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Very enjoyable stay with minimal fuss. Karen who manages the property was very accommodating and helpful - we did encounter a problem with a blocked sink but Karen soon sorted this for us. We continue to return to the complex which always offers a restful stay and despite the weather (not something that can be organised!) this was another hassle free break. ThanksRead more
Lovely villa, large spacious and modern. All the facilities you need for an easy stay. Wifi was great and also reached the pool. Comfortable nice firm beds. 2 powerful showers and whirlpool bath. Decent size pool, not over looked. A car is a must have. Local spar on site with a good selection. Bring your factor 50, 40C each day and no clouds or rain.Read more
We have just returned from a weeks stay with our children. We had a wonderful time, the apartment is beautiful, providing everything we needed! The resort is lovely, great little supermarket on site and a great restaurant aswell. Brilliant location to the airport and beaches. The pool was great for our family. We did not want to leave. Thank youRead more
The two bedrooms flat was modern and clean. It was well furnished and certainly left us with the impression we had picked a good one. The rep was easily contactable and keen to help however there were no issues. The flat is on the second floor but it was worth using the stairs to stop and have an elevated view of a great resort. Would certainly use again and the flat is highly recommended.Read more
Stay in this villa for the month of May. Enjoyed our time in the villa. The only negative things I can say are the ,villa is a bit tired could do with some loving care, the barbecue unusable. One thing that I do object to is paying for the villa to be cleaned, found a pair of flip flops under the settee that were not mine. Also €20 for one set of bedding and towels for a month. Luckily it was fine weather so could be washed and dried in a day.Read more
We stayed at this apartment as a base for exploring different areas around Murcia and it was ideal. Gill who met us on arrival was lovely and very helpful. Apartment was clean and an ideal size for family of 3, loved the roof terrace. Our son did briefly go in the pool however was very old at beginning of April. The complex ‘Al Kasar’ has a few restaurants, Spar (check the dates on things you buy), 2 pubs, Salon, bike rentals. On site there is also Tennis Courts and Golf course. There is food available at both Condado club and golf club house. Ideal for a short stay and definitely with car as it is quite remote.Read more
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Bordered by sun-drenched Andalucia to the west, picturesque Valencian Community to the east and charming Castilla-La Mancha to the north, Murcia is a region and province in the southeastern corner of the Iberian peninsula. Discover wide sandy beaches, landscapes of orchards, olive groves and plump vineyards, with a scattering of medieval towns and quaint whitewashed villages. Best known as 'The Warm Coast', revel in the Costa Calida's beautiful micro climate and family-friendly beaches with a backdrop of the sparkling Mediterranean, marshes and golf. The north is home to Mar Menor, Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, while Murcia's busiest resort, La Manga, offers wonderful stretches of over 22km of golden sand, tranquil waters, world-class golf courses, natural parks and nature reserves.
Enjoy the lively metropolitan feel of the city and discover remnants of the region's fascinating past, from the baroque Cathedral of Saint Mary in Murcia and ancient Roman theatre in Cartagena, to the medieval Moorish Castle in Lorca. For families, a walk on the wild side at Terra Natura wildlife and water park in the capital will keep the kids entertained, while La Manga Golf offers superb courses, catering for beginners and experts alike. Nature enthusiasts and outdoor lovers will love a hike around the landscapes of Sierra Espuna Nature Reserve. Gently caressed by the warm waters of two seas, the region of Murcia boasts a wealth of natural habitats, beautiful landscapes of sand dunes and a number of fascinating spots found both on the coast and inland.
Key holiday info
- A direct flight from the UK and mainland Europe to Murcia-San Javier Airport to the UK takes approx. 2.5 hours.
- Murcia enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with average daytime highs of 30°C. Winters are mild with an average temperature of 16°C.
- The sea temperature in summer ranges from 22°C-26°C.
- La Manga in the north is famous for its world-class 18-hole golf courses.
- Mar Menor is home to the largest saltwater lagoon in Europe; the perfect spot for swimming.
- The Costa Calida boasts over 10 beaches awarded a Blue Flag for cleanliness and safety.
- Car hire is the best way to get around.
Where to go in Region of Murcia
Boasting 250km of coastline, bask in the glorious sunshine on the idyllic beaches of the Warm Coast. From the quiet coves of Mazarron, to the lively atmosphere of La Manga, the Costa Calida offers a well-rounded holiday for all. Wonderful beaches extend from El Mojon in the north, bordering Alicante Province, to Aguilas district in the south and Almeria Province. The 'Warm Coast' is renowned for its beautiful Mediterranean micro climate, rich history and water sports, while the north coast boasts beautiful sand dunes and saltwater marshes perfect for swimming. From the quiet coves of Puerto de Mazarron, to the vibrant atmosphere of La Manga, enjoy a well-rounded holiday in the Costa Calida, with a Clickstay apartment.
Home to some amazing sandy beaches, enjoy the perfect mix of culture and the coast, with our properties in Cartagena. Dating back thousands of years, Cartagena's port is home to the famous Roman theatre and its canons.
Enjoy a laid-back family holiday by the coast, with our rentals in Los Alcazares. Boasting vast stretches of fine golden sand gently caressed by Mar Menor's lagoon, try your hand at water sports, a game of golf on the local courses, or mingle with the locals in the town's centre.
Mar Menor Golf Resort
With some of the best courses in the region right on your doorstep, Mar Menor Golf Resort is a paradise for golf lovers. Practice your swing at the world-class courses or have a cooling dip in Mar Menor. Los Alcazares and Murcia city are a short drive away. Mar Menor is separated by the Mediterranean and La Manga. As one of the region's most beautiful natural gems, it is home to the largest saltwater marsh in Europe, as well as sand dunes and healing mud baths. Mar Menor is the perfect resort for nautical sports such as windsurfing and sailing, while its fishing village past means you should expect delicious seafood on the local menu!
Famous for its summer jazz festivals, agriculture and nautical activities, San Javier is a perfect spot for a fun holiday by the coast. Visit San Javier Museum, bask on the beaches of Santiago de la Ribera and La Manga, or take a trip to coastal region Lo Pagan.
It's Murcia's busiest resort with an almost 22km-long coastline, stretching from Cabo de Palos to the west, to El Mojon to the east. Often dubbed as 'a paradise between two seas', make the most of its lively white sand beaches, world-class golf and nearby natural parks. Admiring the landscape from the beach is impressive enough, but to hop on a boat and sail around Mar Menor and the Mediterranean is by far the best way to enjoy La Manga.
San Pedro del Pinatar
More than just beaches and glorious sunshine, discover San Pedro del Pinatar's salt lagoons, fossil dunes and cliffs of the Calblanque Regional Park, or go kayaking in Almadenes canyon. Home to vast stretches of palm trees and dense forests, the Ricote Valley and the Sierra Espuna natural parks are a paradise for nature lovers, while the rural towns of Yecla and Jumilla offer the most delicious wines in the region.
Did you know...
- Cartagena is the capital of the Spanish Navy's Maritime Department of the Mediterranean and has been since the 18th century!
- The region's capital, Murcia, is a large university town best known for the stunning 18th century Cathedral Church of Saint Mary in the heart of the town, well worth a visit.
- Mar Menor means 'Little Sea'.
- La Manga is the most developed and liveliest holiday spot in Murcia, declared a Specially Protected Area of Mediterranean Importance by the United Nations.
- The Region of Murcia has 19 areas under different statutes of protection, representing 6% of its territory.
- 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.