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  • Cartagena.

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    Cartagena. Murcia. The port of Cartagena, in the Mediterranean's Costa Cálida, has been prized since Carthaginian times. Thanks to its strategic position on the Murcia coast, it has been inhabited by several cultures which have left their mark on its artistic heritage. A tour of the place and its mu…

  • Murcia.

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    Murcia. A chain of mountains surrounds the plain which Murcia sits upon, a city of Arab origin whose existence is closely linked to the fertile lands around the river Segura. From among its streets of guilds emerges the tower of the Cathedral, one of the symbols of the city.…

  • Mazarrón.

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    Mazarrón. Murcia. The town and port of Mazarrón, in the heart of the Costa Cálida in Murcia, offers visitors a rich artistic heritage and a range of interesting leisure options on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The Bay of Mazarrón is sheltered by the last foothills of the Sierra de la Almenara…

  • Cabo de Palos.

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    Cabo de Palos. Cartagena. Murcia. This is an interesting area for scuba diving fans. Its sea bed is one of the most important nature reserves in the Mediterranean. Cabo de Palos is in La Manga del Mar Menor, just 30 kilometres from the town of Cartagena. It is a peninsula, 400 metres wide, dotted wi…

  • Santiago de la Ribera.

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    Santiago de la Ribera. San Javier. Murcia. Santiago de la Ribera. The main attraction of this beautiful destination is the Mar Menor, with its calm, shallow waters and pleasant beaches. Santiago de la Ribera is on the Mar Menor, on the coast of Murcia. This old fishing village has 4 kilometres of be…

  • San Pedro del Pinatar.

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    San Pedro del Pinatar. Murcia. Facing the tranquil waters of Mar Menor, San Pedro del Pinatar is one of the main tourist destinations on the Murcia coast.Tradtionally a seafaring and agricultural centre, San Pedro del Pinatar has become one of the principal tourist towns on Murcia's Costa Cálida.The…

  • Los Alcázares.

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    … Alcázares, Los. Murcia. Los Alcázares is on the edge of the Mar Menor, and boasts seven kilometres of beach. It is an ideal place for water sports. Los Alcázares is in the Region of Murcia, 24 kilometres from the town of Cartagena and just 5 kilometres from San Javier international airport. Its name…

  • Lorca.

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    Lorca. Murcia. Declared a historic and artistic site in 1964, Lorca is known as the 'Baroque city' thanks to the important Baroque monuments in its historic centre. This part of the city is currently in the process of reconstruction after the earthquake suffered in May 2011. It was shortlisted in th…

  • Águilas.

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    Águilas. Murcia. Águilas is a delightful port city located on the Costa Cálida. A tradition of seafaring now combines with a wide range of tourist facilities, making the most of one of its main attractions, the extensive coastline. Águilas, an old Roman fishing port, was established in more modern t…

  • La Unión.

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    … Unión, La. Murcia. La Unión. The mining industry plays a key role in La Unión’s singular scenery. La Unión is located in Murcia in south-eastern Spain, between the beaches of the Mar Menor saltwater lagoon and the Mediterranean Sea. This city has long had close ties with mining, and still does to th…

  • Caravaca de la Cruz.

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    Caravaca de la Cruz. Murcia. To the northwest of the province of Murcia is the town of Caravaca de la Cruz. Among the houses spread around the castle there are fine examples of Murcia's Renaissance architecture. The area occupied by Caravaca was previously inhabited by the Iberian and Roman Argaric …