Routes & Trails

Routes & Trails in Los Alcazares

Los Alcazares is part of the municipalities of the region of Murcia and is located on the shores of the Mar Menor. Despite having a population of just over 18,000 inhabitants and an area of just over 19 square kilometres, it has a rich and surprising heritage. It has been inhabited by Phoenicians, Trojans, Tyrians, Greeks and Romans since 2500 BC.

This extraordinary heritage wealth joins with the enormous natural wealth surrounding the paradisiacal town, which is characterized by its tourist, cultural, artistic, urban and natural routes of enormous appeal. Its attractive tourist routes offer a tour of the Los Alcazares Air Base—a vibrant and fun bicycle tour along a Cultural Route where you can admire the Rame Tower, the Monument to Jose Sazatornil, the Monument to the Fisherman and the Aljibe Colorao Square.

The popular Urban Art Route offers tourists and visitors the opportunity to admire and learn about allegorical artistic works such as The Shadow of Peter Pan by Jesus Lorente, the Extinction Rebellion or the Hippocampus Guttulatus, among many others. The circular Urban Route of Los Alcazares—Rambla Albujon extends along the edge of the air base and then enters the rambla, crossing its wetlands and following a rural path.

The most popular natural route is the 25-kilometre linear trail of Los Alcazares—Cabo de Palos, which allows you to see the surrounding wetlands, the sandy coast of Los Alcazares, the sugarcane fields bordering the Los Alcazares Air Base and the ruins of the old Aerodrome, which served as a complementary base for the arrival of seaplanes.

Tourist Routes

Several routes


Boat Routes

Several routes


Cultural Route

Urban route


Urban Art Route

Urban route


Los Alcazares - Cabo de Palos

Distance: 25 km
Type: Linear


Los Alcazares - Rambla Albujon

Distance: 15.1 km
Difficulty: Easy
Type: Circular way