One thing about a Spanish holiday in La Manga is that there is never a shortage of things to do. Activities in La Manga run the gamut from the serene to those sizzling with excitement. It all depends on your mood each particular today. La Manga and Spain in general offer much to the traveler who seeks leisure in the sun and more on a Spanish holiday.
La Manga, in the Spanish region of Murcia, is a slice of land 28 kilometers long. It divides the Mediterranean from the sea area called Mar Menor.
While on a Spanish holiday in La Manga, you can check out Murcia and its bullfighting history. In Murcia you can catch exciting bullfighting spectacles. In fact, Murcia is the home of the Bullfighting Museum of Murcia. A trip to a bullfight in Murcia will bring you to the Murcia Bullring on Ronda de Garay. It’s a unique place, and many tourists visit at least once just to say they witnessed an exotic bullfighting experience.
Exploring activities in La Manga and the surrounding area would not be complete without investigating the culture preserved in galleries and museums. When enjoying a stay in La Manga, you can check out the Ceutimagina Science and Art Center. It is located in Ceuti, close to Murcia and the La Manga resort area. Ceutimagina Science and Art Center’s presentation of art has included the works of Goya and Salvador Dali. You may also want to visit the Ethnological Museum of the Huerta. This museum exhibits the popular traditions and arts of the region of Murcia. It is a place to learn more about the everyday way of life in this Spanish region.
Outdoor activities in La Manga can include peaceful and relaxing walks throughout the surrounding landscape. A great place to walk is the Calblanque Nature Reserve. This regional park is a protected environment. This walking area includes sandy beaches, hills, cliffs and salt flats. It boasts established walking trails. For those leisurely waterside walks, Calblanque has long beaches and offers visitors the opportunity to see various forms of wildlife. It even has an area designated for camping.
Close to the La Manga resort region is the Sierra de Espuna National Park in Murcia. It is an area suitable for rock climbing and horseback riding. The walking paths in this national park allow for traversing across ridges and give sweeping views of the entire countryside.
Other outdoor activities to partake of in La Manga are tennis, go-karting and golfing. Of course, there are the myriad water sports to enjoy, such as water skiing, wind surfing, jet skiing and scuba diving. At the end of the day, there’s also plain old refreshing swimming in your villa, apartment or luxury resort private pool.
Activities in La Manga also include the region’s varied festivals. Festivals in La Manga and the Murcian region continue year round. Pick a month and there is sure to be some type of festival to suit your interests. A well-known event is the Las Minas Flamenco Song Festival. Another is the International Festival de Mediterranean Folklore, which takes place over three days every September. Another wonderful festival is the International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance.
A Spanish holiday in La Manga offers a traveler access to all that goes on in the Murcia region. Of course, there’s always the beach, along with siestas. However, with all that, there’s always time for a museum or art gallery in the region and any one of a number of the areas festivals. There are sports activities galore too. It’s your call as you venture out from your apartment, villa or luxury resort accommodation to try some of the activities in La Manga and its environs.
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