Discover the best top things to do in Los Alcazares, Spain including Golf Delux, Roda Golf Course, Mar Menor Golf, Las Charcas Mud Baths, Bay Bikes, Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de los Remedios, The Dog & Duck, Santiago De La Ribera, El Habanero Tren Turistico, Ferry Mar Menor, The Celt Irish Bar.
Restaurants in Los Alcazares
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Great Restaurant with meals at very competitive prices. One can also have a round of mini golf.
Plenty of car parking, situated just outside Los Alcázares on the RM-F30 just before the Mar Menor Golf Resort.
Very friendly staff, great food, quick service. Give them a try.
4 based on 96 reviews
We ate here mostly because of the setting, the outdoor dining area is beautiful with an amazing view over the golf course & beyond. We went on a Tuesday, for whatever reason the menu is limited to other days. We all had a fillet beef meal, it was nice food & we would eat there again. Staff are friendly & helpful. Some of us had the chocolate melt in the middle cake, this was pretty amazing.
4 based on 132 reviews
We have just returned from 2 weeks at the Mar Menor Golf Resort. Let me say we are not golfers but we liked the look of the villa and were not disappointed!
We stayed at 136 Calle Castano booked through Ownersdirect with Janice Scott from Murcia Villas.
The villa is spotless with a very large, private, and clean pool.The downstairs is open plan with a modern kitchen with everything you could ever need including dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer etc. In the lounge there is a flat screen tv and a comfortable suite, air conditioning throughout. upstairs there are 2 spacious bedrooms and a balcony.
The resort is very quiet, but that's what we liked, It is also very clean. There is a decent Spar supermarket on site and near the hotel a couple of restaurants. We didn't eat on the resort we went just outside the main entrance, there is a strip of several bars and restaurants. Our particular favourite was the Shamrock Lounge, they have a varied menu, friendly staff and good food! Another one we liked was Route 66 an american themed bar/ restaurant.
If you want a quiet chilled out holiday this could be for you. The only downside is the Golf resort is a bit of an oasis, to get the best of this region you would need to hire a car.
4.5 based on 310 reviews
Small lakes with very warm water, and deck and step access provided. People bath in these pools and smear the mud from the bottom over their bodies. The mud is reportedly excellent for damaged skin and for arthritic pain
Our first visit was on Wednesday 4th October 2017. Read a previous review and the directions to Lo Pagan worked very well. Completely free and great fun even if you don't get muddied up. Met a lovely bunch of people who lent us their small beach bucket and also gathered us some mud, which did the 3 of us. We used our hands to spread it all on and laughed a lot. Yes it is smelly (like rotten eggs) when handling it but it disappears quickly once on. You then stand on the wooden piers to dry. I would recommend taking a vessel of some description to gather the mud and a sponge or cloth to get it of again. We weren't prepared so a pair of socks were used on this occasion.
Lovely big Promenade too with beech bars and shops to browse. Great day out and would go back in a minute. Don't mis it if you are in the area.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
At Bay Bikes we are not only a bike rental company, We offer customers a different way to see the hidden beauty that Spain has to offer We provide a selection of cycling tours in and around the Mar Menor area of the Costa Calida for all the family whatever the age. And for the young at heart or the family looking for some fun why not take a trip in one of our family limousines along the beach prom
Just had a fantastic afternoon riding thanks to Bay Bikes. Could not have had better service. Tom gave us lots of information as well as clear and easy to follow instructions on where to go. He even collected us from our house! Good quality and easy to ride bikes. Really enjoyed everything about this afternoon
4 based on 1 reviews
La Parroquia es preciosa, sus cúpulas son iguales que las de una Ermita y la mantienen súper bien cuidada, se nota que los habitantes de éste lugar (Roda) se sienten muy orgullosos de tener un lugar de Culto tan precioso
4.5 based on 32 reviews
We invariably call in here for Sunday Lunch which of course is a British tradition even when on holiday.
The food is plentiful and well cooked and offers a choice of main course meats.
I have never been able to manage three courses and find a starter and main quite sufficient.
Andrea as been running the place single handed during the more recent past and is doing an excellent job assisted by her mother-in-law Pauline and other family members.
The food is always very good and the menu varied.
So please continue to patronise this venue because it is the only English venue in Santiago.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
A fun Tourist Train in Los Alcazares. 'El Habanero' runs around the town every 45 mins, every night in the summer starting at 7.00 p.m. Please see the clocks for the next train. Tickets are return so whether you just wish to see around this lovely Spanish town while waving to all, or to hop off for a meal in the old town and get a lift back, the price is the same. We are now closed for Autumn, hope to see you next May. Regards The train crew.
We booked dinner in the Old Town and were recommended the train instead of using a taxi. The train essentially does a loop every 45 minutes and consists of three carriages and about 65 passengers. It's a great atmosphere on board, with the train playing music. The journey takes about 10 minutes one way and costs €3 return per person. Last train back is 11.30pm. Would definitely recommend the train, great fun and really fast.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Took this nice boat trip on a lovely late summer day to La Manga. Staff friendly, boat comfortable and roomy. Unfortunately there was precious little to occupy our 4 hours in La Manga and the port is long walk from facilities. Not really suitable for walkers, it would be better to take or hire a bike. Not sure of the reason so many people rave about this place, it is a concrete jungle, soulless and uninteresting. Decent supermarket and a friendly coffee shop about sums it up.
4 based on 84 reviews
Barman would need to have a lesson in manners,as he's highly missing them,won't hurry back,don't think he cracked a smile once the whole time we where there,can't abide rudeness!
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