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Museums in Torrevieja

Museum of the sea and salt, Easter, the Museum de la Habanera "Ricardo Lafuente"

Museum of sea and salt:
Nahodyata at the address. Patricio Perez 10. Phone +96 670 46 43. Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 09.30 am to 2.30 pm and in the evening from 17.00 to 21.00 hours. On Saturdays from 10.00 to 13.00 hours and from 17.00 to 21.00 hours. Sundays from 10.00 to 13.00 hours. Closed on Monday.

The Museum of Easter "Thomas Valkarsel":
Located at ul. Formentera. Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and in the evening from 4 pm to 7 pm.

The Museum of La Habanera "Ricardo Lafuente":
Located in the station square, in the first building. Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10.15 am to 13.15 hours, evenings 16.30 to 19.30 hours.

Patrol "Albatross III":
Belonged to the Customs Supervision Service prior to its transfer to the Sea and Salt Museum. For 33 years his history continues as a guard of our coast, becoming in March 2006 a new floating museum. The Museum of Sea and Salt since March 23, 2006 offers its visitors a new floating museum, Albatross III. We want his premises to give an understanding of the work performed by the crew.

Opening hours: June to September Wednesday to Sunday: 17 to 21 hours. October-May. Wednesday-Sunday: 10 am-2 pm Monday and Tuesday are closed. Phone: 966 704 643 from

Submarine "C-61 Dolphin":
A ship of culture and unity between people expressing the depth of the roots of navigation. The dolphin is a submarine of the Daphne class on loan from the Spanish Armada in the municipality of Torrevieja. The first "floating" museum of this kind in Spain. Maritime traditions and relations with the Spanish Armada, contributed to the fact that on December 1, 1974 Torrevieja presented the flag of the battle of the submarine Dolphin. Since May 8, 2004, the submarine Dolphin becomes the first Spanish ship to become a floating museum, offering all visitors an opportunity to get acquainted with the inner structure of the submarine and imagine how the conditions of life of its crew were. The submarine Dolphin is part of the image of Torrevieja, having accepted over 1,300,000 visitors since its transformation into a museum.

Working hours:
From June to September
Wednesday-Sunday: from 17 to 21 hours.
October to May
Wednesday-Sunday: 10 to 14 hours
Monday and Tuesday are closed.
Minimum height for visiting the submarine: 1m15 cm
Phone: Call C 966 704 643
NOTE: Closed on rainy days and holidays
Closed in May and June for maintenance