Alhama de Murcia Tourist Office
Oficina de Turismo de Alhama de Murcia
Tourist information Office Alhama de Murcia
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Alhama de Murcia Tourist information office is located on the edge of the Plaza de la Constitución, just a few metres away from the underground car park and the Town hall of Alhama de Murcia.
The tourist office offers free guided audiotours in English which take visitors around the historical sites of interest in Alhama, which can be loaned at any time, although allow an hour and a half to complete the tour. When loaning the audio equipment, visitors are asked to leave passports or ID cards with the tourist office, so allow enough time to ensure that these are collected before the office closes.
The office also carries a full range of leaflets for not only the Archaeological Museum of Los Baños, which is built around the historic spa which gives Alhama it’s name, but also the Sierra Espuña, which is also an important area within the municipality of Alhama. Areas such as El Berro and Gebas have a number of interesting routes which can be followed and there are several picnic areas and good walking routes within the Sierra Espuña natural park.
The tourist office also carries leaflets for the many cultural events and Fiestas which take place in Alhama throughout the year, including Los Mayos, Semana Santa, Christmas,the Romería of La Candelaria and the Auto de los Reyes Magos in El Berro.
Opening Hours: Winter hours: From September 16th to June 30th: Between Monday and Friday from 9am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm. Saturdays from 10am to 1pm
Summer hours: From July 1st to September 15th: Between Monday and Friday from 8.30am to 2.30pm and Saturdays from 10am to 1pm
Full information in English about Alhama de Murcia can be found in the Alhama de Murcia section, accessed via the map box at the bottom of every main page or by using the town search box at the top of every page. There is also a separate dedicated section for the Condado de Alhama urbanisation, accessed via the same routes.
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