Saturday 6th July FREE guided evening theatrical tour of Águilas
Costumed actors accompany visitors on a tour of the principal historical attractions of the town Throughout the year the tourist information office in Águilas offers a series of free guided tours..

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The Termas Romanas, the Roman baths in Águilas
A small museum shows the remains of one of two Roman baths complexes in Águilas The Roman baths or “Termas Occidentales” in Águilas date from the 1st century AD, and were first excavated..

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Opening times of museums and places of interest in Águilas
The Castle and Sagrera Windmill both offer stunning views, families enjoy the CIMAR Aquarium and the Railway, Hornillo and Archaeological museums all offer an interesting journey into the past..

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Where to stay in Águilas: guesthouses and bed and breakfast
Affordable accommodation in Águilas For those seeking less glamorous accommodation in Águilas the following “pensiones”, or guesthouses, offer their services. Pensión Andreas ** Urbanizaci..

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Pico del Águilica viewing point in Águilas
Attractive views over the Bahía de Levante in Águilas The path up to the Pico del Águila rock at the eastern end of the Bahía de Levante in Águilas is the logical end to a walk along the seafront..

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Molino de Sagrera windmill, visitors centre and viewing point in Águilas
The restored windmill in Águilas is part of a tour through the old fishermen’s quarter The Molino Sagrera is a restored windmill in the heart of the old town of Águilas, serving not only as..

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Ermita de Cope, a ruined 16th-century chapel on the Águilas coast
The Ermita de Cope was used by shepherds and fishermen in past centuries One of the most curious places to visit in Águilas is the Ermita de Cope, a tiny chapel which lies mostly in ruins close..

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Torre de Cope, a 16th century watchtower in Águilas
The Torre de Cope was used until the 19th century to defend the Águilas coast The Torre de Cope is a 16th-century watchtower on the low ground beneath the headland of Cabo Cope in the east of..

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The CIMAR museum and aquarium in Águilas
A free entry museum to the sea and a great place to take the kids The CIMAR (Centro de Interpretación del Mar) centre in Águilas was opened in the spring of 2014 as part of a campaign to promote..

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Local police station and Guardia Civil headquarters in Águilas
The forces of law and order in Águilas The headquarters of the Guardia Civil in Águilas is located on Calle de Iberia, the avenue which leads out of town to the west, at number 25, and the telephone..

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Cabezo de la Cruz in El Garrobillo, Águilas
A short climb for panoramic views over the landscape of Águilas Just a ten-minute drive from the town of Águilas, in the heart of the crop fields which lie in the east of the municipality behind..

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Cuesta de Gos in Águilas, birthplace of actor Paco Rabal
A pleasant trip out to the mountains behind Calabardina Cuesta de Gos is a tiny hamlet in the foothills of the mountains behind Águilas and Calabardina, and consists of no more than a scattering..

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Águilas Plaza shopping centre
Chain stores and a large supermarket at the Águilas out-of-town shopping mall The Águilas Plaza shopping mall is located on the eastern outskirts of the town of Águilas, next to the ring road and..

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Parroquía de San José in Águilas
The main church of Águilas is a 19th century building in the Plaza de España The first church in Águilas was an old esparto grass warehouse which was converted into a place of worship in 1790..

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The Chimenea de La Loma, Águilas
A very visible reminder of the industrial past of Águilas When the town of Águilas grew in importance in the early nineteenth century it was principally as a result of the mining activity further..

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San Antón Abad in Tébar Águilas
The pedanía of Tébar in Águilas holds fiestas in honour of San Antón Abad The pedanía of Tébar in the Águilas municipality is one of many areas of the Region of Murcia which have a church or..

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Railway and bus stations in Águilas
The railway station of Águilas is also home to a small museum The railway and bus stations in Águilas are located in the eastern side of the town, on Calle Papa Juan Pablo II. The rail services..

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An exhibition, a walk along the jetty and auctions at the fishing port of Águilas
The current fishing port of Águilas dates back to 1884 The port of Águilas is home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the Region of Murcia, and has been open in more or less its present..

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Águilas football museum, memoirs from a 120-year football tradition
Águilas Sporting Club was one of the first in Spain and dominated the sport in Murcia for 20 years The town of Águilas is not immediately associated with footballing success, but in fact it has..

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The Tourist Office in Aguilas
Oficina de Turismo, Águilas Águilas is located on the southern coast of the Region of Murcia, and is the most south-westernly municipality of the Costa Cálida. It borders with Almería on the..

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Castillo de San Juan de las Águilas in Águilas
Águilas Castle The Castillo de San Juan in Águilas is high above the town, originally erected as a 16th century defensive fortress to protect against pirate attack and is well worth a visit, offering..

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Águilas, Route of the railways
An interesting trip into the railway heritage of Águilas RUTA DEL FERROCARRIL Águilas is located in the south-east Mediterranean coastline of Spain, with a 28-kilometre shoreline lined with sandy..

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Plaza de España, Águilas
The Plaza de España in Águilas is a community focal point and a great place to enjoy a coffee. The Plaza de España in Águilas is one of the most important open spaces in the town and is a focal..

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May, Las Cruces de Mayo, The crosses of May, a spring fiesta across the Region of Murcia
The Crosses of May is celebrated across Spain Mayday is traditionally a time to celebrate the Spring and the 1st May is a national red day and Bank Holiday in Spain. However, many fiestas also take..

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