The Airpark is situated in the south east of Spain in the small region of Murcia nestling between the regions of Alicante and Andalucia. The region of Murcia is unspoilt and rural and the coast line of the province is called the Costa Calida which means the hot coast. There are very long sandy beaches, dotted with quiet bays and coves and crystal clear blue waters. Inland the countryside is landscaped with mountains connected by large valleys. The region is a favourite amongst the Spanish tourists.
The Airpark is situated approx. 25 Km from the beaches of Mazarron which can be reached in 15 - 20 minutes on uncongested roads. The Airpark is situated 200 m above sea level, in a large valley near the 1.100 m high Sierra Carascoy mountain range and the 1.600 m high mountain range of the national park Sierra Espuña. The Airpark is within an hour`s drive of two international airports, Alicante and Murcia (San Javier).
The capital of the region is also named Murcia which is on the banks of the river Segura. Murcia is a historic city which offers, cathedrals, abbeys, universities, many museums and public buildings. The city also offers modern shopping centres, elegant boutiques, an assortment of restaurants, cafes, theatres, cinemas and bars.
On the coast, east of Mazarron is the naval town of Cartagena , the home of the Spanish Mediterranean fleet. Cartagena is a historic town dating back some 3000 years with many sites of antiquity mostly Roman. The architecture is a mixture of old and modern, with many churches, museums, public buildings and
parks. Good shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars to visit.

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