Surrounding Villa Santa Rosalia

There is a lot to do in the area around the villa.

The villa is located in the heart of the Costa Calida, in the province of Murcia. Murcia is in the southeast of Spain, between the Costa Blanca and the Costa Almeria. It is a place of complete relaxation! Feel free to call it a hidden gem in Spain with pristine beaches, beautiful nature and cosy art towns. A short distance from the villa are some beautiful towns and villages that are definitely worth a visit.


Alicante is a city in the region of Valencia. It is a tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, historical monuments and lively nightlife. One of its most popular sights is the 'Esplanade de España' a seaside promenade known for its stunning views of the Mediterranean sea and its remarkable green palm trees.

Lo Pagan

Lo Pagan is a coastal town in the region of Murcia. It lies on the Mar Menor, an inland sea known for its clear waters and wide sandy beaches. One of Lo Pagan's highlights is the Playa de Las Salinas, a beautiful sandy beach known for its healthy mud springs. Here you can enjoy a mud treatment, sunbathe and swim in the clear waters.

Los Alcazares

Los Alcazares is mainly known for sun, sea, beach and nature. Water sports come in all shapes and sizes here... Because of the favourable natural conditions in the Mar Menor, many water sports can be practised. Such as flyboarding, water-skiing, paddle, kayaking, sailing,...
In the natural reserve 'La Hita' on the border with Santiago de la Ribera, walks can be made on wooden decks. The area is rich in water birds.

Cabo de Palos

The small fishing village of ' Cabo de Palos' is not far from the touristy La Manga del Mar Menor. The lighthouse of 'Cabo de Palos' is an iconic attraction in this beautiful coastal town. It is a tall white tower overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. From the top of the lighthouse, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding area, overlooking the seas and surrounding mountains. The lighthouse is surrounded by a beautiful nature reserve, where you can hike and enjoy the diverse flora and fauna.


Murcia is the seventh largest city in Spain and is the capital of the Murcia region of the same name. Located on the Segura River, the city has a long, interesting history and is today a lively tourist city, full of culture, good food and with a vibrant student and nightlife scene.​​​​​​​

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Pilar de la Horadada

Pilar de la Horadada's lighthouse, built in 1865, is a well-known landmark in the coastal town. It stands on a hillside and offers beautiful views of the Mediterranean sea and the surrounding area. Near the lighthouse, you can also hike and enjoy nature, with its hilly surroundings and neighbouring nature reserves. There are also several restaurants and cafés nearby, where you can relax and enjoy delicious Spanish cuisine and drinks.


Orihuela is a historic city located in the Valencia region. It is known for its rich culture, beautiful architecture. One of its major attractions is the historic city centre, also known as the 'Ciudad Monumental'. Here you will find many historical buildings and a wonderful museum about Orihuela's history.


Elche is a city in the Vanecia region. The city is known for its palm trees, which are an important part of urban culture and daily life. The Parque Palmeral de Elche, with more than 200,000 palm trees, is one of the largest inner-city palm gardens in the world.


The beautiful port city of Cartagena has a long eventful history and is one of the oldest cities in Spain. As a result, the city is also home to Roman remains. Besides the Roman monuments, many modernist buildings can also be found. In the vicinity of Cartagena, you can also find a lot of nature where several natural parks can be visited.​​​​​​​

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La Manga

La Manga is a 21 km-long peninsula strip in the region of Murcia. It is a popular destination for tourists because of its beautiful beaches. Here you can sunbathe, swim, snorkel and practice various water sports. If you are looking for adventure, you can also take part in various outdoor trips, including horse riding, canoeing, climbing and fishing.

San Pedro del Pinatar

The salt lakes in San Pedro del Pinatar, in the region of Murcia, are a unique natural attraction and a major tourist attraction. Known as the 'Salinas de San Pedro del Pinatar', these salt lakes were created by the deposition of salt by seawater. The salt lakes are an important breeding ground for many species of birds, including flamingos, cormorants and waders. Hiking trails have been created in the area, where you can enjoy the views of the salt lakes and the birds.

Mazarron – Puerto de Mazarron

Mazarron is a cosy fishing village with a beautiful, long beach. Because of the continuous progress of different civilisations over time, Mazarron has important archaeological remains that tell us its history, from the first Neolithic settlers to the present day... Mazaron is also best known for its erosions. The mushroom-shaped rocks were formed by water and wind thousands of years ago.