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If it's a true slice of Spain you're after, then look no further than the city of Murcia. 

That's because both the city, and its region have somehow managed to remain untouched by large-scale tourism. Add to this some 250 kilometres of beautiful and unspoilt coastline, a year round average temperature of 17 degrees and more than 3,000 hours of sun a year and you have a perfect holiday destination. So what's the catch? Well there isn't one, unless of course you don't like the idea of travelling to a region full of mountains, rivers, orchards, traditional towns and stunning desert. And there isn't a better place to base yourself than in Murcia City, or the 'Baroque capital of Spain' as it is commonly called. 


July 2017
An exhibition is taking place at the Murcia Museum of Fine Art (MUBAM) in July, featuring urban art by 85 national and international artists. Arte Urbano: de la calle al museo presents the best of this art form. The exhibition is open until July 9, Calle Obispo Frutos. Admission is free.

July 2017
The pedestrian streets around the cathedral in the Old Town are full of bars, cafes, restaurants and life. It's a great place for a stroll and a spot of tapas or a meal.

April 2017
Around 40 minutes away on the coast is the port town of Torrevieja. With a number of blue flag beaches, top class fish restaurants and long promenades along the coast, this is good choice for an enjoyable day out.

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