Sports Tourism Golf Hacienda del Álamo
Perfect place to practice sport and enjoy
The binomial tourism and sport is demonstrating its potential and is called to be a successful product. Therefore, Murcia has bet heavily on sport as a key tourism product, since the region offers the practice of a wide range of water sports, diving, horse riding and speed, along with other more traditional such as golf or golf. football
GOLF THE 365 DAYS OF THE YEAR
In the Region of Murcia you can play golf 365 days a year. Enjoy your favorite sport on the Costa Cálida. An ideal environment with more than 300 sunny days per year and an average temperature of 19ºC, where you can exercise the best shots of greens with the most intense green by the sea.
In addition, Costa Cálida has the longest golf course in southeastern Spain, Hacienda del Álamo Golf Resort. Considered one of the best golf courses in Spain.
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MOTORCYCLE (CARTAGENA SPEED CIRCUIT)
The Speed Circuit of Cartagena is a road course that is located on the road to La Aljorra, near Cartagena, Spain. It is the circuit that more hours of training and competition hosts all of Spain, due to its strategic location and the bonanza of the climate of the area.
The Cartagena Speed Circuit is a racetrack that is located on the road to La Aljorra, near Cartagena. This Circuit stands out for its facilities and among its attractions for riders and fans of motorcycling and motor racing are its safety, the good weather that ensures them to develop their sport in good sports conditions and the offer of leisure and accommodation within a radius of 20 kilometers .
It is the circuit of Spain that more days is rented and more hours of training and competition hosts all of Spain, due to its strategic location and the bonanza of the climate of the area. The months of July and August are used for improvements and the integral maintenance of the facilities. Likewise, the facilities usually house stays of competition teams to carry out their preparation, as well as presentations of brands linked to the motor world.
KAYAK ALL YEAR
Kayaking in Murcia: Murcia is the great unknown in relation to kayaking. Why should not it be the best destination for kayaking, if it is already the best Spanish destination for diving? In our opinion it is the best destination for kayaking for the following reasons:
– The Costa de Murcia, Costa Cálida, usually has a climate that allows you to go kayaking almost all year round.
– Murcia has stunning beaches, dunes, caves, cliffs, islands for all levels of kayaking.
– Nowhere else in the peninsula is there so much native flora and fauna and so much diversity
ROUTES THAT ENAMORANTS: HIKING
Hikers have infinite possibilities in the Region of Murcia. It is possible to walk for hours along the old roads of miners and fishermen along the coast, between Cabo de Palos and Portman, Cartagena and the Bay of Mazarrón or in the Natural Park of Calnegre and Cabo Cope, with the always pleasant vision of an infinite and blue sea by our side.
COSTA CÁLIDA: BETTER COST FOR DIVING?
The richness of its marine bottoms, as much by the variety of its fauna and the beauty of its flora, as by the numerous historical wrecks that they harbor, converts to the zone of Cabo de Palos and Hormigas Islands (Marine Reserve) and Isla Grosa, Cartagena – The Azohía and Cabo Tiñoso (Marine Reserve), Mazarrón and Águilas, in exceptional places to dive all year round. In any of these destinations you can perform from shallow and simple dives, to more technical routes and only recommended for the most expert divers. It has 2 protected marine reserves.
KILOMETERS OF BEACHES TO MAKE SURF
Murcia, with warm waters and open beaches with calm waves, is a great place to start practicing surfing. Águilas, with the beaches of El Piojo, La Carolina or La Casica Verde; La Manga, with the beach of Galúa or Calblanque; and Mazarrón, with La Mojonera or Bahía-Playa Grande; are some of the surf spots
The region of Murcia surprises when it comes to wind sports, and more specifically if we refer to the Mar Menor, a saltwater lagoon that stands out as the largest Spanish lagoon, not exceeding 7 meters deep and 135 km2 of surface and sheltered from maritime storms, what turns this lagoon into a special place is the strip of sand of 22 kilometers that separates it from the Mediterranean Sea, called, La Manga.