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Costa Calida Property for sale & Murcia region in popular locations such as Lorca, Aguilas, Mar Menor, La Manga,Santiago de la Ribera, Murcia, Los Alcazares, Cartagena, San Javier, Torre Pacheco, Mazarron, Abanilla, Archena, Villaricos, Palomares, Totana, Fortuna, Santomera, Molina de Segura, Calasparra, Cehegin, Caravaca de la Cruz, and Costa Calida properties in Moratalla, Jumilla, Bullas & Mula
Costa Calida is also renowned for it's fantastic golf courses, and equally as important - the lowest number of rainy days. Costa Calida is situated in the south-east of the Iberian Peninsula . To the north lies the Costa Blanca and to the south lies the Costa de Almeria with a total of 250 kilometers of coastline.
Blessed by the mild Mediterranean climate it has at least 315 days of sun per year. Minimum temperatures range between 12-14C and maximum temperatures between 20-22C in winter. Summer temperatures vary between 18-20C minimum and between 30-35Cmaximum. The average annual temperature is 18C.
The people are gentle and helpful, the whole region is well worth taking the time to explore and the good living is to be enjoyed.
The seawater is warm and very pleasant for bathing. It is unique in that there is a peninsula which runs parallel to the coastline thus forming the Mar Menor (small sea).
Eating out in Spain is often cheap and meals are substantial rather than gourmet. One of the best ways to sample Spanish food is to try tapas , or snacks, which are served at any time of day in local bars. These range from cheese and olives to squid or meat delicacies and are priced accordingly. Many of the specialities of Spanish cuisine are based on seafood.
Spain is essentially a wine-drinking country,
with sherry being one of the principal export products. There are four main
types: fino (very pale and very dry), amontillado (dry, richer
in body and darker in colour), oloroso (medium, full-bodied, fragrant
and golden) and dulce (sweet).
The principal table wines are the riojas and valdepeñas , named after the regions in which they are produced. In general, rioja , from the region around Logroño in the northeast, resembles the French Bordeaux, though it is less delicate. Valdepeñas is a rougher wine, but pleasant and hearty. It will be found at its best in the region where it is grown, midway between Madrid and Cordóba.
Spanish brandy is as different from French as Scotch whisky is from Irish. It is relatively cheap and pleasant, although most brandy drinkers find it a little sweet.
Costa Calida beaches extend 250km from the beach of Carolina in Aguilas and a few kilometers from the province of Almeria, to El Mojon on the boundary with Alicante . The stretch of Murcian coastlines has 315 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 17 degrees. The area offers a diverse selection of activities for the visitor including all manner of hiking, hill-climbing, water sports, and much more.
Calida Beaches - Aguilas
Aguilas is surrounded by agricultural lands and the Mediterranean Sea . It offers the opportunity to enjoy a real holiday, especially in winter. It is a land full of contrasts with the intensely blue sea, rocky mountains and steep valleys, and its sandy white beaches and transparent waters.
Costa Calida Beaches - Cartagena
Cartagena is an ancient port which is the second most important city in the region and the centre of the Mediterranean Maritime Department. The coastal town of Cartagena was founded as its name implies, by the Carthaginians in 221BC.
Costa Calida Beaches - Mar Menor
The Mar Menor (Little Sea) is a unique area located on the east coast of Spain. Few regions have the good fortune to have both a saltwater lake and a Mediterranean shore. The area dates back to prehistoric times but most remains found date from the Roman and Arabic periods.
Costa Calida is located in the southeast corner of Spain spanning between the Costa Blanca and Costa Almeria.
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Príncipe Felipe (Hyatt Regency La Manga)
Calle La Manga club
30385 - [Los Belones] Cartagena
Hyatt Regency La Manga is a magnificent five-star resort hotel, built in Andalusian style, in a privileged location at the heart of Europe 's leading golf resort, La Manga Club. This 1400-acre sporting paradise is nestled between the low hills of the Murcian Mountains that separate the Mediterranean from the Mar Menor Sea in Murcia , south-eastern Spain .
Calle Llobregat, 1 Urb. Las Chacas - Lo Pa
30740 - San Pedro del Pinatar
This is a complete holiday hotel where you can enjoy relax at our thalassotherapy center and on the Mediterranean beaches which surround it. It is the ideal place to spend a few days and enjoy the area's rich gastronomy and beautiful countryside.
The Barceló Lodomar is situated next to the salt flats and sandy terrain of San Pedro del Pintanar Regional Park, in La Manga (on the Mar Minor Sea ), in the province of Murcia in middle of the Spanish Mediterranean coast.
Calle Marcos Redondo, 3
30201 - Cartagena
The Hotel Cartagonova Management welcomes you from a special conception in understanding the new hotel keeping. In this we reflect commitment to service and a very specific offer: A comfortable hotel and an urban spa. Exclusive and in keeping with the most up-to-date demand.
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