Popular Lettings in La Manga
Highlights in La Manga
- Mar Menor Boat Trips
- Dramatized Tours of La Manga Strip
- Port of Deportivo Tomas Maestre
- Miles of Sandy Beaches
- Puente de la Risa
Most popular in La Manga
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in La Manga
Looking for the ideal rental tucked in a serene beach environment? Head over to La Manga for the ultimate getaway. You'll find a large variety of cosy, fully-furnished holiday lettings in Costa Calida, Murcia, Punta Brava, and San Javier. The 21km stretch (from Cabo de Palos to Punta Del Marjon) boasts of rentals suitably located within walking distance from the western end of the coastline. Whether you prefer an intimate morning stroll or a steamy horse ride, you're sure to discover a broad selection of beautiful lettings at Cartagena beach or La Manga Countryside; an ideal setting to truly disconnect from the bustle of the cityCustom size holiday rentals
Whether you are traveling with your spouse, friends, or family, holiday lettings in La Manga offer excellent group amenities, including balconies, terraces, enclosed gardens, and extensive pools. Holiday makers will be spoilt for choice, with letting options ranging from modernistic flats, renovated traditional homes, and various other house styles of every size. If your idea of a holiday is to soak up in the warm rays or indulge in the local gastronomy, you won't be disappointed!
Holidays in La Manga
The area and getting around
Fancy a trip to one of Spain's most alluring coast strips? Search no more! Separating Mel Manor from the Mediterranean coastline, the antique sleeve of La Manga is famous for its healing saltwater. Take a walk along the breathtaking Costa Calida coves, relax in the pristine ocean scene, or enjoy the local cuisine courtesy of many resorts located a stone-throw away. Also, it would be best if you savored the local specialty 'Arroz Caldero'- the creamy Murcian rice served with smoked fish. Do not forget to practice your favourite water sports, visit the local theme park, or engage in a vibrant nightlife!The focal point of Murcia
Linked to Murcia by a 51km road stretch, La Manga serves as a vital tourist hub for surrounding towns. To the north, famous for its Roman Catholic roots, San Javier offers an insight into the history of Mar Menor that spans over 2,000 years. If you are looking for an emerald town, Cartagena to the south is dotted with colourful buildings, castles, and boasts an ultramodern skyscraper Bocagrande. Further west is the industrial town of Alcantarilla, an up-market location filled with ethnological museums and water parks.
Travellers and activities
Fancy a dive into the snuggly ocean waters? La Manga's setting between two seas is ideal for every kind of water sports. If you are around Capo de Palos, head to Balyksub and indulge in diving lessons, with a spectacular view of Mediterranean eels, barracudas, and giant groupers. There are a dozen boat riding possibilities a few kilometres away! Hop onto a yacht and ride into Isla Grosa (a marine wildlife reserve) through the Canal del Estacio. Alternatively, enjoy a 3-hour ride across the Manor to rural settlements like Los Alvarez and Santiago de la Ribera.La Manga for beach lovers
A trip to the medieval strip of La Manga is incomplete without exploring the more than 44km of beach sand! Stroll on the promenades lining the beaches while you discover the crystalline waters, rocky outcrops, white sands, and the immaculate view across the bay. Want to find more? Leisurely walk to La Punta Brava, north of Mar Menor, and admire the pristine area while taking a snap or two! Immersed in a protected natural reserve is Calblanque, which will provide you a paradisiacal atmosphere for daytime relaxation. Straddle further up the coastline and discover La Cala beach, a nautical locale that offers exclusive services such as restrooms, sunbeds, lounges, and bars.
The Mar Menor was once an open bay overlooking the Mediterranean. Over time, volcanic extremes have formed a dense strip of vegetation joining both ends.
Top 5 travel tips in La Manga
Discover the extensive Marina that offers access to a 24km sand strip from Cabo De Palos to the east. You'll find over 1,700 mooring berths and a fully-furnished Club Nautico. Grab a drink or a snack in any of the adjacent restaurants while enjoying the stunning view of sunset.2. Discover Puente de la Risa
Relish a bridge over the Mediterranean? Hop onto a local bus and make your way to Cartagena, where you'll witness the end of La Manga strip. Then hike on the Punte de la Risa Bridge and let your eyes feast over the sprawling ocean waters down below.3 Live a golf experience
Spare some time to the La Manga Golf Club, located just a few-minute drive from the coast. Hushed in 1400 acres of the captivating countryside, La Manga Club is a top-notch golf course boasting full-size football fields and tennis courts. Sharpen your golfing skills while soaking up in warm mid-morning sun.4 Take a stroll on the high street
Take a daytime walk along the 21km road, which runs the full length of the strip. You'll find shops and eateries on either side, so take your pick! Parking is free too.5 Engage in the vibrant nightlife like a local
When it comes to nightlife, the choice in La Manga del Mar Menor is between Plaza Bohemia and Zoco, or one of the ample relaxing bars by the beach (if you prefer a quieter evening). Take a trip off the strip (south) to find some of La Manga's more clamorous club establishments, featuring open terraces and a few set adjacent to the waters.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in La Manga
Based on its annual average price of £116.09, La Manga is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in Spain.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in La Manga?
If you want to save as much as posisble during your visit to La Manga, go there in March (£96.55 per night on average), May (£99.34), or October (£102.26) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.When does the price of holiday rentals in La Manga go up the most?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£182.38), July (£155.04), and September (£112.03).Do I need to plan a trip to La Manga well in advance?
When visiting La Manga, it is not necessary to plan well in advance, as the percentage of rentals booked is only 39%.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
In 2019, the months with more free accommodation in La Manga were May, April, and March with average availabilities of 82.5%, 82% and 80.2%, respectively.When are fewer lettings available?
According to data from 2019, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in La Manga are, in order, August (with 20.6% of available rentals), July (30.5%), and June (46.8%).How many holiday rentals are there in La Manga?
In La Manga we work with 23 different providers to give you a choice of 700 properties, so you will not be short of options!