Puerto de Mazarron
Mazarrón is located in the Murcia region of Spain on the Costa Calida (warm coast) which stretches from the largest lagoon in Europe (the Mar Menor) around the La Manga Strip and along the Mediterranean coast to Aguilas.
The Bay of Mazarrón is sheltered by the foothills of the Sierra de la Almenara. Over 35 km of beaches, unspoiled coves and rocky sea beds make this the ideal place for relaxing in the sun, enjoying nautical sports and scuba-diving.
There are several local golf courses open to local holidaymakers, for example the Sensol golf course at Camposol and the Jack Nicklaus designed signature golf course at Condado del Alhama. The port has a range of restaurants, many offering good value 3 course menu del dia at lunchtimes.
Details of all the town and region has to offer are can be found on the following websites.
Cabo Tiñoso -Cabo Tiñoso was chosen in the mid 1920s as a key place for the Spanish forces to build forts and defences for the port of Cartagena. It comprises four forts, the most dramatic is the Bateria de Castillitos which is home to two enormous guns whose barrels still point out to sea.
They were among the biggest ever made by British company, Vickers. With a calibre of 38.1cm (15inch), a barrel of 17.7 meters (59 feet), they could fire a 900kg projectile to an incredible range of 35 miles. Those not interested in military history will be rewarded with stunning views of the coastline.
Sierra Espuna national park - the park's 25000 hectares offer a network of established walking routes, picnic areas, hostelries and a visitor centre. A pine clad haven of cool in the summer, they are a glorious place to enjoy a walk or a bike ride at any time of the year. Cabo Tinoso
The town is well served by the Spanish motorway network. Within 40 minutes drive is the Roman city of Cartagena, whilst Murcia is just under an hour away and Granada a three hour drive.
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