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Más de 70 comercios participan este sábado, 5 de noviembre, en la ‘Caravaca Shopping Night’, con descuentos, promociones y actividades de animación centradas en el mundo de la pintura.

La actividad, promovida por la Concejalía de Comercio y la Asociación de Comerciantes de Caravaca de la Cruz, se desarrollará de las 19.00 a las 23.00 horas.



La Vuelta Ciclista a España que arrancó el 19 de agosto en Nimes y finalizará el 10 de septiembre en Madrid, pasará por la Región de Murcia los próximos días 29 y 30 de agosto.


La prueba congregará a más de 200 ciclistas de los principales equipos a nivel internacional, y será retransmitida en directo por TVE y Teledeporte, con una cobertura internacional en más de 150 países.

El día 29 de agosto comienza la 10ª etapa de la Vuelta Ciclista a España en Caravaca de la Cruz, coincidiendo con el Año Jubilar que se celebra en la ciudad este mismo año. Esta etapa contempla un trazado de 171 kilómetros y partiendo desde Caravaca, recorrerá Sierra Espuña y finalizará en Alhama de Murcia.

El día 30 la Vuelta saldrá desde Lorca, para concluir en Calar Alto, provincia de Almería.



A continuación, aparecen detallados los horarios del comienzo de esta 10ª etapa en Caravaca de la Cruz y el recorrido de la misma:

  • Concentración y firma: Avda. de la Constitución de 12:14 h a 12:59 h.
  • Llamada: a las 13:01 h.
  • Salida neutralizada: a las 13:06 h.
  • Recorrido: Avda. de la Constitución, C/Cruz Prolongación, Avda. Gran Vía, C/Maruja Garrido, Avda. Ctra. De Granada, Pasa a ser la RM 715. Pasa a ser la RM 730 dirección Lorca. cruce izda. dirección Lorca RM 711.
  • Total distancia recorrido neutralizado: 7,5 kilómetros.
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