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Santa Rosalía stands in a strategic spot on the Costa Cálida, just 4 kilometres from the sea and very close to the Costa Blanca.

A place for enjoying its two seas, Mediterranean cuisine, and leisure opportunities.
Surrounded by orchards, Santa Rosalía is located between the municipalities of Torre Pacheco and Los Alcázares. It is part of the Mar Menor region (Murcia), an area with a fascinating history.

It is part of the famous Costa Cálida, with 250 km of coastline spread between two seas, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Mar Menor.

You will find glorious beaches and coves with warm sand and crystal clear waters all over this amazing part of the world.

A bright place with a great climate. With an average temperature of 18º, the sun shines more than 300 days of the year.
•Murcia airport
25 min
•Alicante airport
55 min
15 min
32 min
65 min
30 min
Mar Menor Golf
La Serena Golf
Roda Golf
La Torre Golf
Terrazas de la T.Golf
Hacienda Riquelme
La Manga Club Este
La Manga Club Oeste
La Manga Club Norte
El Valle Golf
Lo Romero Golf
Las Colinas Golf
Altaona Golf
Villamartín Golf
Campoamor Golf
Las Ramblas
Hacienda del Álamo
Shopping Centres
•Espacio Mediterráneo
12 min
•La Zenia
20 min
•Dos mares
12 min
El Limonar Int School Murcia
Kings College
Virgen del Pasico
Las claras del Mar Menor
New Castelar College
El Limonar Int School Villa Martin
•Hospital Clínico Universitario Virgen de la Arrixaca
31 min
•Hospital General Universitario Los Arcos del Mar Menor
12 min
•Hospital Quirónsalud Torrevieja
32 min
•Hospital General Universitario Santa Lucía
15 min
Beaches and natural parks
Cala Cortina
Parque Natural de Calblanque
Cabo de Palos
La Manga
Los Narejos
La Ribera
La Llana
La Torre y Mil Palmeras
La Zenia
Parque Natural de Sierra Espuña
Parque Natural de Valle y Carrascoy
Monte Roldán
Parque Natural de Calblanque y Batería Cenizas
Parque Natural de las salinas de San Pedro
Espacio protegido de Sierra Escalona
Tourism and Gastronomy
There are 20 high-level golf courses around Santa Rosalía, the furthest only 25 ilometres away. Some have been designed by the legendary JACK NICKLAUS and DAVE THOMAS. These stimulating fields demand a combination of knowledge, strength and, above all, passion for this sport.

GNK Golf – Authentic Nicklaus is a unique course in Europe, made up of four courses, offering the player several options on how to play each hole, creating very different and demanding challenges.
There are three shopping centres within a 20-minute drive.

. Espacio Mediterráneo: in Cartagena, one of the biggest shopping centres in the Region of Murcia. It is home to a wide range of national and international firms and includes hospitality and catering services.

. Zenia Boulevard: This is the biggest shopping centre in Alicante province, with over 150 shops, and is a benchmark in regard to the variety of national and international firms. Streets, plazas, fountains, concerts and other daily events make it a reference point for leisure and entertainment.

. Dos Mares: the cosiest of the three, with a wide range of fashion stores, accessories, beauty parlours, leisure, restaurants, cinema and food.
Water Sports
Sports such as kitesurf, paddle surf, windsurfing, canoeing, sailing, among others, harness the forces of water and wind in perfect balance. The Mar Menor is the ideal place to experience the elements.

Lovers of these sports will find an ideal place, unique in the world, to practice them all year round. There is a huge range of clubs, sports schools, and harbours.
Spa & Wellness
The Region of Murcia is home to a natural gem, next to the Mar Menor, namely the clayey mud ponds of San Pedro del Pinatar, access to them is free for the public. They are located just 10 minutes’ drive from our Resort. The clayey mud is daubed on the skin, and is highly therapeutic, making it the ideal complement to a swim in the mineralised water of the Mar Menor.

The “Thalasia Costa De Murcia” Spa is located close to this natural area, which over the last 15 years has consolidated its national and international fame. Every year it is visited by people from all over the world in search of the benefits this Wellness centre has to offer.

To complete the offer in this sector is the Balneario de Archena spa, located in an area where water naturally emerges from the ground at a temperature of 51ºC, making a set of thermal baths that have been in use ever since the Roman era, which today is a complex covering over 200,000 m2, and is visited daily by hundreds of people.
Nature Activities
There is an endless number of nature activities to be done in this area. You can choose from guided tours or doing it on your own: trekking, cycling, on horseback, in the water or in the air - the choice is yours.

Some of the better known areas are the Calblanque Nature Reserve, the shores of the Mar Menor and the San Pedro Salt Flats known as “salinas” the Valle or Sierra Espuña Nature Parks. There are also different clubs for all manner of activities in the area. Different mountain sport competitions are held throughout the year.
If what you want is to break out of your routine, you won’t have to go any further to find something to suit you in the Region of Murcia.

. In the air you can choose from a light aircraft flying course, a flight around the Mar Menor, a trip in a hot air balloon or parachuting.

. On land, you can race in go-carts, try the Cartagena motorcycle racing circuit, go bungee jumping or climbing in via ferratas, play paint-ball, trekking, MTB, etc.

. There are endless possibilities on the sea: kayak trips, jet-skis or sailing, scuba-diving or snorkelling - the choice is yours.
The following are just some of the most relevant festive events that are held in the region over the year.

. April – The Berbers (in Los Alcázares)

You can enjoy one of the biggest medieval markets in Spain and see the Great Procession or the spectacular Berber Landing, a reconstruction in which Corsairs and Berbers invade the coastline of the Mar Menor, swords in hand, bringing an end to the peaceful lifestyle of the villagers of Los Alcázares. It will take you back in time to a century gone by, while reconstructing an age of bloodthirsty pirates.

. 16th July - Virgen del Carmen (in San Pedro del Pinatar)

The Virgen del Carmen festivities are held in high esteem by the fishermen in the area, who proudly celebrate their patron saint’s day by taking her image out in procession on the water of the Mar Menor.

. September - Carthaginians and Romans (in Cartagena)

A festivity of international tourist interest, these festivities commemorate the historical events in the city of Cartagena during the second Punic War, during which Hannibal set off for Rome from Cartagena passing through the Alps with an army of 100,000 men and 38 elephants in the year 218 before Christ.

For ten days the city’s streets and plazas are filled with processions and theatrical performances reconstructing history. The arrival of the Sacred Fire, The Landing, Hannibal’s Wedding to Imilce, the Great Battle and the Roman Circus are just some of the performances.

. 12th October - Los Calderos (in Los Alcázares)

At sunrise, the town's beaches are flooded with a festive and seafaring atmosphere, in which the smells of the sea air blend and merge with the mouth-watering aromas of the traditional rice dishes known as “calderos”.

Over a hundred “peñas” [associations] celebrate the day of its municipal autonomy, filling the beaches and cooking their “calderos”, a traditional dish of the Mar Menor, based on rice and fish, the town’s most popular food.
Mar menor
Our Mar Menor is the biggest saltwater lagoon in Europe, spanning an area of 170 km2. It is separated from the Mediterranean Sea by a narrow strip of land. The water reaches a maximum depth of 7 metres and is ideal for doing water-sports all year round, such as Stand-Up Paddleboarding, Kayak, Sailing Regattas and the very popular Kitesurfing.

On the shore are cosy fishing villages, such as Los Alcázares, located just 2.5 kilometres from our Resort.

There are 5 islands in this small sea; Barón, Perdiguera, Ciervo, Rondella and Sujeto.
Mediterranean Sea
The Region of Murcia has 73 km of coastline on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, where magical places such as Calblanque Regional Park Beaches, Cabo de Palos Marine Reserve and Salinas and Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar Regional Park, on the shores of both seas can be found.
Tourism and Gastronomy
This cosmopolitan city is the capital of the autonomous region. It has two universities, 450,000 inhabitants and an immense cultural heritage. On the banks of the Segura River, you’ll find fascinating events and shows, shopping in its trendy boutiques and regional gastronomy served in its cosy inns.

Its imposing Cathedral, which overlooks the city, is an agglomeration of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The façade is like a large stone theatre with harmonious volumes, a perfect marriage of architecture and sculpture.
An ancient city by the Mediterranean Sea with a significant port and naval base, marked by a legacy of the past in the form of monuments, museums, and cultural riches. It has been the scene of some of the most incredible historical moments. Set in a spectacular natural enclave, surrounded by mountains topped with ancient castles and batteries.

Its Roman Theatre was built in the time of Emperor Augustus, between 5 and 1 BC in the ancient city of Carthago Nova. With space for 7,000 spectators, it was a place for culture, leisure, and life. It was in use until the 3rd century.
Cabo de palos
Cabo de Palos and Islas Hormigas form a protected marine reserve on the Costa Cálida. They have been declared assets of interest in the European Community becauseb of their extraordinary biodiversity and pristine ecosystems, and the best European diving destination.

The sunken ships (wrecks) beneath their waters help to create artificial reefs and are a unique experience. It is a favourite spot for divers from all over Europe.
Gastronomy is a part of our culture in the Region of Murcia. You will be able to enjoy meals at Michelin Star restaurants, such as Cabaña Buenavista and Odiseo in Murcia, and Magoga in Cartagena.

You will be spoilt for choice by the dozens of restaurants and beachside “chiringuitos” and enjoy the typical tapas such as marineras, roast octopus, Mar Menor shrimps or a traditional caldero.

Further inland in the Region of Murcia there are many vineyards. Murcia’s wines are classified under three Protected Designations of Origin: Jumilla, Yecla and Bullas. The Monastrell grape variety and the rest of the red grapes stand out in an area characterised by its temperate climate and excellent harvests.