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Pilar de la Horadada – the town with 6 beaches with Blue Flag

Pilar de la Horadada (population of 23.000) is a pleasant place in the southeast of Spain to spend a holiday,...

Visit the salt works, Torrevieja

Discover the salt produced in the Natural Park of the Lagoons of La Mata and Torrevieja on this singular scene:...

Walking in the dry river of the Rio Seco, Pinar de Campoverde

What is Rio Seco? The 19 kilometres-long Rio Seco (dry stream/river) is a hydrological catchment area, which flows/runs from the...

Spain’s Pink-Water Lake, Las Salinas de Torrevieja

Imagine submerging your body into a pink-water lake and being surrounded by pink flamingos? An improbable scene? Not at Las...

Rio Safari Elche

Rio Safari Elche – zoo among palm trees

Located right by the Santa Pola – Elche road, less than 10 minutes by car from either of these two...

Terra Natura a Aqua Natura, Murcia

If fun and excitement is what you’re after, come spend a day at Terra Natura Murcia and Aqua Natura, your...

Elche – the city of palms

The city of Elche, or “Elx” in the local lingo, has a population of around 240,000 people, and lies about...

The lagoon Mar Menor – Spanish Dead Sea

Covering an area of 170 km, the Mar Menor in the Region of Murcia in Spain, is the largest salt...

Treat yourself to a mud bath, San Pedro del Pinatar

The biggest outdoor mud therapy sight in Europe can be found in San Pedro del Pinatar. To come here and...

Calblanque Regional Park – the untouched area along the costline

The Calblanque Regional Park is a coastal destination in the Region of Murcia, which has been a Protected Natural Area...