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Price and Availability Index in Murcia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Murcia
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Murcia. Murcia is more expensive in July (20/07 - 27/07), where prices are on average £84 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in January (19/01 - 26/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Murcia
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. It is in November that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (02/11 - 09/11). On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of April (27/04 - 04/05).
The weather in Murcia
The above is a climate diagram for Murcia. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 31° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Murcia, with temperatures going under 7°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Your Ideal Sunny Holiday Home in Majestic Murcia
Rich in Spanish history and culture, Murcia is a great place to visit numerous cathedrals, castles, and monasteries. Not far from the country's south-east coast, family beach trips are also a snap — or you can just lounge on the banks of the Segura river, which runs right through this beautiful city.
A trove of culture
The province of Murcia is home to Caravaca de la Cruz, the Fifth Holy City of Catholic Christianity, attracting a million annual pilgrims. Caravaca's impressive basilica dominates the skyline. Other highlights nearby include Lorca, variously known as the 'city of the sun', and the 'town of one hundred shields'. While staying at a holiday letting in the area, don't miss the Fortress of the Sun, the Synagograph, an archaeological park in Murcia's Jewish quarter, or the embroidery museum.
Locate your inner child
Annual festivals keep Murcia's party atmosphere going. From a baroque celebration of Easter to Bando de la Huerta, the local festivities are perfect for families, with the whole community celebrating together (costumed or not). Children will also love Murcia's plethora of local parks and playgrounds.
Home to over 1,500 animals from 200 species, you can visit all the world's continents in an afternoon at this impressive zoological park, one of the largest in Spain. Not just an animal park, this zoo is an idyllic space where the whole family will enjoy nature, learning while having fun.
600 years have passed since the original construction of this incredible building by Bishop Fernando de Pedrosa, on the site of a former Moorish mosque. Its baroque façade is an impressive example of that architectural style, while the interior Vélez Chapel is a beautiful example of late Gothic style.
Test the legendary healing effects of this natural paradise by covering yourself in clay and mud in the name of beauty. Since antiquity, this has been a spa site, and it certainly retains its atmosphere of calm. The lagoon's curative qualities are said to aid with rheumatism, arthritis and gout, as well as acne and other skin diseases. If nothing else, you'll certainly be relaxed after your visit!
Episcopal Palace of Murcia
Located in Cardenal Belluga Square, the Episcopal Palace is a lofty example of the 18th century style of Murcian craftsmen, who collaborated in its construction. The Palace towers above the rest of the municipal building, offering views of the Segura and the rest of the city. Best of all, the balcony doors of the façade were based on a design by Michelangelo.
Museo de Arqueologia
This museum's collection came from contributions from the Provincial Commission of Monuments. Its 16 rooms house artefacts spanning the prehistoric, palaeolithic and Visigoth periods, allowing visitors to time travel through the institution.
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