Bungalows of new construction in Los Alcázares with views to the Golf. They are distributed of a living-dining room, American style kitchen with all appliances included. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Precious and large terrace with golf views on one side and the community pool on the other hand with beautiful green areas. Solarium. Garage space. Close to all services, bars, restaurants and leisure.
Los Alcázares is a Spanish municipality in the Region of Murcia, with 15,349 inhabitants in 2017, located on the banks of the Mar Menor. For various organisms, it is included in the Campo de Cartagena region, 2 3 4 However, in 1982 it was included in the Comarca del Mar Menor.5 Until 1983 it was divided into two halves that belonged to Torre-Pacheco and San Javier. From that year, it segregates and unifies.
It is located in the plain called Campo de Cartagena, occupying 9 km on the coast of the Mar Menor, with five kilometers faltered by a seafront. In the southern part it extends to the rambla of El Albujón.
Natural Protected Areas
Los Alcázares has, within its municipal area, two protected areas belonging to the open spaces and islands of the Mar Menor, which have the following categories: natural park, Site of Community Importance (SCI) and Special Protection Area for Birds (ZEPA) ).
La Hita beach is located north of the municipality on the banks of the Mar Menor. The protected space is shared with the municipality of San Javier. It is a wetland, formed mainly by reeds (Phragmites australis) among those that nest birds such as stilts, the little tern, the reed warbler or the gray heron.6
The Marina del Carmolí. This space is located south of the municipality, also on the banks of the Mar Menor, and is shared with the municipality of Cartagena. It is a salt marsh located north of the Carmolí hill, covered with halophytic vegetation (adapted to soils laden with salts), such as soda (Suaeda vera), salicornia (Sarcocornia fruticosa), sea lettuce (Limonium cossonianum). The most important community of plants in this space are, due to their rarity, the typical salt steppes albardinals, integrated by the albardín (Lygeum spartum) and the everlasting purple (Limonium caesium). In the frequent pools that form in the protected area it is possible to find a species of fish, endemic to the Spanish Mediterranean coasts, in serious danger of extinction, the fartet (Aphanius iberus).
Beach of Las Palmeras.
Playa de Las Salinas Beach accessible to the handicapped
Playa de Los Narejos Beach accessible to the handicapped
Playa de Las Palmeras Beach accessible to the handicapped
Playa del Espejo Beach accessible to the handicapped
Playa de Manzanares Beach accessible to the handicapped
Playa de Manzanares
Playa de Manzanares
Playa Carrión Beach accessible to the disabled
Playa de La Concha Beach accessible to the disabled
Beach of La Hita
The Los Alcazares area has developed into, and becoming a major golf destination in southeastern Spain. Los Alcazares has several high quality golf courses in close proximity, including Roda Golf (18 holes), La Serena Golf, the five star Intercontinental Mar Menor Golf and Spa resort, and the five star La Manga Club – both championship venues. The region is a well-known golf destination due to its warm winter climate and variety of golf courses in the area. Courses are open year-round. Most of the courses have some form of Bermuda grass mixtures. There are over 30 golf courses within 1 hour drive from Los Alcazares.
The region is also known for the Nicklaus Golf Trail.