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Alicante: Less than an hour from Murcia by car is the cosmopolitan city of Alicante. Famous for golden, sandy beaches as well as vibrant nightlife, this Spanish seaside city has something for everyone. Relax on the beach or visit the number of historic and cultural attractions: such as the Concatedral de San Nicolas and St Ferdinand Castle.
Calblanque Regional Park: Do you love secluded, unspoilt beaches? Then the Calblanque Regional Park is for you. Far from the crowded shores, this protected park boasts a number of quiet, sandy beaches, salt flats and arid hills criss-crossed with dusty trails. This is one of the last untouched areas on the Mediterranean coast. However, be careful of the undercurrents if you’re going for a swim. Don’t forget to pack a picnic!
Abanilla: Only a 30-minute drive from Murcia is Abanilla, a town built into the mountain of El Zulum. This fine, historic settlement is one of the best wine towns in the region, and Abanilla is also famous for producing high-quality olive oil. Enjoy traditional paella on a sun-drenched terrace at one of the many cafés.