The Costa Cálida (English: Warm Coast) is the approximately 250 km stretch of Mediterranean coastline of the Spanish Region of Murcia. The Murcia region is home to a rich compendium of scenery, art, monumental sights and recreational facilities. Nature lovers will want to head out to the beautiful and unspoilt Regional Park of Calblanque, near to the Mar Menor, where deserted beaches, cliffs, dunes, salt flats and hidden coves can be found along a 13-kilometre stretch of protected coastline. The area is crisscrossed by numerous hiking and cycling routes which allow access to one of the few remaining untouched coastal areas of mainland Spain. A short journey of 100 Km. between the two most distant points will reveal very different areas. The mines, the vegetable gardens and the mountains, along with the coastline, have been its main features throughout a long history full of events that very well could pass for legends. Our only goal is to encourage the curiosity of the traveller, as, in such a short space, it would be impossible to combine each and every feature that adds to the appeal of Murcia.

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