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.
Tel 968 493 285 – Sat Market
Every Saturday – Antique & Collectable Market near the Railway Station. From 10am
Saturday 16th July – Free Guided Walk. Discover Cabo Cope/Puntas de Calnegre on this 4.7km walk of approx 2.5 hours. 9.30am. Booking through Aguilas Tourist Information Centre
Contemporáneos de Coronado Permanent Art Exhibition – Auditorio Doña Elena, Thu-Sun 7pm-10pm
Carnival Museum – Visit this 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 & 4-9pm
Ruta del Ferrocarril – Check at Tourist Office for availability
Alhama de Murcia
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.
Every Wednesday – Hacienda del Alamo Women’s Association Coffee Morning @ The Club House 10am-12pm
Tel 968 441 914 – Thurs Market
Thursday-Saturdays in July – Live Music in various locations from a number of artistes. Every Thursday, Friday (except 15th) and Saturday (except 2nd). 7-10pm. Email Lorca Tourist Centre for further information and venues on firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorca Castle – general entry 6€. Guided Tours available in English for 4€ on Thursdays at 10.30am (22€ to include lunch), with special packages on Sundays. Check at Tourist Office for full details.
Tel 968 594 426 – Sat Market
Boot fair Mariano’s every Sunday
Saturday 16th July – Artisan Market
Check at the Tourist Office for information onFree Guided Tours in Mazarrón area.
Mazarrón City Council sends its deepest condolences
to the family and friends of the former Mayor
Mazarrón City Council decrees two days of official mourning for the death of the former Mayor, Francisco García, at 59 years of age as a result of a long illness.
He was born in Bolnuevo (Mazarrón) in 1963 and completed his elementary studies at Manuela Romero School in Puerto de Mazarrón and Baccalaureate studies in Juan de la Cierva Institute of Totana.
He has a diploma in EGB and a degree in Pedagogy from the University of Murcia. Francisco was a Councillor of Mazarrón City Council and spokesman for the Municipal Socialist Group during 2003 to 2007 and 2007 to 2011. In the legislature from 2011 to 2015
he held the position of First Deputy Mayor and Town Planning Councillor. Since June 2014 to June 2015 he was Mayor of Mazarrón. In 2015 he was a Councillor of the City Hall with the CLI-AS group. He was a City Council Official in Mazarrón since 1989 with the category of Pedagogue.
The flags installed on the balcony of the Mazarrón Town Hall, as well as those of the rest of the municipal buildings flied at HALF MAST from between June 18th and June 19th as a sign of mourning and respect for the death of one of Mazarróns illustrious neighbour, and as a token of remembrance and solidarity during the mourning period. In the same way, the interior flags will shine black crepe.
Mazarrón receives the Managers of the Tourist Offices of the entire Murcia Region
After almost 3 years without being able to take place, The Mayor of Mazarrón Gaspar Miras and the Councillor for Tourism, Raquel Raja, received those responsible and invited them to enjoy a day of tourism in the municipality. On 15th June, those responsible for the tourist offices were able to enjoy Mazarrón and its beaches in a day of meetings that began with the reception at the Town Hall by the Mayor of Mazarrón and the Councillor for Tourism who gave them some memories, after that they carried out different water activities in the bay, completing a day where they were able to see first-hand the beautiful corners of the Mazarron coast
Emergency Health Facilities during Summer
On June 14th, the Mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, held a meeting with José Francisco Sedes Romero, Managing Director of Health Area II of Cartagena, with his medical and nursing management team to request and plan the services of this summers season in the health centres of Mazarrón and Puerto de Mazarrón. Also on the agenda was to discuss the health needs to which the municipality is being subjected and the lack of services provided by the Autonomous Community, with the consequent lack of attention public health service for the citizens of Mazarrón. The Managing Director told the Mayor that the emergency services will be available this summer at Puerto de Mazarrón Health Centre in the morning and afternoon, supported by a SUAP team that will provide full service coverage and an ambulance. The Mayor of Mazarrón also commented on the commitment to continue offering the Mental Health Service at Puerto de Mazarrón Medical Centre, in order to provide coverage for this much-demanded service that citizens need.
Municipal Pool Now Open/Start of Swimming Courses
The Sports Department of Mazarrón City Council informs that the
pool for bathing will be available between June 15th and September 15th, Monday to Saturday between 4pm and 9pm. This service will cost €2 per person per day but vouchers can be purchased for 10 days at 18€ per person. Swimming courses are between 9.15am and 3pm and for all ages.
For more information and registration you can call 968591852 or go to Sports Pavilion La Aceña between 9am and 2pm
Mazarrón hosts the “Blue Flag” delivery of the Murcia Region
The event was attended, amongst other guests, by the Minister of the Presidency, Tourism, Culture and Sports Marcos Ortuño, the National President of the Consumer Environmental Education Association (Adeac) José Palacios, the Mayor of Mazarrón and the Councillor for Tourism Raquel Raja. During the meeting, the distinctive blue flag was delivered to 27 beaches throughout the Region of Murcia and 7 marinas, so that in the Community there will be two more flags than in 2021. Councillor Marcos Ortuño stressed that the Region continues to improve the services provided to tourists who choose us every summer.
For his part, José Palacios, President of Adeac, stressed the importance of environmental education and respect for our natural environment and our beaches.
Meanwhile, the Mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, emphasized the work that has been carried out in the municipality to be able to wave the flags that have been granted to us, which this year are 9. 7 corresponding to the beaches of Rihuete, El Puerto, Bahía, Nares, Castellar, Alamillo and El Mojón and 2 to the two marinas that are Club de Regatas de Mazarrón and Puerto Deportivo de Mazarrón, and stressed that the commitment to achieve quality services and the addition of blue flags to more of our beaches in the future will continue.
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.
Tel 968 418 153 – Wed Market/Fri in El Pareton
Sunday 31st July
Artisan Market. Come and discover handmade ceramics, local honey and jewellery to name a few of the many artisan products for sale at Santuario de Santa Eulalia. 10am-2pm
Saturdays & Sundays – Guided Visit to La Bastida 3.40€ (2.50€ disc)10am/12pm. Book at Tourist Office
Saturdays – Guided Visit Museum of The Tower of Santiago
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. 10am