Contact us: 0118 391 3871
Among Murcia's main popular celebrations there is Holy Week, during this week is amazing assisting to “salzillos” precession during the morning of Holy Friday. Also important are Spring's Festivities, with colourful carriages. But perhaps, one of the most deep-rooted customs in Murcia is Bando de la Huerta, held every Tuesday in Easter since a century and a half ago.
This celebration offers an exquisite gastronomy and regional folklore, with parades, regional costumes, typical products tasting and very traditional verses readings. Murcia's gastronomy is based in excellent fruits and vegetables from the farm. One main sight in Murcia is its coast, known as Warm Coast. Its 250 kilometres of coast shared between Mediterranean and Minor Sea, offering multiple beaches where you can practice a wide array of water sports: sailing, windsurf, canoeing, water ski, scuba diving, etc.
Águilas y Mazarrón have the most beautiful bottoms in the country, with a cleanliness and visibility that allow you to get close to sea flora and fauna, in a place where is common to find wreckages of sunk boats. Cartagena is another sight when you can enjoy the amazing coast. Very close to Cartagena is La Manga del Mar Menor, one of the main sights in Warm Coast. Is a sector especially interesting because it's a narrow land stripe stretched all along 24 kilometres, between Mediterranean Sea and the great lagoon of Minor Sea. If you enjoy water sports, you'll find a complete infrastructure and services offer here. Plus, La Manga del Mar Menor can be considered a natural beauty centre.
Murcia has a very rich environment and landscape. Gold-sanded beaches, dunes and virgin coves in its coast is the typical scenery you will see in Salinas and Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar, Calblanque, Monte de las Cenizas, Peña del Águila, Cabo Cope and Puntas de Calnegre.