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COSTA CALIDA AND MURCIA Make a villa rental or vacation rental on the Costa Calida your home away from home in southeastern Spain. The Murcia region offers a number of fascinating historical and architectural sights. The Mediterranean coast in this area, known as the Costa Calida, is known for its natural beauty, great climate and sandy beaches. The most outstanding natural feature in the region is the Mar Menor, a 100-square-mile salt water lagoon blessed with calm, shallow water and a constant breeze. Here, guests of Murcia and Costa Calida vacation rentals can enjoy a wide variety of water sports, including swimming, sailing, water skiing, windsurfing, canoeing and jet skiing. Mar Menor's beaches are popular with families due to the warm shallow water. Along the coast, guests of Costa Calida villas and vacation rentals will find resort towns, including Los Alcazares and Santiago de la Ribera, and quaint fishing villages such as Aguilas and Cabo de Palos. The marine reserve of Islas Hormigas is known as one of Spain's best SCUBA diving sites. Protected parklands, such as Calblanque Natural Park and the San Pedro del Pinatar Salt Flats and Natural Park, give guests of Costa Calida vacation rentals the opportunity to enjoy the unspoiled natural beauty of this area. The Murcia region offers a number of outstanding golf courses, including those at the Polaris World and La Manga Club resorts. La Manga features three championship courses and has been voted Europe's top golf resort. The regional capital city of Murcia has a long history shaped by a fusion of various cultures. Guests of Murcia villas and vacation rentals can visit the Palacio Episcopal, the Catedral de Santa Maria, built in the 14th through 16th centuries, the 16th century Monasterio de los Jeronimos, and several lovely churches. The archeological museum contains some interesting Arabic ceramics and paintings. Cartagena, founded in 223 B.C. by the Carthaginians, was occupied b