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Costa Cálida

Less famous than its counterparts, but no less sublime, the Costa Cálida is the tourist name for the Mediterranean coast of the Region of Murcia in Spain.

It stretches for 250 km from El Mojón, in the north, near the province of Alicante, to near Águilas, in the south, at the gates of Andalusia.

This region has a microclimate characterised by a high average annual temperature and a relative degree of dryness, with relatively low rainfall.

The Costa Cálida has a remarkable coastline, with numerous protected areas, natural parks (Calblanque, the saltworks of San Pedro del Pinaltar, etc...) and marine reserves (Cabo de Palos, etc...), and the hinterland is not left out with its typical villages and its breathtaking wild and varied landscapes.

A pronounced local culture with many culinary specialities and traditional festivals also mark its identity.

The northern end of this coastline includes the Mar Menor, a saltwater coastal lagoon which, at 170 km², is the largest in Europe. The Mar Menor is separated from the Mediterranean by a 22 km strip of sand called La Manga del Mar Menor, where one of the pillars of the region's tourist development has been built.

Moreover, with Cartagena and its history of several millennia, the Costa Cálida has a unique historical richness which is manifested by numerous monuments and archaeological sites.

Unlike the Costa Brava or the Costa Blanca, the Costa Cálida has chosen to preserve its coastline from massive construction and mass tourism, , which has enabled it to remain one of the wildest regions on the Spanish Mediterranean coast and to retain a more authentic and therefore more affordable character.

The Costa Cálida has all the necessary tourist infrastructures, such as the Murcia-Corvera airport, which connects with numerous cities in northern Europe, several railway stations (with the recent arrival of the AVE high-speed line linking with Madrid) and a highly developed network of highways.

On the leisure side, while its coasts are conducive to nautical activities of all kinds (kite-surfing, paddel, scuba diving, etc…), in the interior lands, you can indulge in all types of hikes (on foot, horseback, mountain biking, etc…), practice climbing, rafting or discover the photographic or historical-archaeological routes, not to mention the numerous golf courses.

The Costa Cálida is therefore an ideal region for making a real estate investment in a market offering great development prospects in a still natural and authentic environment, for spending holidays there, acquiring a second home or enjoying retirement.

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