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If you want a great vacation in Spain then you should surely travel to Murcia. This is an old city that was found in the year 831 AD and also has a rich Islamic heritage. The summers are hot and the temperature can get up to 40 degrees. The winters are pleasant and mild making visiting Murcia a must all year round.

When you are traveling to Murcia and want a good place to stay on your visit then turn to the Internet to research your options. There are many good hotels in Murcia, some more expensive than others and you can look at reviews online to decide which is the best for you. Don’t forget to consider traveling to lovely Torrevieja and booking a hotel there for a night or two during your travels.

If you are thinking of spending a while in the area than you should consider renting an apartment or villa. There are loads of available apartments if you book with enough time in advance. The advantages of an apartment are manifold and you can save money too. Cooking is a must if you plan on traveling with kids and it is easy to find an apartment either online or through an agent.

In the summertime there are tons of things to do for anyone. If you want a relaxing beach vacation than this is certainly the place for you, you can also visit the Mar Menor Lagoon which is seperated from the sea through a small piece of land. This is a great place to enjoy the water and bring the kids.

If you want to take in some culture and history then you should check out Murcia’s old churches. There is a beautiful cathedral that was built between the 14th and 18th centures and shows remnants of many types of architecture from Baroque to Renaissance. You are sure to get your fill of beauty and culture when you visit Murcia.

Visit the 18th century Sanctuary of Fuensanta while you are in Murcia. This sanctuary is devoted to the patron saint of Murcia and during Easter you can witness an amazing procession of the statue around time. This also happens again during the summer festival.

You can see the Museo de Tradiciones y Artes Populars if you want to get a dose of the city’s rich folk life. This museum houses a wide selection of agricultural and domestic pieces for your viewing pleasure. There are even pieces that are over 300 years old.

All year round Murcia is a hotbed of festivals. You can witness great festivals in the summertime or come for the popular Easter procession. You’ll see a rich parade where the patron saint is carried throughout the town. If you prefer to be there in warmer weather then check out the festivals during summertime.

If you are interested in a culinary treat than Murcia is the place for you. Check out the local markets that are rich in fresh produce if you want to cook for yourself. You can also enjoy the best restaurants to try out lovely local cuisine. Enjoy yourself on holiday in Murcia, Spain!

Johnathan Bakers’ informative papers can be discovered on plenty of web publications linked to Spain. You can find his writings on Torrevieja and Murcia over at and many different sources for Spain information.

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