Check at your local Tourist Office for full details of Events

The use of masks, complying with safety distances and the use of hydroalcoholic gel is mandatory.

Aguilas

www.aguilas.org 

Tel 968 493 285 – Sat Market

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

Sunday 5th December – Free Sendero (Walk) from Marina de Cope-Aguilas

Contemporáneos de Coronado Permanent Art Exhibition – Auditorio Doña Elena

Thur-Sun 7pm-10pm

Carnival Museum

Visit this new museum in the Francisco Rabal Cultural House to see some of the amazing carnival costumes. The costumes will be changed each year to show those from the most recent carnival festival.

Open Tues-Sat 9am-2pm & 4pm-9pm

Ruta del Ferrocarril 

Check at Tourist Office for availability. 

Classical Music @ Infanta Elena Auditorium

Friday 10th December – Cartagena Symphonic String Orchestra – in honour of all COVID victims.

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 tohttp://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.

Thursday 2nd December – Once Upon a Time Stories & Legends by Paco Espado Hernandez @ Teatro Cine Velasco 8.30pm

Saturday 4th December – Walk through Alhama 4.30pm from Tourist Office

Saturday 4th (Spanish) & Tuesday 7th (English) DecemberFree 45min Guided Visit to the Los Baños Archaeological Museum – 11am

Friday 10th– Wednesday 29th December – Exhibition by Students from Formateart Ass. @ Posito Exhibition Centre

Sunday 12th December – Christmas Carols @ Casa Cultura 7pm 5€ donation to Spanish Cancer Ass.

Sunday 12th December – Free Children’s Gymkana 11am

Saturday 18th December – Urban Monument Tour 11am 3€ (children 2€)

Sunday 19th & Sunday 26th December – Free Theatrical Tour 11am

Saturday 25th December – Virgen del Rosario Choir & Dance Group @ Teatro Cino Velasco 8.30pm

Fuente Alamo 

Sat Market

Every WednesdayHacienda del Alamo Women’s Association Coffee Morning @ The Club House 10am-12pm

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.

Wednesday 1st, Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd December – Guided Tour of The Birth of the Wise King 3€-5€ 11.30am from La Merced Medieval Wall (C / Rambla de San Ginés)

Alfonso X the Wise was born in Toledo in 1221, this year we celebrate in Lorca the 8th anniversary of the birth of the Wise King. According to tradition, the Infante Alfonso (future Alfonso X The Wise) conquered Lorca on November 23rd 1244, the day of San Clemente, now the patron saint of the city. This walking tour will show the important scenery that borders Lorca from 1244 to 1492, such as the medieval wall, the San Antonio porch, the Rojano tower and the Casa del Artesano (built on the medieval wall).

Sunday 5th December – XVII Certamen Folk Festival @ Aguaderas

11am – Sung Mass

12pm – Cuadrillas en el calle – Music in the Street.

Events @ War Theatre XIX Century

Thursday 2nd December – 

The Wonderful World Of Drilo an outgoing and daring crocodile. 6.30pm

Tickets 10/8€

Sunday 12th December – 

Michael’s Legacythe best tribute show to the king of rock. 7pm

Tickets 24/18€

Thursday 16th December – 

Red Riding Hood 6.30pm

Tickets 5€

Saturday 18th December – 

Illusionist Enrique De León 7pm

Tickets 12/15/10€

More information at:

http://teatroguerralorca.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Teatro-Guerra-de-OaD-2021.pdf 

Mazarrón

www.mazarron.es 

Tel 968 594 426 – Sat Market 

Check at the Tourist Office for information onFree Guided Tours in Mazarrón area.

Mazarrón Town Hall has arranged walking routes that can be integrated into the teaching programme, where topics such as fauna, flora, the history of the municipality and knowledge about orientation can be discussed. There is also the option of being able to do them as a family, thus integrating culture, free time, learning and nature. Through QR codes, you can follow the routes, and access all the information, route, points of interest, challenges and tests, turning them into attractive and motivating activities. There are two routes; a cultural one, which runs through the urban environment and passes through different points of cultural interest in the municipality, such as the church of San Andrés, Castillo de los Vélez, Torre del Molinete, Town Hall and another on the outskirts which is in contact with nature.

Contact the Town Hall for more information

Puerto Lumbreras 

Tel 968 436 153 – Fri Market

Discover the historical and patrimonial wealth of Puerto Lumbreras through Medina Nogalte visiting its cave-houses and the Nogalte Castle. From Craftsman workshop cave house, reception of Medina Nogalte. 7pm. 3€ (under 10’s free). Payment due 2 days prior to visit @ ES 12 3058 0204 15 2732000020-City Hall of Puerto Lumbreras.

Please check availability as some of the evenings are already fully booked.

Totana

www.totana.es 

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

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

Saturday 4th (6.30pm) & Sunday 5th December (12pm)IV Totana Heavy Metal Festival @ Auditorio Municipal Marcos Ortiz

Calle Dr. Alberto Gray Peinado, Totana

More info @ https://www.facebook.com/METALEROSDELVALLE

Sunday 19th DecemberRuta Club Senderista: (Day of the tree) 9am-1pm

Low difficulty route to do as a family. Combine hiking with respect and care for the environment with the planting of a tree.

More info @ https://www.clubsenderistatotana.es

Saturdays – Guided Visit Museum Of The Tower Of Santiago 10am

The first level hosts the chapter house that refers to the lands of Totana; 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. The fourth level cannot be visited as it contains the current clock. The last level is the bell tower, where the second oldest bell of the Diocese is located, dating from 1470.