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Airport transfers from Murcia

Holidaymakers arriving at Murcia Airport can get their break off to a stress-free start by arranging their transfer to La Manga Club in advance.

If hiring a car or taking the bus does not seem appealing, then holidaymakers can arrange their airport transfers from Murcia by using the La Manga Club website.

Driving in an unfamiliar country can be a daunting option and travellers can get their holiday off to a relaxing start by letting someone else do the hard work.

Booking an airport transfer from Murcia is incredibly straightforward and holidaymakers can arrange everything online.

Once a booking has been made, passengers can relax and wait to be collected at the airport by a company representative holding a sign and should your flight be delayed the driver will either wait or come back at your rescheduled arrival time.

All drivers speak English and holidaymakers will be transported from door to door, ensuring that their break gets off to the most relaxing start possible.

Transfers are also available from airports including Malaga and Alicante, with the latter handling more than nine million passengers annually.

As well as booking airport transfers in advance, passengers will also find taxis outside the terminal building, although it is worth noting that public transport links are somewhat limited.

Situated on the sunny Costa Calida, La Manga Club is a 20-minute drive from Murcia's San Javier Airport and the average taxi fare comes in at around 50 euros.

The resort is roughly an hour's drive from Alicante's El Altet Airport and holidaymakers taking a taxi from outside the terminal can expect to pay in the region of 130 euros.

Holidaymakers who are planning to rent a vehicle can arrange their car hire via the La Manga Club website and compare the cheapest deals online.

Hiring a car is a particularly good option for experienced drivers and those keen to explore the area surrounding the resort.

The city of Malaga is within driving distance and hiring a car is a great way to explore the spectacular Costa Blanca coast and the small villages which are often inaccessible by public transport.

With temperatures often reaching 40C during the summer months, an air-conditioned car is highly recommended and automatic car hire is also available.

There are numerous attractions within driving distance of La Manga Club, with some of the most popular including the Castle of Monteagudo, the Malecon Garden and the Museum Ramon Gaya.

The stunning University of Murcia is also worth a visit, as well as the Cathedral de Santa Maria, which is located in the plaza del Cardinal Belluga.

Further afield, the city of Malaga is home to many historic attractions such as the famous Alcazaba and the magnificent Castillo de Gibralfaro, which as a history dating back to the 14th century and was once the site of a three-month siege.

The Cathedral of Malaga is also well worth a visit and holidaymakers will find evidence of renaissance and baroque architecture, as well as a number of carved statues and historic art works such as the 40 saints, which were made by the famous Pedro de Mena.

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