Punta Brava

Punta Brava is an excellent place to stop because it has a viewpoint from where you get a real feel for the area. You can see right across the calm waters of the Mar Menor to its islands and the La Manga Strip beyond. If you look in the opposite direction the views of the Sierra Mineras are just as stunning. You can simply marvel from the road, or follow the walking route around the hill to its top for even more amazing vistas.

Punta Brava also has a lovely long beach and promenade; both connect into the beach and the promenade of the village of Los Urrutias to the south.

Places of interest & ideas of things to do in Punta Brava

  • Beach: long with lovely sand.
  • Promenade: beach front and long.
  • Viewpoint: stand, admire and photograph.
  • Walking Route: around the hill to the top for more amazing vistas.

Ideas of places to twin Punta Brava with day or night

  • Start the day with a visit to the viewpoint at Punta Brava which will give you a true understanding of the area. Then drive to Santiago de la Ribera, have a spot of lunch and take the ferry across to the Tomas Maestre Marina on the La Manga Strip and back again to get a different viewpoint!
  • Spend the day exploring the villages and towns that line the shores of the Mar Menor to really get to know this beautiful and unique landscape or visit the stunning Calblanque Regional Park for quiet rural beaches and plenty of walking and cycling routes.
  • Have a morning coffee in the village square then drive to neighbouring Los Nietos and catch the train into the city of Cartagena which is packed with many things to do.

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