Águilas - west of Mazarrón - is almost 15 miles of undeveloped coast. Though is a beautiful series of four bays and over thirty, with a crescent of mountains behind, between which sits the town of Águilas.


Established as a port in Roman times and protected by a fine 1597 castle that survives to this day, it is a classically friendly and relaxed southern Spanish town where strangers become friends in record time. Home to great natural beauty, a spectacular carnival, and a perfect lifestyle, Águilas is not to be missed.