Murcia International Airport: Spain’s King Felipe VI – Corvera Murcia Airport
A very complete destination that will not leave anyone indifferent. It is also the preferred destination for lovers of nautical sports.
Mediterranean climate: an average annual temperature of 18ºC, with hot summers (registering absolute maximum temperatures of 40ºC) and mild winters (an average temperature of 11ºC in the winter months of December and January).
The number of days per year with clear skies is 120-150, with approximately 2,800 sun-hours per annum. In general rain is scarce throughout the region (approx. 300-350 mm/year), falling mainly in the spring (April) and autumn (October), leaving the summer an eminently dry season.
The region of Murcia is characterised by certain climatic differences which may lead to variation in the above-mentioned figures. These variations depend on the orientation and exposure to the dominant winds, the distance from the sea and the configuration of relief.
San Javier International Jazz Festival emerged in 1998. It obtained the Declaration of Regional Tourist Interest and in 2018 the Declaration of National Tourist Interest. The quality of its participants has made it become a benchmark both nationally and internationally, becoming an unmissable event for jazz lovers. Great figures of this musical style have passed through this municipality on the coast of the Region of Murcia.
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SERVICES AT CORVERA MURCIA AIPORT Situated between the villages of Corvera, Los Martínez del Puerto and Valladolises, within Murcia municipality (Murcia doubles as both a region and a city), Corvera Murcia Airport (official known as “Aeropuerto Internacional Región de Murcia”) comprises a single passenger terminal (37,000 square metres) and one 5-23 runway (3,000 x 45 metres), and has capacity for three million passengers and 23,000 flight movements a year, although its eventual capacity can be boosted to five million passengers. The terminal is equipped with nine boarding gates (six for flights to non-Schengen countries and three for Schengen destinations), 25 check-in desks (including one for special baggage) and four baggage reclaim carousels (one for special luggage). The airport has direct access to the A-30 highway between Murcia and Cartagena, and there are several public bus routes connecting the airport to its surrounding areas.
Looking for your next golf break, or green fees on your own, as a couple, a group of friends, a golf society or PRO tours, we will search for your PERSONAL SPECIAL OFFER…. and if you can’t find what you are looking for, send us a message.