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	    panorama of the valley as seen from the Mazarron Country Club, looking soth-west, with the flag of the Autonomous Region of Murcia, Spain used as a banner 


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Location of Mazarron Country Club - on Mazarron/Totana motorway RM-3
(and how to get there and back from Murcia International Airport/Corvera - RMU)

- Journey time is approx. 40m to/from MCC (and is toll-free) -

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Click the links below for directions from other airports:
Alicante-Elche (ALC) - Toll-free route ; Almeria (LEI) - via Toll road ;
Murcia/San Javier (MJV) - via Toll road ; Murcia/San Javier (MJV) - Toll-free route.

To see a plan of Mazarron Country Club, please click here.

Map © Collins Bartholomew Ltd (2006).
Reproduced with kind permission of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

Revised in January 2018
(NB/ Please note that this airport currently remains inoperative; when if ever it opens is anyone's guess, although as the contract to operate it has recently been reallocated to AENA, it may finally begin to operate by the end of 2018, or perhaps early in 2019, as currently and tentatively forecast by AENA itself, but until firm announcements are made this must continue to remain speculation.)
Coming from the direction of Murcia International Airport ("Corvera") - IATA Code: RMU

  • From the airport, follow Cartagena signs onto Autovia A-30

  • Continue on A-30 in the direction of Cartagena for about 7 Km until Junction 171, when you should exit, go round the roundabout ('Glorieta'), taking the first exit to join RM-2 in the direction of Alhama de Murcia

  • Continue on RM-2 (+) until Junction 4, when you should exit, go around the enormous roundabout under the motorway and join RM-23 (+) in the direction of Mazarron

  • Continue for about 7-8 Km and join RM-3 in the direction of Mazarron [+]

  • Exit at Jt 20 marked 'Urbanización Country Club', about 4Km after the exit for 'Urbanización Camposol'. Turn sharp left on the round-about and cross the fly-over across the motorway. Go straight across the round-about at the other side,  following 'Urbanización' sign.

  • The entrance into Mazarron Country Club is on the right just after passing a garden-centre, also on the right (you will see a small white sign "Finca Isavera" just at the entrance)

[+] Please note that the map above does not show the new motorways RM-2, RM-23 and RM-3, because they opened only during 2007-2008, after the map was published.

To Return to Murcia International Airport ("Corvera") - IATA Code: RMU
(NB/ Please note that this airport is not yet operating as at September 2013, the time of writing.)

  • Turn left on exiting MCC and join MU-603 (this is the old 'feeder' road running beside the new Mazarron/Totana motorway RM-3)

  • After a couple of hundred metres, join RM-3 at Jt 20, and follow signs for Totana

  • Soon after passing 'Urbanización Camposol', about 5 Km up the motorway, take the right split on the motorway (Jt 11) and join RM-23 to Alhama de Murcia/Murcia/Alicante

  • The RM-23 motorway ends in a large roundabout, passing under the RM-2; take the first exit off the roundabout and join the RM-2 in the direction of Fuente Alamo/Cartagena

  • The RM-2 motorway ends in a large roundabout ('Glorieta'), passing over the A-30; take the third exit to join the A-30 in the direction of Murcia

  • After about 7 KM, take exit 164 and follow signs to the airport

  • (Below is a plan of road access to the airport - to see a larger version, click here)

Important Footnote
Several new motorways have opened recently in the vicinity of Mazarron Country Club:

  • Mazarron-Totana motorway (RM-3) - opened summer 2007
    This new motorway, which joins with the existing A7 motorway at Totana, is now open; it runs directly past the main entrance to Mazarron Country Club with the existing MU603 regional route becoming a feeder-road alongside parts of the new motorway. Diagrams of the new layout as it affects MCC are available here, within the website.
  • Alhama de Murcia-[A-30]Cartagena motorway (RM-2) and the RM-23 feeder motorway - both opened summer 2008
    The RM-2 runs from Alhama de Murcia and ends when it joins the A-30 Murcia/Cartagena motorway. The RM-23 acts as a feeder motorway between the RM-3 north of Mazarron and ends when it joins the RM-2 just south of Alhama de Murcia.

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