Postal service maintained in outlying areas of Cartagena until delivery box banks are installed
La Azohía and Isla Plana residents convinced the Town Hall to negotiate a compromise Correos, the Spanish post office, has announced that deliveries will be maintained after all in the 13 sparsely populated areas of Cartagena where residents learnt this summer that the service was to be suspended, giving the locals time to install postbox banks like those which exist on many residential developments..

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Church services for December and January St. Nicholas Ecumenical Church Camposol
The church offers services in both English and German and is based on the Camposol Urbanisation in the Mazarrón municipality See below for contact details and map. Services for December 2018 and January 2019: December Sunday 2nd Songs of Praise Sunday 9th Holy Communion Sunday 16th, 11am joint service Puerto de Mazarrron at the Christmas Market Sunday 23rd Holy Communion Monday..

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Special deals for the municipal gym and swimming pool in Alhama de Murcia
Prices have been reduced to try and persuade more young people to pursue sporting activities Alhama de Murcia possesses excellent sporting facilities, amongst which is a well-equipped municipal gym and an indoor swimming pool. In order to encourage a larger number of younger people and adults to take up regular exercise, the council has launched new tariffs which are valid until June 2019..

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Martínez Cánovas in Mazarrón with Hic Daemonia Sunt
The exhibition can be visited until 12th January 2019 Juan José Martínez Cánovas is a young Murcian artist with a long curriculum of individual and collective exhibitions. He is a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Murcia and has been exhibited both in Spain and abroad. The exhibition at the Casas Consistoriales can be visited from Monday to Saturday between 10.00 and 14.00 and..

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Nora Nautic : Flyboards, Jetskis and motorised boats for hire, Puerto de Mazarron
Watersports in the Puerto de Mazarrón,  El Alamillo beach Costa Cálida Nora Nautic  are based on the El Alamillo beach in the Puerto de Mazarrón for the summer months and hire out motorised boats, flyboards  and jet skis on a short-term basis. All equipment is supervised by qualified staff and can be hired for just a few minutes to a full day according to requirement.

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Boat Trips in Puerto de Mazarron with Solaz Lines
Mazarrón, The glass bottomed boat runs good value trips along the coast. Click here to see summer schedule 2018 with times: Solaz Lines Mazarrón Solaz Lines have been in operation since 1988, and operate 2 boats,  running inexpensive trips in La Manga and from Mazarrón. During the summer months they operate boat trips on a regular schedule, and are available for private hire the rest..

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Christmas, New Year and Three Kings in Alhama de Murcia: programme 2018-19
Tourist train, carols, artisan stands and a Christmas Market as Alhama de Murcia celebrates the festive season Alhama de Murcia offers a busy programme of Christmas activities, with plenty of free choral and carol concerts, lots of activities for the kiddies, tourist train, municipal belén and of course, the parade of the Three Kings on the 5th January. Most activities are free unless otherwise..

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Christmas Tourist Train timetable Alhama de Murcia from 15th December 2018 to 7th January 2019
Christmas Tourist Train: The Christmas tourist train is running around the town centre of Alhama de Murcia from 15th December until the 7th January except for the 25th December and 1st January. On the 15th and 16th December and from the 22nd December from 10.30 to 13.30 and 16.30 to 20.30. From the 17th to the 21st December only in the evenings, from 16.30 to 20.30. Departure from the..

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Every Wednesday: Enthusiastic footballers of all ages welcomed on Hacienda del Álamo
Each Wednesday a group of enthusiasts meet for a game Every Wednesday ( all year round ) at Hacienda del Alamo resort, Fuente Alamo with showers and changing facilities. We play under floodlights in winter and on grass pitch ( which means less stress on knees and joints ) If you fancy a kick about, nothing too serious or strenuous then a beer and a bite to eat afterwards at The Spaniard..

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20th December Alhama de Murcia carol concerts
Thursday 20th December Between 16:30 and 20.30 the Christmas tourist train is running around the town centre. Tickets are 1 euros each and the train starts its tour from the main bus stop opposite the town hall and tourist office. 19:30 Pregón, the official speech welcoming in Christmas. This is followed by a choral concert performed by the choir of the Alhama de Murcia music school with..

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21st December Free entry Christmas concert in Alhama de Murcia
Friday 21st December  Between 16:30 and 20.30 the Christmas tourist train is running around the town centre. Tickets are 1 euros each and the train starts its tour from the main bus stop opposite the town hall and tourist office. 19:30 Christmas concert by the band and choir of the municipal music school in the Iglesia of San Lázaro. Entry free of charge. Click for the parroquial church..

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22nd December The Rondalla of Mazarrón performs in Mazarrón
The Rondalla of Mazarrón performs traditional seasonal music in the Jardín de la Purísima on the 22nd December at 12.00. Click for Mazarrón local information in English Join the South West Murcia group on Facebook to keep up to date with all the latest news and events in Mazarrón, Alhama de Murcia, Fuente Álamo, Águilas, Totana, Lorca and Puerto Lumbreras;https://www.facebook...

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25th December Bajada of the Virgen de la Candelaria in Alhama de Murcia
The Bajada of theVirgen de la Candelaria is on Christmas day On Christmas day the Virgen de la Candelaria is carried down from her hermitage above the town of Alhama de Murcia into the town below, where she remains until her return  on the day of the Virgen de la Candelaria in February, an event in which she is accompanied by thousands of townspeople who enjoy a day of picnics and friendship..

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26th December Alhama de Murcia Pasacalles de Aguilando
A traditional musical activity in which musicians head into the streets to ask for alms for the church Wednesday 26th December 17.30 PASACALLES DE AGUILANDO. This is akin to carol singing, and is an activity in which the traditional musical groups head into the streets to sing for alms for the church. All are welcome to come along and join in, even those with no musical knowledge who can clap..

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5th January 2019 Cabalgata of the Three Kings in Alhama de Murcia
Saturday 5th January 2019 10:30 to 13:00 Free Christmas activities for younger children in the Plaza de Abastos indoor market with workshops and entertainment. 17:00 The Three Kings offer a small gift to each of the children of the municipality in the Plaza de la Constitución 19:00 CABALGATA DE REYES. The grand Cabalgata and parade of the Three Kings. The grand parade begins in the..

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6th January Auto de los Reyes Magos in El Berro, Sierra Espuña
Click for map and info about this area of the Sierra Espuña: El Berro On the 6th January, an event known as the Auto de los Reyes Magos takes place in several different towns across the Region of Murcia, which is, in essence, a historical nativity play. It is one of the two oldest pieces of theatrical literature in Spain, the other being la Asunción de la Virgen, which is performed in..

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Closure of coastal track between Bolnuevo and Cañada de Gallego in the Mazarron municipality
This affects those using nudist beaches on this stretch of coastline In 2017 the municipal council of Mazarrón announced that the dirt track running along the coastline between Bolnuevo and the Cañada de Gallego beaches would be closed to mechanised transport from 1st July 2017, limiting access to the stretch of wild and nudist beaches along this coastline to those on foot or bicycle...

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Overview of the beaches of Mazarrón
Urban beaches, nudist beaches, dog friendly beaches and lots of wild coves in the municipality of Mazarrón  Mazarrón is blessed with an extraordinarily rich selection of beaches, with 33 spread along 35 kilometres of coastline, ensuring that all tastes can easily be accommodated. Most of the municipality has a low development density, so even when the beaches are busy in the summer, there..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Mojón
A shingle and sand beach on the Mazarrón-Cartagena border which is also popular with surfers A 450-metre-long Blue Flag beach The Playa del Mojón is easternmost beach in the municipality of Mazarrón municipality and is on the edge of Isla Plana (Cartagena), close to Puerto de Mazarrón. It’s often listed as one of the Isla Plana beaches and some guides show it as being within Cartagena..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de la Raja
A low density semi-urban beach with sand and shingle shoreline A 350 metre long beach The Playa de la Raja is the second beach encountered when entering the municipality of Mazarrón municipality from its neighbour Cartagena, and is just a few metres further along the coastline from Playa del Mojón. Like Playa del Mojón, it is close to the main E-22 road which runs between Isla Plana and..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Negra
A semi-urban beach close to the Puerto de Mazarrón A hidden 160 metre long cove close to the Puerto de Mazarrón Playa Negra is the third beach encountered when entering the Mazarrón municipality from its neighbour Cartagena , is closer to Puerto de Mazarrón than Isla Plana and is considered to be the first of the semi-urban beaches running into the port of Mazarrón. It’s very much..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Alamillo
A Blue Flag semi-urban beach, popular with windsurfers and anglers 600 metres long with sand and shingle This is a semi-urban Mediterranean beach, and is the fourth beach in a line of 33 Mediterranean beaches which stretch along the Mazarrón coastline between the boundaries with Cartagena and Lorca. This beach is 600 metres long, with an average width of 14 metres, narrower and stonier at..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Gachero, dog friendly beach
One of three dog friendly beaches in the Mazarrón municipality Playa Gachero is a semi-urban Mediterranean beach at the eastern end of the 35-kilometre Mazarrón coastline, close to the boundary with Cartagena. This is one of three beaches within the Mazarrón municipality which have been designated as dog friendly, and is the closest to the urban centre of the municipality. It is the smallest..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Rihuete
A large, sandy, fully serviced "no smoking" beach in the town of Puerto de Mazarrón Blue Flag and Q for Quality at this 600-metre-long sandy beach Playa Rihuete is an urban Mediterranean beach in the eastern part of Puerto de Mazarrón, on the way out of the town towards Cartagena and on the seafront facing across the bay to La Azohía and Cabo Tiñoso. It is a vast urban beach..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Puerto
A very popular 500-metre-long urban beach with fine sand and full facilities Playa del Puerto is an urban Mediterranean beach, in the centre of Puerto de Mazarrón and is among the most popular of the 33 Mediterranean beaches which stretch for 35 kilometres along the Mazarrón coastline between the boundaries with Cartagena to the east and Lorca to the west. It is a 500-metre-long sandy beach..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de la Isla
A curving bay with deep sand fringe and an interesting history The Playa de la Isla (“island beach” for obvious reasons) is a curving bay, in an urban area, with a long and interesting history lying beneath the normally tranquil surface of the Mediterranean. For visitors today, it’s a beach with a 600 metre frontage and an average width of 52 metres, fine, soft sand, and a tranquil traditionally..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de La Ermita
A low density sandy beach close to the private sporting port Playa de la Ermita is a small urban sandy Mediterranean beach close to the centre of Puerto de Mazarrón, one of a line of 33 along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca. This may only be a small beach when compared to its grander neighbours, but has real charm, the combination..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de Bahía
Q for Quality and Blue Flag at this popular sandy beach in Puerto de Mazarrón Playa de Bahía is a semi-urban beach adjoining Playa de la Reya and is the first in an unbroken stretch of sand running from Puerto de Mazarrón towards Bolnuevo for several kilometres. The Playa de Bahía is an urban Mediterranean beach, one of a line of 33 along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de la Reya
Also known as Playa de la Rella and Playa de Junta de dos Mares The Playa de la Reya is an urban Mediterranean beach, one of a line of 33 along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca.  It is a long, curving semi-urban stretch of sand which adjoins Playa Bahía, Playa de la Pava and the Cabezo de Gavilanes viewing point, located 1.9 kilometres..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de la Pava
The Playa de la Pava is a small, curving beach located in a  semi-urban environment.  The Playa de la Pava is an urban Mediterranean beach, one of a line of 33 along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca. It is 2.2 kilometres from the centre of Puerto de Mazarrón and is easily accessed from Avenida D.José Alarcón Palacios, which..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de Nares
A Blue Flag beach in the western outskirts of Puerto de Mazarrón The Playa de Nares is an urban Mediterranean beach, one of the 33 which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca.  It is a long, curving, semi-urban beach which adjoins the Playa de la Pava and at the eastern end is the headland of Punta de Nares..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Castellar
Playa Grande-Castellar, a kilometre of sandy beach between Puerto de Mazarrón and Bolnuevo The Playa del Castellar is a vast semi-urban Mediterranean beach, one of the 33 which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca.  This is a huge stretch of open sand beach which adjoins the Cabezo de Castellar and the neighbouring..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de las Moreras, dog friendly beach
One of three dog friendly beaches in the municipality of Mazarrón  Playa de las Moreras  is a semi-urban Mediterranean beach, one of the 33 which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca.  Playa de las Moreras is one of three beaches within the Mazarrón municipality which have been designated as dog friendly beaches..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de Bolnuevo
Costa Cálida Mediterranean beaches: Playa de Bolnuevo The Playa de Bolnuevo is a vast semi-urban Mediterranean beach running along the coastline of the small town of Bolnuevo, and is one of the 33 which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca.  Geographically, it lies between the Rambla de las Moreras and the Punta Cueva..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Rincón
The first in a run of spectacular rocky coves, nudist beaches and wild beaches One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa del Rincón is tucked into the corner of Cueva de Lobos  and is strikingly memorable on account of the ochre-red soil, which is spectacular when lit by the setting sun..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de la Piedra Mala
The second in a run of spectacular rocky coves and wild beaches in Mazarrón One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa de Piedra Mala (literally, beach of the bad stone!) is linked to Playa del Rincón and has the same vibrant ochre-red soil as its neighbouur, which is tucked into the corner..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Cueva de Lobos, nudist beach
Part of a run of spectacular rocky coves, nudist beaches and wild beaches One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa Cueva de Lobos is the first designated nudist beach in the run along the coastal track which winds along the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras to Puntas de..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Amarilla, nudist beach
This is the second in the run of nudist beaches in Mazarrón One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa Amarilla is the second dedicated nudist beach in this section of the run along the coastal track which winds across the top of the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras to Puntas..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de la Grúa, nudist beach
One of a series of nudist beaches on the rocky coastline between Bolnuevo and Cañada de Gallego One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa de la Grua is the third official nudist beach reached by the 12-kilometre track which winds along the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras..

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Mazarrón beaches: Cala de Leño, nudist beach
This is the fourth in a run of designated nudist beaches in Mazarrón One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa de la Grua is the fourth official nudist beach reached by the 12-kilometre track which winds along the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras to Puntas de Calnegre...

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Mazarrón beaches: Cala Desnuda, nudist beach
An attractive wild cove on the Costa Cálida One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Cala Desnuda is the fifth official nudist beach reached by the 12-kilometre track which winds along the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras to Puntas de Calnegre. The beach is slightly sandier..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Barranco Ancho, nudist beach
An attractive wild cove at the foot of the Sierra Moreras One of 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa de la Grua is the sixth official nudist beach reached by the 12-kilometre track which winds along the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras to Puntas de Calnegre. Those who have..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Hondón del Fondo
The last in the run of nudist baches between Bolnuevo and Cañada de Gallego An attractive sandy wild cove with low occupancy at the foot of the Sierra Moreras, Playa Hondón del Fondo is the last of the official nudist beaches reached by the 12-kilometre track which winds along the coast from Bolnuevo through the Sierra de Moreras to Puntas de Calnegre. Those who have walked or cycled along..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Cabezo de Pelea
A long wild beach in the Ifre-Cañada de Gallego stretch of coastline Among the south-westernmost of the 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa Cabezo de Pelea is the first to be reached if coming from Bolnuevo in the Ifre-Cañada de Gallego section of the coast. This area is characterized..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Cobaticas, dog friendly beach
A long wild beach in the Ifre-Cañada de Gallego stretch of coastline, perfect for dogs Among the south-westernmost of the 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa Cobaticas is the second to be reached if coming from Bolnuevo in the Ifre-Cañada de Gallego section of the coast. This area is characterized..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de Las Chapas
A 300-metre-long cove near the main beach of Percheles Among the south-westernmost of the 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa de las Chapas is 300 metres long and just 10 metres wide. It is a stony beach which is used very little, as the rough surface is neither comfortable for sunbathers nor..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa Ballenato
A 200 metre long cove near to Percheles beach in the Ifre-Cañadas de Gallego section Among the south-westernmost of the 33 beaches which are to be found along the 35-kilometre coastline of Mazarrón between the municipalities of Cartagena and Lorca, Playa Ballenato is 200 metres long and 30metres wide. It is a mainly stony beach with patchs of sand, and is used very little. Once the southern..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de Percheles
A stunning Blue Flag beach near Cañadas de Gallego  Playa de Percheles is among the south-westernomst of the 33 beaches which run along the 35 kilometre length of the Mazarrón coastline, and is considered by some to be the most attractive. it is best reached via Cañada de Gallego. North of this point the coastline runs for nearly three kilometres of open, wild beach, but once the end..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de las Minas
A small cove in the Ifre-Cañadas de Gallego section of the Mazarrón coastline Lying almost at the south-westernmost extreme of the 35-kilometre Mazarrón coastline, Playa de las Minas is tucked away at the side of the Playa de Percheles, which is considered to be the most attractive bay in the municipality, located at the end of a long run of wild and naturist beaches. It is best accessed..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa del Palomarico
A rocky, low occupancy cove in the Ifre-Cañadas de Gallego section Playa del Palomarico is the one of the beaches at the south-western end of the series of 33 which run along the 35 kilometre length of the Mazarrón coastline, and is located next to the agricultural area of Cañadas de Gallego. It is accessed either by the coast road from the village or via the RM-D21 and the AP-7 motorway..

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Mazarrón beaches: Playa de Parazuelos
A long open beach in the Ifre-Cañadas de Gallego section This is the south-westernmost in the series of 33 beaches which run along the 35 kilometre length of the Mazarrón coastline, and is located next to the agricultural area of Cañadas de Gallego and the village of Puntas de Calnegre, accessed either by the coast road from the village or via the RM-D21 and the AP-7 motorway. Puntas..

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Dog-friendly beaches in Mazarrón
Playa Cobaticas, Playa Sierra de Las Moreras, and Playa Gachero dog friendly beaches in Mazarrón The Town Hall of Mazarrón has produced a guide to the three beaches in the municipality which have been designated as dog-friendly areas, where owners can let their pets off the lead and allow them to roam on the sand and in the sea. The three beaches are located at different points along..

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Fishing permitted on Mazarrón beaches all year: rules and regulations
Mazarrón allows beach fishing all year on designated beaches In August 2018 the Town Hall of Mazarrón issued a statement reminding local fishing enthusiasts about the local regulations governing fishing on the beaches of the municipality, and the three specific zones for angling in areas which are neither popular with bathers nor designated dog-friendly beaches. Municipal rules state..

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Sporting beaches: Surfing at the Playa de la Reya Mazarrón
Also known as Playa de la Rella and Playa de Junta de dos Mares The Playa de la Reya is an urban Mediterranean beach, and is the eleventh beach in a line of 33 Mediterranean beaches which stretch for 35 kilometres along the Mazarrón coastline between the borders of the Cartagena municipality and that of Lorca. This is a long, curving semi-urban beach which adjoins Playa Bahía, Playa de la..

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Sporting beaches: Surfing at the Playa del Mojón Mazarrón
A shingle and sand beach on the Mazarrón-Cartagena border which is also popular with surfers A 450 metre long blue flag beach The Playa del Mojón is the first beach in the Mazarrón municipality crossing over from the Cartagena border and is on the edge of Isla Plana (Cartagena municipality) and the Puerto de Mazarrón. It’s often listed as one of the Isla Plana beaches and some..

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Sporting beaches: Jet-ski hire, beach fishing and windsurfing, Playa Alamillo Mazarrón
Blue flag semi-urban beach, popular with windsurfers and fishermen 600 metres long with sand and shingle This is a semi-urban Mediterranean beach, and is the fourth beach in a line of 31 Mediterranean beaches which stretch along the Mazarrón coastline between the borders of the Cartagena municipality and that of  Lorca. This beach is 600 metres long, with an average width of 14 metres..

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Four Mazarrón beaches have year-round solid beach walkways
Playa Rihuete, Playa del Puerto, Playa Isla and Playa Castellar offer improved shoreline access Four beaches in the Mazarrón municipality have solid walkways throughout the year designed to help those with limited mobility to access the shoreline. The walkways are available on the beaches of Playa Rihuete, Playa del Puerto, Playa Isla and Playa Castellar and are made from a pre-fabricated..

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Weekly  Lending Library Camposol
Sheila’s Lending Library open Tuesdays between 10am and 1pm Sheila’s Lending Library The Lending Library has been set up in her garage area by Sheila Jones and all the books are displayed on shelving units some of which were made by husband.   The Library has a stock of over 4700 books categorised and set out in alphabetical order making it easy to select your favourite genre and author..

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Bolnuevo erosions or Gredas de Bolnuevo
The Bolnuevo erosions are natural sand sculptures One of the best known features of Bolnuevo are the erosions, or gredas, of Bolnuevo, known as the “enchanted landscape”, a curious formation of naturally sculptured rock formations behind the main beach. These curious limestone shapes have been formed over millions of years by wind erosion, and seem almost like modernist sculptures...

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Buying or renting property on Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo, Fuente Álamo Hacienda del Álamo offers a wide variety of options for Holiday rentals, Holiday property or residential living, with different types of accommodation to cater for individual budgets, needs and tastes. The urbanisation is set in extensive, landscaped grounds, with security access controlled, ensuring that the environment is a clean, well managed and safe..

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Sports facilities at Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo Sports facilities. Sports Centre The Hacienda Sport centre is located between the main entrance and the Golf Club house and offers a number of sporting facilities, bringing activities and residents from the surrounding areas into the urbanisation, as well as providing top-level facilities for residents. Facilities at HDA There are 4 Tennis Courts which are available..

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Shops and restaurants Hacienda del Álamo
Shopping - Restaurant Facilities on the Hacienda del Álamo resort The Hacienda del Álamo Resort has two commercial areas: the Spanish Village, the Pueblo Español and the Hacienda Resort centre, as well as a top-level club house, with restaurant and social facilities. The Pueblo Español is based on a traditional Spanish town concept and includes a number of sales units including artistic..

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Hacienda del Álamo Golf Course, school and driving range
The Resort has an 18 hole course, 6 hole tuition course, golf academy and driving range. Since it first opened in November 2004, the internationally recognised Golf Course at Hacienda de Alamo has proven a popular choice for both local and International golfers alike. Ryder Cup Star, Ángel Jiménez is quoted as saying that this is one of the best courses in the country with wide fairways..

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Ermita de Bolnuevo.
Hours of Service, Ermita de Bolnuevo. The hermitage of Bolnuevo is only used once a week for mass, ( in Spanish) which is celebrated during the winter months at 10.30am.  The most important róle of the Ermita de Bolnuevo is as the home of the Inmaculada Virgen de la Concepción, who sallies forth in Romería every year on the 17th November. This sculpture was made by José Sánchez Lozano..

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Mazarrón Pedanías, Bolnuevo.
An introduction to Bolnuevo. The coastal locality of Bolnuevo is part of the wide variety of landscapes and environments which can be found throughout the municipality of Mazarrón, it´s host of small coves as well as longer, sandy  beaches, making it a popular summer holiday destination, although it has an established population of permanent residents throughout the year. Set aside from..

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Romería de Bolnuevo
Known by the expat community as the Bolnuevo Sardine Festival The Miracle of La Purísima, took place in Mazarrón on 17th November 1585, at the end of the sixteenth century. This event is commemorated annually on the 17th November, the day on which the Virgen de la Purísima is reputed to have saved the town of Mazarrón from Berber Pirate attack, and on the following Sunday the Romerí..

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The Spaniard Inn Hacienda del Alamo Murcia
Spaniard Inn and La Terraza Restaurant, Hacienda del Alamo The management complex on Hacienda del Álamo is home to the Spaniard Inn bar and La Terraza restaurant, offering drinks and bar meals throughout the day, as well as a more substantial selection of A La Carte meals or BBQ favourites.Sunday lunches are particularly popular, as are the freshly battered cod and chips served on a Friday lunchtime..

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Bolnuevo Mazarron, Fiestas del Milagro, Sardine Sunday
Bolnuevo, the Romeria returns to the Bolnuevo sardine festival  2010-11-21 One of the best-loved days in the local ex-pat calendar is the day of the return of the Virgen to her sanctuary in Bolnuevo, perched high on the hillside, welded to the Torre de los Caballos which was built around 500 years ago to warn of attacks by Berber pirates, who harassed this coast kidnapping residents and..

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