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La Manga Las Gondolas 3 Bed 1.5 Bath Apartment With Free Wi-fi

3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Gardens, Swimming Pool View. 3rd floor apartment with air conditioning over looking the spectacularly landscaped swimming pool which has show...

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Mar Menor Los Gondolas – Murcia – Costa Cálida

3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Gardens, Swimming Pool View 4th floor luxury 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bathroom apartment with Air Conditioning and views over spectacular themed communal ...

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Las Gondolas Holiday Apartment With Sea Views Over The Mar Menor
 

£120

Las Gondolas Apartment With 1 Bedroom in La Manga Del Mar Menor

One Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Sea Views, Spectacular Swimming Pool. 6th floor apartment with south west views over the mar menor from the balcony that are truly wonderful ...

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1 Bedroom Apartment for rent in La Manga Del Mar Menor

1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Gardens, Spectacular Swimming Pool. The apartment has a spacious living and dining area, a comfortable double sofa bed, satellite television ...

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£180

3 Bedroom Holiday Rental Veneziola La Manga Strip

3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7, Gardens, Swimming Pool View. 3rd floor apartment with Air Conditioning over looking the spectacular themed communal swimming pool can be found ...

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Whats the Weather Like in La Manga Del Mar Menor Spain



Due to Murcia’s tropical location, the climate changes little, with an average high of 32°C (88.6°F) and an average low of 25°C (77 °F) throughout the year. Weather in Murcia is very mild (& well known for it), making it an ideal destination for those looking at holiday rental property abroad. Murcia enjoys a micro climate which is why the climate is so stable - the hills and surrounding mountains limits the amount of rainfall and explains why the region has over 320 days of sunshine every year.
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