You’ll find “Memba Festival” in Baños y Mendigo, a small district of the city of Murcia, south of the Sierra de Carrascoy in the Campo de Cartagena halfway between the city and the coast.
Located on the southern edge of the temperate zone, with a very mild Mediterranean climate, the proximity of the sea acts as a thermal buffer. Average annual temperatures in Murcia; around 18 º C. Winters are mild, with a January average 10.2 ° C, and very hot summers, with an average of 25.7 ° C.
The continuous good weather is another reason to visit us at any time of year.
The city of Murcia, one of the seven largest cities of Spain, is located southeast of the Iberian Peninsula. It is the capital of the autonomous community of the same name with a surface of 11,317 km2.
Geographically based on two very different areas: la Huerta, which extends along the banks of the River Segura and el Campo, arid lands located at N/W, N/E and south of the community. The average height above sea level is about 43 meters.
Murcia is open and dynamic, with a privileged location in the Mediterranean which makes it a very attractive city for conferences and cultural activities.
Murcia-San Javier motorway km 1 (RM-19)
GPS Coordinates: 37.866469, -1.111509
Murcia-San Javier Airport (MJV) is located on the edge of the Mar Menor close to the town of San Javier, 45 kilometres southeast of Murcia. There is also an airport at the neighboring city of Alicante 70 kilometres from Murcia. Furthermore, there is a new airport in development to be located in the town of Corvera, 23 km from Murcia.
Murcia Bus Station
Bus services can be found at; Bus station Murcia, Barrio san Andres, 30005.
Phone +34 968 292 211
Train connections are provided by RENFE. Murcia has a railway station called Murcia del Carmen, located in the neighbourhood of the same name. Barrio del Carmen, 30880, Murcia. Phone +34 968 411 068
The region of Murcia is perfectly connected to the rest of the country:
A30: Albacete, Madrid
A91: Granada, Sevilla
A7: Alicante, Valencia