Calblanque Beach is located within the Protected Natural Area of Calblanque Park,Calblanque Regional Park, Monte de las Cenizas y Peña del Águila is a regional park in the south-east of Spain.
In the middle of the Calblanque Natural Park, the cornerstone of a Costa Calida that encompasses up to 250 kilometers of Mediterranean coastline in the Region of Murcia.
The water is crystal clear, the sand is golden ocher, and the jagged green hills frame the entire area. Most importantly, however, unlike many beaches on honey, Calblanca is never complete.
, Playa de Calblanque is part of a nature reserve that was declared a protected area in 1987 for its abundance of fauna and flora.
Located on the Costa Calida in Cartagena, its sandy area is more than 300 meters long. Calblanque beach, with moderate and shallow waves
Access : Coordinates: / Approaching Calblanque via the Autopista A-7 Alicante-Cartagena. / Access by bus: from June 24 to September 3
- Calblanque is divided into several beach areas: the first area, Cap Negret, is the furthest,the secret Parreno beach, ideal for practicing naturism, new diving goggles or succumbing to a caving session,Las Canas cove,Playa Larga,
Cala Arturo,Cala Magre , Playa Dentoles ,Playa Larga, Playa Las Canas , Playa Negrete , Playa Parreno
- Calblanque is a regional park located between Cabo de Palos and Portman, next to La Manga, a park that brings together several of the best beaches in Cabo de Palos and all of Murcia.
- Hiking or mountain biking : Routes can be made to Monte de las Cenizas and Pena del Aguila, where there are currently 3 authorized trails in the park: Path of del Monte de las Cenizas (3 km) ,Punta Negra Viewpoint Trail (3.8km) , Circular to the Cabezo de la Fuente (7.8km)
- Opening Times: Visitor Centre opening times:Open Tuesday to Sunday including festival days:From October to May from 9am to 2pm and 3pm to 5.30pm June, July, August and September from 8.30am to 3.30pm
Go next : Arco de los Reyes, a natural arch located within Calblanque Regional Park / town Los Belones in the municipality of Cartagena / the city of Cartagena and Cabo de Palos, a cape in southeastern Spain.