Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea and with one of the largest salty water lagoons in Europe- known as Mar Menor - the Region of Murcia invites you to enjoy, its more than 70 km of coastline all year round, thanks to its warm climate and mild temperatures that rarely go below 10 degrees. Mountains, valleys and rivers, like Espuña, Ricote and Segura, among others, sum up a privileged environment within the Iberian Peninsula.


Tomatoes and peppers from the Murcian orchard, ‘Calasparra rice’, the so famous ‘caldero’ from the Mar Menor and the wines from Jumilla, are just but a few of the gastronomic treasures the Region has to offer and one cannot leave without trying some typical dishes like michirones (spicy beans), pastel de carne (meat pie), paparajotes (lemon tree leaves covered in egg, flour and sugar) or an ‘Asiático Coffee’ from Cartagena, with Licor 43, a native liquor made with up to 43 ingredients.


Several civilizations have settled in the Region in the course of History and for this reason, apart from historical monuments such as the Cathedral of Murcia, the Castle of Lorca or the Roman Amphitheatre in Cartagena, the Region of Murcia treasures a long list of traditions and popular ‘fiestas’ that can be enjoyed all year round: Fiestas de Primavera – Spring Festival (Murcia), Feria de Lorca – Lorca Traditional Fair, Cartagineses y Romanos - Carthaginians and Romans (Cartagena), the Carnival in Águilas and the Easter processions as well as the Moors and Christians Re-enactment, make this the Region with more celebrations in Spain.

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