Costa Calida Guide
Camposol is situated on the Costa Calida coast just south of the Costa Blanca. It is technically not a town but a large urbanisation or development centered around Camposol’s 18 hole golf course and is mainly built of villas. The amenities are over two sectors, the first phase where there is a medical centre, shops, bars and restaurants. The second phase just over the bridge also have there own amenities from large supermarket, banks, shops, bars, shops, restaurants, post office and petrol station, plus much more. A mixture of full time residents and holiday homes. A community spirit second to non. Many pluses to this area which is still developing over the years with many groups and societies around all working together. There is a mixture of various European nationalities living and working on Camposol.
Mazarron, 7 Km inland is a bustling little town. Food is good in Mazarrón, particularly fresh fish, and many of the bars and restaurants offer a huge variety of tapas. Motorways links have opened up the coastal area of Puerto De Mazarrón to pioneer investors who wish to buy in an area that boasts some of the finest beaches in Spain.
The whole surrounding area is carved out of the rugged landscape forming individual sandy coves and beachheads of outstanding beauty. Bolnuevo is a small residential complex in the municipality of Mazarron, on the Costa Calida in the Murcia Province of Spain. Situated in the bay of Mazarron, around 6 kilometres from the town itself, it was originally a peaceful, sheltered fishing bay, and has retained much of the peaceful and traditional charm of old.
The coast of Cartagena is very varied and along its entire length has different landscapes ranging from high cliffs with hidden coves to large bays to delight any bather, from those in search of comfort and the entire range of services to travelers looking for untouched countryside. To the east of Cartagena, there are different landscapes which include the Regional Park of Calblanque, a privileged area of the coast of Murcia. It has a wealth of species of fauna and flora, with geographical formations as varied as coves, large beaches, fossil dunes, salt flats and mountain slopes, with various routes for visiting the park. Further on are the protected coves of Cala Flores and Cala Reona, near to Cabo de Palos. This area, which also includes the surroundings of Islas Hormigas and Isla Grosa, is especially interesting for divers due to the fauna and flora that live on the rocky sea bottom. In the Mar Menor area, Playa Honda, Mar de Cristal and Islas Menores are villages of summer and seafaring tradition and are popular with the faithful tourist who returns year after year in search of its peaceful environment. This also happens in Los Nietos, a small fishing village which fills to the brim in summer. Further to the north, in Los Urrutias, is the Regatta Club of the Mar Menor. In the village of Los Belones, very near to La Manga, there is an important Golf complex with 54 holes; it also has tennis courts, areas for learning to play golf and a gymnasium. A complete sports offer in beautiful natural surroundings. There are also two horse riding centres in the same area for those who prefer a relaxing trek on horseback. The coast of Cartagena is completed with La Manga, a wide section of land surrounded by two seas, with long fine sandy beaches and equipped with all the tourist infrastructures you could need for an excellent holiday.
The descriptive name of La Manga (the sleeve). Nowadays, everything in La Manga has been designed to enhance the visitor's stay. Complete hotel installations, with a network of establishments with maximum qualification (including a five-star hotel), located at strategic points, apartment complexes, sailing ports, sailing schools, recreational centres, supermarkets, shops, bars, discos... everything you need for a complete holiday. In winter and autumn, La Manga is kept open, since its population is constant all year round. Winter is an ideal period for those in search of peace and quiet, with the necessary services and infrastructures. Due to being located between two seas, La Manga is also an ideal place for water sports. There are sailing and skiing schools that run periodical courses, as well as windsurfing and catamarans. The Mediterranean can be enjoyed by those who prefer high waves for windsurfing and the entire coast also offers a series of areas that are ideally suited and perfectly isolated for diving, such as Cabo de Palos and the rocky depths next to Isla Grosa.
Large pond, Small sea, throughout history, the so-called Mar Menor has had different names, all of which coincide in the description of a phenomenon that nature designed as a great coastal lake (originally, an open bay) of 170 km2 of warm saltwater.
Of the town's monuments, the Town Hall monument to the railway, proof of the importance this means of transport once had for the population.