1. Go Golfing
Murcia is fast becoming Spain’s best region to play golf. There are different golf courses available in Murcia, with something for all skill levels, from beginners to professionals. The recently built Polaris World Golf Courses are proving popular; they were all designed by professional golfer Jack Nicklaus and offer unique golfing experiences in the area. There’s also the ever popular La Manga Golf Club in Murcia, which is worth a visit.
2. Immerse yourself in History
Spend a day or two visiting Murcia’s historic cities, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed. Murcia has a stunning cathedral, which showcases a variety of architectural styles as it was continuously being built for over 4 centuries! Murcia City also has fabulous plazas, and for those less interested in history there are huge shopping centres to be visited. Cartagena also has much to give in the way of history, there are incredible roman ruins, including an amazing amphitheatre to visit!
3. Visit the zoo and waterpark Terra Natura
Terra Natura is fun for the whole family with a water park AND an animal and wildlife park. Try not to scream on the Kamikaze, a revolutionary ride where riders feel like they’re freefalling – even the most seasoned water park goer is bound to feel a rush of adrenaline. There’s also relaxation pools, for those who prefer a calmer pace of life and Grace Island, specially designed with the kids in mind – which features a children’s pool and water games. For those who’ve had enough of the site of water after days around the pool, the wildlife park is designed around a new concept of ‘zooimersion’ which recreates the natural habitat of the animals and gives you a chance to get up close and personal with them – I hope none of you are scared of snakes!
4. Take a Hike
Murcia is home to the Sierra Espuna, a wonderful, undulating natural wilderness. It attracts hikers and nature enthusiasts who want to discover its unique flora and fauna, and it is a fantastic day out in the summer to admire the lovely views. Murcia Tourist Offices are currently offering free guided tours of the landscape and of some cities for tourists who want to discover some of the hidden gems of Murcia off the beaten trail – a great way to get to know Murcia this summer!
5. Enjoy the beaches or go diving
Mar Menor on the Costa Calida has a staggering 73 kilometres of coastline, so there are many beautiful beaches to choose from. has plenty of blue-flag status beaches with calm waters, lovely clean sand and palm trees offering shade. They’re the perfect place to take the family for a day, and have even won Q Awards in the past! The kids will enjoy making sand castles while parents can have a swim in the clear waters. Also, you can choose to go diving and explore the coast under water!
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