ÁGUILAS – MAZARRÓN COASTLINE

TOURIST INFORMATION

BEACHES IN THE MUNICIPALITY

PHYSICAL AND HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

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 a 11-kilometer stretch of unspoiled coast comprising 14 white sand and pebble beaches and coves, all in excellent conditions.

This area includes part of the Regional Wildlife Park of Cabo Cope y Puntas de Calnegre and, within this, the protected natural park of Lomo de Bas, on the north side of the Park.

The municipality of Mazarrón is quite open to the Mediterranean Sea, which also touches the coast of the municipality of Lorca in its Western end.

This area has 8 beaches, where Covaticas (1,000 meters in length), one of extraordinary beauty, and Percheles (290 meters in length), gorgeous fine sand, palm trees and turquoise waters, stand out. All these beaches are far from major urban centers.

Blanca Cove

La Gruta Cove

Ciscal Cove

Honda Cove

Leña Cove

Cuartel del Ciscar Beach

Junquera Beach

Coy Beach

Baño de las Mujeres Beach

Puntas de Calnegre Beach

Calnegre Beach

S. Pedro Beach

El Siscal Beach

Pinilla y Garrobillo

Pinilla y Garrobillo

Pinilla y Garrobillo

Pinilla y Garrobillo

Pinilla y Garrotillo

Pinilla y Garrobillo

Pinilla y Garrotillo

Coy

Ramonete

Ramonete

Ramonete

Ramonete

Ramonete

 

Covaticas Beach

Cabezo de Pelea Beach

Las Chapas Beach

Las Minas Beach

Percheles Beach

Ballenato Beach

Palomarico Beach

Parazuelos Beach

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego

Ifre-Cañada del Gallego