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Things to Do in Costa Dorada / Tarragona Costa Dorada / Taragona has a variety of entertainment for all ages. Listed below are just a few of those "Things To Do" Benifallet: Guided tours of the caves of Maravellas and Dos with their famous stalactites and stalagmites at Benifallet, Tarragona.
Things to Do Cartagena Murcia CityIf you are leaving Andalucia and drive in a northerly direction you will reach the city of Murcia. As Murcia comes into view on the horizon, the first thing you see are the pine tree clad slopes of the Cresta del Gallo and you begin to wonder how big this city is and what does it have to offer. Getting closer, the hill of Monteagudo comes into view along with the old buildings of the city which can be seen from the main road which draws you into the city centre.
Things to Do in Cartagena Cartagena offers many attractions for your holiday with most being inexpensive and some even free! We all like to visit a castle and imagine life as it was and the castle in Cartagena is worth a visit or take the open top bus around the town. The harbour trip is one not to miss as the tour is on a catamaran.
Cabo de Palos, La Manga, Costa Calida, Murcia, Spain Cabo de Palos at the start of the La Manga strip, is a typical Spanish fishing village with a number of fantastic fish restaurants, bars and cafes, take a stroll around the picturesque harbour, watch the fishermen come in with the catch of the day, then sample the delights in one of the excellent restaurants, the perfect spot to spend a relaxing summer evening.
Calblanque Nature Reserve, La Manga, Costa Calida, Murcia, SpainIf its rough and ready you are looking for then the untouched area Calblanque Nature Reserve is the place to head for with its sandy beaches, sandbanks, hills, salt flats and a back drop of rugged cliffs. All of these features are of great ecological value and not meant to be disturbed.

 

To reach this area head out of La Manga past Los Belones to the next signposted exit. This is a dirt road, so if it is wet be careful.

Things to Do in Costa de la Luz Watersports in Costa de la Luz are a joy due to the warm, crystal clear waters. Snorkeling and diving are very popular and surfing in the resort of Tarifa is a must for serious sports enthusiasts. The breeze from the Atlantic makes windsurfing an exciting sport for both beginners and more seasoned surfers and you can also take part in sailing excursions.
Things to Do on the Costa de AlmeriaThe largest protected coastal area in Spain is the Cabo de Gata Nijar National Park which covers 469 square kilometres including 120 square kilometres of marine reserve. This area of outstanding natural beauty is characterised by steep cliffs, coves and beaches and has remained untouched by modern development for retention of its environment..
Things to Do on the Costa de AlmeriaThe cave houses in Almeria - better known as “casas cuevas” - are situated in the city's famed cave quarter, Barrio de la Chanca.
Things to Do on the Costa de AlmeriaThe Alcazaba is a garden fortress built by Adb al-Rahman III in 955 on top of an even older fortress ruin. The Alcazaba is a Moorish palace made up of three different parts. The first part consists of the living quarters and baths which are now occupied by gardens
Things to Do on the Costa de AlmeriaFilm sets in Spain reached the highest point of their popularity in the sixties with the undisputed capital being Almeria. Some of the earlier films that used this area as a location were “Lawrence of Arabia”, “Cleopatra”, and “Doctor Zhivago”. The main draw of this area is the desert around Tabernas which is the only true desert in Europe and became a magnet for film producers.
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