The town of San Javier which is found on the Costa Calida, Spain is most well known for being the location where Murcia Airport is located. Although it may not be as possible a location to stay at with tourists travelling to this part of Spain. By organising a San Javier car hire through a San Javier Car Rental Company means that you have the opportunity to explore a great amount of the area that surrounds it.
As this town hasn’t become such a favoured spot with tourists of course finding reasonably priced good quality accommodation shouldn’t be a problem. Plus there are plenty of wonderful restaurants and shops within the town that you can explore on those days you choose to just relax and unwind.
However by arranging to rent a car before your arrival then of course it offers you the chance to explore further afield. If you are willing to drive a little further along the coastline towards the Costa Blanca you will find some very beautiful beaches with wonderful sand on which you can laze and enjoy the sea and sun.
But for those who are looking to learn more about this area’s history then take time out to visit a number of the towns and cities dotted along the Costa Calida coastline. Just a short drive from this beautiful town is the city of Cartagena. Over the centuries it has been occupied by a number of different cultures including the Phoenicians and the Romans. As you wander around its streets there are numerous archaeological monuments that you can explore.
Also within easy driving distance of the town of San Javier are the region’s capital Murcia, which is around 5 to 10 minutes drive by San Javier hire car from your accommodation. Plus also a little further along the Costa Calida coastline you will find the towns of Los Alcazares, San Pedro del Pinatar and Santiago del la Ribera. All of these resorts offer a wide selection of wonderful shops, restaurants and beaches that you can enjoy during your stay in this part of Spain.
It is important that when visiting San Javier and travelling around the region that you take a Spanish phrasebook with you. All this is becoming a favoured destination with many tourists from around Europe as you travel further inland you will find that very few of the locals actually speak any other language than Spanish.