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Quick seach for Spanish Hotels and Information on Murcia Province

A2Z Spain Is please to offer the following search results for the Province of Murcia while we compile our complete database.

With a population of over 500,000 Murcia sits in a plain known as Huerta or market garden. It is the capital of the autonomous region of Murcia and is found on the southeast coast of Spain.  It is surrounded by mountains and lies along the Segura River.   It is a region steeped in history and maintains Moorish influences, both in the architect and the traditions.

Murcia is one of the hottest regions in Spain and is a major agricultural producer particularly lemons, oranges and olives. The Egyptians created a complex irrigation system which forms the basis of the scheme used today.   People are also increasingly taking an interest in the production of wine and many Bodegas can be found cropping up throughout the region.   In recent times it has developed another thriving industry, tourism, both seasonal and residential.

Amongst the highlights of Murcia city is the Gothic cathedral of the Diocese of Cartegena- Murcia . Due to its lengthy construction spanning 4 centuries, the tower is a mixture of Renaissance and Baroque styles.  The Casino, a building of great importance to the residents, can be found in the area of Trapería. It was erected as a social club in 1847 and has a magnificent palatial interior which includes a Moorish styled patio based on the Alhambra.  For some delicious cakes go to the Santa Ana convent church.  They are freshly baked by the nuns and served through a revolving hatch.   

There are numerous excellent restaurants and bars throughout the city. Around the university is a particularly popular spot for nightlife.  The area encircling La Glorita is considered to be the traditional centre of the town.  There is a huge variety of shops from large department stores to little craft shops which display impressive examples of local weaving and embroidery.  

As it is a coastal location there are many resorts such as the famous Mar Menor, Mazarrón and Cabo de Palo. Water sports such as sailing, windsurfing, diving and water-skiing are well established activities.  Rural tourism is of equal importance to Murcia making this one of the most prevalent regions in Spain.

Other notable towns are Cartagena, an important port and naval base, Alhama, Lorca and Mula.

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