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San Pedro del Pinatar

San Pedro del Pinatar is located on the Mar Menor, the natural lagoon naturally created by La Manga strip, on the Mediterranean Costa Calida, at the northern border of Murcia with Alicante. The town is a fishing port, as well as a magnate for tourism.

San Pedro del Pinatar is 46 kilometres from Murcia and 87 kilometres from Alicante. The International Airport Murcia San Javier is just 15 minutes drive.

There are some absolutely fantastic beaches in and around the town of San Pedro del Pinatar. Drive out to the dunes of Playa de la Torre Derribada and Llana beach, where there is a sports harbour and a restaurant, along with ample parking. From here the views of the distant mountains, the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor, and La Manga are excellent. Stay till the early evening to enjoy the amazing sunset.

Water sports can be enjoyed at Mojon, and the sports harbour at Las Salinas.

The town itself has excellent sports facilities including tennis and paddle. Hire a bike and enjoy the local scenery as you peddle lazily along the flat quiet roads. Runners and walkers alike will enjoy the promenade and beaches for their chosen activity.

The Saltmill of Quintin located on the “Playa de la Mota” used to take water from the Mar Menor to the salt-works. A modern pump next to it has overtaken its function. You can see the flamingos feeding amongst the reeds on the salt flats.

Villamartin and Campoamar golf courses are close by for excellent, challenging, good value golf. For an exclusive treat go down to the world famous La Manga club to enjoy a round on one of the three fabulously manicured courses there.

The Mercadillo de Artesania “El Sal” is a periodic market (check with the tourist office when you are there as the days change according to season); an arts and craft (including musical instruments) market which takes place in Parque de los Reyes de España y Explanada de Lo Pagán.

The centre of San Pedro del Pinatar has plenty of shops, boutiques, and banks. For international shopping head for Murcia.

There are several of the bars in town that are lively until the early hours.

San Pedro del Pinatar enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with cool sea breezes in summer and protection by surrounding mountains against the cold North winds in winter. The area averages nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and the average temperature easily exceeds 20 degrees.