Costa Calida is rapidly becoming the 'place to buy property in Spain'.
The area of Murcia is a stark contrast to more commercialised and
overdeveloped Spanish resorts, retaining its rugged coastline and
cultivated landscape it encompasses many attractions.
With excellent access to and within the province, the existing main
motorway/fast road network is due to be linked between Cartagena
and Vera in Almeria, and with a new airport due to be built in 2006
this will further increase Murcia's attraction for the UK tourist
Food lovers will enjoy the vast selection of tapas bars to be found
in Murcia’s traditional squares together with a fantastic
selection elegant restaurants serving the very best local cuisine.
With fabulous landscapes and mild climate, Murcia's cultural and
economic development makes it a strong investment opportunity, and
a sort after retirement location. Offering a range of sporting activities,
beautiful mountain scenery and endless golf, Murcia is a popular
all year round tourist attraction.
The stunning Mar Menor is the largest salt water lake in Europe
divided from the Mediterranean by a natural breakwater known as
the La Manga strip. With over 320 days of sunshine a year and calm
shallow waters the Mar Menor is popular with both families and water
Mar Menor bay is also famous for it’s natural mud baths,
which are said to have special healing properties for people with
rheumatic or arthritic problems. With mountains, green valleys,
forests, windmills, palm trees and fertile plains the Mar Menor
really is one of Spain’s best kept secrets.
Murcia (San Javier) airport has regular flights to and from Europe’s
major cities. This together with a new international airport due
for completion in 2007 access could not be easier.
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