Murcia is the beautiful city that is the capital of a region of the same name. Located near Torrevieja on the Segura river in the southeastern section of Spain, it is located near a plain that provides a perfect environment for vegetable growing, so much so that the city is known as the market garden [...]
The Autonomous Province of Murcia in Spain is easily found on the map because it touches borderlines with Alicante on the Costa Blanca passing through Torrevieja and you will know that you are in the region of Murcia because you will be surprised by the beautiful scenery of the salt swamps at San Pedro del [...]
The weather in Murcia is among the mildest in Spain. Summer daytime temperatures can easily reach 40 degrees Celsius. The weather is favourable for a vacation in all seasons, with winter temperatures rarely falling below 10 degrees Celsius.
Every year many people from Europe and other parts of the world travel to the beautiful region of Murcia in Spain for their vacations, and taking a holiday in this area has become far more affordable thanks to the ease of finding flights to Murcia at a price that won’t overstretch the budget.
Murica airport is an air base and civilian airport. The airport is not located in the city of Murica. It is located in San Javier, which is seventeen miles south of the city of Murica. The airport is operated by the Spanish airport authority. The runways are able to handle a variety of planes.
In commemoration of a former wartime event, when several dozen Yeclano soldiers returned home safe and sound. The townsmen, dressed in frock coats and two-cornered hats, accompany the Virgin up to the castle amid blasts of gunpowder. From 05/12/2012 to 08/12/2012.
This fiesta has been celebrated since the Middle Ages and is a mixture of culture, history and legend, where all the locals get involved. It has two main spectacles: the Wine Horses, and the Moors and Christians celebrations. The latter represent the battles that took place between the two sides way back in history. From [...]
The fiestas begin with the treading of the first grapes in Jumilla’s Plaza Mayor, which then gives way to a week of festivities and open-air parties, all related to the town’s main industrial activity; wine-tasting competition; wine cavalcade, offering of the first must, and parades of Moors and Christians. From 10/08/2012 to 19/08/2012
The Fiestas Del Santisimo Cristo del Rayo is a unique Moratalla festival which means Holy Christ of the Thunder Celebration. Cows and bulls are let loose in the streets while people gather together in the oldest street called Calle Mayor. From 11/07/2012 to 17/07/2012.
This celebration is part of the Spring Fiestas in Murcia, and will allow you to enjoy the typical customs and traditions of this fruit and vegetable growing region. Dates: Apr 10, 2012.
This little town in the north-west of the Region celebrates the Passion amid the incessant pounding of drums, which take to the streets on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. From 05/04/2012 to 08/04/2012