We encourage you to discover the Region of Murcia during your stay.
Founded in 831 by Abd-Al-Rahman II, the city of Murcia is located in a privileged enclave, in the heart of the Segura River Valley. The Arab and Christian times have left deep traces in the city, and its remains are still appreciable in Murcia’s urban physiognomy, as can be seen in the Arab wall that surrounds the city or the most emblematic streets of the city, such as Platería and Trapería, as well as the Santa María Cathedral.
The city has a rich pictorial and sculptural heritage, appreciable in the various churches, mainly Baroque, such as La Merced, San Miguel, Santa Ana, Las Claras, Santo Domingo, Santa Eulalia or San Juan de Dios, with remarkable works by the Baroque sculptor Francisco Salzillo.
In our region you can live cultural experiences in castles, cave shelters, archaeological sites, museums, wineries and much more.
We recommend taking some of the guided tours of the region, which you can find on the www.murciaturistica.es and https://turismodemurcia.es/es/visitas-guiadas