The region of Murcia is the place and the time is now!
With multiple contrasts: dry and irrigated land, plains and mountainous areas, coast and inland, Murcia will not leave you indifferent. From Hotel Azabre, we invite you to discover it for yourself. Here are some of the essential places not to be missed.
Catedral de Murcia
One of the main icons of Murcia and the jewel of the historic centre, the Cathedral of Murcia will surprise you with its imposing organ located in the wooden choir stalls, one of the most beautiful in the world. With its 98 metres, the bell tower of the Cathedral is the second highest in Spain and you can see it from any point in the city.
Enjoy a unique environment; the Mar Menor has 22 kilometres of narrow beach, making it the largest saltwater lake in Europe. The climate, the natural environment and the quality of its water are unbeatable conditions for water sports and water sports. Nowadays, the Mar Menor offers you countless places to visit with a wide range of gastronomy and leisure activities.
Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Fuensanta
5.5 kilometres away from the city of Murcia and surrounded by nature, you will find the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Fuensanta, the patron saint of the city who parades every year during the pilgrimage festivities, both in spring and in September. The Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de la Fuensanta was declared as National Monument andenjoys beautiful panoramic views over the Huerta del Segura.
Casino Real de Murcia
The second most emblematic building in Murcia is undoubtedly the well-known Casino Real de Murcia. It was formerly built to bring together the city's bourgeoisie. The casino also has a restaurant in one of its halls and in the courtyard. It also has several spaces for holding events and private functions.