The whole region is an ideal environment to practice sport and specially cycling. Murcia is made of flat areas, mountains and two seas within one coast (Mediterranean and Menor Sea) with astonishing cliffs, dreamy and lonely white-sand beaches, lively ports, wild inlets and crystalline waters. The average temperature is over 18 ° C. and we can enjoy around 3.000 hours of sunlight a year which makes Costa Calida the perfect setting for outdoor sports.
Murcia is cater by two main airports; San Javier and Alicante both 35’ driving from the city centre hold regular flights from numerous European cities.
It is located in the south-east part of the peninsula and belongs to the vast land embraced by subtropical weather.
Its main features are high temperatures and low precipitation levels. Its topography ranges from 0 up to 2.027 meters of height and entails a great weather variety.
Sierra Espuña mountains together with La Pila and el Carche are some of the most suitable scenery for endurance and race-simulation cycling training.
The territory of the region of Murcia is quite mountainous and rugged; the mountain ranges frequently exceed 1,000 meters (Espuña, El Gigante, Mojantes, Carche, Pila) and even the 2,000 (Revolcadores). The highlands extend through the N.E .. A set of valleys, depressions, plains and basins, furrow the main mountain alignments. Ideal for cycling training.
Two seas on a single coast (the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean), impressive cliffs, paradisiacal and solitary beaches of endless white sand, lively ports and wild coves with mirror waters, more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and mild temperatures ( even in winter), with an annual average of more than 18ºC. This is the Costa Cálida, the ideal destination to spend unforgettable days of rest and recuperation, be it winter or summer.