COSTA CÁLIDA. REGION OF MURCIA
A WIDE RANGE OF LANDSCAPES IN A FEW KILOMETRES
300 DAYS OF SUN A YEAR AND 19 NATURAL AREAS TO BE DISCOVERED
The variety and diversity of the Region of Murcia is not only reflected in its multiple cultural traditions. It is particularly noticeable in the wealth of natural habitats, in the number of fascinating spots that we can find both on the coast and inland. It has often been said that while one Murcia Region 'looks towards the sea' a second one 'faces inland'. All in all, it can in general be asserted that the Region of Murcia offers a wide range of activities which bring you into contact with nature.
The coast is not only a paradise for lovers of water sports and the traditional sun-and-sea seeking holidaymakers; here the visitor can also find places of special ecological interest like the San Pedro del Pinatar salt lagoons
- which border on the province of Alicante - or the Calblanque
nature reserve, nestling on the Mediterranean coastline close to La Manga
and the seaside town of Cabo de Palos.
The interior also offers a mosaic of nature conservation areas and picturesque landscapes. Travelling inland, visitors will also discover places of singular beauty such as lakes, reservoirs and water-courses, where they will be able to practise a variety of outdoor activities and sports in resorts fully-equipped with all the necessary services, or allow themselves to be carried away by the lure of routes leading to key natural or cultural locations throughout the region. The Natural Heritage of the Region of Murcia awaits you
The Regional Park of Sierra Espuña
and its surroundings has become the first protected natural space of the Region of Murcia, supported by the European Charter of Sustainable Tourism, CETS
Active tourism is one of the great proposals, regarding leisure related to nature, offered by the Region of Murcia. Along the coastline, from Cabo de Palos and Portmán to Águilas, there are plenty of possibilities to play all kinds of sports and carry out all kinds of activities. The visitor will find in the inland region a wide range of routes to be done on foot, on horse or by mountain bike, photographic routes, historical-archaeological routes, and possibilities for climbing, trekking, agrotourism, rafting.