In the southeastern of Spain, in the region of Murcia is Los Alcazares located at Mar Menor inland saltwater lake. The name is in memory of the palace during the middle ages that was leaning against the edge of the sea. Today there are about 17,000 residents in the city that is constantly growing, but during the holiday season, the number of inhabitants goes over 100,000 people who come here to enjoy the sea.
With seven different beaches, an average annual temperature of 18 º C, a different seas and big hearts inhabitants lured many to visit Los Alcazares, a paradise for many. The water of the Mar Menor, with its chemical properties categorized as a drug. The high concentration of salts and iodine, devoid of waves, water depths are up to seven meters, and of course the exceptional temperature during both summer and winter, make the Mar Menor a unique therapeutic cure.
The seven beaches from north to south: Bossa Beach, Playa de los Narejos, Palm Beach, Playa del Mirror, Playa de Manzanares, Carrion Beach and Playa de la Concha connected by a magnificent promenade which makes it easy to be found. Mar Menor is considered in addition to being a large open-air spa also was a good place for training of all types of water sports that you can do throughout the year. Stroll the palm-lined promenade and enjoy the magnificent views of the Mar Menor, feel the gentle breeze.
Visit the marina, which has been refurbished and has been maintaining its original appearance. Walk towards Cartagena, find Torre del Rame, playing golf at La Serena Golf Course or take a day trip to cities such as Murcia and Cartagena and enjoy all the restaurants and bars located in the city. There are public transport with buses and it´s close to the airport which is located north of Los Alcazares at San Jaiver witch makes it easy to get by airplane.