Hotels in La Manga del Mar Menor
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La Manga del Mar Menor 408 yd from city centre
This complex is situated close to Tomás Maestre marina, about 400 m from the bridge and 200 m from Mar Menor, perfect for...
Bertur Puerto Playa
La Manga del Mar Menor 1.5 mi from city centre
The complex is adjacent to the marina, in front of the Mar Menor and about 150 m from Mediterranean Sea. In about Km 12,...
Apartamentos Turisticos Playa Principe
La Manga del Mar Menor 4.7 mi from city centre
The hotel is located a few meters from the beach on the coast of Mar Menor, the Mediterranean Sea, 11 km from...
Apartamentos Olympia Garden
La Manga del Mar Menor 533 yd from city centre
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Limited parking...
Apartamentos Las Góndolas
La Manga del Mar Menor 7.3 mi from city centre
It is at the end of la Manga, in the area of Veneziola but, around there is all the necessary, supermarkets, bars, pharmacies...
Apartamentos Olympia Center
La Manga del Mar Menor 545 yd from city centre
Take in the views from a terrace. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Make yourself comfortable in your air-conditioned...
Apartamentos Hawai IV-V
La Manga del Mar Menor 2.8 mi from city centre
Location: residential area on the beachfront in the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean. 100 m from the supermarket.
Book your cheap hotel in La Manga del Mar Menor
In the south-east region of Spain on the Costa Calida, La Manga is a narrow stretch of land that divides the waters of Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Sea. This natural barrier boasts over 20km of sandy beaches. The area became popular in the 1960s and has developed into an attractive tourist resort.
When it comes to accommodation in La Manga, the choice of budget hotels is wide. As the land is only 200 metres wide in places, no hotel is very far from the beach.
Neighbourhoods of La Manga del Mar Menor
La Manga has a number of distinct areas:
- La Manga Club: A leisure and sports resort with 28 tennis courts, football pitches, mini golf and a state-of-the-art gym that are all open to non-residents.
- The Harbour: This marina is full of boats and there is a wide choice restaurants in the area. It's the place to hire boats, rent water-sports equipment and book day trips.
- Calblanque Nature Reserve: An area of natural beauty with sand dunes and wildlife.
- Beaches: The beaches are dotted all along this narrow strip of land. Some face the calmer Mar Menor and others overlook the Mediterranean. Stretching for 3 kilometres, Matasgordas Beach is the longest beach of La Manga and El Arenal is the most popular.
What to see and do in La Manga
La Manga is best known for its sporting activities. People from around the globe visit to play tennis, sail, cycle and go to the gym. Spa days are also popular. Water-sports are available from the beach and the harbour. There is also the Ceutimagina Science and Art Centre nearby where pieces of work from Goya and Dali have been displayed. Music, dinosaurs and legends exhibits can also be seen here.
What to eat in La Manga
As it is popular with international visitors, it's possible to get every kind of food in La Manga. Tapas and fresh seafood can be found at many restaurants, but you can also find sushi, Indian cuisine, Italian dishes and Asian food.
Typical events and festivals in La Manga
The Procession of Christ and the Fishermen of Cabo de Palos takes place on Easter Thursday. Marking the beginning of the Easter activities, local fishermen dress in traditional clothing. On July 16th, the patron saint of fishermen is celebrated. The Virgin del Carmen is transported by boat surrounded by other vessels.
How to move around in La Manga
There is a bus service that runs from Cartagena to La Manga, and a local service stopping at the harbour and beaches in summer every 30 minutes.
The climate in La Manga
This area has a Mediterranean climate that enjoys protection from the north winds. The temperature settles at around 26 degrees in July and August and March sees the most rainfall.
More interesting facts about and sights in Cambrils
La Manga, literally translated, means “sleeve’. This describes the slim shape of the land. The salty water of Mar Menor is believed to help sufferers of arthritis.