Where Are We
The Region of Murcia, located in the southeast of Spain, borders Andalusia, Castilla-La Mancha and the Valencian Community. It has more than 250 km of coastline bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, has the Mar Menor and its 180 square kilometers of surface, being the largest saltwater lagoon in Europe, in a privileged and unique environment.
Due to its location, it has a wide variety of landscape in which the North African contrasts with the European, with arid basins and desert areas (badlands), dense forests in the inland mountains, mountainous elevations of up to 2,000 meters and fertile plains of the Segura River and its tributaries.
On the coast there are wetlands, dunes, beaches, rocky coves and salt marshes, as well as a wide network of protected natural areas that show the variety and contrasts of its natural heritage.