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Peralejagolf Villas
4 Stars  
(5 Rooms)

Manzana, 24, Sucina (Map)

These luxury villas are located on one of Murcia’s best golf courses, the Peraleja Golf Course, on the Costa Cálida. Here you can enjoy superb natural surroundings and an unbeatable climate. At the Peralejagolf Villas you will enjoy discounted rates  more...

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Sucina Villas
4 Stars  
(15 Rooms)

Bancal del Trigo, Sucina (Map)

Sucina offers comfortable, air-conditioned villas, with a shared outdoor swimming pool just 200 metres away. They are set in village of Sucina, between Murcia city and the Costa Cálida. The villas have 3 bedrooms, 1 with an en suite bathroom. There  more...

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Hacienda Riquelme - Murcia Resort
3 Stars  
(27 Rooms)

Atlantico, 194 Bajo B, Sucina (Map)

Offering spacious apartments with large terraces overlooking the resort’s golf course, Hacienda Riquelme has a peaceful setting outside the village of Sucina. It features several outdoor swimming pools, a gym and a restaurant. Each modern apartment  more...

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RC Hacienda Riquelme Golf Resort
0 Stars  

Los Riquelme, Sucina (Map)

The RC Hacienda Riquelme Golf Resort in Sucina, Spain situated Los Riquelme. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation RC Hacienda Riquelme Golf Resort would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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Sucina:

Sucina is a village in Murcia six to eight kilometres from San Javier and near the airport. New houses and resorts are under construction and will remain so for at least another five years. The centre consists of a church called ‘Nuestra Señora del Rosario’ and has recently experienced some physical renovation, due to its age. On one side of the church is a bank, whilst on the other side, a restaurant. Two roads up from the church, along a row of tiny, terraced houses dating back to the 18th century, is the local ‘Panaderia,’ otherwise known as the bakery. ‘Pasteles’ or cakes, are made here too. These are national treasures only to be scoffed as they hold a vital part of Spanish tradition on birthdays, saints' days, and Sundays.

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