Los Alcázares

Paseo Manzanares. Los Alcázares Little coastal town in the Mar Menor area with seven kilometers of beach, from Los Narejos to Punta Brava. The economy of Los Alcázares is based mostly on the tourist industry. The town's name comes from the Arab term Al Kazar, meaning "castle" or "fortress". Back then, Los Alcázares was a retreat and resting place for rich Muslim families. In the late Middle Ages and early Modern Age, a number of defense towers were built to protect Mar Menor from the attacks of Berber pirates. The towers of Rame, Silva and Negro, among others, are still standing today.

Hotel Balneario La Encarnación was built on the shores of Los Alcázares in 1904. This spa-hotel has excellent thermal waters ideal for therapeutic treatments. If you like sports, the town's Marine Resort is perfect for sailing, windsurf and kayaking all year round because of its warm temperatures. Golf is another excellent option, either in the municipal golf course or in three private courses located just a few kilometers away.

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Paseo Manzanares. Los Alcázares
Hotel-Restaurante La Encarnación. Los Alcázares
Restaurante San Antonio. Los Alcázares
Monumento al Pescador
Monolito a la Independencia. Los Alcázares
Playa Manzanares
Casa de veraneo. Paseo Manzanares
Playa del Espejo
Playa de los Narejos
Playa de los Narejos. Barcos
Torre del Rame
Balneario en los Alcázares
Balneario en los Alcázares
Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Avenida Río Nalón
Calle de la Condesa
Calle Telégrafos
Serena Golf
Base Aérea
Rotonda de entrada a Los Alcázares


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