Pinched between the more-trodden beaches of Almería to the south and the heaving resorts of Valencia’s Costa Blanca to the north, Murcia is one of Spain’s least visited and, the peninsula of La Manga apart, least touristy corners. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/valencia-and-murcia/murcia#ixzz3Bn62wVJ8
Playa de los Muertos. Carboneras, Almeria, Spain. http://www.costatropicalevents.com/en/costa-tropical-events/andalusia/welcome.html
Cabo de Gata, Almería, Spain. - The eponymous mountain range of the Sierra del Cabo de Gata with its highest peak El Fraile is Spain's largest volcanic rock formation with sharp peaks and crags in red/ochre-hues. It falls steeply to the Mediterranean Sea creating jagged 100-metre (330 ft) high cliffs, which are riven by gullies leading to hidden coves with white sandy beaches, some of the most beautiful in Andalucia.