The Region of Murcia has a broad historical and cultural heritage with its significant historical tradition, the multitude of influences and strategic position, a place of both marine and peninsular transition. Among their cultural heritage highlights Cartagena, a city with more than 3,000 years old, where you can visit the Port of Cultures, the Punic Wall and Roman remains as the Roman theater and the Casa de la Fortuna. The region also has places of pilgrimage as Caravaca de la Cruz or Lorca, a city with great historical value.
The diversity of cultures that have influenced the Region of Murcia is also one of the hallmarks of your kitchen. Excellent vegetables from the garden, tasty meats, fish and seafood, rice, and not forgetting the authentic Mediterranean diet, Murcia has all the ingredients to satisfy your appetite while enjoying everything else offers this unforgettable place.
Hacienda Del Álamo – Road map
The Murcia region offers excellent road network, with easy access from the major cities of Spain. Hacienda del Alamo enjoys an excellent location. In recent years the infrastructure of the region has become one of the best in Spain.
Easy access to the airports of Alicante and Murcia San Javier
- The RM-2 highway has excellent connections to the road network of the area
A-30 (called Highway of Murcia) which starts in Cartagena, while passing-through Murcia and Albacete to continue to Madrid.
The European route E15 is part of Class A roads north-south route, with a tracing of 3,627 km, linking Inverness, north of the UK, via France along the east cost of Spain, to end in Algeciras.