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What to do in La Manga del Mar Menor
ART AND NATURE, ONE STEP AWAY
Along with the 16 beaches of La Manga and the coves of Cabo de Palos, the location offers many possibilities for leisure. There are many places of historic interest and scenic views along this narrow strip of sand. In addition, from La Manga you can also make interesting day trips to other parts of the Region of Murcia.
In La Manga is the town of Las Amoladeras, whose existence dates back to the Neolithic, where the autonomous region planned to build a cultural park. Remains of Greek walls can still be seen near the Cala del Pino. Landmarks of the area are the lighthouse of Cabo de Palos, an impressive building dated to 1865, and the small Estacio lighthouse, which guards the entrance to the only navigable channel of the Mar Menor.
Wetlands lovers will find two areas of great interest, Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar, north of La Manga, and Marchamalo Salinas to the south. Watch the sunset from the salt is a privilege. The transparency of the air and the diversity of colors just adds to the beauty. Flamingos, avocets, stilts, herons and ducks are common inhabitants of these places.
At the end of La Manga is the area known as Veneciola where the road ends. The solitude of the beaches make it a highly recommended place for those seeking a quiet room in full communion with nature. There are the old buildings, traditional fishing gear in the area, and you can still see the reeds that were used to catch mullet and other species typical of the La Manga.
A very interesting route, by foot or mountain bike, is that from Cala Reona, in Cabo de Palos to Calblanque. The breathtaking views can be enjoyed from the Punta of Punta Espada Saleros to ensure a high scenic route. The trail is littered with old mine shafts, deep striking, clearly marked. The vegetation is composed of palms and herbs such as lavender, thyme and lavender.
From La Manga it is easy to travel by motorway to Cartagena and Murcia. A visit to the museums or a stroll through its streets are routes bound for history buffs and art. The historic city of Lorca offers visitors the chance to travel to the past. The mountain scenery, castles and fine houses dotted along the route through the Northwest route that spans the towns of Mula, Bullas, Cehegin, Caravaca and Moratalla. The Silk Road or the site visit balneotherapy Archena and Fortuna open up new possibilities for those wishing to switch stay on the beach with the performance of other activities in inland areas.
CABO DE PALOS
Cabo de Palos is a small fishing village with a lighthouse overlooking the Mediterranean, about 10 minutes drive from the resort and retreat for many visitors to La Manga Club.
Sunday is a good day to visit Cabo de Palos. There is a diverse market in the morning (9.00 am to 2.00 pm) near the port. Along the harbor promenade are numerous restaurants overlooking the Mediterranean where you can sit and watch the world go by. Also interesting are two pottery shops nearby on the road to La Manga, which are worth visiting.
It is the nearest big city and naval port, dating back over 3,000 years old. Park at the harbor, wander towards the High Street and immerse yourself in the winding streets of the historic center commercial. The city is home to some of the most important archaeological collections of Punic, Roman and Byzantine Spain. Part of the heritage is in the Municipal Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Underwater Archaeology (ARQVA) specimens representing more varied and better-kept military architecture of the eighteenth century the Mediterranean, including the submarine Peral and Captaincy.
Capital of the region, with a bohemian atmosphere and lively. Visit the Cathedral from 10.00 to 1.00 and 5.00 to 8.00 and snake through the streets that surround it. Murcia is a stunningly beautiful city with Baroque buildings. Take some delicious tapas or a full meal in the restaurant Hispano, near the Cathedral. Or, if you want to catch the student environment, then picnic on the lawn in front of the pavilion and have a look at the English Court.
Murcia is anxious to preserve its historical treasures and display them to visitors. A wide range of museums and exhibition centers. These are: the Public Gallery of Fine Arts Archaeological Museum, which houses one of the finest art collections in the Iberian country, the exhibition gallery of The Church of the Convent of The Veronicas, Salzillo Museum, which contains the carved religious images Salzillo famous sculptor, the museum of the Cathedral and the Municipal Museum. These are home to a wide range of topics including the Palace Arts Center Almudí, The Bullfighting Museum and Art Gallery Ramón Gaya. In the Regional Craft Centre can see works of traditional pottery, embroidery and carpet making and papier mache toys.
The Costa Calida is much more than sun and sand. Another attraction lies in our natural resources such as the springs of mineral water. This region offers two options for thermal spas: Archena and Fortune, both easily accessible from the motorway.
The hot springs reach temperatures of 50 degrees Celsius and are rich in sulfur, sodium and calcium.