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Spring festival in Murcia, Spain

In Murcia there is an exciting festival every year that takes place one week after Easter. It starts out with “Bando de la Huerta” which is a parade with farmers that stroll through the town dressed in their national costumes along with their farm animals. After this is “Dia del Pastel de Carne” meaning the day of pastries with meat in them. On this day the local bakeries hand out these pastries to everyone who is at the festival. The next day is “Fiesta de la Primavera” where people dance and enjoy themselves while the streets are decorated with lots of flowers and wagons stroll through the streets of the town with bands that play music. The last day is called “Entierro de la Sardina” and on this day people bury sardines and ignite fireworks. Near Mazarron you can find the two towers “La Cumbre” and “Los Caballos” as well as an amazing landscape where wind and water form sandstones that must not be missed. In Aguilas there are beaches that stretch for many kilometers with crystal clear water. These are very popular among scuba divers. In the old part of the town Aguilas is a castle called “San Juan de Aguilas” which was built in 1569 for defensive purposes. By its roots lie the harbor that has a traditional black and white striped lighthouse which has been used since the middle of the 19th century. With a NOVASOL holiday home in Murcia you will be able to experience all of these exciting attractions and much more. Mar Menor is a lagoon that has a saltwater lake that is split into two parts by a narrow strip of land that is over 22 kilometers long. The area has many beaches with turquoise water and it is a very popular tourist destination. There are many golf resorts in this area as well. Near Plaza Bohemia is a wide range of restaurants, bars and nightclubs that you can explore while on your holiday to Murcia. Book your NOVASOL holiday home in Murcia now and explore.