The Murcia Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Murcia Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

Browse Sights

View All 14

(14 out of 14 results)

Fodor's Choice

Area

View All 16

Cartagena 10

Murcia 3

Lorca 2

La Manga del Mar Menor 1

Category

View All 16

Archaeological Site/ Ruins 7

Building/ Architectural Site 2

Castle/ Palace/ Chateau 2

Historic District/ Site 1

Hospital–Sight 1

Military Site 1

Museum/ Gallery 2

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 1

Show More +

The Murcia Coast Sights

Showing 14 out of 14 Results

Filter Results
Clear All Filters

Sort By:

  • Alphabetical
  • Fodor's Choice

Augusteum

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

A block from the House of Fortune, the Augusteum remains were once two important public Roman buildings dating from the 1st century BC.

Barrio del Foro Romano

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This interesting Roman forum remained buried for over 20 centuries until excavations in 2008 and 2009 into the hillside revealed an entire...

Casa de la Fortuna

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

At the remains of the Casa de la Fortuna, which belonged to a wealthy family of the 1st century BC, the most attractive feature is the...

Casino

  • Building/Architectural Site

Wander north on the pedestrian shopping street Calle de la Trapería and you soon reach the 19th-century casino, which retains the aura...

Castillo Fortaleza del Sol

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

It's well worth the climb up to this castle, which dates from medieval times when it was the most important fortress in the area, due...

Castillo de la Concepción

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

Most of what can be seen of the castle today was built by Enrique III in the 14th century, using the remains of nearby Roman ruins. The...

Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Murcia's cathedral is a masterpiece of eclectic architecture. Begun in the 14th century, the cathedral received its magnificent facade—considered...

Muralla Púnica

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Across from the tourist office on the San José hill, the Punic Wall dates from 227 BC. The walls enclosed and helped defend the Punic...

Museo Arqueológico

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

A little distance outside the Old Town, and built over the 4th-century Roman necropolis of San Antón, the Museo Arqueológico is the...

Museo Salzillo

  • Museum/Gallery

This museum has the main collection of Francisco Salzillo's disturbingly realistic, polychrome pasos (carvings) that are carried in...

Advertisement

Book A Trip
  • HOTELS

  • FLIGHTS

  • PACKAGES

  • CARS