The nature reserve of the riverbank woodland in Cañaverosa
A lush green environment on the banks of the upper reaches of the Segura in Calasparra and Moratalla Cañaverosa is the only one of the three nationally recognized nature reserves in the Region of Murcia to be located on land, with the other two both..

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Walking in Jumilla: the Cañada Real from Murcia to Cuenca
46 kilometres of the old drovers’ road run through the municipality of Jumilla The “Cañadas Reales” are the long-distance transhumance farming paths, or drovers’ roads, traditionally used to drive livestock from one location to another..

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Walking in Sierra del Carche in Jumilla
Dramatic scenery above the vineyards and salt mines of south-eastern Jumilla The regional park of Sierra del Carche occupies an area of 5,942 hectares, and includes the Cabezo de la Rosa – a saline diapir of great geological interest – and..

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Walking in Sierra de La Pedrera in Jumilla
Caves with a story to tell and other sights which illustrate history and pre-history The Sierra de la Pedrera may reach no higher than 765 metres above sea level, but the area is covered in esparto glass and aromatic plants and is home to historic..

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Walking in Sierra de la Cingla in Jumilla
Prehistoric rock art and spectacular scenery in the mountains of Sierra de la Cingla The main walking routes in the mountains of Sierra de la Cingla, the ridge which runs along the northern side of the N-344 road between Jumilla and Yecla, are..

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Walking in Sierra de Santa Ana in Jumilla
Spectacular scenery, prehistoric archaeology, the monastery of Santa Ana and thick pine woods in the mountains outside Jumilla The mountains of Sierra de Santa Ana are just 6 kilometres south of the town of Jumilla, and offer not only a stunning..

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The Cuatro Calas coastal walk in Águilas SL-MU18
Four beaches and a fascinating array of flora and fauna on a short coastal walk in Águilas Details of the SL-MU 18 Cuatro Calas walk Start and finish: Playa de Calarreona Distance: 4 kilometres including detours, 2.8 km without detours..

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Walking in Águilas: the headland of Cabo Cope
The PR-MU 104 route offers spectacular views from the lower slopes of Cabo Cope Cabo Cope is the imposing headland which juts out into the Mediterranean next to the village of Calabardina, in the municipality of Águilas, reaching a height of..

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The GR-92 Mediterranean coastal path in Águilas
A 22-kilometre stretch of the route follows the Águilas coastline As well as being home to various recommended rural walking routes, the municipality of Águilas is also one of the many visited by the GR-92 route which runs along the whole of..

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Walking in Águilas: the Sendero del Baladre route in Águilas
The PR-MU 112 walk is in the mountains which stand to the north of Águilas The route lies within an area which is included in the Natura 2000 network as a Site of Community Importance and is a ZEPA birdlife protection zone, due to the presence..

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Walking in Águilas: the Marina de Cope route
The SL-MU 23 walk includes wild beaches, a Roman jetty and a nuclear spring! The route lies entirely within the Regional Park of Cabo Cope y Puntas de Calnegre, and allows walkers to appreciate the natural and cultural heritage which make the..

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The Camino del Agua walking route in Águilas
The PR-MU 113 route is an 18-kilometre walk from the mountains behind Águilas to the town centre This route is named after the old water supply channel from Tébar to Águilas, a canal which was built on the orders of King Carlos III in the 18th..

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The Camino de la Romería walking route in Águilas
The walk follows the route of the annual Romería del Rocío in Águilas This is a linear walk rather than a circular route, running from the Plaza de la Guardia Civil in the town of Águilas to the Molino del Saltaor beauty spot, and the route..

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The Via Verde de Mazarrón walking and cycling route: First section
The 14-kilometre Vía Verde welcomes walkers and cyclists between Mazarrón and La Pinilla When it was decided in the early 20th century that a railway should be built linking Mazarrón to the intended line between Cartagena and Totana the engineers..

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The source of the River Chícamo, a 3-kilometre walk in Abanilla
The Chícamo provides a geology lesson taking in the last ten million years! The River Chícamo in Abanilla is one of the best known beauty spots in the landscape of Murcia, and is of special interest not only to walkers but also to naturalists and..

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The Salto del Usero in Bullas
The Bullas waterfall and rock pools offer an inland bathing alternative in the north-west of the Murcia Region The Salto del Usero is one of the most widely enjoyed natural beauty spots in the Region of Murcia, and during the summer is used as an..

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The volcano of El Carmoli on the shore of the Mar Menor
An interesting geological walk in El Carmolí with spectacular views over the Mar Menor The volcanic plug of El Carmolí, which rises to an altitude of 113 metres above sea level, is one of a series of 7-million-year-old andesite plugs which include..

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Marchamalo and Amoladeras nature reserves in Cabo de Palos
Saltflats and native plantlife alongside Stone Age remains between the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean At the southern end of the heavily built up area of La Manga del Mar Menor is a zone where there are practically no buildings at all, just a series..

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Murcia: Chocolate from the monks and a visit to La Morenica
The Chocolate de la Luz can once again be purchased from monks in the mountains outside Murcia Heres an enjoyable morning out which is suitable for those who enjoy a spot of sightseeing and a good view, as well as for those who enjoy a not too taxing..

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El Valle Visitor Centre Murcia
The El Valle Visitor Centre Murcia The El Valle Visitor’s Centre is located in the heart of the regional park, the Parque Regional del Valle y Carrascoy, which runs alongside the capital city of Murcia, and is home to a number of monuments relating..

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8km, Geological walk, Cabezo de la Fuente in the Calblanque regional park
Circular geological walk in the Cartagena municipality Sendero Circular Cabezo de la Fuente 8km Difficulty level: medium Start point, Las Cobaticas information centre, Cartagena, Mar Menor The Calblanque regional park,( Parque regional Calblanque..

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4km Geological walk from Cala Reona to Salinas del Rasall in Calblanque
The pleasant walk in Calblanque is of considerable interest to geologists Distance: 4km, one way Start point: Cala Reona Difficulty level: medium This 4-kilometre route, which begins in Cala Reona and ends at the Salinas del Rasall in the regional..

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Guided walking in the Sierra Minera with the Fundación Sierra Minera
This foundation offer guided routes through the mining area of La Unión The Fundaciòn Sierra Minera is a non-profit organisation which works to preserve the heritage of the Sierra Minera, and also engages in a number of educational activities..

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PR-MU 88 Route 33 a 7km walk between La Unión and Portmán
A seven-kilometre walk through the mountains and history of Portmán and La Unión The Carretera del 33 is a seven-kilometre walk through the mountains of the Sierra Minera between La Unión and the coastal town of Portmán, taking walkers on a..

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Calblanque regional park
This is a good area for walking and also has several wild beaches The 1,882 hectares of Calblanque have been a protected nature reserve since 1987 in recognition of the fact that the area is one of the most typical of the coastline of the Region..

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10km walking/cycling route, leaving from Cieza town
Route 1 La Isla– El Horno, from Cieza town This is a cycling and walking route through Cieza which is an ideal way to discover the beauty of the Ciezan countryside enjoy the fruit orchards and agricultural areas of the municipality, including..

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Cycling, walking, driving route 2, Cieza routes
Route 2 La Brujilla This route could be cycled, walked or driven through the Cieza municipality.  The route passes through the peach orchards and agricultural cultivated areas which make Cieza such an attractive location to visit, particularly..

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Driving route of Cieza to see La Floración
Route 3 La Parra –El Horno -  El Acho This is a drivable tarmac route through Cieza and is designed for those who want to enjoy a drive through the peach orchards during La Floración, although can also be driven at any time of the year to..

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Walking Routes Cieza, the PR MU-11, to Medina Siyasa
Sendero PR-MU 11: Medina Siyâsa (Route PR-MU 11) The PR-MU 11, Medina Siyâsa, is an 8.5km long walking route in the municipality of Cieza, a signposted circular walk which runs alongside the Vega del Segura river close to the town, and passes..

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Walking routes Cieza, the PR-MU 25
Almadenes – Almorchón, 13.3 kilometres The PR-MU 25, Almadenes - Almorchón, is a medium length popular walking route in Cieza and is a well sign posted, circular route through one of the most characteristically Ciezan areas of the municipality..

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Rambla de El Cañar, Isla Plana- Tallante
A 7km walk along the Rambla de El Cañar, Tallante-Isla Plana, PR-15 Level: Easy The rambla runs from the coast at Isla Plana through inland to the village of Tallante, marked on maps as the PR-15. The walk is along a rambla, a dry waterway..

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Cartagena, Cenizas and Negrete Military Batteries
Cartagena Spain, The Cenizas Battery and Negrete Anti-aircraft Battery Cartagena military batteries   These are within a very short drive of the La Chapa Battery (click La Chapa) which is just down the road in the Bay of Portmán, so it is..

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