As there is so little advertised due to the restrictions for COVID-19, we have combined the 3 areas we normally cover in the Costa Cálida. Many of the usual events in the area have been cancelled or changed. Street Markets have been reinstated with the usual conditions such as keeping social distancing and the wearing of masks, but the usual Artisan Markets are not taking place.
Please adhere to these conditions for everyone’s safety. Most of the exhibitions etc are still being held, but check at Tourist Offices to confirm that events are still taking place.

Aguilas –
Tel 968 493 285 – Market Sat
Cineclub @ Casa Cultura
Membership 10€ which entitles you to attend any film showing on a Thursday evening at 10pm.
Non-members can attend for 1€ per viewing
3rd December – Her
10th December – Locust
17th December – You Can Count on Me

Alhama de Murcia –
Tel 968 633 51 – Market Tues
Photographic History of Alhama Exhibition at Los Baños Archaeological Museum. Learn about aspects of the history of the municipality through the documents preserved in the Municipal Archive. Free admission.
Tues-Sat 10am-2pm & 4.30pm-7.30pm
Sun 10am-2pm
Tuesday 1st December – 45 min
Guided Tour of Los Baños
Archaeological Museum
Discover the history of this thermal complex that is closely linked to its thermal water springs. In the Los Baños Archaeological Museum, the remains of the baths built by the Romans in the 1st century AD and which were reused in the Islamic period and by the 19th century Spa Hotel are preserved in situ.
These visits are intended for individuals or small groups.

Bullas –
Tel 968 652 244 – Market Tues
Casa-Museo Don Pepe Marsilla.
Guided tours (in English) for only 2 persons (5€ pp) or there is an audio guide system in English.
Museo del Vino has a shop with bodega prices.
To visit either/info, tel 968 657 211, Tourist Office, or email

Calasparra –
Tel 968 745 325 – Market Fri

Caravaca –
Tel 968 702 424 – Market Mon

Cartagena –
Tel 968 128 800 – Market Wed
Exhibition – The End Of A Civilization by Fernando Peñalva at Archaeological Museum of Cartagena (until 10th January 2021)
The exhibition brings together about 20 archaeological drawings by the artist Fernando Peñalva, describing in detail the beauty of a ruin or a sculpture made in ancient times invarious dimensions and techniques;
watercolour, pencil, charcoal, wax etc; the relief of the Ara Pacis; ruins of the Temple of Olympus; the bust of Antinous, or Athena Leimna.
Tues-Fri 10am-2pm & 5pm-8pm
Sat & Sun 11am-2pm
Closed Mondays & holidays
Free admission
Exhibition – Photographic Exhibition at The Roman Theatre of Cartagena in Temporary Exhibition Hall – Future Projects (until 28th February 2021)
The exhibition conveys the Museum’s journey since its inauguration on July 11th 2008 and future projects.
The exhibition is divided into three thematic blocks:
Photographs; some from the Museum’s photographic archive; others from Díaz Burgos, José Albaladejo or José Gabriel Gómez the evolution of the Museum after its inauguration.
Future projects and the current state of knowledge of the post scaenam porticus. This space is located at the back of the scenic building. One future project is to undertake the archaeological excavations of this space and its enhancement.
Mural paintings carried out in the western sector of the portico in 2006, which revealed the existence of two rooms that compartmentalized the interior gallery, whose collapse levels presented a rich pictorial programme.

Online Chess (until 28th May 2021) ‘Chessline Cartagena’; an online chess platform that under the slogan ‘Ajedrizate’ aims to serve as an educational tool after school hours and to stimulate participation of schools to set up a Municipal Chess League. The approximate cost is 15€.
The online chess platform ‘Chesslang’, will enable both monitors and students to make video calls with a shared chess board, as well as options for different types of tournaments, online training and many other activities.
There will be group classes of 8-10 with specialized platforms to teach chess, for one hour a week divided by levels, education and age.

Cehegín –
Tel 968 723 550 – Market Wed

Fuente Alamo –
Tel 968 597 001 – Market Sat

Jumilla –
Tel 968 780 237 – Market Tues

La Union –
Tel 868 049 941/692 925 970 –
Market Tues

Lorca –
Tel 968 441 914 – Market Thurs

Los Alcazares –
Tel 968 575 756 – Market Tues & Los Narejos Sat

Mazarrón –
Tel 968 594 426 – Market Sat & Puerto de Mazarrón Sun
British Volunteers Collect More Than 25 Food Trolleys For Caritas In total, 25 food trolley loads of food have been collected for those families experiencing difficulties due to the situation caused by the pandemic.
Mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras and Councillor for Camposol and International Relations, Silvana Buxton, came to the collection point to thank this work and congratulate the volunteers who have made this good cause possible.
Caritas officials also thanked everyone who helped because at the moment, many families need basic food due to the lack of economic resources.

Moratalla –
Tel 968 730 208 – Market Sat

Mula –
Tel 968 661 501 – Market Sat

Murcia –
Tel 968 358 749
– Various Markets (check at Tourist Office)
Piano Concertos @ Murcia Auditorium 8pm
Wednesday 9th December – Miguel Ituarte 10€
Thursday 17th December – OSRM 12€-20€

Puerto Lumbreras –
Tel 968 436 153 – Market Fri

San Javier –
Tel 968 172 041 – Market Wed & Thurs & Autocine Sun & Santiago de Ribera Wed

San Pedro del Pinatar –
Tel 968 182 301 – Market Mon & Lo Pagan Thurs

Torre Pacheco –
Tel 968 579 937 – Market Sat/Sun & Roldan Sun, Balsicas Thurs
& Dolores Sat

Totana –
Tel 968 418 153 – Market Wed & El Pareton Fri

Yecla –