Jardin Del Mar V, Torrevieja

Welcome to the website for JDMV, Torrevieja

JDM V Virtual Tour

Do you want to show your friends and relatives, or even potential buyers or rents exactly what our fase looks like? We´ll you can now, just click HERE. You can look all around the fase and even have a look around the pool.

Simply use your arrow keys to look left or right and then press the centre of the screen to move forward.


April 30, 2009 Posted by | Urb. News, Useful Websites | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Swimming Pool News

Work on the swimming pool is nearly complete, and it´s hoped that the filling of the pool with water will start this weekend.


April 28, 2009 Posted by | Urb. News | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

FREE Europe Day Concert


Crescendo International Choir, who are based in Torrevieja, are presenting a concert in celebration of Europe Day. As it is not convenient to hold the concert on the 9th (the recognised Europe Day) it will take place in the church of the Immaculate Conception, in the main church square by the town hall, after the evening mass on Sunday evening May 10th at approx. 20:45 hrs.


The choir will be joined by the Cantabile Singers (an all ladies choir) under the direction of Jennifer Morton. They will also have two items from Soave, an accomplished quartet from within the Crescendo Choir.
To help you decide if you want to go and hear the concert this is the programme of music they groups will be presenting.

Gloria – a rhythmic modern song from America and sung in Latin
Huellas en la Arena – a beautiful habanera
Joshua fight the Battle of Jericho – a negro spiritual song
Locus Iste – (Bruckner) written for the dedication of the votive chapel of Linz cathedral.
Zadok the Priest – Sung at the coronation of every British monarch since 1727
Soave – Panis Angelicus

Cantabile will then sing:
All in the April Evening
Ave Maria (Saint Saens)
Nun’s Chorus
Habanera Divina
The Exodus Song
Easter Hymn


Crescendo will follow this with:
Triumphal Chorus from Aida
Unchained Melody
The Lord’s Prayer
(Malotte) Swingin’ with the Saints, which they hope will send you home with a spring in your step, unless, of course, you would like to hear the choir sing, in these fantastic surroundings, their beautiful arrangement of The Blessing of Aaron.

The front of house team will be at the door with buckets to gratefully receive your donations which will all go to the church organ fund.
Please give generously to this fund. The quicker monies are raised, the sooner we will be able to hear those grand organ sounds again in this city of such a great musical heritage.

April 27, 2009 Posted by | What´s On | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Medieval Market 2009

This Friday sees the return of the Medieval Market to the Park of Nations in Torrevieja. The market runs from Friday 1st until Sunday 3rd May 2009 with many stalls selling food, drink, gifts and jewellery.

And it´s a **FREE** to attend event.

April 27, 2009 Posted by | What´s On | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Watch TV On Your Computer – For FREE


We´ve found two nice little websites that lets you watch thousands of TV channels across the world on your P.C. or Apple Mac´s and for FREE.


http://www.wherever.tv allows you to watch stations from America, Belgium, Canada, France, the UK and many, many more.

There are 54 different UK channels, but the main ones are ITV1, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, SkyNews and Channel M.

The site is totally FREE and you can watch it FULL screen on your computer by double clicking on the image.


Also available is http://www.filmon.com/tv/index.php which offer high quality TV.

April 23, 2009 Posted by | Useful Websites | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

**WARNING** Gas Man Con

Bogus gas men have been calling on properties on JDMV today. The men claim to be Repsol engineers, but call on properties randomly, even properties without gas (remember to have gas you must have a contract with them, so if they were official the conmen would know who had and had not got gas). They ask for payment of 42.10€ for each appliance inspected. Be warned, these men are NOT employees of Repsol and the company NEVER turn up unannounced and burglaries have happened after their visits.


If you have been visited by these men please call Repsol IMMEDIATELY and Neighbourhood Watch.

Remember that Repsol NEVER turn up unannounced. If you are in doubt   DON´T let them into your home and call Repsol, and NOT any number that these people may give you.

Here is a recent article from the Round Town News about this:

Many residents of the area have been approached by three men with a white and silver van claiming to be conducting gas safety checks within the area. People have naively allowed them to enter their homes and burglaries have occurred as a result. These men are bogus. They are NOT Repsol engineers as they are claiming. The van they use is not an official, sign-written Repsol van and the blue shirts that they are wearing are not Repsol uniforms. There are three men described as having ‘dark hair and complexion’ and although they speak Spanish, one of the neighbours believes them not to be Spanish nationals. One man is believed to be around fifty years of age with a thick, dark moustache whilst the other two are younger, perceived to be in their early to mid thirties. A worried elderly lady in Quesada contacted one of her neighbours when she was approached by these men and wisely refused them access to her home. When the neighbour questioned the men they taunted him with a ‘two fingered’ gesture and promptly left. It is believed that this bogus team are operating in the Quesada, Rojales and San Fulgencio areas but may have moved further a field as their profile has been raised in these areas. Please be aware and if in doubt, seek identification and double check with Repsol.

April 22, 2009 Posted by | Urb. News | , , , , | Leave a comment

Useful Telephone Numbers

Below you´ll find a list of useful telephone numbers. If you think we´ve missed any, then let us know by email at jardin.del.mar.v@gmail.com

Emergency’s – 112

For Police, Fire, Ambulance, Coast Guard or Life Guard call 112. English speaking operators are ALWAYS available. You can call this number from any land-line or mobile – even a mobile that is locked or has no credit.



The adminstrators for JDMV are Sociedad Europea Administradora.

Telephone 965 714 979

Fax 965 705 316

Email jaciruelos2@yahoo.es



Alicante (El Altet) 966 919 100 / 966 919 000 /  966 919 400

Murcia (San Javier) 968 570 070 / 968 172 000

Bus stations

Alicante 965 130 700

Torrevieja 965 710 146


British 965 216 022

Irish 965 107 485


Central Salud, Torrevieja – 966 700 877

Central Salud, San Luis – Admission: 966 786 970 – Administration: 966 785 224 – Fax: 966 789 877


Clínca La Siesta (Private), Torrevieja – 966 784 195 or (mobile) 639 286 656



Torrevieja (Los Bolcones)- 965 721 000 / 965 721 200

San Jamie (Private), Torrevieja – 966 921 313


CoastRider – 966 701 060

Costa Blanca News – 965 855 286

Leader – 966 730 057

Round Town News – 965 705 204


The elected president of the urbanisation has a mobile phone on which he/she can be contacted. The mobile is passed from president to president so the president may change but the number never does.

666 872 653

You can also visit the current president at 54 Jardin del Mar V.


radio cars taxi torrevieja

Radio Taxi Torrevieja – 965 712 277



Train information Alicante (RENFE) – 965 920 202

Train FGV, Alicante (local railway) – 965 262 731



Eurocentro – San Luis, Torrevieja – 966 786 343

Eurocentro – Torrevieja Town – 965 714 940

Urgent 24 hour – Guardamar – 965 727 817

April 21, 2009 Posted by | Useful Telephone Numbers | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

St. George´s Day Festival 2009 in Orihuela Costa


St. George is not only the Patron Saint of England but also of a number of other countries as well, such as Portugal, Georgia, Serbia, Russia, Greece and Macedonia. The day is also celebrated to varying degrees throughout Spain, the most notable being in Catalonia where it is known as La Diada de Sant Jordi, which is a Catalan holiday. On this day, Catalan men give their sweethearts and loved ones roses, while women present the men with a book. At the end of the day some 4 million roses and 400,000 books have changed hands.


Although it is not a national holiday in England, it is seen as the National Day and great efforts have been made during the last few years to further promote the day with special events and general celebration of ‘Englishness.’ 

Now, the Orihuela Costa the Ayuntamiento would like to ‘do their bit’ by organising a special fiesta with market stalls, food, drink and entertainment to celebrate the day. This will take place on the parking area near the Mercadona at Playa Flamenca from the 22 April until the 24 April. This is very much a trial run to see if it will be successful for future years. However bearing in mind the large number of English expats in the Orihuela Costa and nearby regions, there is no reason why it should not be successful and develop into a regular annual fiesta enjoyed by all.

April 21, 2009 Posted by | What´s On | , , , , | Leave a comment

Swimming Pool News Update

Tuesday 7th April 2009
Work has started to establish the cause of the leak in the swimming pool.




Friday 17th April:
Work is continuing on the pool. The leak appears to have been between the big and small pool.

April 17, 2009 Posted by | Urb. News | , , , | Leave a comment

May Fair

This years May Fair takes place from 9pm on Wednesday 6th May until late on Sunday 10th May 2009.

The May Fair in Torrevieja follows in the style of the Sevillian April Fair. In the Port enclosure stands are set up to which more than three hundred thousand revellers come, many in typical Andalusian dress to dance “sevillanas” or to enjoy Torrevieja’s sherry. The activities are complemented with the “pasos de caballos”, “los enganches” and the tasting of typical products.

The closing of the May Fair will be marked by a firework display.

The fair will take place in the usual place of the fun fair grounds, adjacent to the port.



April 17, 2009 Posted by | What´s On | , , , , , | Leave a comment

What out – Thieves are about (UPDATED)

A Spanish home owner on JDMV has recently had an outdoor table and a bicycle stolen from his garden. The garden is securely locked with a fairly high fence, but the thieves still managed to get away unnoticed. 

Both the UK & Spanish govenment, and police forces, have warned that with the credit crush we can expect more robberies and thefts.

Please ensure your property is secure, preferably locked, and that you are vigilant at all times.


It has also come to our attention that vandals have been graffiting the solarium’s of at least two properties. Again, please be extra vigilant, lock gates and if you see something suspicious call the police on 112. English speaking operators are ALWAYS there.

April 15, 2009 Posted by | Urb. News | , , , | Leave a comment

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April 15, 2009 Posted by | Useful Websites | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

6th Annual Model Boat Exhibition

The 6th annual model boat exhibition, in association with the museum of sea and salt, will take place between Saturday 18th April and Sunday 31st May 2009 at Las Aljibes in the Park of Nations, with both fixed and radio controlled models. 


Click HERE for a video of what you can expect to see.

This is a FREE exhibition.

April 14, 2009 Posted by | What´s On | , , , , | Leave a comment

Torrevieja’s Tribute to Transport Day – Sunday April 19th


Spring is in the air and with that comes the annual Club Torrevieja Tribute to Transport Day. This second year of festivities is guaranteed to be bigger and better than ever. The event is taking place on the new Marina Salinas pier in Torrevieja, just beside the Delfin S61 Submarine and Albatross Customs Boat, which are also open to the public. All are invited and entrance is free.


Along with a display of Classic, Specialist and interesting cars, it’s hoped that there shall also be a turnout from both the Harley Davidson and Scooter community, a rare Trike plus cars that are on the Costa Blanca TV’s film and TV database.

Raising awareness about the problems faced by those with disabilities, parents pushing prams and wheelchair access in the town centre are staff and students from APENEE, who shall be handing out information plus car-door hangers, highlighting the plight of those with disabilities, to gently inform those who inconsiderately park across access ramps, just what they have done.

Registration for the cars and bikes is from 10.30 to 11.00 when the festivities start. At noon, ‘Tuna Femenina’ a group of Medieval Troubadours shall perform followed by a performance from Raquel Pena’s Sevillanas Dance Club.

The cars and bikes shall warm up their engines and set off in a cavalcade through Torrevieja planned for 1.00 pm before heading off for lunch at Restaurante La Estación at 2.00pm, where they shall also mount a further display outside the old railway station.

Fun for all the family is to be had and the more that turn up the merrier the proceedings shall be. Information shall also be available on Club Torrevieja’s Car and Driver awareness program with the introduction of Car Watch. Pick up your copy and stay safe and secure this summer.

If you’ve an interesting or classic car or bike and would like to display it, for free, on the 19th, please contact us or show up on the morning prior to 10.30 am, and they would be happy to include your vehicle.

For more information on the event or about Club Torrevieja Classics and Specialists Cars, please visit their web site: www.ClubTorrevieja.com or call Keith on 609 063 614

April 14, 2009 Posted by | What´s On | , , , , | Leave a comment

Torrevieja Webcams

Do you want to see what´s going on in Torrevieja without even leaving the comfort of your armchair or just fancy knowing what the weather´s like when you´re stuck in the UK, Germany or Ireland? Did you know that there are a total of 3 webcams in Torrevieja?

One camera is placed hight above the Old Casino on the front and overlooks the marina.


You can view this camera here: http://webcam.comunitatvalenciana.com/webcam-costablanca-torrevieja-51

Another camera is situated outside Keepers Bar by the harbour wall. This camera looks out at the front of the bar and to sea.


You can view this camera by clicking here: http://www.torrevieja.com/eng/webcam.html

(A word of warning about this camera though, it doesn´t work on all internet browsers, and you might have to download “firefox.”)

The third webcam is placed on the corner of the Town Hall on Calle de Ramón Gallud


You can view this webcam here: http://www.torreviejaip.tv/webcams/webcam.html

April 11, 2009 Posted by | Useful Websites | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment



A website dedicated to users photo´s. This account focuses on Spain and in particular the Torrevieja area. Many pictures are “geotagged” so you can see on a map where the pictures where taken by looking under “Additional Information” and then clicking on the town name after “Taken in.” The site should give you some great ideas for days out.


April 6, 2009 Posted by | Useful Websites | , , , | Leave a comment