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ABOUT THE REGION > DESTINATIONS AND LOCALITIES > SUN AND BEACH
COSTA CÁLIDA. REGION OF MURCIA
TWO SEAS ON ONE COASTLINE
19ºC
300 DAYS OF SUN A YEAR AND 252 KM OF COAST
Two seas on one coastline -the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean- , impressive cliffs, heavenly beaches of endless white sand, lively ports and wild coves with crystal-clear water, more than 3,000 hours of sun a year and mild temperatures -even in winter- with a yearly average of more than 19ºC.

This is the Costa Cálida, the ideal place to spend some days relaxing both in winter and summer.
La Manga
Book Here. England. Sun and Beach.
In addition, there are delightful picturesque fishing villages, like La Azohia or Cabo de Palos where you can lose yourself for a few days; ports like the one in Mazarrón where you can spend a lively evening and enjoy its magnificent cuisine after a day on the beach; heavenly areas of natural beauty, unique in the whole Mediterranean, at the beaches of Calblanque and Calnegre... and one of the most highly considered tourist complexes in the Mediterranean: La Manga del Mar Menor, a paradise between two seas with infinite beaches, sandy sea beds and crystal-clear water, and endowed with an excellent hotel infrastructure.
Beaches of the Región of Murcia. Little moments the make you happy
From the fishing town of Águilas to the white dunes of the beach of El Mojón in San Pedro del Pinatar, stretch kilometre after kilometre of beaches and deserted coves awaiting the arrival of the bather, the sailor, the diver or the fisherman. Discover everything these destinations can offer you.
SEASIDE DESTINATIONS
Sun and Beach
The Region of Murcia offers thousands of possibilities for every option, and beaches are not an exception. Here you have infinite ways of living and enjoying the Costa Cálida.
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LA MANGA

La Manga, a renowned touristic hotspot for decades, has been a Mecca for lovers of white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and hustle and bustle. Despite the huge number of visitors that descend here every year, this paradise still has many spots to explore, surprises to offer and secluded places to discover. Only here can you choose to swim in two seas, or watch the sun set and or rise over either of these waters.
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WATER SPORT PARARDISE
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ALL ABOARD!
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SEASIDE GETAWAY
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WE LIKE TO PARTY
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'A MUST SEE'
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IN THE LAP OF LUXURY
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MAMMA MIA!
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LIFE'S A BEACH - HUT
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AN UNFORGETTABLE PLACE
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ON FOOT OR BY BIKE
WATER SPORT PARARDISE
Note to water sport fans - you are now in heaven! There are two seas, great weather all year round and an abundance of schools, many of which belong to the Estación Nautica del Mar Menor (The Mar Menor Nautical Centre). Making it so easy for beginners and experts alike to enjoy sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing, canoeing, diving and many other water sports.
ALL ABOARD!
Admiring the landscape from the beach is impressive enough, but to hop on a boat and sail round Mar Menor and the Mediterranean is by far the best way to enjoy La Manga. You'll see several volcanic islands in protected areas that are each so important for the environment. Special microenvironments have been developed here specifically so that the flora and fauna exclusive to these latitudes can thrive - such as the Spanish tooth carp, and certain seabirds whose nesting grounds are here. You can either rent a boat without the need of a captain, or sign up for one of the tourist boat routes that will also take you round Mar Menor. But don't forget your binoculars!
SEASIDE GETAWAY
A day's escape to the nearby fishing village of Cabo de Palos is one of the most valuable experiences for tourists to this area. You could eat a Caldero (a fish and rice dish) on the waterfront, go for a stroll in this peaceful environment away from all the crowds or go diving in the Marine Reserve which has one of the best seabeds of the whole coast. But the one thing Cabo de Palos is especially known for is its Sunday Market, where you will find anything and everything!
WE LIKE TO PARTY
Zoco and Plaza Bohemia are two key areas in La Manga, famous for the amount of trendy restaurants, bars, shops and pubs crammed into such small spaces. If you're looking for terraces with great atmospheres, full of people, music and alcohol, then look no further. Additionally, there are several bars and beach huts on the shores of the Mar Menor where you can also enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
'A MUST SEE'
Calblanque Regional Park is one of those places in the region that you have to visit no matter what. Vast golden beaches, hidden bays, crystal-clear waters and nature's natural beauty, make people quickly forget everything to do with the typical tourist resorts crammed full of people. Hiking overlooking the Mediterranean, getting carried away kitesurfing or spending your evening on horseback along shores of the beach are just some of the most popular activities that this area has to offer.
IN THE LAP OF LUXURY
Very near to the Calblanque Regional Park and its beautiful unspoiled scenery, is one of the best sports clubs in the world: La Manga Club. With luxury accommodation in both hotels and private apartments, restaurants for all tastes, every kind of sports facilities, some of the best golf courses in Europe and every other service imaginable to make you feel right at home. You shouldn't leave without trying one of the health and beauty treatments here or a soothing massage from one of the expert masseuses.
MAMMA MIA!
Just where La Manga comes to an end, we find Veneziola. Originally designed as a small residential-like Venice, the isolation of the beaches here makes them highly recommended for those seeking a quiet swim in natural surroundings, away from all the crowds. Here you will also find El puente de la risa - a small bridge that's so steep that it'll make you feel like you're flying across it! It's not unusual to see cars crossing it again and again and again, especially with kids on board.
LIFE'S A BEACH - HUT
In La Manga, one of the most common things to do is to visit the chiringuitos (beach huts). There's nothing quite like enjoying a good plate of rice or fried fish, relaxing beside the beach in between dips in the sea, or watching the sun set lying in a hammock or on a beanbag. All this, whilst enjoying a lovely chilled out atmosphere with the best music. The Caldero will be served with bream and an alioli dressing, whilst fried, salted and skinned fish are all typical of this area.
AN UNFORGETTABLE PLACE
Found next to the calm waters of the Mar Menor, the Tomás Maestre Port is one the most exclusive and increasingly fashionable areas of La Manga. It is an important sporting, commercial and leisure area and with its exotic and international cuisine it's a perfect place to have dinner whilst overlooking an unforgettable sunset.
ON FOOT OR BY BIKE
We recommend that you take the trail that goes from Cala Reona to Calblanque, a scenic route that passes by palm trees and aromatic plants, such as lavender and thyme, as well as numerous clearly marked old mine shafts. You'll know you've reached the end of the trail once you see the perfectly unspoiled beaches of Calblanque, with no tourism or buildings in sight here, the only skyscrapers you'll see are the mountains.
NATURAL PARADISE
The beaches of Calblanque, known for their long stretches of golden sand, secluded coves, crystal-clear waters and untouched nature, will make you forget anything to do with tourist resorts and mass-tourism. Enjoying a horseback ride near the shore, hiking along the Mediterranean or kite surfing are some of the most popular activities of this area, which is also the starting point for various footpaths.
ECO BEACH
Calnegre Beach, in Lorca, is one of the most privileged corners of the Spanish coast with its blue waters and fine sand, not forgetting and its sustainability. You will find this heaven on earth in the village of Ramonete, appearing like an oasis between cliffs, fossil dunes and vegetation, typical of the Mediterranean world.
NUDIST BEACHES
Those who would like to enjoy the beach without clothes, can find a number of alcove areas of extreme beauty, hidden away from on-lookers. If you're a nature lover or if you'd simply like to be free for a day, we recommend you visit beaches such as Portús, in Cartagena; Cueva Lobos in Mazarrón or La Llana in San Pedro; all perfect places for nudism.
URBAN BEACHES
Cala Cortina is an urban beach in Cartagena. To access to it, you only have to pass through a tunnel and... there you go! A wonderful Mediterranean cove will appear before you with a play area for kids, a boardwalk, hammocks and umbrellas. Besides enjoying a refreshing swim, you can go out for tapas or go fishing and diving.
NATURE AREAS
Where the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean join, lies the beach of La Llana that is different than all the others. Protected by the Regional Park of Las Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar, this mile-long and precious beach remains in its primitive wild form and looks on to the Mediterranean. Ideal for nature lovers.
BEACHES FOR EVERYONE
Waters that are transparent, calm, lukewarm and shallow... Mar Menor's waters are ideal for swimming with younger members of the family. As well as for water sport lovers and for the elderly, since many of the waters are located near coastal footpaths, they are easily accessible and are ideal for all sorts of activities.
GOLDEN SAND
The most unique thing about the beach Amarilla de Águilas is the colour of the sand from which it takes its name. Another unique quality is the transparency of its waters and also its position, facing south and protected from easterly winds by the Island of Fraile, separated by a narrow channel with a width of a little more than 50 m and 1.5 metres deep. The surrounding area has a wealth of archaeological remains and is a meeting point for all types of recreational watercraft during the summer months.
AMONGST THE PALM TREES
The beach of Percheles is hidden within the coastline of Mazarrón and surrounded by a fantastic area of hills and mountains. Isolated, with fine, grey sand, it's perfect to relax in the shade of the palm trees. It's one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean, particularly when the sea is calm. The sunrise here is a real spectacle.
VIRGIN BEACHES
Miles and miles of completely untouched coast await you in the Regional Park of Cabo Cope. Only after a long walk along footpaths and impressive cliffs, will you get to these idyllic and secluded coves with transparent waters which are full of life. Intimate and unchanged, this coastline is one of the best kept secrets of the region and a real gift to whoever discovers it.
ETERNAL SAND
La Manga possesses something that you won't be able to find anywhere else: 44 km of beaches distributed between two seas, the Menor and the Mediterranean. Even though each beach is different, they all share common features, such as the thinnest sand and crystal-clear waters. These never ending beaches, without waves and the most peaceful waters you can imagine, are ideal for water sports at all levels, such as sailing, diving and kite surfing.
AN IMPRESSIVE CASTLE
The majestic form of San Juan de las Águilas Castle over the Mediterranean has become a symbol of the town. We recommend you visit the fortress and complete the soiree by having dinner or a drink at Zoco del Mar, while enjoying a beautiful panoramic view of the town and its surrounding areas.
CARNIVAL FLAIR
If you feel like spending some wonderful days and letting yourself go at one of Spain's most stunning carnivals, this is your chance to enjoy. This celebration, declared to be of International Tourist Interest, invades the town's streets for two weeks, filling them with fantasy, music, dancing and fancy dress costumes. Its most outstanding events are the famous Don Carnal and Doña Cuaresma Battle, the cuerva contest, the paper dress contest and the evening and day parades.
WILD AREA
There are few things comparable to a sunrise in Cabo Cope. We suggest you visit in the early morning the watchtower which was once built as a defence tower against attacks from Berber pirates, and wander through one of the last Mediterranean wild paradises. You won't be able to resist the temptation of having a swim in these lonely beaches' crystal clear waters.
FROM THE TOP
Again a wonderful view, this time from the Hornillo viewpoint. You will enjoy a unique panoramic view of the 19thC Mineral Pier and, in front of it, the Fraile Island: this island is well-known for the extraordinary seabeds of its Parque de Ecobuceo and for housing the remains of a Roman salting factory where the old Roman garum sauce used to be made. Next to the beach, you will find the Rincón del Casuco, one of the town's most charming places. It has an impressive staircase with thousands of artisanal tiles in the style of Gaudí; if you follow the coloured bricks, you will get to a terrace where you will have an unforgettable time.
THE BARRIO DE LOS PESCADORES
If you want to get into one of the most emblematic areas of Águilas, consider to join the Ruta por el Barrio de los Pescadores -Route through the Fishermen's Neighbourhood- The route starts in the Plaza del Doctor Fortún and goes around the Molino de Sagrera, a mill for cereals of the 18th century which has been restored and from which you'll be able to enjoy some of the most beautiful views of the Levant bay. You'll also find other viewpoints, such as La Calica, where you'll contemplate absolutely everything. Don't forget to visit the Centro Multimedia de Interpretación y Difusión Turística -Multimedia Centre of Interpreting and Tourist Dissemination- of Águilas and to go to one of the restaurants of the area, where the seaworthy environment of past times is preserved.
A DELIGHTFUL BEACH
Just a few minutes away from Águilas town centre is the Playa de las Delicias beach, an urban beach which has become a reference for both tourists and locals. It has the Blue Flag since 1992 and, in addition, it has the 'Q for Quality' Flag for several years now. In this bay, dominated by the Pico de la Aguilica, are the fishing port, a marina yacht club and the Infanta Doña Elena Auditorium and Conference Hall.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COVE
La Carolina cove, within the Cuatro Calas protected landscape and bordering Andalucía, is for many people one of the most beautiful coves in Costa Cálida. Due to the fact that it has several facilities such as a restaurant, a chiringuito and a car park, it is usually busy during the summer. If you are looking for tranquillity, we strongly recommend you go against the flow and visit it during the low season. For beaches can also be enjoyed during the winter in our region.
JUST FOR ENERGETIC PERSONS
Águilas is the perfect place to enjoy the Mediterranean to the full. You can either dive and admire its seabeds or play with the wind and get off on windsurfing, sailing or catamaran sailing. Several active tourism companies and sailing schools make things easy for you. If you don't feel like getting wet, we suggest you follow the track going from Águilas to Calarreona, which coincides with GR-92 and goes along the sea. You will find some surprises on your way, such as three bunkers and a pillbox, that will remind you of less civilised periods and are appealing, striking elements for tourists. Some esparto grass processing stations are signposted on the way too. It coincides in this area with Costa Cálida's Ruta de los Carabineros route.
CULTURE ENTHUSIASTS
Must-see places in Águilas are the Archaeological Museum, the Roman Baths, the Football Museum, the Casino and San José Church. The Auditorium and Conference Hall has become a tourist reference because of its original, beautiful design and its quality exhibitions and cultural activities -mostly related to theatre and music-. The Plaza de España square, also known as La Glorieta, is the town's hub of activity, where eight streets converge since the urban planning by King Charles III. Enjoy its gardens with sculptures and hundred-year rubber plants, its art nouveau buildings, and the Town Hall's Neomudejar facade. At the centre of the square is a fountain called La Pava de la Balsa. Another way of getting to know the most interesting spots of Águilas is getting in a train coach in order to enjoy the Ruta del Ferrocarril -Railway Route- which is held on the third Sunday of each month. The route includes the Paseo Marítimo -Seafront-, the Sendero del Hornillo -Path of the Hornillo-, and the Museo del Ferrocarril -Railway Museum-.
ARE YOU A FOODIE?
Águilas, with a varied, purely Mediterranean cuisine based on sea and huerta products, is like a lighthouse for palates adrift. The big contrast of flavours of its specialities, seasoned according to the influence of Arab cuisine, is widely appreciated by visitors. Fundamental products are red mullets, prawns, tomatoes, capers, and typical cold cuts such as onion black pudding, sausage and longaniza. The most typical dishes of this coastal area are Fish Broth, Pickle, Ajo Colorao, Octopus Salad, Arroz a Banda, and Ensaladica Cocida. Options for every taste.
OUT OF THIS WORLD CREATIONS
Like what you'd expect to see in a science fiction movie, the Bolnuevo Erosions are spectacular. These eroded rock formations, that have been carved and sculpted by wind and water, are really worth a visit. It's the perfect place to enjoy the sea and nature and it's sure to impress you.
PHOENICIAN BOAT
Sunken across from the Playa de la Isla beach, two Phoenician boats have been located as the oldest in the Mediterranean. If you want to know more about the shipwrecks and the Phoenician culture, then a trip to The Phoenician Ship Interpretation Centre won't disappoint you. The centre which is next to the Playa de la Isla beach, has a replica of a Phoenician boat from the 7th Century BC on display.
MARINE LIFE
Are you ready to see some whales at high sea? Mazarrón bay is one of the best places to spot dolphins, sperm whales and pilot whales all from the comfort of a tranquil, vintage schooner whilst always respecting the animals and their natural habitat. If you're looking to explore the underwater world, then you should know that Mazarrón is one of the region's divers' paradises! Its crystal-clear waters and the variety of species it boasts make these depths the perfect place for beginners, as well as experienced divers. The diving centres and schools in the area provide lessons for every level, so even if you've never done it before, you'll pick it up easily.
ON FOOT OR BY BIKE?
If you love walks or cycling, then you'll enjoy the beautiful landscape as land and sea come together at Mazarrón. There are 35 clearly signposted paths that are designed for these activities and run along the coast, mountains and unspoiled landscapes. But if you prefer photography, we'd recommend a visit to the abandoned nearby mines. The derelict buildings and rust-coloured pools are especially impressive.
21st CENTURY BEACHES
There are beaches for summer and winter; for young and old; for sport and music fans and for naturists too. However you like it, there's a beach for you. But no matter where you go, you will be equally as satisfied, as all of the beaches ranging from Mojón to Bolnuevo have been given the prestigious 'Q for Quality' award by the Spanish Tourism Board.
ROMAN SALTING FACTORY
Another place you must visit is the Roman Salted Fish Factory, where the remains of one of the major Late Roman fish salting complexes are preserved. And while you're here, you'll be able to learn the recipe for the famous Garum fish sauce.
TREASURES OF THE SEA
Found just beside the fishing dock, the fish market is one of the most important places in Mazarrón. Here, from Monday to Friday, you can witness the traditional fish auction, an interesting spectacle which captures the true spirit of Mediterranean life. The fish market is that important to the Mazarroneros (the local people), that they hold a mass to Our Lady of Mount Carmel just before they all take part in a procession in the sea.
KING OF THE CASTLE
At the top of a small hill smack bang in the middle of the town centre, surrounded by some of the most important buildings of the area, you'll find the impressive ruins of the Castillo de los Vélez (Los Fajardo Castle). Built in the 15th Century by the Marquis of Los Vélez as a military fortress, its height makes it the perfect spot to catch a breathtaking view of the old town of Mazarrón.
LET'S PARTY
The many parties provide another reason why you need to visit. The municipality of Mazarrón is made of 14 districts and each one has a highly interesting and unique patronal celebration. Held in November, The Bolnuevo celebrations and the beautiful procession on the seashore particularly stand out. As do the patronal festivities dedicated to the Immaculate Conception in December. Here, small clubs of Mazarroneros go out to the streets to enjoy the float procession and other religious and festive activities such as sporting competitions, musical performances and of course, all the local food you can eat.
THE HUERTA AND THE SEA
The link between the Huerta and the sea can be seen in Mazarrón's cuisine. Some of the local delicacies you won't be able to resist include: Monkfish; ajotomate (a Murcian tomato salad); hake fish balls; grilled pilchards and grouper cooked in the Mazarrón way. Known for their excellent colour and flavour, the tomatoes of Mazarrón also deserve a special mention. If you happen to be in the area, make sure you take some home for your friends and family!
NAUTICAL SPORTS
The Mar Menor is one of Spain's most appreciated race courses. Thank to its warm, shallow waters and its mild temperatures, one can enjoy the sunshine and nautical sports 365 days a year. Estación Náutica del Mar Menor-Cabo de Palos provides several schools for you to enjoy sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, kite-surfing, SUP paddle, motorboat racing, etc. no matter what your level is and no matter what your age is.
JURASSIC NATURE
Las Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro Regional Park is an unblemished paradise of primitive nature, perfect for those escaping from overcrowding and tourist resorts. At this migrating water bird reserve you can watch flamingos, walk along tracks, take a refreshing dip in the Mediterranean and admire one of the most outstanding coastal sunsets.
OUTODOOR HEATH
The Mar Menor is a big open-air spa. Its mild temperatures throughout the year, its many hours of sunshine and its high mineral concentration make it the perfect place for treatments against physical and psychological exhaustion. The coastal thalassotherapy centres offer a wide range of personalised treatments based on sea water (hydrotherapy), sea air (airtherapy) and solar radiation (heliotherapy). Europe's biggest open-air mud therapy area is in San Pedro. It is a big mistake to come here and not to cover oneself with the famous mineral medicinal muds. It is your decision to do it by the lagoon or at the hotels or centres that offer specialised treatments. If you wish to take paradise home, don't forget that you can purchase some mud at thalassotherapy centres.
SEA FESTIVITIES
Very popular festivities such as the Semana Internacional de la Huerta y el Mar -International Week of the Orchard and the Sea- are celebrated at Mar Menor: this festivity takes place on the second fortnight of August in Los Alcázares, paying homage to the connection that has always existed between the huertanos and the sea. In the same locality, now with a secular character, the Berber Incursions are celebrated in April, and the Day of Caldero -typical rice dish- is celebrated October 12th. In San Pedro del Pinatar, the Holy Week and the Virgen del Carmen Festivities stand out. The second ones are celebrated on August 15th, revealing the connection between the people from this town and the sea, as well as their worship of this virgin that protects fishermen and seamen. The virgin is taken on a procession on the Mar Menor waters; carnations are thrown to pay homage to seamen who never arrived in port. On February 3rd every year, San Blas pilgrimage takes place in San Javier, including a carriage parade and a typical rice contest.
MORE THAN A BEACH BAR
During the summer, kiosks and chiringuitos -beach bars- are waiting for you on the beach or, more precisely, on the beaches. You will realise that typical tapas such as octopus, marineras, matrimonios and steamed mussels are much more delicious when you eat them in front of the sea. When the evening falls, some of the chiringuitos at Mar Menor organise parties with live music, turning into night pubs where you can continue to have fun with your friends.
PAINTED HEAVEN
There is something you can't miss by the Mar Menor: a walk along any of its seafront promenades at dawn, when colours are merged on the horizon. Going along the coast among palm trees and enjoying one of the best gifts of nature is a real pleasure for your senses. When the daybreak show ends, the time has come for you to enjoy a pleasant, refreshing dip. Don't worry if you aren't an early bird: the sunset also offers a light and colour combination that will enrapture you.
CULTURE BY THE SEA
Mar Menor destinations have various museums from which culture, history and creativity spread in all directions. Among them, for instance, Los Alcázares Aeronautical Museum stands out: it was Spain's first seaplane base and one of the pillars of Spanish Military Aeronautics during the first half of the 20thC; it houses one of the most comprehensive collections related to military aviation, including weapons, military clothing, airplane propellers, antiaircraft guns and hundreds of pictures. In San Javier, the Local History Museum shows objects related to people's family, social and cultural aspects, to the agricultural and fishing traditions and, of course, to the development of aviation. Last but not least, the Barón de Benifayó Palace in San Pedro del Pinatar, housing San Pedro Municipal Museum, is a must. It has exhibitions concerning terrestrial and underwater archaeology, fossils and ethnography. Nevertheless, the most touching elements which are shown belong to the old toy collection and the film material.
BEACH FESTIVALS
Due to its beauty and nice weather conditions, the Mar Menor has become the natural set of a great number of festivals. San Javier celebrates one of Spain's best jazz music events: San Javier International Jazz Festival. In July, it offers a month of concerts with the most important representatives of this musical genre. In August, the same locality celebrates the Theatre, Music and Dance Festival, which is a meeting point for enthusiasts of these arts, including classical and modern theatre, ethnic music, prestigious soloists, as well as internationally well-known classical and modern dance groups. From January to May every year, the Músicas del Alma Season takes place at Parque Almansa. In San Pedro del Pinatar, on different months during the summer, the Feria de Sevillanas del Mar Menor, the Flamenco Festival and the Folklore Festival are celebrated. Furthermore, all Mar Menor destinations prepare parades, marches and shows for Carnival, and all of them save surprises for Midsummer's Eve.
A COUPLE OF STROKES
We suggest you enjoy golf next to Mar Menor beaches in the finest Mediterranean style. Many hours of sunshine, together with mild temperatures throughout the year, make this coast the perfect place to enjoy this activity in harmony with the landscape. Just choose your course and be prepared to experience the exclusiveness of our resorts, in a paradise where the golf course green merges with the sea blue.
TASTE OF THE SEA
The Mar Menor dish par excellence is caldero, a truly marine dish made with rice, good fishand a secret ingredient: ñoras. As appetizers, nothing better than salted fish such as hueva -roe- and mojama -salted tuna-, or the exquisite Mar Menor langostines. As a dessert, we suggest pastel de cierva, so that you can try a delicious contrast between the sweet and salted tastes; if you have a sweet tooth, we recommend tocino de cielo. Don't forget that you can enjoy them at restaurants and pastry shops in the area and, in addition, you can buy them as souvenirs. When you're back home, they will make your mouth water and you will definitely miss our region a little bit.
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