holiday accommodation

La Manga Strip Holiday Apartments

With the cold weather upon us, our thoughts turn to warmer climates!

The region of Murcia has the typical Mediterranean subtropical climate, with an average annual temperature of 18ºC, with hot summers registering temperatures of 35ºC and mild winters, an average temperature of 11ºC in the winter months of December and January.

When looking for a La Manga Holiday Apartment To Rent you want to be sure that your Apartment or villa rental in La Manga to rent is in a good location, easy walking to the beaches of the mar menor and Mediterranean with local shops and plenty of good places to eat and drink within a short walking distance away are a variety of Good Restaurants, ranging from Traditional Spanish restaurants to fine Cuisine, and of course the many Bars on the La Manga Strip

Find Private owners holiday apartments to rent offering self catering accommodation for your holidays in the best locations around the La Manga Strip in Mar Menor Spain

Travelers wanting to book a self catering holiday of these types of properties are highly recommended to book in advance. A deposit of £100.00 is usually required to book and an airport transfer can also arranged for you arrival in co – ordination with the holiday home owner or caretaker of the property

A La Manga Holiday can be as relaxing or energetic as you want , Sunbath, Relax and Swim in the warm Mediterranean sea or Mar Menor sea, or if you’re feeling energetic there are some fantastic opportunities to take part in some of the exciting water sport facilities that are on offer, Jet Ski, Scuba Diving, Water Ski, Wind Surfing, etc…

If you wish for more excitement on your holiday there are Off-Road Trips to Calblanque, a gorgeous natural paradise near the Mar Menor, is one of the few stretches of Mediterranean coastline to have survived unspoilt – and virtually undiscovered. Thirteen kilometres of quiet coves, sandy beaches and rare fossilized dunes are set against a backdrop of pine forest and craggy hills, criss-crossed with excellent walking trails that offer beautiful panoramas at every turn. Salt lagoons attract a wealth of bird life, while the cliffs and hills are home to several unusual species of flora and fauna. .

Or why not play golf at the La Manga Championship Courses, Go-Karting, Mountain Bike Hire, Aqua Natura water park Murcia (A must for the Kids!!) The water park, known as Zanzibar, covers a total area of 30,000 m2 and aims to recreate the Indian Ocean archipelago of the same name. It offers a really refreshing oasis of relaxation just a short distance from the centre of Murcia.

Cartagena is a historical port city on the south eastern tip of the Murcia region in Spain. One of the oldest cities in the world, Cartagena has been populated since the Phoenician conquest approximately 227 BC.

Due to its prime during the Roman Empire, plenty of ancient historical sites were discovered and after many years, these sites have been regenerated with modern touches. One of the most important spots is the archaeological site of the remains of the Punic wall of Cartagena; a defensive wall built to defend the city during the Second Punic War.

Another ancient site to stopover is the infamous Roman Theater that was revealed not too long ago. Discovered by chance in the late 80’s, this theater was buried beneath the city and excavated throughout the years. Only recently the theater has been open to the public for viewing.

Another great sightseeing trip is Bateria de Cenizas located near Portman, On high hilltops either side of the city are pairs of very impressive British built Vickers and Armstrong 38.1 cm guns (in the style of the ‘Guns of Navarone’) which were used to protect the approaches to Cartagena in more recent times