Daya Nueva and Daya Vieja Costa Blanca South
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The two villages of Daya Nueva and Daya Vieja are geographically close together but administratively they are very separate, each having their own town halls and places of interest.
Daya Nueva is the larger of the two. At one end of the high street is the town hall, beside which a small market with less than a dozen stalls takes place every Tuesday morning. There is a summer only outside swimming pool and a number of grassed parks with benches dotted around the urbanisation areas on the edge of the village.
Daya Vieja is the older of the two and is slightly smaller. The central square contains the church, the town hall and a futuristic viewing platform which spirals around a cluster of palm trees. Another interesting landmark is the old water tower which is now a cultural centre. Three or four stalls are set up every Friday morning for the weekly market and there is an outdoor swimming pool which everyone can pay to use during the summer.