Rehabilitated Luxurious Railroad Cars for a Glamping Getaway in Murcia, SpainMurcia, Murcia (Spain)
Rehabilitated Luxurious Railroad Cars for a Glamping Getaway in Murcia, Spain
Located in the charming town of Murcia in southern Spain, this rehabilitated railroad car provides a luxurious glamping getaway for four guests. There is one bedroom with a double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a shower, a sink, and a toilet. Two more can sleep on the sofa bed. Towels and linens are kindly provided.
Equipped with parquet wooden flooring for a modern touch, the living room contains a large sofa and a TV and DVD player, so after a busy day sightseeing in town, guests can chill out together in a comfortable space. Air conditioning and heating keeps guests cool, whatever the weather. The kitchen comes with everything guests need to prepare themselves meals at home.
Outside, guests will find a gorgeous patio area, where they will be able to appreciate the rental's previous form. Sun loungers provide the perfect place for guests to work on their tans. A barbecue provides a great opportunity for al fresco cooking and dining. The bars, museums, and shops of Murcia are just a short walk away.
While staying at this glamping site, glampers will enjoy the property's many amenities, including air conditioning, heating, electricity, Wi-Fi, running water, a fire pit, and bike rentals. There is also a porch, a dining table, a shower, a sink, a tea/coffeemaker, a toilet, a TV, a bar, a cafe, a bath house, a lounge, parasols, and a solarium. Glampers will also be provided with bed linens and towels.
- Air conditioning
- Shared Barbecue
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
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Location and surroundings
Murcia, Murcia (Spain)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Hot springs
- Water sports
- Whitewater rafting
- Scuba diving
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
The Cathedral of Santa María is located in the old town of Murcia, near the episcopal palace and very close to the town hall. It was built between the 16th and 18th centuries and is Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Notable among the spectacular architecture are the chapel Velez, the main facade (considered a masterpiece of Spanish baroque), and the 93m tower, which is still the second highest in Spain. The cathedral is declared of cultural interest, and the museum houses paintings, jewelry, and sculpture.
The Santuario Virgen de la Fuensanta is nestled in the nearest green space to the city of Murcia, in the Sierra de Carrascoy. The sanctuary of baroque style is the property of the image of the patron saint, La Virgen de la Fuensanta, where the most famous pilgrimage is celebrated throughout the region. The surrounding area is dotted with areas, where hiking or biking is popular. There is also a rock climbing school located in the beautiful area of La Panocha. Some other interesting places to visit in the park are the chapel of San Antonio The Poor, The Interpretation Center Valley, Chapel of Light, the Light visitor center, and Iberian remains. In the vicinity of the park there are several bars where you can have a beer and a snack while enjoying the beautiful views.
The Minas de Mazarrón are a huge attraction for photographers and lovers of landscape. Situated in the Plaza de la Glorieta, the City Hall is located in front of the Segura River, near the cathedral and next to the Episcopal Palace. The square is usually quite lively and sunny. This area is very pleasant to walk in winter for its sunny aspect and views of the river. In the historic center of the city is located the recently restored Teatro Romea, opened by Queen Isabel II in 1862. The building has suffered two fires in its history and has had various renovations. Its facade is eclectic and visually highlights three sculptures of Beethoven, Mozart and Liszt.
Zaraiche station is located opposite the Plaza Circular, within the city of Murcia. This building was built in 1930 as part of the Northwest rail line. Its eclectic style is Mudejar, with a facade made of brick and metal canopy decorated with reliefs. It has been recently restored to its splendor and charm.