Tel 968 493 285 – Sat Market

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

Carnival – 15thth February

Sunday 2nd February – Free Theatrical Tour – 10.30am from Tourist Office

Saturday 8th February – Free Guided Tour of Historic Aguilas – 11am from Tourist Office

Sunday 16th February (Spanish)Ruta del Ferrocarril (Railway Route)

Auditorio Infanta Elena 

Friday 7th February – Badun Tsss! with Yampo Theatre. 9pm. 6€

Promusica Concerts – 9pm -10€/15€ (season ticket 100€/45€ for children/students)

Saturday 8th February – OSRM & Coral Orpheus Music play Verdi’s Requiem 9pm.

Friday 6th March – Chamber Music Concert with pianists Bertrand Giraud & Bruno Canino

Friday 27th March – OSRM playing Tchaikovsky & Mendelsson

Sunday 9th February – Children’s Theatre @ Casa de Cultura 12pm 4€

Friday 14th February – Humorous Theatre 9pm 12€

Alhama de Murcia

Tel 968 633 51

Tues Market

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

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

Fuente Alamo

Sat Market

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


Tel 968 441 914 

Thurs 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 Mon-Fri (15€). Check at Tourist Office for full details.

Saturday 1st, Thursday 13th & Sunday 16th February – Full day visiting Moorish Lorca 12€

Full details from Tourist Office

Sunday 2nd & 9th February – Guided Tour of Historic Lorca 11.30am

Contact Tourist Office

Sunday 23rd February – 45 min Free Theatrical Tour of Lorca 11.30am from Tourist Office. Booking essential.


Tel 968 594 426

Sat Market 

Carnival– 8th February- 1st March

Free Guided Tours in Mazarrón area.

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

Environmental Programme ‘To Value The Landscape Of Mazarrón’

The project will have 45 routes that will cover from the beaches to the mountains through to archaeological sites. They will embrace beaches such as La Isla or El Mojón and mountains such as Las Herrerías. The initiative involves FACSA, ESAMUR, the Mazarrón Ecopark and the 112 Emergency Coordination Centre. 

Mazarrón Sports Schools

Activities include Mountain Bike, Rhythmic Gymnastics and Beach Volley and are aimed at children and young people between 3 and 18 years and are priced at 75€ for the whole year (except for the two related to water sports taught by Bahía Surf Club and Escuela Grímpola, which cost 100€ and 150€ respectively). The table tennis school is completely free. There are discounts for members of large families and for those who can certify a 33% disability. 

More information at the Town Hall.

Real Madrid Foundation – 7th Year

There are more than 60 places available for children between 5 and 17 years. They have already given almost 500 children from the area the experience of playing football with the Real Madrid camp. Each week, in the municipal sports complex of the Media Legua, sessions are held for minors from the local social services for an education in Values and Sports and Football Training.

Visit the Antonio Paredes Museum which was created as a tribute to so many good people who lost their lives in the mines of Mazarrón.

For more information go to the Tourist Office.

Campaign To Prevent Animals From Being Given Away As If They Were A Toy.

The Department of Animal Welfare launched a campaign over Christmas, when many puppies and other pets are given away, with some of them ending up becoming ‘broken toys’ and abandoned. The council wants to promote the adoption of dogs to avoid abandonment of these animals. Councillor Silvia García emphasized that animals are not suitable as gifts and that they must be taken care of. The annual abandonment figures in Spain are around 140,000 animals and adoption instead of purchase is an essential message to get across to people.

Puerto Lumbreras – 

Tel 968 436 153

Fri Market

Saturdays (6.30pm) & Sundays (11am) 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.


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 

Carnival – 22ndth February 

Saturdays – Free 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.

Ruta de Club Senderista 7.30am

Sunday 9th February – Pliego. 12km. (medium)

Sunday 16th February – Casas Nuevas. 14km (difficult)

Sunday 1st March – Al Berro. 16km (difficult)

For more information go to

Sunday 23rd February – Artisan Market @ Paraje de La Santa. 10am-2pm