One of those cities is Cartagena, a port town on the Costa Cálida. Cartagena was founded as Carthago in the 3rd century BC and was part of the Roman Empire, known as Carthago Nova. There are still Roman remains to be found in the city, which are best explored through an organized tour with an experienced city guide. In addition to the Roman monuments, there are also many modernist buildings that can be seen during a guided walk through the city. In the vicinity of Cartagena, there is also a lot of nature to be found, with several natural parks to visit.


In this town, notable churches from the 18th century can be found, such as the Iglesia Arciprestal de la Inmaculada Concepción (Archpriestal Church of the Immaculate Conception) or the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario (Church of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary). Furthermore, you can take a stroll along the Paseo del Dique de Levante, the Paso al Faro, or along its beaches and coves. Discover what you must see in Torrevieja. You should know that you cannot leave without seeing the famous Pink Lagoon.


The city of Murcia is the capital of the autonomous region of Murcia and also the provincial capital of the province of Murcia. This city has several attractions such as the Cathedral, the Town Hall, the Puente Viejo, the Plaza de Santo Domingo, and the old university. Despite being the main city of the region, Murcia is not located by the sea, and other places in the region are more frequently visited.

Los Alcazares

The coastline of Los Alcázares stretches for seven kilometers and boasts seven beaches. Many sports are practiced on the beach and in the water. Not only on the beach, but you can also relax at the Punta Calera wellness center.