Routes & Trails

Routes & Trails in San Pedro del Pinatar

San Pedro del Pinatar is one of the most important municipalities in the region of Murcia. This is not only because of its privileged geographical location, which has made it a strategic point since very ancient times due to its salt mines and coasts, but also because of its spectacular natural beauty, which has turned it into an important tourist epicentre, thanks in part to its 14 kilometres of beach and its excellent climate.

Something interesting to highlight about San Pedro del Pinatar is that, for decades, it has been known as an ideal location for the filming of important movies and advertising spots. This has given rise to an interesting and original Seventh Art Route, where tourists are guided through the old locations.

The natural beauty surrounding San Pedro del Pinatar is also taken advantage of by its many networks of routes and trails. Among the most notable are the Routes of the Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro Regional Park, where visitors can see the "Cueva de la Culebra", the warming ponds, the "Arenales", dunes and the fun mud baths.

Another network of popular routes is the Self Guided Routes, both urban and natural, where visitors can see the La Llana Beaches, the Pilgrimage of the Virgin of Carmel, the Museum Route, the Tarays Trail, the interesting Archaeological Route and the Camino de la Sal Route, among many others. All of these can be done on foot or bicycle.

In addition, via the Cycle Tourism Route, cyclists can admire the La Pedrera Reservoir, El Garruchal, La Manga del Mar Menor, Cresta del Gallo or Río Seco, among others. Each of these has a difficulty of medium to high.

Regional Park Routes

Several routes


Self Guided Routes

Several routes


Cycle Tourism

Several routes


Seventh Art Route

Urban route


Las Encañizadas Trail

PR-MU 65
Distance: 11.9 km
Type: Circular way


El Coterillo Trail

Distance: 3.8 km
Type: Circular way


Mar Menor Trails Network

Several routes