Águilas is a municipality in the Alto Guadalentín area, neighboring the Lorca municipality to the East and North, the Mediterranean Sea to the South and the Almeria municipality of Pulpi to the West. It is 103 km from the municipality of Murcia.
Águilas - Mazarrón Coastline
This area is integrated by the entire coastline of the municipality of Lorca and the stretch between this and the municipality of Mazarrón.
The municipality of Lorca, second largest in Spain, opens to the Mediterranean Sea through an 11-kilometer stretch of unspoiled coast comprising 14 white sand and pebble beaches and coves, all in excellent conditions.
Bay of Mazarrón
The municipality of Mazarrón neighbors the municipalities of Cartagena and Fuente Álamo to the East; Alhama de Murcia and Totana to the North; Lorca to the West and the Mediterranean Sea to the South. The municipality, with a rather rugged landscape, has beaches, cliffs and small coves comprising a unique enclave in the Spanish Mediterranean as it remains nearly unspoiled.
Seven of its 34 beaches received the 2016 blue flag award. Furthermore, six Mazarrón beaches received the ‘Q’ quality award, granted by the Tourist Quality Institute (ICTE).
La Manga del Mar Menor
La Manga del Mar Menor, important tourist town sitting on a coastal destination in the Region of Murcia, was urbanized in the second half of the 20th century.
La Manga belongs to the municipalities of Cartagena (South side) and San Javier (North side), which created a consortium to manage it.
Mar Menor Shores
Mar Menor borders to the North with the municipality of Orihuela (province of Alicante); with La Manga del Mar Menor to the East; the municipality of Murcia to the Northwest; the municipality of Torre to the Southwest; and Cabo de Palos (Cartagena) to the South.
From North to South, the beaches of Mar Menor belong to the municipalities of San Pedro del Pinatar (towns of Lo Pagán and Los Cuarteros), San Javier (Santiago de la Ribera), Los Alcázares and Cartagena (El Carmoli, Los Urrutias, Los Nietos, Islas Menores, Mar de Cristal, Playa Paraíso). To the South there are five islands of volcanic origin: 3 are the so-called islas mayores (large islands): Perdiguera, Mayor or Barón and Ciervo; and are 2 smaller islands: Redonda or Rondella and Sujeto.
Hotels in Inland Golf Courses
In the Region of Murcia golf can be played all year round. An ideal environment, with over 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 19ºC, where the best green shots can be enjoyed next to the sea.
The Region of Murcia has 18 top level courses in a 35-km radius, allowing professionals and amateurs to enjoy their favorite sport. A unique experience to enjoy average temperatures of 19º C just a shot away from the Med