Cabo de Palos
Cabo de Palos is located in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and a population of the municipality of Cartagena, in the Region of Murcia known for its historic lighthouse S. XIX.
The town of Cabo de Palos, originally a fishing village, is nowadays a tourist town known for its gastronomy, especially for its "Caldero del Mar Menor", a local recipe based on rice and fish from the area, and as diving destination thanks to the incredible seabed that has.
Cabo de Palos is also part of the Mar Menor Nautical Station, which ensures both the native and tourist a wide range of water sports, especially diving, at all times of the year, thanks to the warm weather of southeastern Spain.
In addition, it has a wide variety of bars and restaurants whose culinary level is exquisite and a wide range of nightlife.