Pueblo Andaluz Studio
Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 3
YOUR PERFECT HOLIDAYS To Let: Studio at Pueblo Andaluz Complex, TOP FLOOR of a two-storied terraced house; big SOUTHFACING TERRACE with table, chairs and terrace mattress, overlooking a quiet park. Rear side overlooking the swimming pool and garden, with mountains in the background. The studio sleeps 3, it has a fully equipped kitchenette, separate showerroom with shower cabin, wash basin and WC. The bed-sitting room has 2 single beds, a hide-away bed, table, chairs, wardrobe, bookcase and tv.
The Pueblo Andaluz Complex is a gated property consisting of 3-level and 2 level terraced houses and free-standing bungalows, situated on lovely garden grounds in a very QUIET area between the beach (200 m) and a golf course (200 m to the club house). 100 m to local shops, transport links and usual amenities. Private parking on the property available. Excellent walking areas in the neighbourhood. PERFECT for the holiday maker seeking PEACE and QUIET in SUNNY, green surroundings NEAR BEACH or GOLF. Good windsurfing in summer. Windsurfing equipment and catamarans to be rented at nearest beach (200 m). Dogs most welcome! Contact home owner for further details and your renting price.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, Studio|
|Nearest beach||200 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Almeria Airport 43 km, Nearest railway: No train station in Roquetas|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Dining seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Further details indoors|
Studio 40B (24 sq m) contains a fully equipped kitchenette (sink, cooker, micro, fridge, built in cupboards); separate shower room with shower cabin, WC and wash basin; bed-sitter with two beds, a hide-away bed, table, chairs, wardrobe, bookcase and TV; big sunny terrace (11 sq m) with table and chairs.
|Further details outdoors|
The complex is situated in gorgeous four acre gated park grounds located between the beach (200 m) and a golf course (300 m to the club house). It consists of 3-level and 2-level terraced houses, duplexes and free standing bungalows. The studio is at the top floor of a two-storied terraced house. It has 11 square metres balcony to the south and overlooks a green walkway. There is a lovely swimming pool (including a toddler pool) and gardens to the rear of the property, as well as a tennis court. The property has its own parking lot (no. 40). Lots of green walking areas in the neighbourhood of the property. 10 km walk along the sea front. Good windsurfing opportunities in summer. Nearest beach with windsurfing equipment, catamarans, etc, 200 m. from the property.
Studio 40B is suitable for three persons. Within the complex you have a private parking space marked no. 40, which can be reached through an electrically operated security gate.
Stay which is shorter than one week is possible. A discount may be obtained for long-term rental (three weeks or more). Please, contact the owner for particulars.
The Andalucia region
The province of Almería is located in the south-east of the Iberian Peninsula on the shores of the Mediterranean sea. Its whole extension, which covers 8,774 square kilometres, has a great geographic diversity.
The passing of time has also caused disparities in the landscape. As a result, in Almería, you can enjoy popular, modern tourist resorts and natural areas where mankind has barely left its mark. The climate is Mediterranean, warm and dry, with low rainfall. The number of hours of sun is very high with over 3,000 hours per year. The temperature remains mild throughout the year. It does not fall below an average of 13ºC in winter, nor does it rise above an average 25º C in summer.
Thanks to this mild climate, visitors can enjoy all the possibilities offered by the province at any time of year. Almería has been visited by many people throughout its history, perhaps because of its beautiful landscape or perhaps because of its geographical location. The important archaeological remains found in the province have helped researchers discover and analyse the existence of old cultures. On the coast of Almería, you can enjoy varied folklore and plenty of fiestas, inherited from ancestors, as well as popular handicrafts designed with painstaking care (pottery, ceramics, esparto, rugs and marble). Gastronomic specialities such as paprika, gurullos (stews), porridge and seafood soup are also a legacy from the region's rich past.
Roquetas de Mar
Roquetas de Mar consists of the town of Roquetas de Mar (once a fishing village) and the resort of Roquetas de Mar (Roquetas de Mar Urbanizaction in Spanish). Read more about the area after this description of how to drive on your own to Pueblo Andaluz.. 1) Zero your meter when driving from the airport. 2) Drive out from the airport and look for signs towards Almeria and Malaga (NOT Murcia or Alicante which are in the opposite direction; you will be driving south-west ). 3) Once on the motorway to Almeria watch your meter; the ramp off towards Almeria is on the 20th km. You do not go off there, continue on the motorway 4) Your meter shows now 30 km - Sign - Roquetas de Mar A 391 - take this exit! 5) You'll drive along a double-file, one-way traffic road with palms in the middle - follow these palms, they will lead you almost all the way to Pueblo Andaluz. IF there is a sign saying Urbanizactiones (there wasn't when I was making this description) follow it. Otherwise just follow the palm trees, you are on your way to Roquetas resort 6) 35 km - you will see on your right Gran Plaza - a big shopping centre (with almost anything, including furniture; you may want to visit it some time) - keep straight. If you have missed the Gran Plaza, don't worry, just keep straight on all the roundabouts anyway 7) You'll now encounter lots of roundabouts - keep straight and follow the palm trees 8) At 36.6 km there will be a white board saying 'Puerto, Urbanizaciones' (Puerto - Harbour, Urbanizaciones - Resorts) - follow the sign 9) After approx. 37th km the road becomes a two-way street for approx 1 km, keep straight on; afterwards a double lane with palm trees in the middle again, keep straight on. 10) 40th km - slow down - first comes a big speed bump, then a big roundabout (Mercadona - supermarket on the right). 11) Continue slowly straight on, double lane, palms in the middle. At almost exacly 41st km you will come to a strange, small roundebout where you have to make a left-forward turn (not full left, but sort of left-forward), it is rather tricky; then very soon take first street to the left - turn left. This street is called ENTREMARES. This is the street which is parallel to SIERRA NEVADA Street in which our agent has his office. You will have to collect the keys to the studio, the swimming pool and the parking lot from him. Drive approx. 100 m along Entremares Street and turn left into the
little street connecting the two parallel streets. Turn right into the Sierra Nevada Street (one-way traffic) and park the car as soon as you can before you pass (and miss) our agent, RMS Properties, situated on the left hand side of this street but to the right from the road you turned from into Sierra Nevada.
10 kms along the coast, and is is a popular resort for tourists with good beaches. The salt lagoons begin at Las Marinas 4kms south of Roquetas and are a good vantage point to watch the magnificent flamingos and other water birds in just about every season. The most popular and well developed tourist resort. Situated in the Province of Almeria, Roquetas de Mar is a traditional Spanish fishing town and holiday resort.
Roquetas de Mar is part of the Natural Park and it marshes attract many species of bird, including flamingos who come here to breed.
It offers a small marina surrounded by Tapas bars and restaurants, specializing in fish dishes.
Water sports for the sports enthusiast there are excellent activities available. You can practice all kinds of aquatic sports such as water-skiing, jet-skiing, swimming, fishing, diving, boating and yachting.
There's a mini-train available to explore this resort.
From the 23rd August to the 1st September Almeria celebrates its fair in honour of Our Lady of the Sea, with open air dances, sports competitions, the traditional Flamenco Festival in the Plaza Vieja, fun guaranteed into the early hours of the morning.
Tourism is big business along the holiday strip, with shops selling local crafts jostling with numerous restaurants and bars, and myriad activities on offer from horse riding to scuba diving or sailing. Roquetas has an 18-hole golf course (at Playa Serena) and a specially designated nudist beach. Those interested in history will enjoy exploring the ruins of the medieval Castilla de Santa Ana and other fortifications in the area, and bird-watchers have a treat in store at the Las Marinas salt marsh and Punta Entinas beaches a few miles south of the village, where flamingos, egrets and avocets gather.
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