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If you plan to spend your holidays in or around Murcia, make sure you rent a car. Local public transport by bus or train is readily available, but if you really want to experience the beautiful and less tourist-centred locations around the South Eastern coast, then you really need to hire a car at Murcia San Javier airport.
Located on the Costa Calida, Murcia is quickly becoming a popular place for holidaymakers, thanks to its temperate climate and 200kms of beautiful coastline. Murcia is more traditional and less developed than other coastal resorts, making it an ideal location for a relaxing getaway, family friendly holidays or for those who love the great outdoors. The airport is just a short distance from the city centre, which is definitely worth a visit, although hiring a car will help you discover more of the surrounding region.
Within the city centre itself, don’t miss the Moorish Castle and the Cathedral of Santa Maria. The Cathedral took over three hundred years to complete and boasts one of Spain’s highest bell towers so you can be sure of fantastic views across the whole area.
Terra Natura is one of the most popular attractions in the region. A cross between a water and safari park, visitors can get up close to a range of exotic animals before cooling off in the refreshing pools.
Watersports are also the order of the day at the beautiful Mar Menor lagoon; a natural swimming pool separated from the sea by a sandbank known as La Manga. Also famous for its championship golf and tennis courts, this delightful resort also offers Spa treatments if you prefer more relaxing activities.
Further out, Spain's main naval port Cartagena is only a 30 minute drive away, and heading inland, the Parque Natural Sierra Espuna is a great spot for hiking, and driving some of Spain’s most breath-taking mountain roads.
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