Located between two highly promoted tourist Ribs (Blanca and del Sol) Murcia city is the capital of the autonomous region with the same name.
Murcia province is in south-east, and here is named metropolis region. The word "Murcia" comes from Latin, meaning in Romanian translation, mulberry. Here, the leaves of mulberry trees were subject to trade, as food for silk worms used to produce silk.
Murcia is built in the center of a fertile plain, known as the Huerta or Murciei garden, which includes Sangonera valleys and river Segura and is surrounded by mountains.
San Pedro del Pinatar is a city located in the Mar Menor in the Murcia Region (Spain).
San Pedro del Pinatar history dates from the early seventeenth century. Centuries ago this area was a large pine forest and the village he was called Pinatar. When in town he built a hermitage dedicated to Pinatar San Pedro Apostle (St. Peter the fisherman), the town was renamed San Pedro del Pinatar.
In the north lies the natural park in Arenales - Salinas de San Pedro del Pinatar.
San Pedro del Pinatar is one of the main tourist destinations on the Mediterranean coast.
Costa De Almeria Province is located in south-eastern Iberian Peninsula, the Mediterranean shores in sunny Andalucia.
Its total area, which measures 8, 774 km square, is distinguished by great geographical diversity.
The passage of time has made the landscape differ in many places. As a result, in Almeria so you can enjoy the modern tourist resorts, and natural areas where mankind has barely set foot.
The climate is Mediterranean, warm and dry with little rainfall. Number of sunny hours is high, around 3,000 hours per year. May the temperature is constant throughout the year.
Los Alcázares Los Al-Katha--pronounced re- is a small, but expanding coastal spa town and former fishing village on the west side of the Mar Menor in Murcia autonomous community and province, southeastern Spain.
Águilas is a port city and south-east Spain in the province of Murcia. Located at the southern end of Murcia's Mediterranean coastline, otherwise known as the Costa Cálida, near the border with the province of Almería
Puerto de Mazarrón is a town in the municipality of Mazarrón in Murcia, Spain.
Cartagena is a Mediterranean city and naval station located in the Region of Murcia, southeastern Spain. As of 2009, it has a population of 211,996, making it the second largest city in the Region, the 6th among the non-province capitals of Spain, and the 24th overall.
The Old Town is limited by five small hills (Molinete, Monte Sacro, Monte de San José, Despeñaperros and Monte de la Concepción) following the example of Rome. In the past there was an inner sea between the hills called the Estero that eventually dried up.
The urban area is delimited or crossed by several watercourses, some of which go deep into the urban network during great part of their courses.