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Murcia - Costa Calida Golf Rentals: Villas, Holiday Homes & Apartments

£800 – £1,300 week
Self Catering
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Sleeps 7
Murcia - Costa Calida > Cartagena & Mar Menor > Hacienda del Alamo
Guest House
3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Sleeps 6
Murcia - Costa Calida > Cartagena & Mar Menor > Playa Honda
€250 – €570 week
Self Catering
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
Sleeps 6
Murcia - Costa Calida > Polaris World Resorts > La Torre Golf Resort
Self Catering
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
€650 – €1,500 week
€150 – €250 night
Self Catering
6 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Murcia - Costa Calida > Cartagena & Mar Menor > La Manga Strip
£200 – £300 week
Self Catering
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
Sleeps 6
Located in the southeast corner of Spain on the Mediterranean coast, Murcia sits between the regions of Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha and Valencia, occupying an area of 11,317 km2. With equal parts of its territory shared between solitary mountain ranges, running valleys and vast flat lands, Murcia makes for a unique holiday destination – and these dramatically varied landscapes will often come together to reveal the most breathtaking of views.

Golf in Murcia, Spain

With its year-round climate and world-class golf courses that cater to all levels and handicaps, it is no wonder that Murcia is one of Europe’s most popular golfing destinations. Synonymous with golf for some time now Murcia boasts both quality and quantity – no less than 50 golf courses are compacted into one area, meaning a new challenge and a change of scenery is never too far away. As well as the popular Polaris World Resorts, which host some spectacular courses, there are so many courses to be enjoyed – whether you choose La Manga’s multi award-winning resort, the rich history of La Serena or Mosa Trajectum’s innovative, 100% ecological, golf course, you are sure to be impressed.

Things to do in Murcia, Spain

For those with an interest in the cultural heritage of their destination, Murcia’s eventful history has left behind an ample network of monuments, museums and exhibitions – and no visitor should miss the artistic stylings of the Catedral de Santa Maria, the only cathedral in use in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cartagena in Spain. Murcia also has 200km of beaches on both the Mediterranean and Menor seas, ranging from those in relatively virgin territory, such as those between Mazarron and Aguilas, to busy beaches like that of the La Manga Strip.

Weather in Murcia, Spain

Murcia has approximately 150 days in the year where the sky is totally clear. The region enjoys a semi-arid, Mediterranean, climate with mild winters and warm summers (where the daily maximum regularly exceeds 40ºC) – the average temperature is 18°C. Average temperatures in winter are around 11°C, making Murcia an ideal winter golf break destination.

Flights to Murcia, Spain

There are three major airports all within 150km of Murcia. Cheap flights land daily in San Javier Airport (MJV), Alicante Airport (ALC), and Almeria Airport (LEI) – leaving from 26 UK airports.