The following information may be of use if you need public transport
The Renfe site can be viewed in English by clicking on the 'world' symbol on the home page. The site giving bus details is in Spanish. It is best viewed using Chrome as the Chrome browser will recongnise this and offer to translate the page.
Trains - there are train stations at Balsicas and Torre Pacheco - www.renfe.com
Following the opening of the new airport at Corvera, a bus service will run from La Torre. The service is run by Interbus and more details can be found on their website http://interbus.es.
The bus stop for la Torre is outside of the school at the backgate and the cost is 10€. Times are linked to the arrival and departure of aircraft and will vary according to the season. The initial timetable has been published here, but please check the website for the latest details
Local Buses - go from Roldán and Balsicas
from Roldán - Interbus from Murcia - Los Alcazares http://interbusmurcia.es/rutas-y-horarios/
from Balsicas - LAT BUS route 70 El Pinatar - Murcia http://www.latbus.com/linyhora_directo.asp
Taxis - Taxis Roldán, (0034) 607 85 49 44
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La Torre Golf Resort is in the province of Murcia on the Costa Cálida (‘Warm Coast’), which covers a stretch of around 250km of the Mediterranean coastline in the south east of Spain.
The region benefits from over 300 days of sunshine a year, average temperatures of 21 degrees C and rainfall of 30 to 35 cm per annum.
To make the most of the area, we strongly recommend hiring a car, as there is currently no public transport operating from La Torre and taxis are expensive. Details of public transport in the immediate area can be found here
We have split our guide into four main areas:
- Beaches – covering local beaches within an 80km radius of the Resort
- Family Fun Days Out – theme parks, natural attractions, sports activities
- Authentic Murcia – discover ‘real’ Spain, including a selection of local towns and the city of Murcia itself
- Eating Out – a short guide to recommended restaurants and bars
If you have any comments to make – good or bad – about the places listed, or you would like to add your own favourites, please use the report a website comment form in the help centre. We welcome your feedback.