Holidays in Murcia

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Murcia holiday information

Top holiday (Flight+Hotel) £118
Family holiday (Flight+Hotel) £145
Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel) £118
Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel) £131

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Murcia is nestled in south-eastern Spain overlooking the Segura River; a culturally rich and striking city, as well as popular holiday destination it has been nicknamed Europe’s Orchard. Murcia boasts a rich agricultural tradition as well as its narrow streets, quaint plazas, untouched beaches and stunning baroque architecture. With its architectural wonders, natural beauty, and warm hospitality, Murcia holidays take travellers to the heart of Spanish history and culture.

Planning Murcia holidays

Located in the Central European Time Zone (GMT + 1), Murcia enjoys a semi-arid Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot summers. Plan Murcia holidays during the warmer months of April to August, when many colourful festivals light up the city. Murcia is serviced by San Javier International Airport, which is the easiest way for those travelling from outside of Spain to arrive, however, the city is also easily accessible by train or bus connection from nearby cities. Once there, get around via tram, car, or by foot.

Discovering Murcia

With its scenic beauty and thriving history, Murcia holidays offer multiple options for leisure, sight-seeing and well-being. The Cathedral of Murcia is a must-see and the highlight of many Murcia holidays; this Castilian Gothic style cathedral blends Renaissance and Baroque aesthetic, impressing visitors with its grand bell tower and breathtaking interiors. Another popular attraction is the Moorish castle atop Monteagudo mountain, which provides a striking view of Murcia and features the famous Christ statue overlooking the city.

La Fuensanta Sanctuary also offers visitors unforgettable views of the valley, especially at sunset. Active holidaymakers can practice wall-climbing at the Paredes de Leiba, or drive to Sierra Espuña and hike through the lush pine forests. The famed Traperia and Plateria streets are renowned for their boutique shopping strips and local cuisine – the fresh local produce of Murcia never fails to delight visitors. For some seaside relaxation, head to the coast to explore the region’s unspoiled coves and beachside landscapes.

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