Cartagena, Spain

A historic and major naval station located in the Region of Murcia by the Mediterranean coast of southeastern Spain, Cartagena’s multi-faceted beauty is thanks to centuries of often-turbulent change.

Cartagena enjoys a unique artistic heritage, with landmarks such as the Roman Theatre, an abundance of Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine and Moorish remains, and many delightful Art Nouveau buildings.

With a fascinating history dating back 3,000 years the natural harbour of Cartagena is a major naval port due to its unique position on the Mediterranean coast. A stroll amidst Cartagena’s more recent modernista-style architecture- all flamboyant curves, ornate balconies and striking mosaics- may make the ideal prelude to an asiático, the local liqueur coffee.