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Located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, between the regions of Andalusia, Castilla-La Mancha and Valencia, the Region of Murcia occupies an area of ​​11,317 km2 (2.2% of the total area of ​​Spain), bordering the north with the province of Albacete, to the east with the province of Alicante, to the west with the provinces of Granada, Albacete and Almería, and to the southeast with the Mediterranean.
In terms of area, the Region of Murcia is the ninth largest of the Spanish autonomous communities. The Murcia region is located in the center of the Spanish Mediterranean coastal arc, between longitudes 37º 23 ′ – 38º 45 ′ N and latitudes 0º 39 ′ – 2º 20 ′ W, taking the Greenwich meridian as a reference.

From a geographical point of view, the Murcia region stands out for its multiple contrasts: dry land vs. irrigation, plain vs. mountain, coastline vs. interior, vineyards vs. plateaus, factors that can undoubtedly be attributed to its location in a transition zone between the subbética mountain range and the northern sub-plateau. Morphologically, the relief of the Murcian territory is under the influence of the Betic mountain ranges and presents an alternation of mountainous sections, valleys and depressions, giving rise to extreme contrasts in altitude over short distances. Of the total area, most (approximately 45%) is located between 200 and 600 meters of altitude; 23% are less than 200 meters above sea level, and the remaining 32% are more than 600 meters above sea level.

Murcia has just over 170 km of coastline: coves and small beaches alternate with rocky coasts and steep and rugged cliffs. As a geographical feature of nature we find La Manga, a coastal strip that, except for a few connecting channels, or narrows, completely closes the Mar Menor lagoon from the Mediterranean. The Murcian coastline offers unprotected coasts with wild seas on the one hand and small coves with calm and placid waters on the other. Sand dunes, beaches, salt water lagoons, marshes…. the Murcian coast includes numerous places of undoubted interest for the naturalist. It is not surprising that many of them have been declared Protected Natural Areas, places where even today you can find native species of flora and fauna, such as the Moorish Sabina,

Semi-arid subtropical Mediterranean climate: average annual temperature of 18ºC, with hot summers (registering absolute maximum temperatures of 40ºC) and mild winters (average temperature of 11ºC in the winter months of December and January).
The number of days a year with clear skies is 120-150, with approximately 2,800 hours of sunshine per year. In general, rains are scarce throughout the region (approx. 300-350 mm / year), falling mainly in spring (April) and autumn (October), leaving summer as an eminently dry season.

The Murcia region is characterized by certain climatic differences that can lead to variations in the aforementioned figures. These variations depend on the orientation and exposure to the prevailing winds, the distance from the sea and the configuration of the relief.
Due to these factors, the temperature differences between the coast and the interior are much more extreme in winter. On the coast, temperatures tend to never drop below 10ºC, while in the interior, at higher altitudes, they cannot exceed 6ºC. These latter areas have a higher average annual rainfall, which reaches 600 mm / year.


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