Removals to Murcia and Moving to Murcia in 2020

Removals to Murcia

The advance moves International Removals team are the experts when it comes to Removals to Murcia and Moving to Murcia in 2020, and they have just completed their Removals to Murcia 2020 information page that gives you tonnes of information on Moving to Murcia and then Living in Murcia.

Information on Removals to Murcia

As well as information on how to obtain an NIE, Spanish residency, Working, living, banking, driving, pensions, retiring, schooling and many more factors that come into play when you are moving to Murcia.  The advance moves website gives you instant online quotes for your removals to Murcia or a removal to any region of Spain. All you need to do is enter some very basic information about your removal and then in 30 seconds you will have an instant online quotation for your removal to Murcia emailed to you.

But there is more……………….Not only do you get an instant online quote for your removal to Murcia but this is then backed up by up to 5 more accurate quotations for your removal to Murcia by independent professional removal companies that can cover your removal requirements to Spain. So you can sit back and relax whilst adhering to social distancing rules by not leaving your home to obtain a quotation for your removal. The service is free and without obligation so you get to choose the mover you want at the price you want. Advance moves saves you time and money when moving to Murcia.

Advance moves saves you time and money on removals to Murcia and Spain

Advance moves not only cover removals to Murcia, but also to any location in Spain or in fact to any location in Europe or even anywhere in the world. The quick quote system can give you a quote for a move to anywhere, big or small, it caters for all.

Information page on Moving to Murcia

The Removals to Murcia information page gives advice and information on moving to Murcia after Brexit and also after the corona virus outbreak. With links to government sites giving current updates on the situation and how to get yourself moving once restrictions are lifted.

Living in Murcia

Once you have sorted out your removal company for moving to Murcia you may want to work out where you want to live in the beautiful province of Murcia. Nicknamed “Europe’s Orchard”, Murcia is located in Southeast Spain. Its economy is mainly driven by agriculture, wine production and the tourism sector. By living in Murcia, you will also enjoy a mild climate with more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. As a university hub, it also attracts many international students.

The region of Murcia

The dry plains of Murcia’s inland contrast the well-irrigated, fertile ‘huerta’ — orchard lands — at the joining of the Segura and Guadalentín rivers. The coastline includes the Mar Menor, Europe’s largest coastal saltwater lagoon. The seawater there is warm and shallow. The beaches slope, making them ideal for families with young children or anyone avoiding waves. Its a great tourist spot with the la manga strip enclosing the Mar Menor from the Mediterranean crammed with hotels, bars, restaurants and great beaches, it really is a great area for a summer beach holiday.

Removals to Murcia City

The capital is the university city of Murcia, which, though rich with culture, isn’t thick with throngs of tourists. In fact, the whole of the Costa Calida has escaped the intense coastal development of both the Costa Blanca and Costa Brava.

Murcian airports for removals to Murcia

The most convenient airports are the busy Alicante or the new Corvera airport that is situated just outside the city of Murcia. Both operate budget airlines with frequent flights.

Murcia is Europe’s orchard

Because of the farming of fruits and vegetables, food processing and shipping are big industries. The siesta is almost always observed. Murcia is known as Europe’s orchard due to the great climate that makes the region a growing centre for many of Europe’s supermarkets.

Removals to Murcia coastline

The costa calida is the coast line of murcia where you can go from sailing to whale watching to scuba diving, there are a plethora of peaceful ways to spend your leisure time. The towns are full of baroque architecture, fortresses and relics, like the impressively preserved Roman theatre in Cartagena.

 Murcia city’s Terra Natura Zoo is acclaimed for its humane approach and preservation of some of Spain’s indigenous species. Caravaca de la Cruz, in the northwest of the region, is one of the five holy cities of Catholicism, meaning it’s been chosen to celebrate the Holy Year every seven years. Then there’s the Entierro de la Sardina, where, at the end of Carnival, an effigy of a sardine is ‘buried’ in flames.

3000 hours of sunshine in Murcia

This region boast over 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, and its coastline is bathed by the warm waters of two seas. In fact, its coast is known as the Costa Cálida (the balmy coast), and is home to endless beaches and small coves which offer multiple options for leisure, sports and well-being. One of the most attractive areas is La Manga del Mar Menor, the ideal destination for relaxing and enjoying the sea and the activities in its marine resort.

Moving to Murcia for the climate

You’ll also find long white sandy beaches such as those of San Pedro del Pinatar; unspoilt coves such as the ones in Cartagena, curious landscapes such as the rock erosions of Mazarrón, or fishing towns such as Águilas. The region is also known for its wide range of wellness and beauty centres. Many of its beaches are considered open-air spas, due to the hyper-saline waters of the Mar Menor, and its therapeutic mud. The region is also home to several major spa resorts.

History of Murcia

Murcia is characterized by its old history of commerce and agriculture. Already its original inhabitants, Iberian tribes, established commercial relations with Phoenicians and Greeks. Later on it became first a Carthaginean colony, then a Roman colony. (Carthago Nova, today’s Cartagena still reminds of that fact). The Moors established effective and modern agricultural production, which still today is an important economic factor, thanks to their advanced technologies.

Moving to the warm coast of Murcia

Of major touristical interest is of course the Mediterranean coast, Costa Calida (“the warm coast”), with beaches of fine sand. The salt-water lagoon Mar Menor and La Manga del Mar Menor offer great possibilities for water sports. The inland is almost desertic, and you may visit several towns which still preserve their medieval structures.

Typical cooking includes stews, salads, roasted meat, rice, and of course great sea-food along the coast. Murcia also produces wine of high quality.

Moving to Murcia

Removals to Murcia, where to live

Major attractions:

The capital of the region, located inland at the banks of the river Segura. Major attractions include the Baroque cathedral and the spectacular “Real Casino”.

The above mentioned Carthaginean Cartago Nova is of great historical importance, with numerous monuments from ancient times until today. It also has the region’s most important port.

Due to its protected location in the Gulf of Mazarron, water temperatures are about higher 5°C higher than in the surrounding Mediterranean and its pleasant micro-climate makes it an ideal holiday destination.

La Manga del Mar Menor
“La Manga” is a sandy promontory with great beaches, located in between the Mediterranean sea and the largest salt-water lagoon of Europe, the “Mar Menor”.

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