On the Costa Cálida you will find a more isolated and quieter part of Spain. Wedged between the Sierra de Segura and the Mediterranean, the Costa Cálida has something for everyone. From tourist complexes such as La Manga to picturesque fishing villages such as Santiago de la Ribera or Lo Pagán. Relatively unspoiled is the beautiful coastline of the Mar Menor (the small sea) that offers its own subdued atmosphere.
Here in Europe's largest saltwater lagoon separated from the Mediterranean by a sand formation better known as La Manga you can enjoy almost any conceivable form of water sports or simply dive under the surface to go up in the sea reserve Cabo de Palos.
Further inland you will find a lush landscape dominated by historic castles and fortresses with three championship golf courses in between.
For those looking for more life in the brewery, a large number of Roman, Carthaginian and Moorish and Christian festivals are held throughout the year on the Costa Cálida.