Murcia is a city in south-eastern Spain, the capital and most populous city of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia, and the seventh largest city in the country.
The Region of Murcia is endless. In just over 11,000 square kilometres there is a world to discover. Its conferences centres, specially designed for this purpose and landmark sites with its inherent character, will make your event, incentives meeting or business meeting a truly unforgettable event.
This land combines nature at its purest, sea, traditions, heritage, gastronomy, leisure ... in an area where distances do not exist and are no longer important, so that one can go surfing on the beach at dawn before starting a productive workday. The Region of Murcia has 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 19 degrees.
This region furthermore has the best beaches along 252 kilometres of coastline and at the same time, an orographical wealth perfect for hiking, rock climbing, taking long walks along the small and longdistance trails.
Located at the South-East corner of the Iberian Peninsula, between the regions of, Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha and Valencia, the Region of Murcia occupies an area of 11,317 km2 (2.2% of the total surface area of Spain), bordering the province of Albacete in the North, the province of Alicante in the East, the provinces of Granada, Albacete and Almería in the West, and the Mediterranean in the South-East.
A little bit of history
The territory which is today known as the Region of Murcia has been inhabited by man for over 1,500,000 years, and this human presence has been a constant factor in the development of the Murcian landscape since the remotest periods of prehistory. The first evidence of the presence of man dates back to the Neanderthal and Cromagnon periods, whilst archaeological finds become abundant from Neolithic times onwards. Iron age remains begin to speak of a certain level of progress leading to the development of agriculture and the domestication of livestock during the Iberian period and, later, intense commercial activity with the presence of Phoenecian, Greek and Carthaginian settlers in permanent conflict with the autoctonous peoples. Scipio's conquest of the city of Carthago Nova in 209 BC led to the definitive expansion of what had already become an important economic and political centre in the Mediterranean.
Mediterranean semi-arid subtropical climate: namely an average annual temperature of 18ºC, with hot summers (registering absolute maximum temperatures of 40ºC) and mild winters (an average temperature of 11ºC in the winter months of December and January).
The cathedral, a blend of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles it is the jewel of the city. Avant-garde restaurants and tapas bars where one can partake of the rich cuisine of Murcia, full of contrasts.
Museums, art galleries, outdoor shows, terraces, perennial spring evenings, and at least half an hour away from white sandy beaches, natural parks, golf courses, spas and resorts.
Letters Faculty. Campus of the Merced
Cornerstone of the past of the University of Murcia and alma mater of humanistic studies, Faculty of Letters faces the challenges of the Knowledge Society conscious of its responsibility in the creation and dissemination of knowledge that dignify the condition of the human being: knowledge historical, geographical, artistic, linguistic, literary and translational.
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Murcia tram is a network of light rail through the city of Murcia (Spain) connecting the north and the city center. The tram communicates key areas such as Campus de Espinardo (University of Murcia), Campus de Guadalupe (Catholic University of Murcia), the shopping areas Thader and Nueva Condomina, and the Nueva Condomina stadium with the city center in a short time through a platform reserved for exclusive use of the convoys. See more Murcia tram
TM is a collective urban public transport, which provides ecological buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG). See more tmurcia
How to get to Murcia?
To get to Murcia you can take the plane. Murcia has 2 airports near the city. We recommend that you choose the airport of Alicante, as it has many destinations and origins that the airport of San Javier.
- Alicante’s airport
- Distance to Murcia (by car): 72,4 Km
- Travel time (by car): 44 min
- 47 airline companies: Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Algérie, Air Berlin, Air Europa, Air Nostrum, Alba Star, BA CityFlyer, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, Carpatair, EasyJet, EasyJet Switzerland, Eurowings, Evelop, Flybe, Iberia Express, Icelandair, Jetairfly, Jet2.com, KLM, Lufthansa, Monarch Airlines, Niki Luftfahrt, Norwegian, Orbest, Primera Air, Rossiya Russian Airlines, Ryanair, SAS, S7 Airlines, Smartwings, Swiss International Airlines, Tarom, Thomas Cook Belgium, Thomas Cook UK, Thomson Airways , Transavia.com, Tui Airlines Nederland, Ukraine International Airlines, VIM Airlines, Volotea, Vueling Airlines, Windrose, Wizz Air, Wow Air.
- San Javier’s airport
- Distance to Murcia (by car): 49,4 Km
- Travel time (by car): 36 min
- 7 airline companies: Air City Grupo, Air Nostrum, Easyjet, Enter Air, Jet2.com, Ryanair, TUI.
Bus from the airportALSA (https://www.alsa.es/nuestros-destinos/aeropuertos)
Timetable Alicante’s airport – Murcia
- Travel time: about 1 hour
- Departure and arrival times:
- 07:15h – 8:10h (First departure and arrival)
- 09:15h – 10:10h
- 10:15h – 11:30h
- 11:15h – 12:10h
- 13:15h – 14:10h
- 15:15h – 16:10h
- 18:15h – 19:10h
- 19:15h – 20:10h (Last departure and arrival)
San Javier airport – Murcia
- From the San Javier airport there is no direct bus that can take you to Murcia. Therefore, an individual transport would be arranged to pick you up and take you to Murcia.
Important Any questions that arise will be answered by Events en Plural. We are at your complete disposal to organize and help you with your trip and have the best conditions trips. We can also arrange individual transport from the airport, if it is what they want or require. You can contact us through our email or our phone. firstname.lastname@example.org + 34 968 932 360 +34 646 524 263