Describing a town, by Ángela Valle, EOI Mazarrón. Click here
The place where I live by Antonio García, EOI Mazarrón. Click here
The place where I live by Antonio Costa, EOI Mazarrón. Click here
The place where I live by Mavi Oliver, EOI Mazarrón. Click here.
Describing a town, Cartagena, by Tomi García EOI Mazarrón. Click here
The place where I live, by Sandra Bosque, EOI Mazarrón. Click here
Describing a town, Cieza by María Guirao, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Adela Hernández, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Magdalena Risueño, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live, Leiva, by Eugenia Muñoz, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live, by María Belén Muñoz, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Matilde Martínez, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Loly Borreguero, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Denisse, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
Describing a place by María José Martínez, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Noelia Martínez, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
Describing a town, by Estefanía Llerena, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
My town, by Almuden Durán, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
The place where I live by Andrea Izquierdo, EOI Mazarrón. Click here
The place where I live by Miguel Ángel Hernández, EOI Mazarrón, NB2. Click here
This is one of my favourite places in Murcia. It is a village called Blanca, which is surrounded by mountains.
By Elena García, EOI Teacher Mazarrón
This is my favourite place. Do you know where it is?
It's a remote place in Murcia, near Pliego de Mula and Sierra Espuña. You can enjoy the colours of the almond trees and of the winter.
I really love it, it's so relaxing....
sent by Francisco García, EOI Cartagena student
I like going to Cabo de Palos, a small fishing village near Cartagena, where time stops.
If you go on Sundays, you can go to the street market. It's full of stalls and you can find bargains. And in Cabo de Palos you can try a typical dish called Caldero!
sent by Mario Jiménez, EOI Murcia
This summer has been very exhausting, I haven't had time for anything because I spent most of the time working, but I have been able to visit some new places. One which caught my attention was Batería de Castillitos. It is an important military arsenal that was constructed between 1926 and 1933 in a circle which encircles the city. The fort has two very large guns and many buildings; it was built to defend the naval base of Cartagena. Driving there can be long becuase of its narrow road, but when you arrive it is worth it, and the views on the way up are fantastic.
by Denise Martín, EOI Mazarrón, NB2
I am going to describe a terrific place where I went with my family
I'll start by saying that this place is ¨ The famous Church of Calasparra.¨
I have to say that Calasparra is an owesome town and it is located in
the north of Murcia.
This town is very famous by its church and hundreds of tourists visit
this place every year.The church is situated on the outskirts of the
town. I think that this church is absolutely special because it was made
inside the mountain.
Moreover, the church is surrounded by a lot of trees and you can see
the River Segura next to the church.
I reckon that you can enjoy the peace and quiet if you love the nature.
Finally, I am totally sure that if you go to this place, you won`t regret it.
You can`t miss it.
by Ana María Fernández, NI1 EOI Mazarrón.
This photo is located in Isla-Plana. It is a little village beside the sea. In the background you can see the church, it´s very little but it has a special charm. Furthermore, there is a nice walk made of wood, so, you can walk along the sea while enjoying spectacular views.
Currently it´s a very peaceful place, however in summer it is very crowed because there are a lot of tourists. If you are looking for a beautiful place, you can´t miss visiting this place, I recommend it completely. In my opinion this is one of the most beautiful places that I have ever seen in Murcia.
by Dori Madrid, EOI Mazarrón, NI1
This photo was made in Mazarrón and its mines. The mines of Mazarrón and the mines of La Union are very important.
During the tour, we could see very colours especially ochre colours, which come from the rocks and also we could see small lakes of red water, but If you want to see the lakes with water, you have to go in winter.
Moreover, you can make beautiful photos and the entrance is free, so you can´t miss it!
by Eugenia Muñoz, NB2 EOI Mazarrón
This is Caravaca de la Cruz, the capital city of the northwest of Murcia. It is famous because it has a Sanctuary that welcomes every year thousands of pilgrims.
Sent by José Manuel Moreno Valverde, EOI Caravaca
This is Cehegín. It is a village near Caravaca and it is very beautiful. I love its narrow streets.
Sent by Francisco García, EOI Cartagena
This is a place called La Santa de Totana. It is worth visiting it because you can relax and breathe fresh air. It is next to Sierra Espuña.
Sent by Irene Larrocha, EOI Totana teacher