The Costa Cálida is a 250 km long stretch of Mediterranean coastline in the province of Murcia. The area has a warm average annual temperature which gives a pleasant microclimate and there are a wide range of activities and many interesting places to visit. Take a walk in the old Arabic town of Alhama de Murcia, enjoy local delicacies at a fish restaurant by the port of Cabo de Palos, or feel the tide of history by the guns at Cabo de Tiñoso outside Cartagena. Explore the beautiful promenades in Los Alcázares, hike, or do your workout in untouched nature and by the beaches in the Natural Park of Calblanque. Maybe you want to see how wine is made in Jumilla, enjoy the architecture and culture in the capital of Murcia, take a trip to one of the beaches at La Manga del Mar Menor or play golf at one of the many first class golf courses.Sparkling sea, pure white beaches and day after day of sunshine. If you are looking for a property in Murcia and the Costa Cálida, it is now a great time to invest. Major improvements in infrastructure have made Murcia and the Costa Cálida more accessible than ever before and there are good road links to the rest of Spain and three international airports.
Costa Cálida has escaped much of the overproduction of real estate that many other Spanish coastal areas have been exposed to and can proudly showcase some of the best beaches in Spain and even large areas of untouched nature. The World Health Organisation, WHO, has designated Murcia province as the purest environment in Spain. The region is historically a farming culture and is now a major producer of fruits, vegetables and flowers, for both Spain and the rest of Europe. Thanks to the rich production the area is known as “The Garden of Europe". When driving towards Murcia City you pass endless orange groves, fields with different salads, artichokes, olives and much more. Vineyards are near the towns of Bullas, Yecla and Jumilla and around Moratalla you will find fine olive oil products