Parking in Murcia Cathedral - Murcia

Advanced search
Obert 24 h
Disposa de cobertura per a telefonia mòbil
Càmeres de seguretat
Places per a persones amb mobilitat reduïda
Disposa de VIA T a l’entrada i a la sortida
Sistema d’indicació de places lliures
Places de recàrrega de vehicles elèctrics
Places de moto
Servei de rentatge de vehicles
Zona Ecosaba
Màquina de venda automàtica
Carsharing
Inflament de pneumàtics
Sense límit d’altura
Horari especial
Pagament a la sortida
Disposa de servei de lloguer de cotxes
Bícing elèctric
Places de bicicleta
Tancat diumenges i festius
S'accepten targetes de crèdit
3G/4G
Disposa de Via Verde a l’entrada i a la sortida
Disposa de Telepass a l’entrada i a la sortida
Disposa de Autopase a l’entrada i a la sortida


The Cathedral of Santa María is also known as Murcia Cathedral, as it is this capital city’s most important landmark. It was built back in the 14th century by renowned Spanish artists and architects, including Diego Sánchez de Almansa and Jerónimo Quijano, but the façade was not completed until 1751. The front of the church is in the Baroque style: a fitting introduction to the rest of the church.

Inside the basilica, different styles come together in harmony, through some spectacular features. One of the most pervading styles is the Gothic, and this can be seen in the large cathedral dome. But you can also see areas of Baroque, particularly in the altarpiece that presides over the cathedral.

Murcia Cathedral is situated in the old part of the city, on Plaza Hernández Amores. Nearby there are many major landmarks and points of interest such as the Bishop’s Palace (Palacio Episcopal in Spanish) the San Juan de Dios monumental ensemble (Conjunto Monumental de San Juan de Dios) and the Old Bridge (Puente Viejo) that crosses the River Segura.

Classed as a cultural heritage site, the cathedral is a Catholic place of workshop and the see of the diocese of Cartagena. It has an extremely high bell tower, at 93 metres, and is also considered a masterpiece of Spanish Baroque architecture.

To visit Murcia Cathedral and its surrounding area, you can use our Saba car park. It will make it much easier for you to get around the city, without having to waste time searching for somewhere to park or finding out how to get local public transport.

Parking Saba in Murcia

We have car parking in...

Whether you’re just visiting or doing business in Murcia, it’s a good idea to leave your car in our car park. Situated close to all the main transport lines and right next to the train station, from there it will be much easier for you to get to where you need to go. Don’t waste time driving around looking for a space… forget about your car.

Leave the car near....

The Cathedral, the Salzillo Museum and the Puente de los Peligros (the “Bridge of Dangers”) over the River Segura are just a few of Murcia’s unmissable sights. If you want to park your car near any of the city’s landmarks, it will be pretty difficult. That’s why we’d like to suggest that you use our car park.