The Beautiful Region of Costa Calida – located in the south east of Spain, inside the region is one of the largest lagoons in the world, the Mar Menor.
Costa Calida holds alot of history, fantastic food and culture – from the gorgeous strip separating the Mediterranean sea from the Mar Menor all the way to the guns used in World War 2 near Murcia.
The region of Costa Calida has become very popular amongst Europeans and other Internationals, easy access to the airport and being so close to the sea, it’s one of the most perfect destinations in Spain.
The Costa Calida Coastline is a goldmine for foodies, but also perfect for those snaps you just want to take to make those friends jealous at home!
The coastline is blessed with many kilometres of fine sandy beaches – many towns and villages are product of their promenades and stunning beaches. The town beaches are very well served by restaurants and bars, with incredible views to be enjoyed across the Mar Menor and Mediterranean.
Almost feels like you’re walking into a bath – the Mar Menor is shallow (which of course helps it heat up quickly) and the beaches slope gently into the water, making it ideal for families with young children or those who prefer not to be within reach of large waves.
The Lagoon, Mar Menor – is surrounded by the districts of San Javier, Santiago de la Ribera, Los Alcazares, La Manga and San Pedro del Pinatar.
The Region has some of the best summer months – with the temperature varying between 18-25C and between 30-35C Maximum. Costa Calida has a mild Mediterranean climate with around 315 days of sun per year!
The Average Temp is 18C.
The Abundance and varied seafoods from the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean sea, along with the farmed meat from the nearby mountains and game – it paints the picture.
But let’s not stop there, the incredibly fertile lands produce a vast array of fresh fruits and vegetables, which makes up the base ingredients for the majority of the cuisines – with rice always finding a way into many dishes, as it’s a staple.
A few typical dishes: “arroz marinero” seafood rice; “caldo Murciano” a local soup dish; “paella huertana” a vegetable paella; “arroz y costillejas” rice and ribs – with many more to choose from!
However, one dish – “huevas de mújol” a type of caviar, are highly prized, definitely worth the taste.
The region is also known for some fine wines from Yecla and Jumilla – known throughout Spain – rounded, earthy, full bodied and fruity flavours make it beautiful for those who enjoy a good glass of wine.
La Manga Club being one of the gems in the region, with the resort entertaining owners and guests throughout the year – with World Class Facilities available.
La Manga Club is one of the most well-known and sought after resorts in the world. It offers a huge range of sport and leisure activities spanned across it’s area of 1400 acres. From exclusive accommodation to fine dining and professional sport facilities it has something for everyone whether you’re looking for a serene summer getaway or a brand new home and lifestyle.
Life in La Manga Club Resort is centered around tranquility, privacy and elegance with on demand exclusive services. Whatever the reason for coming to La Manga Club, you’ll be welcomed as one of the family.
La Manga Club Property