Costa Calida

La Manga runs for approximately 25 km from Cabo de Palos to Punto del Mojón forming a natural lagoon with golden sandy beaches. Ideal to learn everything from kite surfing to scuba diving or paddle boarding.

La Manga Club which is a short ten minute drive from the main resort is set in 1,400 acres of manicured countryside, boasting three three championship golf courses, full size football pitches and tennis courts. The golf courses have hosted the Spanish Open and PGA championships.

Properties at La Manga Club tend to be luxury apartments ranging from studios to 3 beds and some larger villas with private pools.

Steeped in history, Cartagena seamlessly combines culture and beach life and festivals, nature and a host of activities that will keep the most demanding family happy.

The harbour in the centre is the 3rd deepest in the world and has strategic military importance for thousands of years.  Cartagena is a stunning port city with a beautiful marina and a relaxed feel as you stroll through the narrow baroque streets full of designer boutiques and gift stores.

Properties are a mix of apartments of various sizes – studios to three-bedroom apartments and villas with private pools and roof-top solariums.

Situated on 9 km of coastline on the Mar Menor, with town beaches and protected natural areas for migratory birds this area is perfect for lovers of cycling (level terrain) and gold enthusiasts with several championship courses in the area.

Both Alicants and Murcia airports are easily accessible. The area has many great quality cafes, bars and restaurants and the warm water salt lagoon is perfect for water sports of all kinds.

Properties in the area range from small apartments to townhouses and villas, the prices are affordable, close to the beach and the airport.

Located at the base of the La Manga strip Cabo de Palos is the most southerly village on the Mar Menor.  The marina and seafront promenade is dotted with chic bars and excellent seafood restaurants serving freshly caught fish.

It has golden sandy beaches, and at the southern point is the town’s famous lighthouse. There is a popular Sunday morning market and a new shopping centre with a large supermarket to stock up on provisions.

Properties range from small apartments to more spacious larger apartments and villas with pools.

Located at the northern end of the La Manga strip, San Pedro it has wild beaches with golden sand and the famous mud baths, where you can cover yourself in mineral rich therapeutic clay that is said to be beneficial for skin conditions and arthritis.

San Pedro has a large new marina and beyond the famous salt lakes, home to a sizeable population of flamingos. The town has a long palm tree-lined promenade and with a wide variety of bars and restaurants including late night music bars.

San Pedro has a variety of apartments and villas on offer, some offering pools and rooftop solariums, many in walking distance of the town centre and beaches.

The small town of Sucina is situated around 18 km inland from the beach resorts of Mar Menor. It boasts a lovely church square surrounded by bars and restaurants and is a more relaxed, less touristy location.

It is close to Murcia International airport and a short drive to many of the region’s outstanding golf courses. In recent years it has become popular with UK expats and to cater to this community several excellent British bars and restaurants have opened.

Sucina has everything from apartments to villas and studios to townhouses most are in and around the town centre or a short way out of town.

San Javier is around two kilometres inland with a busy pedestrianised shopping centre at its heart and a beautiful church square surrounded by bars and restaurants. The square is where the weekly market is held on Wednesdays.

There is a new out-of-town shopping and leisure complex with multi-screen cinema and the town hosts an annual jazz festival that attracts big name artists and fans from around the world.

San Javier has a wide range of detached and semi-detached villas and townhouses along with new build apartments close to the town centre

This is a beautiful coastal town and one of the largest on the Mar Menor. It is an easy 30 minute drive to Murcia International Airport and 50 minutes from Alicante.

Originally a small fishing village it has grown into an attractive beach resort with palm trees lining the promenade. The golden sandy beaches with lots of children’s play areas and beach bars for the adults. The town has lots of bars and restaurants and music bars and discos for the night owls.

As a popular resort, Santiago de la Ribera has a wide selection of properties on offer. Aesthetically pleasing apartments, detached villas with private pools and secluded  townhouses.

Sat at the northern end of Mar Menor, Lo Pagán has effectively merged with San Pedro del Pinatar. It is famous for its beautiful, long sandy beach, promenade and small marina as well as the therapeutic mud baths and is close to the start of the Salinas walking and cycling route.

The beachfront and promenade are lined with lively bars, relaxing cafes and great restaurants catering for all tastes, from seafood to traditional Spanish dishes.

Lo Pagán’s popularity because of its amazing beaches and mud spas, has ensured there are a plentiful supply of apartments, detached villas with private pools and semi-detached villas if you are interested in this lively beach resort.

Costa Calida is a mecca for golf enthusiasts and is blessed with the number and quality of its golf courses. The Nicklaus trail comprises six courses designed by Nicklaus Design and include La Torre, El Valle, Alhama and Mar Menor.

Mar Menor is a challenging course with three of the holes surrounded by a large lake. La Torre is a locals favourite as it is slightly easier and more forgiving. El Valle Golf Resort is sited in a beautiful natural desert valley and has spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. This is a course for the intelligent, strategic player rather than the power hitter.

Alhama, is for many, the most challenging of the courses on the Nicklaus Trail. A long spectacular course it is reputed to be one of the best courses in Spain.

La Manga Club is home to three 18-hole courses. The North Course is considered the most accessible for players of all levels. The South Course, remodelled in 2005 by Arnold Palmer requires a good standard of play, while the West Course, set in dense pine forests is demanding. Roda is a parkland course, well laid out and level. Their signature hole is the 7th with the green on an island, requiring exceptional accuracy not to end up in the water.