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The first and biggest airport parking for Murcia and Alicante Airports, with over 1000 places. Beautiful tarmac facility and 24/7 personal security. They meet you at the airport to collect your...
The first and biggest airport parking for Murcia, Alicante and Valencia. Meet and greet service: drop and pick up your car at the airport. No hassle with mini vans. Very convenient and personal...
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- Sailing in Spain, Costa Cálida
As I sit writing this the wind outside is blowing at up to 25 knots but, yesterday when I arrived at Los Alcázares for the fifth race day of the SAMM Autumn Series the Mar Menor looked like a mirror with not a breath of wind to ruffle the surface. It was also gin clear so you could see every detail... Read moreby SAMM on November 5, 2014