The pedanía of Santiago de la Ribera within the San Javier municipality
Pedanías of San Javier, Santiago de la Ribera The Pedanía of Santiago de la Ribera is part of  the municipality of San Javier and is the mainland coastal area of the municipality within which much of the tourism activity of the area is focused. Its urban nucleus is 3 kilometres  from San Javier town centre, and the pedanía has 4 km of beaches on the Mar Menor which make it a popular destination for tourists from other parts of Spain..

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La Grajuela San Javier
Pedanías San Javier, La Grajuela The village and pedanía of La Grajuela is about two kilometers from the town of San Javier, to the north-east of the town centre and close to the boundary of the municipalityof San Pedro del Pinatar. It is one of the farming communities of San Javier, and is part of the extensive arable land of the Campo de Cartagena. Unfarmed land in this area is dry and flat, covered with rough scrubland, in marked..

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Los Pinos and El Mirador San Javier
Pedanías of San Javier, Los Pinos and El Mirador The small village of El Mirador lies in the northern part  of the coastal municipality of San Javier, an agricultural area which forms part of the arid plain known as the Campo de Cartagena. Today this is one of the most intensively farmed parts of the municipality, piped irrigation water enabling modern day farmers to produce a wide range of irrigated crops, with much of it under plastic..

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La Manga del Mar Menor pedanía of San Javier
Pedanías of San Javier, La Manga del Mar Menor La Manga del Mar Menor is located to the east of the town of San Javier, about 50 km to the south-east of the city of Murcia, and consists of a strip of land which encloses the lagoon of the Mar Menor. This spit of land, separating the Mar Menor from the Mediterranean, is breached only by narrow channels or golas. Today it is a focal point for tourism activity in the Mar Menor and is shared..

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Roda San Javier
Pedanias of San Javier: Roda Roda is a pedanía  (administrative district) within the municipality of San Javier, its main activity traditionally agricultural, although residential tourism is now one of its most important activities. There are no traces of any recognisable settlement in the area prior to the 13th century, although Roda would undoubtedly have been visited by both the Romans and Arabs who settled in other areas of San..

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