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Best Beaches in the Region of Murcia
Friday, May 24, 2024 @ 9:58 PM

There is no doubt that Spain has some fantastic beaches and Murcia has its fair share. The Region of Murcia is a Mediterranean area with a contrasting landscape from arid basins to wooded areas in the inland mountains, the meadows of the Segura River and the Mediterranean coastline. It is bordered by the province of Alicante, Granada, Almería and Albacete and finally to the south is where it meets the sea and we can find a string of idyllic beaches and coves.

If you are visiting the region be sure to check out some of the beaches:


These are some of the beaches in the Region of Murcia in no particular order:


1. Playa de Calblanque (Cartagena)


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2. Playa de La Manga 

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3. Playa de los Cocedores del Hornillo(Águilas)

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4. Playa de Bolnuevo (Mazarrón)

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5. Playa de Estacio (San Javier)

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6. Playa de Puerto de Mazarrón (Mazarrón)

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7. Playa de La Llana (San Pedro del Pinatar)

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8. Playa de El Portús (Cartagena)

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9. Playa Mar de Cristal (Cartagena)

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10. Cala Cortina (Cartagena)

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dontknow said:
Saturday, May 25, 2024 @ 11:36 AM

Thank you for doing this piece and also showing exactly where the beaches are. Totally agree with Bolnuevo (especially with the Oasis bar along the front for good tapas!). But Playa de Puerto de Mazarrón needs some TLC. Thirteen years ago it was beautiful, but now unfortunately there are bare wires coming out of the beach wall, stains of chewing gum on the walkway (people put your gum in the bin!!) Also, although it is a sandy beach, the actual sand does stain your clothes and towels. Great restaurants around there though (check out The Alhambra restaurant). Also certain times of the year El Faro (the lighthouse) bar is open which has a pool and fantastic views.

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