MURCIA Spain – Exploring The Region Of Murcia, Lorca, Archena And La Manga Del Mar Menor

On this trip, we explore Murcia, the historic region of Spain and its coastline, the Costa Calida on the Southeast of Spain.

Just an hour from Alicante airport was our first stop in Murcia, Archena. The town of Archena is home to a hot water mineral spa dating back to Roman times.

Next, it’s off to the city of Murcia itself, the capital of the region. In Murcia, we visit the Santa Clara Monastery the Real Casino with its English library and elegant Viennese Ballroom and the impressive Cathedral de Santa Maria with its grand baroque facade.

In the historic town of Lorca, we visit the Museo Azul de la Semana Santa MASS and the Museo de Bordados del Paso Blanco MUBBLA
These two museums are full of ornate embroideries which are used in the Lorca Holy Week parades.

When you are in #Murcia you should also visit the Calblanque Regional Park one of the last unspoilt areas on the Mediterranean coast and nearby Cabo de Palos with its lighthouse.

If you want to look 10 years young try the Mar Menor mud baths, I don’t think it worked for me!

We end the day on a boat cruise leaving from La Manga del Mar Menor and cruising past the five islands of the Mar Menor which is a coastal saltwater lagoon.

Murcia also has some excellent wine and on the last day, we take a trip to one of the highest areas of Murcia, Bullas where they make some excellent wine.

“ We visited Murcia and produced this video while on assignment with SolBooking, Spain”

‘MURCIA, Spain – Exploring The Historic Region Of Murcia, Lorca, Archena And La Manga Del Mar Menor’ – Filmed September 2019


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