Smart Family size house with 3 bedrooms. UK TV /multi-channel TV ( including all English channels, except SKY sports ) wifi local charge 2015
Located in Popular Private gated Jardin Del MAR 13.
On the edge of Torrevieja close to all amenities.
Jardin del Mar X111 is one of the most popular areas to stay in Torrevieja
This 3 bedroom quad style house with fabulous views Towards Torrevieja . The property also has a private roof solarium sun lounge table and chairs. Bedrooms, have fitted wardrobes. A well fitted kitchen oven, ceramic hob, washing machine, fridge freezer.
Lower floor living dinning area .Double bedroom ,shower room full kitchen ,air conditioning .
1st Floor Two bedrooms ,both with single beds. 3d bedroom beds suitable children ( .Family bathroom ,air conditioning )
2nd Floor boasts roof solarium with views to pool area .
( Sorry we do not accept smoking inside the property -No pets )
Torrevieja's biggest attraction is without doubt its seafront. The promenade, the marina, the fine, sandy beaches and numerous rocky coves provide something for everyone - the sports enthusiast, the sun worshipper, the people watcher and the nature lover.
Whether you're seeking nature and tranquility or fun and action you'll find it among Torrevieja's beaches, esplanades, parks, gardens and salt lakes.
The resort's sandy beaches are among the most popular of the entire Spanish coast. They consistently win the European Blue Flag for cleanliness and provide excellent services and facilities. With around 320 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 20 degrees, the beach is the place to be!
There is a final cleaning charge of 60 Euro at the Property
Breakage deposit 100 Euro
The Costa Blanca / Valencia / Alicante Province region
Torrevieja ("Old Tower") - Situated on the Southern Costa Blanca, Spain, some 45 km south of Alicante is the busy town of Torrevieja. Although every year thousands of visitors spend their holidays in the town you will not be likely to find Torrevieja in any holiday brochure. It is not a normal holiday resort - there are no package holidays as such and very few hotels. The vast majority of the apartments and houses in the Torrevieja area are privately owned and the majority are not owned by the Spanish but by North Europeans, for this is "holiday home land".
Torrevieja has grown from a small fishing village into a huge town with a population of over 100,000 over the last 20 years or so due to the growing trend of buying a second holiday home in the sun. For many, the holiday home has become a permanent home as many have chosen to re-locate in the Torrevieja area to enjoy the fabulous climate and the relaxed way of life.
Historically the town of Torrevieja grew up around the salt industry, laying as it does between the sea and the huge natural salt lakes of Torrevieja and La Mata. Originally the majority of the salt production took place in La Mata and it is said that the money from salt actually funded the expeditions of Christopher Columbus in the 15th Century.
Torrevieja was officially put on the map in 1803 when King Charles IV (Carlos IV) removed the administration of the Royal Salt Works from La Mata to Torrevieja.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The long stripe of the Costa Blanca (White Coast) is one of Europe's most heavily visited areas. If you're after a secluded midsummer beach, stay away. But if you're looking for a lively social scene, good beaches and a suntan…
The Costa Blanca offers a range of leisure, sport and a mild Mediterranean climate around all the year.
Miles of sandy beaches and impressive cliffs are typical of the Costa Blanca, the region offers everything for your holidays or a second home.
Pine covered mountains, almond tree fields, olive groves, orange groves and many splendid views are always an experience.
Numerous hiking trails lead to stunning viewing points.
By the World Health Organization (WHO), the Costa Blanca is one of the best climates of the planet.
The city of Torrevieja lies about 50 km south west of Alicante. You can reach Torrevieja via the road N 332, a wonderful road along the Costa Blanca. If you have some time discover the beauty of the area via this road – you will love it's views. Torrevieja marks a kind of language line between the traditional valencian/catalan in the north of the costa blanca and the spanish wide castellano spanish.
The entire area around Torrevieja and Orihuela is famous for their salt production. Huge salt lakes surround the road down from Alicante.
It is impressive and fascinating every time I see the huge salt mountains producing annually more than half a million tons (it makes you respect your way you will use your salt and pepper next time). So if you visit the area of Torrevieja spend some time on your way to it.
The city get's 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.