Welcome, visitor! [ Register | Loginrss  |  tw

Mar Menor Lets RSS Feed

Listings tagged with 'Mar Menor Lets' (5)

Luxury 1 Bedroom Flat To Rent In La Manga Spain
 

£180 from per week

La Manga Holiday Rental Playa Principe 1 Bedroom Beachfront Apartment

Beautiful sea View 1 bedroom apartment in a quiet complex that is called Playa Principe and is located between the Mediterranean sea and Mar Menor sea, a short dista...

4151 total views, 2 today

La Manga Penthouse For Rent Beautiful beaches directly in front
 

£195 from per week

La Manga 2 Bed Penthouse Overlooking Mar Menor and the Mediterranean

This luxury penthouse apartment is situated on the peninsula, referred to as the La Manga Strip, with Internet / Broadband / WiFi 17 kms down the 22 km stretch of la...

9707 total views, 1 today

 

£250

Holiday Rental Apartment Libertad Dos Playas 3 Bed 2 Bath

Apartment on the beach! 3 Bed - 2 Bath This 6th floor apartment is on the beach! It benefits from stunning views over the Mar Menor and Mediterranean sea and mountai...

4436 total views, 1 today

 

£190

Luz Bahia 3 Bed 2 Bath Penthouse La Manga Strip Veneziola

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Penthouse Sleeps 6 Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom Penthouse apartment is on the Luz Bahia development– just 100M from the Mar Menor and 200M...

12920 total views, 2 today

 

£240

Los Miradores 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathroom Apartment Rental

 This stunning 3 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment which is ideally situated near Tomás Maestre marina on the La Manga Strip in a much sought-after location overlooking t...

2183 total views, 0 today

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.
Follow

Get every new post on this blog delivered to your Inbox.

Join other followers: