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The bay of Mazarron is a gulf area that extends from Cabo Tinoso to Cabo Cope.  A coastline that is rich in diversity, where you can find an abundance of breathtaking forms of excavations, or erosions, hence carving out almost 40 beaches.   Added to this – a winter average temperature of 18 degrees and a summer average temperature of 32 degrees, plus 320 days of sunshine per year, you can appreciate that the bay of Mazarron is a real paradise.  

The bay of Mazarron is one of Spain’s best-kept secrets, with its own fishing port and over 35 klm of spectacular coastline.  Far away from the busy tourist resorts but with easy access to both Alicante and Murcia airports. 

A dream location with affordable living. 

World Health Organisation statistics – state that the Costa Calida has one of the healthiest climates in Europe.

Mazarron Bay

Mazarron, 7 klm inland is a bustling little town and Puerto de Mazarron has an active fishing harbour with colourful little boats and fishermen repairing their nets on the quayside. The main tourist attraction of Puerto de Mazarron are the beautiful beaches that stretch along the coast from La Azohia to Bolneuvo.  Near the port, alongside the long beaches, tourist development is low key; catering mostly for the Spanish, and on the hills behind is a scattering of private villas.

Food is good in Mazarron, particularly fresh fish and many of the bars and restaurants, offer a huge variety of tapas.

New motorways have opened up the coastal area of Mazarron to pioneer investors who wish to buy in an area that boasts some of the finest beaches in Spain.

The bay is enclosed by mountain ranges and this gives the Mazarron area a microclimate, which results in more than 320 days of sunshine per year.  The generally untouched nature of the rugged mountainous coastline reminds English visitors of Cornwall.

A fascinating drive from Mazarron is the road south to Aguilas, which winds through dramatic desert and mountain scenery with hills of slate and other minerals of various colours.  Aguilas is a pleasant old port and market town.

Local industry

The main industry is fishing and tourism.  Inland the area is mostly farming land set to Orange, Lemon, Almond, Olives and Figs. The Mazarron area is famous for its tomato crop, whilst further south towards Aguilas; this area is known as the salad bowl of Europe because of the vast variety of fruit and vegetables grown and exported.


Bolnuevo  - an unspoilt paradise.

Bolnuevo is a small traditional fishing village to the west of the Puerto de Mazarron.  Set between the coast and the foothills of the Sierra de Las Moreras. 

There are a wide variety of bars and restaurants where you can enjoy the local gastronomic delights and wines, or stroll and browse along the local shops. The sandy beach is one of the largest in the area. Even in high season when other beaches are crowded, Bolnuevo maintains that much needed feeling of space to feel free and relaxed.

Bolnuevo beach also has the stunning natural phenomenon. “Cidudad Encantada” joint mushroom shaped monoliths carved out of sandstone by wind and rain over the centuries.

The whole surrounding area is carved out of the rugged landscape forming individual sandy coves and beachheads of outstanding beauty.

Local Sports & Entertainment

The local area offers many sports and entertainment options as follows:-

Blue flag beaches – some of the best in southern Spain, Bowling, Flat countryside suitable for Cycling, many Dive Centres, Fishing, Go Karting, Horse Riding, Jeep Safaris, Quad Biking, Sailing, Snorkelling in the warm waters of the med, Superb golf courses within a short drive from Mazarron, promenades and country walks.

There are also many Nightclubs, Bars and Restaurants both British and Spanish. 

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