Region of Murcia and the city of the same name in southern Spain has
become increasingly popular with tourists from northern Europe and
especially the UK since the opening of Murcia Airport on the shores
of the Mar Menor, arriving on cheap flights.
an agricultural area with mile after mile of plastic covered glass
cloches growing all kinds of fruits and salad vegetables for colder
climes. From Murcia to the Mediterranean is a quite flat, but further
inland high hills and mountains dominate, which are well worth a
visit if you tire of the beach.
coastal area or Costa Calida as it is known, has seen an upsurge in
building although not on the same scale as its northern neighbour the
Costa Blanca. Never the less there are lots of opportunities to buy a
nice apartment or villa at sensible prices, which are perfect as a
holiday home or residence.
from Murcia city, the most famous place is the La Manga strip, the
narrow spit of land enclosing the Mar Menor. there you will also find
the renowned golf club and all along the coast lots of new courses
have been built in the last decade.
climate, as you would expect for southern Spain, is very dry and
mild, hence the irrigation you see everywhere for farms, orchards,
golf courses and gardens. The summers are long and hot suiting the
visitors who lay by the pool or on the beach roasting all day, in
fact, go a few miles inland and you rarely see another tourist.
info to assist in your visit or purchase of property there.