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Travel/Tourism news & information for Murcia region/province

Murcia's new airport in Corvera to open in December
Travel/Tourism Fri, Mar 2, 2018

Murcia's new airport in Corvera to open in December

MURCIA'S new airport will be ready for commercial flights to operate from this December, although its actual launch date will depend upon when the various airlines running from it are ready to start. Chairman of...

Murcia tourist board targets over-50s in Dublin
Travel/Tourism Tue, Oct 13, 2015

Murcia tourist board targets over-50s in Dublin

MURCIA Region has been extolling its own virtues as a holiday destination for European retirees and 'empty-nesters' at the Active Over 50s' Show in Dublin. Head of the regional tourism institute Manuel...

Food poisoning strikes 60 cruise passengers on different boats
Travel/Tourism Tue, Jul 28, 2015

Food poisoning strikes 60 cruise passengers on different...

OVER 30 tourists on a mini-cruise in the Murcia area have come down with severe upset stomachs at the same time, leading trip organisers to suspect they had been infected by the food served on board. Emergency services...

Travel/Tourism Wed, Jan 9, 2008

Ryanair announces new Bournemouth-Spain services

Ryanair's commercial director for Spain and Portugal, María Isabel Rodríguez, announced at a press conference earlier today three new services connecting Bournemouth with Murcia, Málaga and Palma de Mallorca...

Murcia: more than suntans and saunas
Travel/Tourism Sun, Nov 25, 2007

Murcia: more than suntans and saunas

LA MANGA’S plush spa resorts, top restaurants and celebrity hang-outs have achieved international fame and Murcia is finally on the global tourist map, competing with more traditional chic Spanish destinations like...

Travel/Tourism Mon, Sep 3, 2007

Brits love Cartagena

Numbers of tourists visiting Cartagena this summer have rocketed, local authorities reveal. Nearly three-quarters of foreign holidaymakers in the area taking part on organised excursions are British. In July this year...

Discovering Cartagena
Travel/Tourism Mon, Sep 3, 2007

Discovering Cartagena

Sharing its name with the arguably more famous resort town on the Colombian coast, Cartagena is usually unjustly ignored by daytrippers and guidebooks. Yet, as a massive Naval base and one of the earliest settlements in...

Travel/Tourism Tue, Aug 7, 2007

Townspeople to miss fiesta due to roadworks

A popular fiesta has been called off due to unfinished roadworks in Algezares. The traditional parade of the Virgen de Fuensanta, the patron saint of Algezares, will pass through the neighbouring village of Patiño on...

All you need to know to avoid being fined on the beach
Travel/Tourism Mon, Jul 16, 2007

All you need to know to avoid being fined on the beach

Beaches have long ceased to be virgin spaces, but they are becoming more and more regulated. New beach regulation issued by Cartagena town council includes a whole raft of laws that it would be helpful to understand to...

Travel/Tourism Wed, Jul 4, 2007

Flying the flag for Murcia’s beaches

A total of 22 blue flags – two less than in 2006 – will fly on beaches in the Murcia region this summer. The leisure port in Águilas, plus 21 beaches in the Mar Menor and Mazarrón areas have received this...

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