Costa Blanca,

More than 218 kilometers of coastline full of beaches with calm waters and soft sands, 2,800 hours of sunshine a year, a privileged climate and a gentle sea have been the fundamental attraction for millions of travelers for decades. The climate is one of its greatest attractions. With a barely perceptible winter, the spring and summer atmospheres are shared most of the year.

An average temperature of 18 degrees is the best and most reliable indicator, which in turn explains the open nature of the inhabitants, accustomed to receiving visitors from practically all corners of the world. There are numerous marinas and innumerable facilities spread throughout the coast to enjoy the sea and the nautical offerings.

Golf lovers can be sure to find among its courses equipped with unbeatable facilities. The landscape of the Costa Blanca is marked by the sea but also by the mountains that overlook it. On the coast or inland, you will have the opportunity to discover its gastronomic wealth and the quality of the wines produced by its wineries.

You can visit small towns hidden between mountains or the most modern and lively coastal cities, with an intense nightlife. History and monumental architecture mark the landscape of towns and cities.

Costa Calida

Located at the southeastern vertex of the Iberian Peninsula, between the Valencian Community, Andalusia and Castilla-La Mancha, the Region of Murcia extends over a territory of 11,317 km2 (2.2% of the total surface of Spain), bordering the North with the province of Albacete; to the East with the province of Alicante; to the West with the provinces of Granada, Albacete and Almería and to the South-Southeast with the Mediterranean Sea.

Two seas on a single coast (the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean), impressive cliffs, paradisiacal and solitary beaches of endless white sand, lively ports and wild coves with mirror-like waters, more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and mild temperatures ( even in winter), with an annual average of more than 18ºC. This is the Costa Cálida, the ideal destination to spend unforgettable days of rest, whether winter or summer.

The interior of the Region of Murcia invites you to rest, enjoy nature, sport and good food. These are regions of mountains, hunting and forests, crowned with castles, fortresses, hermitages and convents. Stories and old legends adorn these suggestive and welcoming lands of tasty and generous gastronomy where you can enjoy a few days of rest in the open air. Quiet and peaceful corners that open their doors to the traveler who wants to get lost for a few hours among holm oaks, pines, oaks and junipers, visit archaeological sites, learn about traditional ways of life and sit at the table to regain strength with a comforting stew, some crumbs, a tasty meat, all washed down with a bottle of good local wine, with Designation of Origin.