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News from the Mar Menor, Costa Calida

we are trying to build a bank of information on the Mar Menor, Costa Calida in Murcia to help those who live there and visit. www.discovercostacalida.info - tourists, residents, holidaymakers, places to visit, where to eat. Los Alcazares, San Javier, La Manga, Cartagena, Murcia

Need a break in the sun and fancy somewhere different?
21 July 2012 @ 18:15

 The Costa Calida or the warm coast is an ideal place for a holiday especially around the Mar Menor (small sea) where the water is calm and slopes very gently so is very safe for families with younger children

The area is still quite Spanish compared to some other areas on the coasts of Spain so there is the opportunity to sample Spanish and culture and foods as well as getting a full English Breakfast from an English bar of which there are quite a few

Not sure where to chose, well there is Los Alcazares or Sanitago Riberia or San Pedro del Pinitar all within 15 minutes of Murcia San Javier airport or about 50minutes from Alicante airport

Need more information on the Costa Calida and its beaurtiful coastal towns have a look at the website www.discovercostacalida.inof for more ideas and information



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clive hasnip said:
21 July 2012 @ 19:05

Cartagena is a nice spot. Don't venture south into Almeria province otherwise known as 'the gypsy republic' of Spain. They loathe foreigners & will do anything within their power to persecute them.


Costa43 said:
24 July 2012 @ 13:00

The Mar Menor is a truly wonderful place for families. There are no high rises, just small towns along its coast.
You can choose Los Alcazares or for a sporty location, La Manga. Los Alcazares is just 5 minutes from the San Javier airport and La Manga around half an hour.
The waters are so warm in the summer it really is like getting in a warm bath.
Stop at Johnnies Bar for Calamari on the beach. There are loads of small bars along the front.
Safe for kids.


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