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Murcia Information

About Murcia

Located in southeastern Spain, Murcia is the capital of a region also called Murcia. It is home to some of the most beautiful architecture in the country, from stunning cathedrals to gothic and baroque buildings. Murcia is known for its beautiful mountain villages, beautiful coastline, pleasant year-round climate, and its affordability compared to other pricier Spanish resort towns. Murcia has much to offer visitors, who are surprised by all of the beauty and interesting sites that it has to offer.

Things to Do in Murcia

One of the things you must do during your trip to Murcia is visit the coast and it beautiful beaches. Places to visit include La Manga and Mar Menor, which are beautiful tourist areas that are popular for water sports. Aguilas is near quiet coastal areas and has a great fish and seafood scene, while Mazarron is a popular fishing spot. Shopping is another great activity, with several local markets including the Veronicas Market, which is known for seafood and fresh produce. Bonache is located the Flowers Square and sells its famous meat pies, while the shops in Plateria and Traperia are also popular with tourists and locals. Main streets to stroll along include Traperia, Plateria and la Avda. The Murcia Cathedral is located in the Cardenal Belluga Square and represents the Spanish Baroque period. The Episcopal Palace from the 18th century is also located in the same city square. There are many churches and convents in Murcia that visitors love to visit, including Las Agustinas Monastery, San Miguel Church, and Santa Ana Church. Museum are also another popular pastime, including the Cathedral Museum, the Religious Art Museum, and the City Museum. The Roman Theater, which was built in 1826, is still in use to this day and is one of the city’s major attractions, along with the Murcian market-garden which is known for its beautiful surroundings.

Day Trips Near Murcia

The beautiful city of Valencia is a two-hour drive from Murcia, located in the northeast part of Spain. Valencia is a port city along the Mediterranean Sea that is famous for several beaches, including its arts and sciences culture that includes a planetarium and oceanarium. Another great day trip is the city of Malaga, which is four hours southwest of Murcia. Malaga is another port city that has become a popular vacation getaway, attracting visitors for its resorts and high-rise hotels by the beach. Madrid, the capital of Spain, is just under four hours north of Murcia, making it another great option for a day trip and potentially a getaway for several days.

Murcia Accommodation

Murcia has many villages and two major cities where you can find a nice property for rent during your trip. Cartagena is located along the coast and is known for its rich history. Here you’ll find numerous castles and museums, as well as several buildings that serve as reminders of its Roman Past. Calle Mayor (Mayor Street) is one of the main streets here and is a popular place to walk along. Lorca is another city that has lots of ancient houses and museums. The village of Archena is known for its spa baths, while Jumilla has lots of vineyards. Totana is close to the Espuna Natural Park, and Cehegin is located near the Argos River offering beautiful views and scenery.

Transportation in Murcia

Walking is one of the best ways to get around and see Murcia, with most of the important sites and attraction within an hour walking distance. Another great way to travel around the Murcia region is by the Latbus, which is inexpensive and convenient. Another bus line that connects to other major cities throughout Spain the ALSA, a popular bus company includes stops in Murcia. Another form of transportation is taxis, although with just a few taxi stations around town, they can be slightly harder to find depending on where you are.

Vacation Rentals in Murcia

Find the best Murcia vacation rentals on With over 277 home rentals, take your pick from a wide variety of choices including studio apartments, luxury condos, and cozy cabin rentals. Prices in Murcia range from $25 a night. Many rentals can also be booked directly online.

Vacation home rentals found on offer more amenities than the average hotel room along with many of the comforts of home. Going on a business trip or need to stay connected? 249 homes in Murcia offer high-speed WiFi Internet so you won’t miss a beat. Travelling with kids? Let them splash around in any of the 35 rentals with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with the family in one of the 206 homes with cable TV.

For all those pet owners with dogs or cats, Murcia offers 74 pet-friendly vacation rentals for your extended family. Find the perfect vacation rental that matches your budget and style on

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