Costa Calida (Spanish for the warm coast): from Cartagena to Aguilas
The coast is about 250km long and the beaches are wide with rocks. Because the coast is so rugged, it has not really been discovered by mass tourism yet. The famous place here is Cartagena, a very important port city in Spain.
Murcia has a coastline of approximately 250 kilometers long: coves and wide beaches with beautiful rocks. Here is also the very impressive strip of land called La Manga. A narrow strip of land, intersected by several channels and openings, which closes the Mar Menor lagoon from the Mediterranean Sea.
Most of the Costa Cálida is very rugged and therefore not as overrun by mass tourism as in the Costa Blanca. The most densely built-up area is around the Mar Menor and around the cultural city of Cartagena.
The coastal region of Murcia offers unprotected wide clean beaches with an azure sea on the one hand and narrow coves with palm trees and calm water on the other. There are sand dunes, beaches, saltwater lagoons and mudflats. The Murcia coastal region has many facets for the nature lover. Many areas fall under nature conservation scheme.
Places to visit:
Cartagena, Murcia, Puerto de Mazarron, Totana, La Manga, San Pedro del Pinatar, Mula.
What not to miss in Murcia!!!
The cathedral in Murcia, the guns of Mazarron (a beautiful castle on the tops of Mazarrón), the amphitheater in Cartagena, a tour of the liqueur 43 factory and for the children a visit to Terra Natura is always a success.
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