COSTA CÁLIDA. REGION OF MURCIA
300 DAYS OF SUN A YEAR AND A HEALTH PARADISE
Spend a relaxing time, escape from the daily hustle and bustle or take a health bath. These are good enough reasons for leaving the city behind and spending a few days in one of the centres of health and beauty in the Region of Murcia. If we add to this a climate with temperatures near to 19ºC on average, and nearly 2,800 hours of sun a year, we can understand how these places have become resorts for relaxing at any time of the year.
The spas in the Region of Murcia offer the visitor modern installations, hotels which are perfectly equipped for any needs, open air swimming pools with thermal waters, sports facilities and exclusive medical assistance.
Our centres of thalassotherapy. Thalassotherapy is the treatment of illnesses by means of sea water. In the Mar Menor, the waters have high levels of salt and are rich in magnesium, calcium, sodium, bromide, iodine, and fluoride.
Spas. In these hidrotherapy centers water is used as the main element in their treatments.
We invite you to enjoy the Region of Murcia. You'll have an unforgettable stay and will dive into a world of care and pampering.
Due to the particular weather conditions of the Mar Menor
, with a great number of hours of sun a year and high salinity levels, some muds suitable for therapeutical treatments
have been stocked for centuries at the northern end of the lagoon.
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Another interesting health option to enjoy in the Region are the Mula baths. They are more rustic than any other option, perfect for those looking for tranquility, a familiar treatment, nature and natural hot springs. The water in these pools is located in an oasis surrounded by desert landscapes, treasured by visitors to treat their ailments. And if you would like to get a glimpse from the past, visit the hot springs of the hotel Balneario de Los Alcázares, which uses the waters of the Mar Menor for your healing treatments. It is a particularly special experience due to its preservation and its charm as a whole.