Aguilas

www.aguilas.org

Tel 968 493 285 – Sat Market

Every Saturday – Antique & Collectable Market near the Railway Station. From 10am

Theatre Festival until 24th November

Friday 9th November – Matrimonius @ Casa de la Cultura 9pm 10€

Sunday 11th November – Griselda Furiosa @ Casa de la Cultura 8pm 7€

Saturday 17th November – Crucidramas: Estoy Rara @ Auditorio 8.30pm 10€

Sunday 18th November – 1€, 1 Vino, 1 Teatro @ Casa de la Cultura 8.30pm 1€

Friday 23rd November – Penkoletas Sisters Feminista Show @ Casa de la Cultura 9pm 10€

Concerts in Auditorio Infanta Doña Elena 8.30pm 10€

Friday 2nd November – Classical Music – Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik/Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C Maj/Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Maj

Friday 16th November – OSRM – Liszt’s Preludes/Rachmaninof’s Rhapsody on a Theme/Tchaikovsky’s 3rd Symphony

Friday 14th December – OSRM – Bolero & Piano Concerto for Left Hand/Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet

Sunday 4th November – Free Theatrical Tour of Aguilas including steep walk to Castle (minimal entry fee) 10.30am from Tourist Office

Saturday 10th November & Friday 2nd December – Free Guided Tour of Historical Aguilas in Spanish. 11am from Tourist Office.  Booking essential at Tourist Office.

Sunday 25th November – Free Guided Railway Tour 10am from Monumento de Ferrocarril. Book at Tourist Office

Sunday 25th November – Free 4km Coastal Walk

The local path runs entirely through the Protected Landscape of Cuatro Calas and allows you to enjoy the natural and cultural areas ​​that have made it worthy of protection, as well as being included by the European Commission in the Natura 2000 Network as a place of Community Interest. 10am from Playa de Calarreona. Book at Tourist Office.

Alhama de Murcia

http://turismo.alhamademurcia.es/

Tel 968 633 51 – Tues Market

There are some fabulous walks in the Sierra Espuña National Park.

Go to http://turismo.alhamademurcia.es and click on Paths of Sierra Espuña. You will find full details of all walks available and a map that you can download.

Sunday 18th November – Free Theatrical Tour of Alhama

11am from Tourist Office

Sunday 11th November – Walk in San Pedro del Pinatar to see the Salt Flats 3€. 8am from Recinto Ferial. Booking at Tourist Office essential.

Lorca

www.lorcaturismo.es

Tel 968 441 914Thurs Market

Lorca Castle – general entry 6€. Guided Tours available in English for 4€ on Thursdays at 10.30am for 22€ to include lunch, with special packages on Sundays. Check at Tourist Office for full details.

Weekdays in November – Tour of San Patricio and Las Tres Plazas Monday to Friday except holidays 11am from Tourist Office Plaza de España. 10€ (children under 12 free)

Thursday 15th November – Children’s Musical @ Teatro Guerra with Popular Children’s Songs – 6.30pm 5€ (10€ including CD)

Saturday 17th November – Free Guided Tour of Historic Lorca (in Spanish) 8.30pm from Tourist Information Point. Booking essential.

Saturday 24th November – Free Theatrical Tour of Lorca 8pm from Tourist Office

Saturday 1st December – El Kanka @ Teatro Guerra 9pm 20€

Mazarrón

www.mazarron.es

Tel 968 594 426 – Sat Market

Free Guided Tours in Mazarrón area.

Visit the Tourist Office or www.visitamazarron.es for full details of all tours.

Puerto Lumbreras

Tel 968 436 153 – Fri Market

Friday 9th (6pm) & Saturday 10th (11am & 6pm) November – Astronomy Course @ The Astronomical Observatory of The Cabezo De La Jara

Booking at Tourist Office essential.

Totana

www.totana.es

Tel 968 418 153 – Wed Market/Fri in El Pareton

Saturdays & Sundays in November – Guided Visit to La Bastida 3.40€ (2.50€ disc) 10am/12pm. Book at Tourist Office

Ornothological Competition until Sunday 4th November @ Polideportivo Municipal

Participating birds can be viewed from 10am-9pm. 1,800 birds from Murcia and surrounding areas have been entered into various classes.

Saturdays in November – 1hr Free Guided Visit Museum Of The Tower Of Santiago

The museum is divided into five levels. The first level houses the chapter house that refers to the delivery of the lands of Totana to the Order of Santiago. The second level is the choir of the church, which shows the Mudejar coffered ceiling of the temple and the explanation of its chapels. The next level is known as ‘the bride’s room’, which was the old house of the bell ringer, where the old clock of the tower is shown, whose sound has marked the life of the town. The fourth level is not visitable, since it contains the current clock and the last level is the bell tower, where the second oldest bell of the Diocese is located, dating from 1470, with curiosities that only visitors can discover. 10am. Booking at Tourist Office essential.