16 days in Region of Murcia Itinerary

16 days in Region of Murcia Itinerary

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Fly to Alicante International Airport, Drive to Jumilla
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Jumilla
— 6 nights
Drive
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Lorca
— 4 nights
Drive
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San Pedro del Pinatar
— 5 nights
Drive to San Javier Airport, Fly to Dublin Airport

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Jumilla

Jumilla is a town in southeastern Spain. Get a sense of the local culture at Bodegas Luzon and Bodegas Hacienda Del Carche. Appreciate the collections at Museo del Vino and Museo Arqueologico Municipal de Yecla. Explore Jumilla's surroundings by going to Bodegas Castano (in Yecla) and Calasparra (Cueva Del Puerto & Santuario Virgen de la Esperanza). Next up on the itinerary: do a tasting at Bodega Hijos de Juan Gil, tour the pleasant surroundings at Ruta de Santa Ana, explore the striking landscape at Ruta de la pedrera, and don't miss a visit to Castillo de Jumilla.

For where to stay, maps, and tourist information, use the Jumilla trip planning website.

Dublin, Ireland to Jumilla is an approximately 8-hour combination of flight and car. You can also drive. Due to the time zone difference, you'll lose 1 hour traveling from Dublin to Jumilla. Traveling from Dublin in January, you will find days in Jumilla are a bit warmer (19°C), and nights are about the same (5°C). On the 10th (Thu), you're off to Lorca.

Things to do in Jumilla

Wineries · Parks · Wildlife · Nature

Side Trips

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Lorca

Lorca is a municipality and city in the autonomous community of Murcia in southeastern Spain, 36mi southwest of the city of Murcia. Let the collections at Museo Azul de la Semana Santa and Museo Paso Blanco capture your imagination. Step off the beaten path and head to Lorca Taller del Tiempo and Cejo de los Enamorados. Explore Lorca's surroundings by going to Caravaca de la Cruz (Casa-Museo Caballos del Vino & Basilica Santuario de la Vera Cruz), Ermita de la Purisima Concepcion (in Cehegin) and Aguilas (Isla del Fraile & Cuatro Calas). Next up on the itinerary: see the interesting displays at Centro de Artesania de Lorca, explore the historical opulence of Castle Of Lorca, steep yourself in history at Casa Consistorial de Lorca, and take in the architecture and atmosphere at Iglesia de San Francisco.

Start your trip to Lorca by creating a personalized itinerary on Inspirock.

Traveling by car from Jumilla to Lorca takes 1.5 hours. In January in Lorca, expect temperatures between 19°C during the day and 5°C at night. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 14th (Mon) early enough to drive to San Pedro del Pinatar.

Things to do in Lorca

Outdoors · Parks · Historic Sites · Beaches

Side Trips

5
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San Pedro del Pinatar

San Pedro del Pinatar is a small town and municipality in the autonomous community and province of Murcia, southeastern Spain. Get in touch with nature at Playa de Calblanque and Scuba & Snorkeling. You'll explore and learn at Museo Historico Militar de Cartagena and Museo Del Teatro Romano. You'll find plenty of places to visit near San Pedro del Pinatar: Faro Cabo de palos (in Cabo de Palos), Cartagena (Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Faro de Navidad, &more) and Museo Minero de La Union (in La Union). The adventure continues: get outside with Parque Regional Salinas, make a trip to Palacio Consistorial, and stroll through Las Charcas Mud Baths.

For maps, traveler tips, more things to do, and tourist information, you can read our San Pedro del Pinatar trip builder website.

Traveling by car from Lorca to San Pedro del Pinatar takes 1.5 hours. In January, plan for daily highs up to 18°C, and evening lows to 7°C. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 19th (Sat) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in San Pedro del Pinatar

Outdoors · Museums · Historic Sites · Beaches

Side Trips

Region of Murcia travel guide

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Specialty Museums · Art Museums · Landmarks
The region of Murcia offers both tranquil countryside and cities rich in historical landmarks, as it served as the frontier land between Christian Castile and Muslim Andalusia. With attractive main cities and over 150 km (93 mi) of Mediterranean coastline, the region has experienced a resurgence in tourism over the last decade highlighting the area’s cultural festivals, gastronomy, historic sites, and year-round warm weather. The wine country here is lush and, along with its colorful fruit orchards, embodies the region’s untouched natural charm.