Business travellers should definitely consider a Rojales hotel for their next trip. The village is known for its mild coastal climate, superb connections to Murcia and Alicante and expanding local business scene, making it the perfect place to do business and unwind. Sun yourself on the Spanish coast and be a stone's throw away from some of Spain's biggest economic centres.
What will I discover in Rojales?
Since the Neolithic period, Rojales' River Segura has shaped the fates of its inhabitants. The fertile land surrounding the estuary has ensured the survival of Iberians, Romans and Arabs over the centuries. Today, this sunny coastal town is a convenient haven for business people travelling to Murcia or Alicante. While you are here, you'll want to taste the local specialities; rabbit with rice and vegetables, or for vegetarians, omelets with potatoes, artichokes and broad beans. Follow with the delicious local 'almojábenas' sweets.
What can I expect from the business landscape?
A sizeable resort town with quick connections into the business centres of Murcia and Alicante, Rojales is the ideal spot to escape to between meetings. The superb business hotels here offer guests an array of services, from excellent WiFi to elegant business brunches and conference spaces. Murica offers a wide range of business events, many of which centre around entrepreneurship and offer guidance on related practices such as E-commerce. In Alicante, you have an even greater breadth of business events, and a higher number of workshops offering executive skill development.
What else is there to do from my Rojales hotel?
Take in the panoramic views from the Carlos III bridge, which has some of the most distinctive architecture in the region, with huge pillars spanning the River Segura. There is also a collection of hydraulic historical monuments dating from the 16-18th century, which include a dam and a waterwheel as well as the stone bridge. These monumental structures were part of the complex system of irrigation channels constructed by Andalusian Muslims to cultivate the municipality. The Huerta Museum, or orchard museum, is housed in a stunning Hacienda and offers a window onto traditional farm life in the region. From any Rojales hotel you can visit the Cuevas del Rodeo, a traditional cave-like housing complex carved into the rock during the 18th century, which has now been rehabilitated as craft workshops and showrooms.