New to Holiday Lettings. Prices fully inclusive of departure cleans etc.
Our lovely, light, airy 2 bedroom first floor apartment with terrace, roof terrace and garden is perfect for couples, golfers and families wanting to get away to the sun and enjoy quality family time. We have a large communal pool with lawned garden and only a few minutes walk away are 2 large supermarkets and a fantastic selection of bars and restaurants catering for all ages and tastes.
There are many fantastic sandy beaches near to us including Torrevieja, Playa Flamenca, La Zenia and Campoamor, but there nearest is just a 10 minute walk away, the beautiful sandy Punta Prima beach with its long promenade, along which you can walk for miles.There really is something for everyone and it's all right on your doorstep.
Several other large commercial centres are within easy walking distance and just a 15 minute walk away is the massive Playa Flamenca Saturday market. We are approximately 45min from Alicante Airport & 25min from Murcia airport.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Punta Prima 1 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||400 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante or Murcia 30 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
|General||TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden|
|Further details indoors|
As you enter our apartment into the lounge/diner there are 2 lovely large leather sofas to your left and at the far end of the room is the dining table. Leading off this room to the right is the second bedroom, with 2 single beds and built in wardrobe. Also leading off this room is the bathroom, with bath, shower, WC, sink & bidet. Next to the bathroom is the master bedroom with a large comfy double bed and fitted wardrobe.
At the far end of the lounge/diner is a fully fitted pine kitchen with all the cooking equipment you would require during your holiday. At the end of the kitchen is the utility room with a washing machine which leads to the roof terrace.
|Further details outdoors|
You enter the first floor apartment through its own garden to the side. At the front of the apartment you have terrace.. It's so peaceful here, you can relax all day by the pool with a good book. To the rear of the apartment are the stairs leading to a magnificent roof terrace with fantastic views.
For the comfort of all our guests, smoking is not permitted in the apartment, but you are more than welcome to smoke on the terrace or solarium.
If you have a late flight you may want a welcome pack of coffee, tea, milk, cereal, eggs, bacon etc which we would be happy to get for you at a small charge. Just let us know your requirements.
We can also help with airport transfers if you wish.
The Costa Blanca - South-eastern Spain - Without doubt a huge majority of visitors who travel to the Costa Blanca each year do so mainly to take advantage of the sun, the sea and the beaches, It would be a mistake however to think that this is all the Costa Blanca has to offer, a quick glance at a travel guide of the area will confirm that there are a great many places of interest to visit and enjoy.
Exactly where the Costa Blanca (White Coast) begins and ends is not clearly defined but the region comprises approximately 200 km of coastline stretching from Gandia in the north to Pilar de la Horadada in the south, it also takes in a large hinterland with areas of mountains, sierras, river valleys and natural parks. The area to the north of Gandia is called the Costa del Azahar (Orange Blossom Coast) and the area to the south of Pilar is known as the Costa Calida (Warm Coast).
The entire Costa Blanca region has a rich and distinguished history and many artefacts have been found dating back to the Neolithic Era. Lying as it does in an important strategic position on the Mediterranean coastline, the Costa Blanca has been invaded and occupied by various important civilizations including Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, Carthaginians and Moors. Each civilization has left its own identity on the region and each has resulted in significant cultural and religious consequences for the indigenous population. Perhaps the greatest influences on the region were caused during the Roman and Arab occupations, which both moulded the areas subsequent history.
A different kind of invasion occurred during the 20th Century - that of tourism, and this has probably resulted in the most rapid and dramatic changes in the Costa Blanca’s history so far. A huge amount of development has taken place and the economy of the region has undergone sweeping changes. Towns and villages which formerly relied on fishing, agriculture and salt production now rely almost entirely on tourism and related industries and many new jobs have been created, increasing the wealth of the region and its inhabitants.
The main attraction for holidaymakers (especially north Europeans) is of course the wonderful climate, with over 300 days of sunshine each year and very low rainfall, it is the perfect location for a relaxing summer holiday or a well earned winter break. Sunshine is virtually guaranteed from May to October so it is not necessary to confine visits to the popular months of July and August. In the months of December and January the Costa Blanca normally enjoys some beautiful sunny days, so it is a great place to take a break away from the dismal weather of the UK and other north European countries.
The Costa Blanca has some of the best beaches in Spain and they are usually very well cared for and safe, there are a large number of ‘blue flag’ beaches and these are normally cleaned every day and will often have life-guards on duty during the busy summer months. Some of the more popular beaches can get busy during July and August but if you take some time to explore a little, you may find quiet and isolated beaches even during the high season.
Overall the Costa Blanca has much to offer holidaymakers and tourists of all types, fine beaches for sun lovers, ancient towns and cities for culture lovers and wonderful natural parks for nature lovers. Try a visit some time soon and enjoy a little of what the Costa Blanca has to offer.
There are numerous bars, shops and restaurants all within a few minutes walk from our holiday home. In addition to the communal pool, just a short walk away is the Emerald Isle Bar/Restaurant which also has a large swimming pool situated in beautiful gardens.
This place is ideal for families as in addition to the pool it also has a kiddies playground and evening entertainment. It is surrounded by a high hedge and with only one way in and out it makes it easy to keep track of the kids. It also has a bowling club and hosts tournaments throughout the year.
20 minutes walk from our home is the Wicklow Arms / Abbey, which has live entertainment most nights and normally stays open until 3 or 4 in the morning most of the year.
5 minutes walk from our home are 2 large modern supermarkets, there are also many bars, restaurants to choose from, there is something for everyone, no matter what your taste is.
There are many beaches in our area but the nearest is Punta Prima beach and sea front, which is just a 10 minute walk away. Here there is a lovely sandy beach and even a small bar for refreshment. Running parallel the sea front is the promenade, along which you can walk for miles. A great way to build up an appetite.
There is a market Saturday mornings in Playa Flamenca that is within walking distance.
For golfers, its only a 10 minute drive to the golf courses of Villamartin, Campoamor and Las Ramblas.
Torrevieja is surrounded by two large and beautiful natural salt water lakes which form the "Salinas de Torrevieja" and are an official Spanish nature reserve. These lakes attract a wide variety of bird life.
The city of Torrevieja which gets its name from an old tower (old=vieja ; tower=torre), was first mentioned around 1800. It became famous in 1802, when it took over the salt administration from Orihuela. Apart from the salt industry, tourism and fishing keep the city alive. The harbour gives home to 300 fishing ships and over 900 private sports boats. A wonderful view, especially when the sun sets.
The weather in Torrevieja makes it an ideal location for year round holiday activities - especially if you want to fulfill that yearning to get away during those dark, dreary winter months to the sunnier parts of Europe.
On average, Torrevieja enjoys 320 days of sunshine per year and an average daily temperature of 18°C. Temperatures in July and August are typically 30°C. Many people prefer the months April, May, June, September, October and November.