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If you enjoy exploring amazing places, we have a variety of routes for you to discover our Region. We include 8 routes:


Jumilla and Yecla are plenty of fields covered with vineyards. It has a great history, with many archaeological Palaeolithic, Iberian and Roman, sites. It is famous by its “designation of origin” wine. In this area you can also visit Abanilla, also called the“Murcian Palestine” and Fortuna, which counts with more than 2000 years of history, where you can find Roman remains and thermal waters too.


We can find a great variety of landscapes. You can enjoy of a majestic historic surrounding, where different civilizations where established. Segura Rives flows through it. The Northwest has the largest Forest Reserve in the Region of Murcia, which will provide a great range of activities to do. Its vineyards are known because of its designation of origin in Bullas. Remains of cave art from that area were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.


Also known as Moorish Valley as it was the last Arabs bastion in Spain. Segura River flows down and it creates a landscape plenty of fruit trees and palm trees. The visit to the valley must start from the Performance Centre in Archena, which is a great starting point to know the region at the same time you enjoy while doing active and healthy tourism.


This area is famous for its castles, towers, wall remains, archaeological sites and noble houses. Furthermore, you can access to the Regional Park in Sierra Espuña, which is the biggest natural space in Murcia, having amazing landscapes which provides us the opportunity of practising sports in nature.


Murcia is the capital city of our Region, established in the Rio Segura’s Valley and flanked in the South by the Carrascoy and Cresta del Gallo Mountain Ranges.  It has a great cultural offering as well as good weather. 


It is a city that counts on 3000 historic years. The proyect named Cartagena, Cultures Port, has proved its patrimonial value to invite visitors going back in time since Punic and Roman times to the present day.


Mar Menor is a large lagoon (170 square kilometres) of salty and warm water. In its origin was an open bay to the Mediterranean Sea but nowadays it is separated by a 24 kilometres thin line of sand, called La Manga, where you can enjoy large beaches, it is between the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Sea. As it counts with excellent weather, it is an ideal area to practice any water sports during the whole year.

For that reason, the Mar Menor marina owns a great range of nautical, sporting and touristic infrastructures. It offers the visitors a global offering of activities and services, as it has more than 20 nautical clubs to learn and enjoy sailing, water skiing, diving, canoeing, windsurfing and the like.


It is a Mediterranean Sea area, characterised by its history of mining and its seafaring tradition. It was a strategic area to defend neighbouring lands. It has important castles and defence towers. It is crucial to pin point its varied offering of outdoor activities on the beach and amazing waters with lush marine flora and fauna.