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The Countryside

To the North of Murcia we find dry farm land on both sides of the river Segura, which waters the Huerta and later joins the river GuadalentĂ­n.

In the centre, a mountain range crosses the region from East to West, taking in the Carrascoy Mountains, the Cabezo Del Puerto the Cresta Del Gallo, Columbares and other smaller examples.

To the South the dry lands, which used to be used as pasture, have nowadays, thanks to the Tajo- Segura aqueduct, been transformed into agricultural areas yielding mainly citrus fruits and almonds. There are two nature reserves in the region, El Valle, which is close to the city and is made up of 1900 hectares and the Carrascoy and Puerto, 600 hectares in size and the place where you can find the ranch Metal Blanco, which has a nature-learning centre.

Murcia guide

Murcia map
Murcia history
Murcia geographics
Murcia transports
Murcia Nature Reserve
Murcia festivities
Murcia Walks
Murcia Cathedral
Murcia Romea Theatre

Murcia Monuments
Murcia Museums
From the River to the Alameda
From the Malecon to the Auditorium
From San Francisco Sq to Sta Isabel Sq
From la Merced to San Juan Sq.
Murcia Surroundings

Useful Numbers
Murcia gastronomy

The Coast of Murcia
The Countryside of Murcia
La Huerta de Murcia
Visiting La Huerta
Murcia religious sculptures
Murcia accommodation
Murcia restaurants

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