Welcome to Los Alcazares

Los Alcazares is a small town that once used to be a small fishing village. The town is located close to San Javier and in on the coastline of the Mar Menor. The population of this town is only over 10,000 people but can be expected to rise to more than quadruple over the summer months. Nearby is the large town of Torre-Pacheco, which has its own large town centre.

Los Alcazares has many beaches along its coast and is only around 12/13 kilometers away from the town of Torre Pacheco. This town also has a train station that connects to the cities of Murcia and Cartagena. There are many attractions around this area including a 9 hole course coursee in the town.


Nearby Activities and Points of Interest

One of the best ways to see the beauty of the area of Los Alcazares and the surrounding area is by pedal bikes. Taking a cycle around this area can be very relaxing. Aroudn this area if you do not have any of your own bikes you can rent some from one of the many bike stores around the towns. In Los Alcazares there are some places you can rent out some boats to go onto boats trips out onto the Mar Menor. There are also numerous oppourtunitys to take part in different water sports such as wind-surfing, surfing, sailing and canoeing. 

In the town of Torre-Pacheco there is a sports complex. In the complex there is a swimming pool, some pitches and a gymnasium with gymnastics equipment.Around the town there are many parks with great walking and cycling routes. Each of the two towns have a range of bars and restaurants. 


Important Information

In the area surround Los Alcazares and Torre Pacheco there are a number of medical centres. The closest Hospitals are in San Javier and Cartagena. There are also a number of police stations around the area with a number in San Javier and Cartagena. You you should always feel safe. There are also a range of public and priovate schools in the area of Los Alcazares and Torre Pacheco. Some schools specialise in different subjects. The closest universities are in the nearby cities of San Javier and Cartagena.



The weather of the area is the typical Spanish Mediterranean weather. The hottest month is August and the coolest being January.  The wettest month is October and the driest is July. If you love the sun and like to be in it all year round, then this could potentially be the perfect home area to live in.



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