Tourists looking to spend their hard earned annual holiday in the Murcia region of Spain may do worse than choosing their holidays in stylish villas and apartments in Las Palmeras, The La Manga Club resort, near Cartagena. This choice of self catering rental accommodation is ideal for families wishing to have all their home comforts available to them, with the added bonus of regular reliable days of Spanish sun and use of a shimmering pool.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Las Palmeras villas in the La Manga Club Resort near Cartagena will find the usual tourist activities available on site, such as the use of a pool, restaurants, organised excursions to surrounding places of interest and regular evening entertainment. Those tourists spending their holidays in Las Palmeras villas wishing to venture beyond the confides of the resort will be drawn to the nearby city of Cartagena, with its wealth of interesting historical buildings and structures and its picturesque Old Town. As to be expected from a large Spanish city, Cartagena is also well served with department stores, boutiques and cafés.
There are a wealth of interesting places to visit in and around the Murcia region of Spain. Tourists enjoying their holidays in Las Palmeras villas in La Manga club with a historical interest will be drawn by the well preserved roman remains to be found in this region. A good example is the Cathago Nova Roman theatre, one of the main landmarks of Cartagena. The nearby 13th century Concepcion Castle, which now houses a museum depicting the history of the region, is another popular draw for tourists. Cartagena also boasts 10 clean and safe beaches, ideal for those looking to enjoy water sports, or to simply relax and safely soak in the sun’s rays.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Las Palmeras villas in the La Manga Club will find that the Murcia region as a whole enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate. Summer temperatures in the region can reach the early 30s degrees Celsius, whilst winter temperatures tend to be cooler, averaging around 14 degrees Celsius. The average annual rainfall for the region is around 12 inches.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Las Palmeras villas in the Murcia region of Spain will generally fly to the region’s largest airport, Murcia-San Javier Airport (MJV). There are a number of airlines operating regular and affordable flights here, including Ryanair, BMI Baby, Jet2.com and Easyjet. Flights to Murcia-San Javier Airport depart from a number of UK airports, including London Gatwick (LGW), Birmingham (BHX), Leeds Bradford (LBA) and Newcastle(NCL).