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Real Club Embarcadero Santiago de la Ribera, Murcia, Spain
Real Club Embarcadero Santiago de la Ribera, also known as Port of Santiago de la Ribera, is located in the lovely town that wears the same name, on the shores of the Mar Menor. It is located in the province of Murcia and it has a fantastic shore, with sandy beaches and tall buildings that can be seen from offshore. This is a well-developed marina that specializes in organizing nautical activities and contests. Tourists can explore this beautiful resort on the Costa Calida, while enjoying the special lagoon with warm waters and high salinity. While in town, visiting the Parish of St James, the Monument “Doors to the Sea”, the sculpture tribute to the pilgrim and many other important landmarks can turn out to be an interesting experience. Santiago de la Ribera also has entertaining festivities all year round. During summertime, travellers can participate to the popular fiesta Virgen del Carmen, Feast of the Patron Santiago, the Summer Carnival and many more.
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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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