Costa Calida 

The name "Costa Calida" translates to "Warm Coast" for a great climate all year round. The sun is shining most of the year in the Costa Calida. 

There is approximately 250km of Mediterranean coast line to explore, which is a contrast of rocky cliffs and long white sandy beaches, mixed with dense urban hot spots and quaint towns and villiages. 

Cartagena and Mazarrón are coastal hot spots in this region steeped in history offering many superb facilities from scuba diving to exploring hidden beaches and coves, both have amazing restaurants and a buzzing nightlife for all.

The Costa Calida is rich in fertile land and natural resources. Known as Spain’s garden the economy is supported by tourism, agriculture, fishing, and also wine making. In the Jumilla region their are many vineyards stretching far and wide.

Enjoy exploring the Costa Calida.