Holidays to Cartagena
Along with the distinction of being the Spanish city with the most beaches, Cartagena holds many other attractions for families, couples or solo travellers alike. The city has an almost perfect blend of archaeological sites, buildings still standing today from different historical periods in time right through to modern and eclectic styles. There are also many restaurants, activities and nightlife options for people of all tastes.
Playa de Calblanque
Fantastic sandy beach, but pack a lunch as there are no cafes beachside, however the stretch of sand is worth it.
A little cove close to the city for snorkelling with plenty of fish to admire or rock diving for the adrenaline junkies.
Roman theatre Museum
Only discovered in the late 90s the ancient theatre has been regenerated to provide a unique museum space.
Museo de Arqueologia Subacuatica
A plethora of archaeological shipwrecked recoveries from different eras, many of which can be handled.
Romans and Carthaginians
In late September over several days thousands of participants re-enact the historic war that took place here.
For liquor enthusiasts and amateurs alike, an informative walk and tasting around the brewing rooms of Spain’s Licor 43.
Cartagena has a selection of upmarket restaurants that offer an almost endless menu of global cuisine.
Fresh cod with tomato
The dish is cooked here in a way that pays homage to the region since Roman times - salted fish.
A Cuban Salsa dancing club with an infectious atmosphere and enthusiastic live bands.
Pyromaniac bartenders whose cocktails are as original and inventive as the décor of this unique bar.
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