Oasis is an urbanisation just a short walk from the picturesque beaches of the Mar Menor. Also close by is the popular promenade walkway which has an array of cafes, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. There are several large supermarkets in walking distance as well as banks, shops and the taxi rank.
The town of Los Narejos / Los Alcazares sits on the edge of the Mar Menor, Europe’s largest salt water coastal lake of 170km2. The lovely sandy beaches stretch for 7kms and the attractive paved promenade is ideal for walking and cycling with bars and cafes along the way providing a welcoming stop for refreshments or an evening sundowner and tapa. The ” Old Town ” area of Los Alcazares was the original fishing village and is where one finds the Nautical Club, Marina and some of the best fish restaurants. The Encarnacion Hotel built back in 1904 is the oldest hotel in the area and still retains its original charm and character and has a lovely setting for a special evening out.
Los Alcazares is one of the top destinations for visitors in the region of Murcia and with 315 days of sunshine a year and average annual temperature of 18ºC it is the perfect place to relax or enjoy a variety of water sports and activities all year round. The warm, sheltered waters of the Mar Menor have a maximum depth of 7 metres and little wave activity making it ideal for swimmers of all ages. There are various teaching schools in the area which cater for all levels of sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, kite surfing, and stand-up paddle boarding.
With excellent motorway connections, Los Alcazares is 30 mins from Murcia city and the port and city of Cartagena is 25 minutes drive. Both cities offer culture with interesting architecture, museums, art galleries, theatres, narrow streets, wide avenues, parks and attractive plazas.
On the edge of Los Alcazares is Roda Golf, there are numerous other top class courses in close proximity including Mar Menor Golf Resort, La Torre Golf Resort, Terrazas de la Torre, Hacienda Riquelme, Sierra Golf, Lo Romero and El Valle Golf Resort.
Aside from all the fiestas in each town, there are many activities to get involved in and many bars in Los Alcazares and nearby towns have live music and entertainment in the evenings, or take a stroll down to the beach and watch the sun go down over the Mar Menor..