Garrucha is an old marine town that happens to be a choice of priority for most of the tourists in Spain since it has the finest seafood restaurants to offer and is known as the paradise for seafood lovers, famous for the Garrucha prawns only fished in the local waters, the main income for the town is from its thriving fishing industry. The styles of preparations are kept traditional and while all of the seafood that is being offered is absolutely delicious, the prawns of Garrucha certainly have to be of accentuated. Garrucha is a town that keep on rising with the passage of time. The basic services of life which may include hotels, flats, clubs, bars, schools, and a range of restaurants are all available conveniently in Garrucha. The aforementioned town certainly has the finest promenade to offer. The white Macael marble balustrade which is being planned to increase in length is absolutely perfect for taking a stroll since it offers a brilliant outline for the golden sanded beaches which go up to Mojácar.
A beautiful and lively fishing town that still retains much of its old charm, over recent years it has become a popular tourist destination. There are several childrens play areas and seating areas in the 2km stretch. A perfect place to watch the sun set over the Mediterranean Sea. Places of interest include the Hermitage del Virgen del Carmen: Virgen del Carmen is the patron saint of the town. On the 16th July each year the fisherman pass the chapel on their way to the port as part of a colourful celebration.