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  • Bocados Keki - A lot more that a tapas bar

    Creative cooking in Murcia. Enjoy delicious tapas with a refreshing glass of beer in your hand. A great selection of cheeses and some of the best "croquetas" in the city center.

  • La Manga

    This is the beach in the south-east of Spain where I went every weekend and which I will never forget. Whether it was day or night, the sand brushed my feet and the sky reflected in the near-turquoise water. La Manga, which around fifty years ago was only a sliver of...

    0 by Eleanor, 4 months ago
  • Plaza de Toros

    You can find the Plaza de Toros, which I am going to talk to you about in this post, in Murcia, in the vieja condomina area, next to the former Real Murcia stadium and the Reina Sofia Hospital. I am going to say that I'm not a fan of bull-fighting, to be honest, I'm...

    0 by Olivia, 7 months ago
  • La Merced

    Source One of the campuses of the University of Murcia is located right in the middle of the capital of the Region of Murcia. It is known as "La Merced" campus, and it can be found a few metres away from the historic town centre of the region. Its location allows the...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • Noria de la Ñora

    Close to the city of Murcia, in the district of La Ñora, you will find one of the most valuable symbols of both the region and the Huerta de Murcia, the Noria de la Ñora. The water wheel serves to hoist the water and irrigate the land. It is still in operation,...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • El Salto Del Usero

    El Salto Del Usero is a natural springs on the outskirts of a Murcian town called Bullas. You can dive there, park your car near by, or you can take a bus to Bullas. But, be prepared to walk. Walking there can be a 20 to 30 minute walk, both uphill and downhill,...

    0 by Lisa, one year ago
  • La cathédrale de Murcie

    The main monument of touristic interest in Murcia, this cathedral is hsowing a vast number of differnt architectural styles making it unique. Indeed, its construction begun in the 14th century and ended in the 19th, the styles changed from Baroque to Gothic. Its...

    0 by Chloe, 2 years ago
  • Glorieta Square

    Introduction La Glorieta de España, otherwise known as the Glorieta or Paseo de la Glorieta, is one of the most important, famous and beautiful public squares in Murcia. It can be found in the old town, next to the Segura river, separated by a road, and, is very close...

    0 by Daniela, 2 years ago
  • Murcia's flea market

    If you are in search of old, rare, useful (or not) objects or if you're simply missing Sunday morning markets in Murcia, I recommend going near to the Paseo de Malecón at that moment in time. Basically second hand dealers have recently set up there to sell antiques....

    0 by Beth, 2 years ago
  • La Fuensanta

    I returned to Algezares not long ago. I started the walk on this level. There, there is a new tourism office where you can get maps of the mountain. It is just in front of the botanical park where there are plenty of hot plates for barbecues. There are plenty of...

    0 by Beth, 2 years ago
  • Manterola Footbridge

    The Manterola Footbridge (named by the architect Javier Manterola), or Footbridge of the Malecón as it is popularly known as, is a bridge in the centre of Murcia that passes over the Rio Segura. It is a pedestrian bridge only, not like the adjacent bridges on which...

    0 by Daniela, 3 years ago
  • Plaza de Santo Domingo

    Plaza Santa Domingo is located right in Murcia city centre, just between Tontódromo steet and Trapería street which leads to towards the Cathedral of Murcia. This square is famous for its various leisure establishments, as well as many benches for citizens to enjoy...

    0 by Daniela, 3 years ago
  • Plaza Circular

    La Plaza Circular (The Circular Square of Murcia), also known as "La Redonda, is one of the most important squares in Murcia. It is practically in the center, and almost all the important streets in the city link to this place. The square is pedestrianized in the...

    0 by Daniela, 3 years ago
  • Lo Pagán

    Lo Pagán is one of my favourite beaches, it's very well known in the region of Murcia and during the Murcian summer, it is very highly visited, along with La Manga, which can be found on the other side of the Mar Menor. It's a place with a lot going for it, not only in...

    0 by Daniela, 3 years ago
  • Nueva Condomina

    La Nueva Condomina is a large shopping complex and the biggest and most well known shopping centre in the whole of the Region of Murcia. There also exists another only kilometres away from 'La Nueva Condomina', which is called called shopping centre Thader. However...

    0 by Beth, 3 years ago
  • American Sweet

    If you have been to America and are now missing the food, this shop is for you. It is very small, and there's almost nothing in stock, but a few of the products come directly from America. It's very expensive but hey, it's worth buying one or two things just for the...

    0 by Mary, 3 years ago
  • Murcia Cathedral

    The Cathedral Church of St. Mary, better known as Murcia Cathedral. is the seat of the Diocese of Cartagena. It is situated in the heart of the Old Town in the city of Murcia. Consecrated in 1465, the cathedral suffered various damage(especially to the bell tower) and...

    0 by Helen, 3 years ago
  • The Shrine of Murcia's Patron Saint

    Introduction The Shrine of Our Lady of Fuensanta is one of the most important and most visited tourist and religious attractions in the region of Murcia. It is located in the Regional Park of Carrascoy and the Valley, in Algezares, dominating the Murcian plain from its...

    0 by Helen, 4 years ago
  • San Pedro del Pinatar: Walks along the Sea, Mud Baths & Mar Menor

    If you fancy going to the beach but you (eventually) get fed up of lying on your back, I advise you go to San Pedro del Pinatar, just 50 minutes from Murcia by bus (Latbus, number 70). San Pedro has many great perks including the Mar Menor beach, cheap bars and...

    0 by Hannah, 4 years ago
  • Murcia Cathedral

    Murcia Cathedral, which is actually called the Cathedral of St. Mary, is located in the historical centre of Murcia, on la Plaza del Cardenal Belluga. Construction began in 1394 and was finished in 1465; however they continued to refurbish it and add other important...

    0 by Hannah, 4 years ago
  • San Pedro del Pinatar

    If you want to go to the beach but, when all's said and done, you get bored of just lying on the beach getting tanned, I recommend going to San Pedro del Pinatar. 50 minutes from Murcia (take the no. 70 latbus), San Pedro del Pinatar has a lot to offer: the beach, of...

    0 by Jake, 4 years ago

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