Cabo de Palos

Panorámica de Cabo de Palos Cabo de Palos is a fishing village in the Southeast of the Region of Murcia, between Cartagena and Mar Menor. This little village is perhaps the last step in Cordillera Bética, the mountain range that stretches across Southern Spain. The result of this geographical whim is a small 400-meter peninsula with breathtaking coves and beaches such as Cala Túnez, Cala Fría, Cala Roja, Cala Reona and Cala Flores, among others.

For many years now, Cabo de Palos is part of Estación Náutica del Mar Menor, a Marine Resort that is certainly a guarantee for tourist looking for a wide array of sea sports, especially scuba diving. In fact, the Cabo de Palos seabed is one of the main marine reserves in the Mediterranean Region, with a spot that stands out above the rest: Islas Hormigas, a source of biodiversity where amazing posidonia beds are the most remarkable feature.

A stroll around the fishing port reveals many typical restaurants where one can enjoy excellent local fish, tapas and caldero, a rice dish made with rockfish, intense in flavor, and cooked in a foundry pot used by fishermen back in the days.

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Panorámica de Cabo de Palos
Faro de Cabo de Palos
La Manga y Cabo de Palos
Paseo en el Puerto de Cabo de Palos
Puerto de Cabo de Palos
Playa Zeneta. Junto al Puerto
Isla Hormiga
Paseo hacia el Faro
Cala del Muerto
Antigua casa de Correos
Casa de pescadores
Buceo en Cabo de Palos
Cala del Descargador
Punta de los Saleros
Cala Fría
Cala Reona
Playa de Levante
Cala Túnez
Cala Mayor
Panorámica de Cabo de Palos


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