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Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo
Hacienda del Álamo
Strategic Location

Owing to its strategic location, our resort can be found close to numerous transport routes as well as places of interest to make your trips and journeys easier and more convenient.
At the base of the Sierra de Carrasco, Hacienda del Álamo is the ideal place to discover the Murcia region. The RM 2 dual carriageway allows you to be just a few minutes away from the two main cities in the region: Murcia and Cartagena. The resort also provides easy access to the region's network of roads and dual carriageways that will take you straight to the beach or to other regions, such as Alicante, Madrid, or Andalucía.
Hacienda del Álamo also finds itself close to the Alicante and San Javier airports, and the soon-to-be-opened Corvera airport, which is slated for inauguration in 2012 and is located no more than 7 Km from the resort. Also planned for 2012 is the arrival of the AVE high-speed train line to the region, which will connect Hacienda del Álamo with Madrid in just 2 hours.


Hacienda del Álamo is located in the Murcia region, in the south-east of Spain. This geographically- and culturally-distinct location on the Iberian peninsula makes the region a place which never ceases to amaze. Moreover, it offers its visitors a high-quality tourist experience and a wide range of natural, cultural, gastronomic and leisure possibilities. The Murcia region has earned its place as the ideal destination to enjoy great quality of life.

The Coast

Bathed by the Mediterranean sea, the Murcian coastline enjoys more than 170 km of sun-drenched beaches, quiet coves and steep cliffs. This area, christened the Costa Cálida, the “Warm Coast”, is not just known for its fine sandy beaches, but also for its picturesque fishing, its sailing and water sports as well as for the Mar Menor, an environment unique to the Mediterranean.

The Climate The Climate

The Murcia region is one of the areas with the most hours of sunlight a year in Spain (an average of 3,000 hours a year) and an annual average temperature of 20ºC. Its mild, stable temperatures and many hours of sunlight make the Murcia region an excellent place to enjoy golf, holidays and simply relaxing.

The Natural Surroundings The Natural Surroundings

Beaches and mountains, coast and inland, dryland and irrigated farming... here in the Murcia region you will find contrasting landscapes and settings living in perfect harmony. The enormous diversity of natural settings in the region means you can discover the nature parks of Sierra Espuña and El Valle, and many other areas of natural interest such as La Manga, Las Salinas de San Pedro del Pinatar or the Pila and Carche hills.

The Culture The Culture

The Murcia region has a rich historical and cultural heritage thanks to its long history and traditions, to the multitude of influences which have shaped it over the years and to its strategic position, a place of transition both on the sea and on the Iberian peninsula. A highlight within its cultural heritage is Cartagena, a city which dates back more than 3,000 years, where you can visit the “Port of Cultures”, the Punic rampart and Roman remains such as the theatre and the Casa de la Fortuna. The region also has pilgrimage sites such as Caravaca de la Cruz and Lorca, a town of huge historical value.

The Cuisine The Cuisine

The diversity of cultures that have influenced the Murcia region is also one of the unique characteristics of its cuisine. Excellent locally-grown vegetables, tasty meats, fish and shellfish, rice dishes and, of course, the authentic Mediterranean diet, the Murcia region has all the ingredients to satisfy your appetite while you enjoy all the other things this unforgettable place has to offer.

37º 45' 1.36'' N / 1º 11' 44.82'' W