Postcards from Murcia, Spain

Two weeks ago I went on a trip to Murcia, a little known region of Spain that is gloriously varied in terms of landscape, culture and things to do. It’s a bit more off the usual tourist trail. And of course, visiting off season in November made for a peaceful time away.

I was actually out there on assignment for The Travel Hack so you can check out what I got up to here. But for now, here are some of my favourite photos from the trip.

As you will see Murcia was rather photogenic.

even-the-medical-facilities-look-charming

epic-sunset-cabo-de-palos

lighthouse-cabo-de-palos

windy-day

cartegena-town-hall

colourful-steps

rooftops

the-birds-are-watching

sunset-point-aguillas

beach-time

quiet-beaches-murcia

murcia-streets

archena-spa

ricote-valley

a-small-village

church

a-streeet

sunset-caravaca

meat

door-view

caravaca

caravaca-de-la-cruz

Needless to say I thought Murcia was really rather lovely. I look forward to heading back there again some day to explore some more.

If you like these photos check out my travel vlog from the trip here.

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2 Comments

  1. 5 December 2016 / 10:55 pm

    I really like the sunset shot of Caravaca in particular – beautiful colours! 🙂

    • 15 December 2016 / 11:41 am

      Thanks Ed! We were so lucky with the sunset when we arrived there.

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