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Mazarron Property by Mercers Ltd

Mercers were one of the first estate agents selling property in Mazarron since 1996. We started with many acres of undulating countryside. The Spanish town of Mazarron Costa Calida has been transformed with many urbanisations being built over the years, with some of the most popular ones being Camposol, Mazarron Country Club & Polaris World Murcia.

Buy Spanish property in Mazarron for your retirement, a holiday home or for a straight investment, the choices of properties in Mazarron are amazing.

We were also among the first estate agents in Mazarron to open offices in the region. Over the years we have not only sold to more property owners than any other agent but we have also built up a solid reputation as "the estate agent" for Mazarron villas. This reputation has been built on integrity, professionalism, honesty and good old-fashioned courtesy to our buyers and sellers alike.

Mazarron Property

Mazarron Properties

3 Bedroom Detached Location: Camposol, Murcia, Costa Calida, Spain € 175,000+ Tax
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3 Bedroom Detached
Location: Camposol,
Murcia, Costa Calida, Spain
€175,000+ Tax REF: NEA449

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Mazarron - Things To Do

Mazarron has some outstanding buildings, such as the church of San Andres , with its Mudejar ceiling, and the ruins of Castle Velez are must-see buildings when you have bought your property in Mazarron Spain. But nature can top that with the beguiling coastal Ciudad Encantada (enchanted city), sandstone shapes sculpted by water and wind.

Just north of the town is a thermal spring which produces water at 50C and can be visited at any time. These same thermal waters have been utilised in the new Hotel Sensol (Camposol Golf Resort) which has an impressive Spa and wellness centre. Ask our friendly staff for properties for sale in Mazarron around these thermal springs.

Down in the port, the new marina with its array of impressive seagoing craft is complemented by underground parking and malls for shopping and a broad range of restaurants and bars along the waterside.


Mazarron - Eating Out and Nightlife

If food is high on your list for Mazarron property for sale then the food here is perfect. The town of Mazarron has many good value Spanish restaurants as well as a selection to suit more international cuisine. The smart waterfront restaurants at the port are as good as any on the Costa Calida, and it's here you'll find a lively nightlife scene too, so look for an apartment for sale in Mazarron if this is more to your taste.


Mazarron Interesting Facts

Mazarron was one of the first towns in Spain to have electricity, when the Mazarron Electric Light Company Ltd was constituted in London

The town has its own version of Valencia's famous La Falla, when a large papier mache figure reflecting a political, social or satirical theme is burnt on the beach on March 19 each year. The town's main fiesta takes place in November, starting with a 'Moors and Christians' re-enactment.


Mazarron Location

Mazarron lies just inland from its port, towards the south-western end of the Costa Calida. The town is an easy drive from Murcia and its airport, and there's quick access to the main north-south coastal motorway


Mazarron - History

Mazarron's history makes it an excellent opportunity for property investment in Mazarron. It has been linked to the mining wealth of its mountain ranges, which are rich in lead, zinc, silver, iron, alum and red ochre, for thousands of years. There are traces of Phoenician, Carthaginian and Roman workings and the area's mineral wealth also attracted the Moors. The Romans also founded factories here to produce garum, a salty fish sauce much prized in the Empire's capital.

Mazarron's minerals continued to bring wealth to the area into the early 20th century, and when the deposits dwindled, tourism and agriculture took over: this is a big tomato, melon and cucumber growing area. Renewed economic development saw the construction of some of the town's emblematic modernist buildings including the town hall and the old cultural headquarters, which is why many foreigners are looking at property for sale Mazarron Spain.


Mazarron Transport Links

There are daily flights into San Javier airport from most British airports and, further to the north, Alicante airport ranks as one of Spain's busiest. A new airport at Corvera, south of the city, will open in the near future. Once this airport is open it will make properties Mazarron Spain even more accessible.

The road infrastructure is top class, with access from a spur of the north-south Mediterranean motorway close to the town, while a new motorway links the town to Vera in the south and Cartagena to the north.


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