Next to the Mediterranean Sea and just one mile away from the Mar Menor, a unique natural setting with calm, shallow waters, Roda Golf & Beach Resort opens its gates in a region blessed with more than 157 miles of Mediterranean beaches and almost 300 days of sunshine a year, all with an average temperature of 21ºC.
The Costa Cálida is the ideal place to enjoy an exclusive paradise with all the cultural and natural wealth the region of Murcia has to offer. It is also a top world-class paradise for sports lovers: Nautical sports or an infinite variety of activities such as swimming, sailing or water ski, as well as land sports, with options that range from tennis to hiking or golf.
Roda Golf & Beach Resort is in San Javier (Murcia) 1,5km from the beaches of the Mar Menor, and 25 minutes from Murcia International airport (RMU) and 40 minutes from Alicante airport (ALC).
With direct access from the resort to the motorway (AP7) with connections to the main cities of Spain and Europe. Click here for Instructions of how to arrive
Thanks to its geographical location and its moderate prevailing winds, Mar Menor is one of the best places to practice regatta sailing. Its endless Mediterranean beaches, its warm lagoon waters, along with its diverse entertainment options, and the hospitality and joy of the local people make for an ideal Mediterranean way of life.
Between two seas, Mar Menor, a calm inland sea, and the open Mediterranean with its endless beaches, lies San Javier, a tourist-friendly town that is particularly suited for nautical sports and offers an extensive range of leisure activities throughout the year. The International Jazz Festival, the theatre festival, the San Blas popular procession and Carnival are clearly examples of the joy and hospitality of the local people.
A beacon of modernity with a rich historical legacy that makes it a cultural and artistic centre, Murcia is one of those cities perfect for taking a stroll as it is filled with details, nuances, and history. Thanks to its pleasant climate, any day of the year is a good day to enjoy relaxing in a terrace bar in one of its many squares and enjoy its famed gastronomy. In Murcia, the streets set the scene for any celebration.
The ancient Carthago Nova is now a modern, vibrant city. Surrounded by hills and fortresses since time immemorial, it peers over the sea as a monument to its important past. A cultural offering with more than 3,000 years of history. A town turned into a theme park where you can trace the steps of ancient civilizations.
Caravaca de la Cruz is one of five Holy Cities that exist in the world, where the jubilee year is celebrated in perpetuum. The devotion to the Vera Cruz dates back to the thirteenth century. Discover a town that is full of surprises, where reality and legend meet. A monumental town, surrounded by beautiful natural spaces, whose originality lies in its festival of the wine horses, a unique event in Spain.
Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque. Lorca, a city of the sun in the frontier. Roam the streets of the past. Visit the Fortress of the Sun, a thematic outdoor area where you can live an exciting cultural experience. The ideal place to enjoy the beauty of its noble palaces, monumental churches, embroidery workshops, and museums. Find out why it is dubbed the town of the 100 shields.
Before the deep blue of the Mediterranean, an astounding and magnificent landscape unfolds. From the lush highlands in the north to the desert landscapes in the plateau, the interior part of the region of Murcia is filled with contrasts, nuances, lights and colours. The endless amount of hiking paths and trails, the intensity of the vistas, the beauty of its villages and traditions, its varied cuisine, and the warmth of its climate make this region a unique place to live.