Murcia Spain Travel
Land of contrasts
Murcia Spain is located to the south of Alicante, approximately 47 miles. If you are staying in Torrevieja, it is only a short 19 miles drive and definitely worth to visit.
Murcia is surrounded by a chain of mountains that reach all the way down to the sea. You can go from Alicante to Murcia via the E15 road.
There are more than 170 Km of coastline in Murcia Province with beautiful beaches and spectacular views. Do not miss the sandy beaches at La Manga and Aguilas.
It tends to be very hot during the summer months, however there is a mild winter, Murcia has one of the best climates in the region. More than 300 sunny days a year will make your stay more enjoyable.
Places to visit in Murcia
Spain is famous for its many attractions and historical cities and Murcia is not less.
It has fantastic places to visit, you won´t miss the impressive Cathedral which was built between 1394 and 1465 and shows a mixture of styles.
The Almudi Palace is an outstanding building with a patio of columns that will take you back to the baroque time of the city and The Castle of Monteagudo is located on the top of a hill from where you will admire the whole of the northern Murcia valley.
If you fancy to visit any of the museums available in the city, check The Salzillo Museum, the Archaeological Museum, Museo de Bellas Artes or the Bullfighting Museum.
Property in Spain Murcia
Ok, you know the region, you like the weather, you made up your mind about spending some quality time in Murcia, Spain.
Now you decide to do it from the comfort of your own property. It is time to start searching for your dream property in the sun.
There are many bargains in the region.
Contact a local real state agent and take your time to explore the area. Whether you go for a seaside or inland property surely you will find one to suit your expectations and most importantly, your pocket.
Map Murcia Spain
Murcia is located in the South-East corner of Spain and it borders with the province of Albacete to the North, the province of Alicante to the East, the provinces of Granada, Albacete and Almería to the West, and the Mediterranean to the South-East. Murcia is the ninth largest of the Spanish autonomous communities.
The most famous and significant landscape of Murcia area is its orchard, it dominates in great part the region. It is a plain area with hills that surround the big River Segura valley.
Taxi from Murcia Airport
Now you can book a taxi from Alicante Airport to your holiday destination with a fully licensed and insured taxi service.
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