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Villas in Murcia, Spain

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Houses for rent in Murcia, Spain

A holiday in one of our Murcia villas has no limits - with over 150 miles of coastline divided between the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean, you will have endless beaches at your fingertips. Known as the ‘garden of Spain’ with ‘huertos’ (gardens) dating back to the Moorish period, this place is brimming with vineyards in the Bullas district, and has many hidden gems such as the natural thermal spa dating back to the Roman period in Archena. The theme of wellness extends beyond its ancient thermal baths; the place is known for its availability of wellness centres, with many of the beaches considered to be spas themselves thanks to the salty waters of the Mar Menor and the detoxifying properties of its mud. Not only that, but the Costa Cálida awaits you with culture, history, heritage, excellent gastronomy, wine tourism and more. The salt flats of San Pedro del Pinatar are frequented by white flamingos in the summertime, and this is home to some of the most clandestine beaches and coves in Spain. Finding Murcia holiday rentals will never be a problem again - you can’t ask for more! Everything is possible from one of our Murcia holiday villas. Imagine waking up looking out to the sea, or enjoying breakfast on the terrace of your villa or apartment with enviable views of the Med. Unlike a number of destinations, this place is still relatively undiscovered by tourists and is a great alternative if you’re looking to escape the crowds but still benefit from the gorgeous Spanish climate. Alternatively, we recommend that you get to know the wines of the province and travel around as much as possible to really get to know this beautiful region during your stay in a Murcia villa.

Villas in Murcia with private pool

If you’re thinking about booking a holiday to Murcia and you’re not sure where to stay, you’ve come to the right place. At Hundredrooms we can help you as we compare over 2 million apartments to offer you the best prices from a range of our partners. We know that some of you might be travelling with furry friends, and if that’s the case, many of the apartments here are pet-friendly. Enjoy the best views of the beach with your family, or take advantage of your apartment terrace at breakfast or dinner. If you want to have the beach nearby, choose an apartment in Puerto de Mazarrón. Here you’ll only be a stone’s throw away from the beach, but that is not all. Nearby there are a wide range of leisure facilities, bars and restaurants for you to enjoy. Ever dreamed of trying scuba diving? The beaches of Puerto de Mazarrón are perfect for practising watersports. If you like the beach but prefer rustic villas, here we have it all. We have self catering in Murcia that you will love. In the district of San Pedro de Pinatar, there are perfect houses for all of the family with a swimming pool and BBQ area. Don’t wait any longer - book your trip to this part of Spain right away. This region can safely claim that it experiences 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, which makes choosing when to visit fairly easy. With the warm Mediterranean temperatures of two seas, this place is at its best in the summer months if you’re looking for guaranteed sunshine and dry climes. During June, July and August, the prices for Murcia accommodation are at their highest and chances of rainfall are very low. During August, average temperatures tend to be around 35 degrees Celsius with 22 degrees at night. While the busiest time is July, June and May are also particularly popular times to travel and are when rental accommodation is most expensive. The least popular time to travel is November when prices for holiday rentals in Murcia are lowest. You can still probably guarantee gorgeous sunshine, but not necessarily warmth during these periods. .

Holiday rentals in Murcia

Pet friendly apartments in Murcia

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Mar Menor and other points of interest in Murcia

From the comfort of your Murcia holiday apartment, there is plenty to see and explore.

  • Mar Menor: A hypersaline lagoon which is Europe’s biggest and is separated from the Mediterranean Sea by La Manga. It has a fascinating microclimate and is often the perfect place to enjoy watersports.
  • Terra Natura: A great day out is to the Terra Natura, the local zoo. It is great to go with all of the family, and especially the kids. If you visit at night, you can explore the zoo in a moonlit setting!
  • Murcia Cathedral: An incredible building at the heart of the city that is considered to be one of the greatest examples of Baroque works in Spain. Within there are a major number of impressive artworks and approximately 22 chapels.
  • Episcopal Palace of Murcia: A delightfully pretty palace with a distinguishable red facade which was built in the 1700s.
  • Museo Salzillo: This museum showcases the work of Murcia born Francesco Salzillo, the 18th century baroque sculptor.
  • Museo de Santa Clara La Real: The setting of this museum is worth the trip itself. Set inside a convent, it showcases Christian and Islamic art and history of the region.

What to eat in Murcia

Murcia is not just beach and city. It has a large number of orchards and incredible villages that have resisted the industrialisation and build up of the coastline. If you’re looking for something a bit different to the coast for your apartments to rent in Murcia, there is nothing better than discovering the fortress towns and natural products of the Murcian gardens. The main beer here is Estrella Levante, which is a local product of Murcia. While many places in Spain may claim to have the best tapas, it can safely be said that thanks to the abundance of natural resources here, here in Murcia it is truly something special. In the bars here, you can ask for a tapa of Russian salad on bread with anchovies. Are you wondering where is best to eat in Murcia? Do not miss the La Cabaña restaurant that was awarded a Michelin star. The service, atmosphere and food are sure to leave you impressed. If you’re looking for the best tapas option instead of gourmet dining, El Jumillano is the best option. Here you can choose from a range of homemade tapas that will please any palate. The service, the atmosphere and the food will leave you impressed. Although if you are more of tapas, El Jumillano is the best option. Make sure that you reserve to get into either of these places during your stay in a villa in Murcia!

Where to eat in Murcia

If you are thinking of spending a holiday in a holiday rental in Murcia, you might want to consider the following destinations too for your trip.

  • Málaga: The capital of the province of Málaga in the south of Spain, and a city steeped in Moorish history. Two large Moorish citadels overlook the city, and gives the Costa del Sol historical significance to many that feel it lacks life and soul. Find apartments in Málaga here.
  • Alicante: Also known as ‘Alacant’ in Valencian, this is a port city on the Costa Blanca and like the former has an interesting Moorish heritage. It has a stellar nightlife that you are sure to love with an apartment in Alicante.
  • Dénia: Perhaps one of the most attractive places to stay on the Costa Blanca, it has plenty of shimmering sandy beaches and quiet coves. The old town is particularly charming, and you can travel from here to the nearby Balearic Islands. Find apartments in Dénia here.
  • Nerja: Famous for the stunning Balcón de Europa, this town on the Costa del Sol is one of the most iconic whitewashed village-like spots you can find. History here dates back thousands of years with its paleolithic paintings, and incredible cave complex. Find apartments in Nerja here.