costs €3.00 per person, with discounts available for children and families, and a ticket is valid for travel for the entire day. Services operate daily all summer until the end of September, with trains running every day from 9:00 until 21:00.

The Orihuela Costa Tren Turístico is expected to prove exceptionally popular, and the service's website offers reservations for group bookings. For more information about the new tourist train, visit the official website.

Orihuela Costa tourist train

Looking for holiday ideas and travel inspiration? Find out more about our favourite recommended things to do on the Orihuela Costa or join the La Zenia community Facebook group and find out what's going on in the local area.

Photo credit: LaZenia.com

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Alexander Pichlmayr
Alexander Pichlmayrhttp://www.lazenia.com
Originally from Germany, Alexander has lived in Spain over 28 years. Graduated as MBA, he combines his enthusiasm for marketing with a deep expertise in the Spanish Real Estate and Tourism Industry.


  1. Can’t wait to come back to Cabo Roig in August and use this new service… Brilliant idea my kids can’t wait to get a we ride on the train ??

  2. Spent our last night in spain on this lovely little train. Really was a highlight to see all the local area we hadnt managed to cover on foot. Driver was really friendly and made the journey more enjoyable. Waving to all the locals giving out a whistle and watching children get excited as we rode past. Absolute brilliant idea and will. Be re using the service on our next visit.

  3. I am looking forward to using thuis train. We just bought an apartment in cam poamor and thuis is the perfect rode to get to know the area.Can you alsof buy a 10-turn card ?

  4. A brilliant idea for holidaymakers and those of us who live here all year round. A good price too.

  5. Hi where exactly does the train stop on the cabo roig strip. We’d like to get it tomorrow but cannot make out the map for Cabo Roig? Thanks so much.

  6. Hi please could you tell me the location of the stop in Cabo Roig we are next to the ambulance station on Noray Thank you

  7. Wish I’d seen this a few weeks ago, just returned from great holiday in Cabo Riog, we walked miles at various times of day but never saw this little train but have used similar in other places a really great idea for people to see the area at a leisurely pace, hope it’s running next time we go back, will definitely make use of it.

  8. Hi. Where would the stop closest to me be, I have seen the map but not to sure where exactly it is. I’m in el rincon playa flamenca. Thanks

  9. Morning we are in la Florida can you tell me the nearest train stop and what time please , unfortunately i dont speak Spanish yet can i get some information in English please.


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