About Murcia Spain

Murcia is a university city in southeastern Spain and the capital of the region of Murcia. Plaza Cardinal Belluga is the city's architectural showpiece, where the ornate cathedral, with its mash-up of styles from Gothic to baroque, and the colorful 18th-century Palacio Episcopal stand in striking contrast to the modern 1990s ayuntamiento (city hall) annex by architect Rafael Moneo.

 

About The Local Area

Sucina is a small village consisting of a mixture of old and new. The church and its square are still at the heart of the village and there are some old houses to be found in the surrounding streets. There are also many newly built houses, and the British influence can be seen in the church square with the cafes which advertise 'fish and chips'.

Los Alcazares is situated right on the shores of the Mar Menor. It is very seasonal as it has a resident population of about 12,000 which increases to almost 100,000 during the summer!!

Los Alcazares has a fantastic coastline with over 7 kilometres of sandy beaches which give direct access to the warm waters of the Mar Menor. Parallel to these beaches and running the entire length of town is the extremely long promenade, which is great for walking and in the quieter winter months cycling. The town centre is relatively spread out and has a good selection of shops whilst the Bahia Centre in the Los Narejos area is packed with international eateries which are always busy during high season. The street market is held every Tuesday morning in Los Alcazares and if you miss that one there is also one in Los Narejos on a Saturday morning.

Lo Pagan is situated on the north shore of the Mar Menor and has merged with San Pedro del Pinatar to become one big town. Lo Pagan has a beautiful beach, promenade and small marina. During the summer months there is a lively funfair beside the marina which adds to the seaside atmosphere.

Lo Pagan is most famous for its mud baths. These are free, which is great news if you have a large family to keep occupied. All ages can use the mud baths from 1 to 100, but only the truly hardy indulge during the winter months. The mud baths are located at the end of the beach and the start of the salinas walking and cycling route out to sea. Simply walk down the steps, cover yourself with the therapeutic mud, said to be good for all types of skin complaints, aches and pain, dry off in the sun, then re-enter the water to wash it all off!

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Ideal for family rentals, our apartment is just a few short steps from the pool, benefititing from a large terrace area with outside rattan furniture, washing machine, underground parking.

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