Cabo Cope-Puntas de Calnegre, Lorca
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Cabo Cope-Puntas de Calnegre is located in Lorca. Plan to visit Cabo Cope-Puntas de Calnegre and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Lorca attractions using our Lorca travel itinerary planner.
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Un rincón de naturaleza virgen donde puedes relajarte , disfrutar de las vistas, desconectar de la ciudad y ya que estas allí visitar Mazarrón o Aguilas que son dos pueblos costeros aconsejables de vi... read more »A corner of unspoilt nature where you can relax, enjoy the view, disconnect from the city and since these there visit Mazarron and Aguilas are two recommended visit coastal villagesshow original
Si lo que necesitas es alejarte de todo y escuchar la brisa, saborear el yodo del mar y hacer deporte..., este sitio es mágico, por lo que no hay termino medio. TE GUSTA o NO TE GUSTA..., a mi me gust... read more »If what you need is to get away from everything and listen to Breeze, taste the sea iodine and make sport..., this site is magical, so there is no middle term. TEA LIKE or DISLIKE YOU..., to my I love and is of the sites that I visit every time more.show original
Les plages du parc sont remarquables. Playa de Calnegre est surveillée et il y a un bar-restaurant agréable sur place, toilettes gratuites, rince-pieds bien venu. Petit conseil, les plages suivantes s... read more »The beaches of the Park are remarkable. Playa de Calnegre is monitored and there is a pleasant restaurant and bar on-site, free toilets, rinse feet straight. Little advice, the following beaches are also very beautiful and most confidential, but look at the color of the flag of before swimming on the beach of the Calnegre. On Calnegre, the flag was orange, beach with a lot of current and rescuers involved every half hour. The access on the right before Punta track is very practicable and maintained every day. In July August is really, really hot (hot sand).show original
Alex MatásOne of the few wild areas of the Spanish Mediterranean coast. It seems that time has stopped here and the sites are still as they were a hundred years ago. Ideal to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the region of Murcia and Levante coast.show original
Jose Miguel RoblesThis chulisima to think and see the tide Beach has a landscape chulisimashow original
Mario Fernando FloresShort route but mid-level, good view of Calabardinashow original
Ramon sanchez amorosUnspoilt beaches, the few that remain in Spain. A landscapeshow original
Ramón Fernández RoyuelaBeaches to enjoy without overcrowdingshow original
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