Campsites Costa Calida

Campsites Costa Calida Quick guide to where they are

Local Campsites Costa Calida Holiday Campsites.

Campsites Costa Calida region blessed with year-round sunshine, so you can make the most of its two seas: the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor sandy beaches, camping in Spain

Camper Park La Ribera

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Mobile home park in Spain Campsites Costa Calida

Address: Av. Romería de San Blas, s/n, 30730 San Javier, Murcia
Phone: 968 19 19 11
Province: Region of Murcia
Nice motorhome park here Campsites Costa Calida the staff are nice the toilets are nice and clean but the showers are always hot. There is plenty of room for really big motorhomes. The beach and Lidl and Aldi are within walking distance of the campsite. not bad for €11 with Electric. We would definitely revisit.

Campsites Costa Calida

Camping Caravaning La Manga  

La Manga del Mar Menor Costa Calida

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Camping Caravaning La Manga is set between Playa Paraíso Beach and Calblanque Park.

It features a private beach area, a seasonal outdoor pool and an indoor pool. More

Each simple bungalow at Camping Caravaning La Manga has a small terrace. All accommodation comes with air conditioning, a seating area, and a kitchenette with a microwave, fridge and coffee maker.

The La Manga has an onsite supermarket and there is also restaurant and café-bar. During the summer months, the resort offers an outdoor cinema and children’s entertainment programme.

The La Manga del Menor Isthmus is less than 2 km from the bungalows. The city of Cartagena can be reached in 30 minutes by car, while Múrcia is 60 km away. Latest booking: 21 hours ago Campsites Costa Calida

Camping Sierra Espuña Holiday Campsite

El Berro (43.3 km from Costa Cálida)

Camping El Berro Campsites Costa Calida

Camping Sierra Espuña covers 18,000m² of land within the Sierra Espuña Natural Park, by the village of Berro. It offers excellent sports facilities, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool. More

Tennis courts, table tennis, mini golf and playground can all be found at the Camping Sierra Espuña. The café-restaurant serves light meals and snacks. BBQ Facilities are also available.

There is free private parking on site. Nearby sights include the typical Murcian villages of Aledos and Mula.

There are many climbing and hiking routes nearby. Guests can visit the Walls of Leyva and the famous Snow Wells (Pozos de la Nieve).

Each bungalow at the Camping Espuña has a kitchenette with a microwave and fridge Campsites Costa Calida

Marjal Costa Blanca EcoCamping Resort Holiday Campsite

Crevillente (69.0 km from Costa Cálida)

Campsites Costa Calida Marjal-Costa-Blanca

Offering charming Balinese-style bungalows with terraces, Marjal Costa Blanca EcoCamping Resort has a peaceful setting between the village of Catral and El Hondo Lake. More

It features a gym, spa, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

Surrounded by tropical gardens, each attractive wooden bungalow at Marjal Costa Blanca EcoCamping Resort has modern décor. The living room has a sofa bed and a flat-screen TV, while the kitchen comes with a microwave, fridge and a coffee maker. There is also a dining area.

You can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in the Marjal’s restaurant. There is also a bar, a barbecue area and a small supermarket on site.

Guests have free access to the Marjal Costa’s gym and spa, where you can find a sauna and Turkish baths. There are 2 indoor pools and 3 outdoor pools. A range of facials and other beauty treatments is available.

Crevillente and Elche are approximately 10 minutes’ drive from the resort. The beaches at Guardamar are less than 24 km away. Latest booking yesterday.

Caves in the Murcia area
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Costa Calida Region.

The Costa Cálida extends from El Mojón in the north near the province of Alicante, to near the municipality of Águilas in the south bordering on the region of Almería province.
The northern end of this coastline includes the Mar Menor (“Little Sea”), a coastal saltwater lagoon which at around 170 km2 is Europe’s largest.

The Mar Menor is separated from the Mediterranean by a 22km-long spit of land called La Manga, on which most of the tourism development for the region has been constructed.
Cartagena and Mazarrón are two other important coastal towns in the region.

Golf is a popular pastime for visitors and residents. There are many PGA championship courses such as El Valle which hosted the PGA European Seniors Tour in June 2011, Hacienda del Alamo which is the longest golf course in Spain and the famous La Manga Club.

The Costa Calida region blessed with year-round sunshine, so you can make the most of its two seas: the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor. The perfect place for the rest and relaxation, lying on the beach or swimming in the crystal clear waters.

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Mile upon mile of coastline punctuated by white sandy beaches, unspoilt coves, hidden depth, wild cliffs, lively ports and fishing villages. Come and discover the pleasures of the sea, ply the waves powered by the wind.

Fortuna Spa Baths

Fortuna-Spa Campsites Costa Calida

Fortuna is a spa town to the northeast of Murcia near the border of the province. Famous for its hot springs which were greatly appreciated by the Romans, Fortuna is fast becoming popular once again as the town becomes an important centre for hydrotherapy, beauty treatments and other therapies associated with the natural hot mineral water baths

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