The 600-year old place of worship is described as a "stunning" piece of baroque architecture by the Sunday Sun.
"Murcia's mazy, immaculate streets are full of up-market shops and spectacular buildings, as well as home to the bustling Las Veronicas market," adds the publication's Adam Steel.
At the market holiday makers can reportedly purchase anything from locally grown fruit and vegetables to rabbits and prawns.
According to the newspaper, Murcia is renowned throughout Spain for its tasty tapas and a trip to the city without trying it could be considered a crime in some quarters.
Those who like to rent a villa while on such holidays may find the accommodation at Hacienda del Alamo as tasteful as the tapas, particular its world-class golf course.