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Costa Calida - Murcia

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La Manga and the Costa Calida

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The Costa Calida Famed for its micro-climate which provides a comparatively higher average annual temperature that explains its name which translates as the Warm Coast and is the 170 kilometre coastline that is the in the province of Murcia. Its often harsh mountainous landscape extends right down to the Mediterranean sea, and contrasts with the lush irregated areas


From the Mar Menor lagoon and La Manga with its renowned La Manga Club which is one of the world's great holiday resorts. La Manga Club has been voted resort category winner at the prestigious World Travel Awards 3 times in the past 5 years.  La Manga offers: 3 golf courses, tennis centre, spa, swimming, fitness, squash, cricket, football, lawn bowls, pitch and putt golf, crazy golf, mountain biking, jogging and walking, beach, water sports, horse riding, go-karting, cultural tours, shopping, over 25 restaurants and bars and a lively nightlife.

They offer a superb range of over 2200 luxury villas, apartments and the five star Hyatt Regency Hotel and specialise in tailor made golf and tennis holidays at La Manga Club.

in the north through Cartegena which was founded by the Carthaginians and rapidly became their main trading port, it was at one time was widely recognised as being one of the wealthiest cities in the ancient world.  Its historic sites, a wealth of history and local restaurants are all on offer in this resort.  and onward there are secluded coves and craggy cliffs alternating with wild unprotected areas of coastline with mud flats and sand dunes, delightful fishing towns, ports and villages such as Aguilas to the white dunes of the beach of El Mojon in San Pedro del Pinatar, other delightful picturesque fishing villages, like La Azohia or Cabo de Palos and ports like the one at Mazarron

Inland there is the provincial capital of Murcia which is built close to the centre of a low lying fertile plain which is known as the market garden of Murcia. Lorca with its ancient castle is also a fertile market garden centre.


Apr 28, 2009

New bypass opens in Sangonera La Verde

The President of the Murcia Region, Ramón Luis Valcárcel, has officially opened the new Sangonera La Verde bypass, a 3.5 kilometre stretch of road which has cost 11.6 million € to build.

Starting from the El Palmar-Alcántarilla motorway at the San Ginés industrial estate, the bypass promises to reduce traffic congestion through the centre of Sangonera, and is expected to be used by some 20,000 vehicles a day. It also boasts a bicycle lane along its entire length.