The Regional Park of Calblanque, in collaboration with the City of Cartagena, will start with the beginning of summer, on Saturday June 22, the control of vehicles in the access to the beaches of the natural space, coinciding also with the campaign of awareness of the nesting of sea turtles in our littoral.
Since April 18, the beginning of the Holy Week holiday, and until October 13, access to the beaches of the Regional Park is already restricted during weekends and holidays, in which only the access of motor vehicles to the permitted parking, from which the two bus lines to the coast leave every 20 minutes .
It will be from Saturday, the 22nd, when the device for managing access to beaches will come into force on a daily basis until September 1 between 9:00 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Access to the beach area at night with motor vehicles is not allowed on these dates, nor the presence of dogs.
The accesses to the beaches, buses and schedules can be consulted on the website of Murcia Natural Informative
Campaign turtle loggerhead
Coinciding also with the beginning of summer and, consequently, the influx of people on the beaches, the Marine Turtle Volunteer Network of the Region of Murcia from the Directorate General of Natural Environment launches the project Caretta a la Vista with the objective of increasing the environmental awareness of the vulnerability of sea turtles and publicizing the protocol of action in case of witnessing an attempt of nesting. To do this, they make available to the citizens informative material making known the way to detect a trail or nest. They advise to call the emergency number 112 in the case of sighting one of these turtles, their tracks or offspring, as well as avoid touching them, take photos with flash and that the animal sees us.