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Club Nautico Dos Mares, Murcia, Spain
Club Nautico Dos Mares, also known as Port Dos Mares is situated in La Manga del Mar Menor, the beautiful sand strip that spreads on a 24 km distance, being divided between Cartagena and San Javier. It is a fascinating place that was naturally formed by sand accumulations and is inhabited for more than 5000 years, representing a water sports paradise during all seasons. There are 11 sailing schools in the area, which is why many water enthusiasts who enjoy practising nautical activities are attracted to this place. There is a wide variety of amazing underwater plants and animals that can be observed during diving sessions in this area, creating unforgettable moments for all tourists. Many places of historical interest can be visited in La Manga del mar Menor, too, such as the archaeological site of Las Amoladeras town which dates back to the Neolithic. Old buildings like La Encanizada or remains of the Greek walls are also amazing sites that are worth visiting during the stay.
Facilities of Club Nautico Dos Mares
Residual water collection
Cancellation Policy of Club Nautico Dos Mares : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Murcia
The region of Murcia, or the Comunidad Autonoma de la Region de Murcia, is one of the 17 regions of Spain, being located in the south-eastern side of the country. Murcia is located on the Seguera River and between Valencia, Andalucia and Castilla-La Mancha and it only has one province. The capital of the region is the city of Murcia, other popular destinations being Cartagena, Los Alcazares, la Manga des Mar Menor, San Javier and Puerto de Mazarron. This beautiful side of Spain is enriched by the rich vegetation, by the fertile lands and the green areas that surround the modern attractions.
Murcia was founded in 825 by the Emir of Cordoba and it was known as Madinat Mushiyah. The majority of the population was Arab and the entire city was built following the Arab culture and knowledge. Most of today’s monuments date since the XIVth century in both the city and the rural areas. The museums and exhibitions offer the best opportunities to admire the ancient cultu... more info
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