Costa Calida

Experience a versatile beach holiday from your holiday home on the Costa Cálida. The coast of Murcia de Costa Cálida stretches over 250 kilometers. The Costa Cálida is an ideal holiday destination for young and old, and with its mild climate, this region is also very pleasant in winter. With temperatures of around 18°C and 315 sunny days per year, this is a great region to spend the winter. Discover the impressive bluffs and steep cliffs, interspersed with long sandy beaches and secluded bays with clear blue water from your holiday home on the Costa Cálida. In between you'll find picturesque fishing villages and seaside resorts like La Manga del Mar Menor and Mazarrón. Enjoy a carefree holiday on the Spanish coast in a holiday home on the Costa Cálida by the sea.

Water sports from your holiday home on the Costa Cálida

A holiday home on the Costa Cálida provides a wide range of water sports facilities. For example, here you will find the tourist complex La Manga del Mar Menor. Located between two seas, the calm inland sea Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Sea. In both places you can enjoy a nice day at the beach and many sporting activities. Here you can go windsurfing, catamaran sailing, water skiing, snorkelling and diving. For those who prefer to enjoy a relaxing boat trip on the water, there are plenty of opportunities on the coast. In short: a holiday on the Costa Cálida guarantees a holiday full of water fun!

Mazorrón; worth a visit!

Visit Mazarrón from your holiday home on the Costa Cálida. A tourist centre with a mining past. Are you heading inland? Then you can still see the abandoned mine landscapes. But Mazarrón also has a fishing tradition, which can be seen in the old fishing port and the fish market. In the centre you will find several interesting buildings and the 'Bolnuevo' is also special to see. Due to erosion there are all kinds of special shapes sculpted out of white sandstone. From the beaches you can practice various water sports, such as diving, parasailing and water skiing. So don't forget to take your swimming gear with you when you visit Mazorrón from your holiday home on the Costa Cálida!

Costa Cálida; holiday homes in the countryside

Choose for a relaxing stay in one of our holiday homes on the Costa Cálida in the countryside. On the coast you will find several regional parks, which you can visit by bike, on foot or sometimes by horse. These include the 'Parque Regional de las Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar', a wetland where, at the end of the summer, there are flocks of flamingos on their way to North Africa. A part of the park is accessible, here you can cycle or walk through an area with dunes, pine forests and sandy beaches. Or Parque Regional de Calblanque, an unspoilt stretch of coastline with dunes, beaches and heights. The holiday homes on the Costa Cálida are ideal for discovering this region and, besides the beach, provide a pleasant alternative in beautiful landscapes.

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Holiday in the Costa Calida area - FAQs
What are the most important places to visit in the Costa Calida area?

Pals village, Cuatro Calas beach and Factoría Romana de Salazones Museum are some places to visit in the Costa Calida area.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in the Costa Calida area?

Some of the must-try activities at the Costa Calida area are:

  • Try Cartojal wine
  • Experience the nightlife
  • Go on a guided walk
  • Visit a museum
What are the recommended dishes in the Costa Calida area?

Some of the recommended dishes in the Costa Calida area are tapas, Croquettes, Seafood, Paella, Tortilla Espanola and Pisto (Spanish Ratatouille).

When is the ideal time to visit Costa Calida?

The best time to visit Costa Calida is during the summer months between June and September.

If I’m coming from the UK, what are my options?

Travellers from the UK can reach the Costa Calida area by air and train.

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