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Hotels in Los Alcazares
As a popular summer destination, Los Alcázares boasts a variety of fantastic places to stay. From large and luxurious resort complexes to cosy and quiet bed and breakfasts, finding a hotel in Los Alcázares will be easy – it's deciding what to do that's difficult! Located on the sheltered coast of the Mar Menor lagoon in southeast Spain, Los Alcázares is a former fishing village famous for its breathtaking sea views and charming local culture.
Spend your time getting to know the town's extensive historic tradition at The Roman Theatre Museum, loose yourself on a walk in the Valley de Ricote or choose between the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean to while away the hours on a picturesque beach.
Looking out onto two seas, visitors to Los Alcázares are spoilt for choice for places to lap up Spain's summer sun. Los Alcázares sits on part of the 70km of coastline that runs along the Mar Menor, offering warm and shallow crystal-clear waters. Simply head across the lagoon from Los Alcázares to discover the famous resort of La Manga del Mar Menor and enjoy unending views of the Mediterranean, spectacular cliffs and deserted coves.
Most of the beaches in Los Alcázares have received the Spanish Tourist Board's ‘Blue Flag Status' for their safety-consciousness and cleanliness.
History and culture
Los Alcázares is blessed with a long historic tradition dating back to the Roman era, so the town is full of interesting heritage sites to visit.
The Roman Theatre Museum located in the nearby town of Cartagena is a spectacular architectural complex showing the remains of a roman theatre dating as far back as 1BC. The impressive museum provides full information and guides for visitors looking to finding out more.
Murcia's Salzillo Museum is a modern space exhibiting the instantly recognizable Baroque collection of the 16th-century Murcian sculptor, Iglesia de Jesús. The museum also holds his 556 piece nativity scene and original sketches.
Los Alcázares offers the very best of Mediterranean cuisine combined with interesting Arabic influences. The region is famous for its range of quality goat and cottage cheeses, its wine from the Ricote Valley and its excellent preserves and honey.
Of particular note is the delicious caldero, usually comprised of fresh monkfish, rice, peppers and garlic baked in the region's traditional iron pot. Other local delicacies not to be missed include: pastel del Cierva, an egg and meat pie; moraga de sardinas, grilled pilchards; olla gitana, a tasty vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION stew; and freshly caught Mar menor prawns.
Sports and activities
Walking is one of the best ways to discover the natural beauty of Los Alcázares. There are several stunning routes in the area, including the 24km walk along the La Manga bank of sand and, slightly further afield, a tour of the Valle Morsico, a luscious landscape just outside Murcia.
In the vicinity of Los Alcázares hotels there are no less than six golf clubs open all year round, including the La Manga Club five-star championship venue.
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