The province of Murica includes coastal areas and inland regions. It is also home to the Segura, a fertile farm products area. Many visitors’ agendas include the city of Cartagena and the inland sea, La Manga del Mar Menor. Some go to Murcia, a university town. They admire the Baroque façade of the Cathedral and its Gothic interior. Many also opt to visit Puerto de Mazarron, on the coast. If you decide to head for the coastal area, plan to spend a weekend in Puerto de Mazarron. It will be busy, so check with Vayama.com for hotel availability well in advance.
In Puerto de Mazarron, tourism tends to focus on the beach. Mazarron Bay, the Sierras Moreras and other mountains create a desirable environment for beach activities. Puerto de Mazarron attractions are part of the Costa Calida. Other Puerto de Mazarron sights, however, focus on the architecture. You can visit the modernist Town Hall or see the Church of San Andres with its Mudejar ceiling in symbiotic Mazarron. If you are still looking for things to do in Puerto de Mazarron try walking along the promenade – the Paseo Maritimo. This is also a good place to do your shopping in Puerto de Mazarron. Try to come during the Fiesta of San Jose. This will give you a taste of Puerto de Mazarron culture.