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Murcia - Costa Calida


Located on the south-east corner of the Iberian Peninsula, between the regions Andalusia,Castilla-La Mancha and Valencia, Murcia has an area of 11,317 km2 (2.2% of the totalarea of Spain).

The Murcia region is situated in the center of the Spanish Mediterranean arc and has a typical subtropical Mediterranean climate.

From a geographic standpoint, the region is distinguished by its many contrasts: dry vs.irrigated land, plains vs. mountainous areas, coastal vs. interior.

Due to the intense historical tradition, repeating the superposition of cultures, its strategic location as a Mediterranean enclave, the region retains many relics from thepast. Found in the region a wealth of sites: rock paintings dating from the Iberian period,the splendor of Roman antiquity with its urban sophistication and taste for the theatrical,Visigothic cities, Arab medinas, Christian castles, watch towers, churches and temples, civilian and military buildings ...


Some towns and villages in the region:
Cartagena, La Unión, Los Alcazares, San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, TorrePacheco, Fuente Alamo, Mazarron,
Águilas, Lorca, Totana, Murcia, Fortuna, Cieza,Archena, Mula, Pliego, Caravaca de la Cruz, Bullas and Cehegín .

regions Murcia
Mazarron Calnlanque Mar Menor
La Manga Strip Cartagena Cabo de Palos