Discover the Costa Cálida

Murcia is a city where the sun shines all year round. If you are lucky enough to visit it, you will find that it awaits you with open arms to show you its culture, tradition and a traditional and gourmet gastronomy that you can enjoy with views of the Mar Menor.

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Los Alcázares

Los Alcázares de Murcia is a located in a wonderful tourist area where you can enjoy a holiday at any time of the year. It has seven kilometres of coastline and is considered the largest open-air spa, thanks to the chemical properties of its waters, which will make you feel as good as new.

Experience Murcia

Murcia is one of the most undiscovered regions of Spain. Beyond the Mar Menor, this province hides many treasures, starting with its capital, which boasts a large number of monuments of great historical and artistic value, as well as a range of leisure and gastronomic options that are bound to impress.

It also has beautiful beaches and enchanting coves. In addition to La Manga del Mar Menor, the coast from Cabo de Palos to Águilas, passing through Cartagena and Mazarrón, is packed with captivating, virgin beaches.

Other essential destinations include Lorca and Caravaca de la Cruz. Lorca is full of churches and cathedrals of great value such as the Collegiate Church of San Patricio, as well as its medieval castle. Caravaca de la Cruz is a place of pilgrimage and worship, with the Sanctuary of Vera Cruz.

Murcia encompasses a wide variety of landscapes, from wild coastlines, fossil dunes and pristine beaches, to salt flats, ravines and dense forests. The Salinas Regional Park is another of the province’s most famous spots, a paradise for birdwatching, where visitors can enjoy the beneficial properties of the mud from the Mar Menor.

Murcia also boasts the best agriculture in the country, something which is reflected in its delicious and varied cuisine, as well as its excellent designation of origin wines. Some of the most famous dishes are caldero del Mar Menor (rice and fish dish), michirones (bean stew) and paparajotes (deep-fried lemon leaves).

But if there is one thing Murcia is famous for, it’s the warmth of the people. Get ready to discover the joy of the locals and their numerous festivities, such as the Bando de la Huerta (spring festival), Holy Week and the Festival of the Moors and Christians.

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