2 bed apartment, corner unit with large terrace
Furnished to a high standard
Views over Golf course and Mountains
Ideal for families or golfers,18 hole course
Town centre/clubhouse close by.
This new lovely apartment on the second floor only a few minutes walk from the golf club house, supermarket and all the other resort shops and restaurants and hotel.
The resort is quiet and peaceful, there are large areas around the resort for children to play in the gardens and for adults to take a stroll around the well-kept varied plant life in its gardens, or to have a dip in the many swimming pools available.
The apartment being a corner unit offers a good-sized terrace, to dine out in the evening and offers good views around the resort and surrounding area of Murcia. The resort is calm and tranquil and offers peace of mind being protected by an efficient security service.
There are thirteen swimming pools on the resort to try out.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||los alcazaris 5 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: san javier 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Safe|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (heated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Climbing frame, Swing set|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Murcia's coastline is rich, diverse. Gentle coves, and quiet beaches. Dunes, salt flats, and wetlands. The coastline of Murcia Region has a many areas of environmental interest, including several Nature Reserves, where you can still find native flora and fauna such as the Phoenician juniper (Sabina mora), a native tree variety, and the "fartet" (Aphanius iberus), a minute and highly unusual fish, the only one of its kind. Polaris World Golf
Buying at any of the Polaris World Resorts will give you access to the 9 Nicklaus Design courses distributed in the 7 resorts in the Murcia region. Polaris World will be one of the best golf offers in Europe. As an owner on any of the resorts, you will be able to play on all the courses.
At the moment there are 3 golf courses already open: La Torre, El Valle and Mar Menor. In addition, the course at Hacienda Riquelme will be opening very soon. In 2009, Terrazas de La Torre and the Jack Nicklaus signature course at Condado de Alhama will also be opening. For more information on all of the courses, see Polaris World Golf Courses.
The Polaris World 'Jack Nicklaus Golf Trail'
Jack Nicklaus is one of the most distinguished players in history. He was only 16 years old when he won the Ohio Open and he achieved more than 110 victories in his professional career, including, 5 PGA championships, 6 masters, 4 US Open and 3 British Open.
Jack Nicklaus "The Golden Bear", founded Nicklaus Design in 1973 and the company has made 275 golf courses all over the World. Some of the most prestigious courses were developed by him, including, PGA West-Private, The Bear's Club and the PGA National-Championship Course. When you buy at Polaris, the Jack Nicklaus Trail card will give you access to some of the best courses in Spain.
Free Shuttle Buses
The 9 courses that make up the Nicklaus Golf Trail are all within a small radius and there is a free shuttle bus connecting all the courses. So if you don't feel like driving or you like to have a drink after a round, you can just catch the courtesy bus.
Pro Shop and Driving Ranges
The courses have large, open driving ranges and beautifully maintained practice greens and the pro shop offers coaching year round. The weather in the Costa Calida is perfect for golf, particularly from September through to June.
There are 3 ways to pay for the golf at Polaris and as an owner you get a discount on all three.
Pay as you Go: Pay the discounted round price.
Books of Rounds: Buying a book of rounds makes the golf even better value for money.
Golf Debenture: If you live on the resorts or plan to play a lot of golf, buying a 25 year debenture is a good option. The debenture can also be sold on at any time.
The local area, Murcia, offers plenty of activities for holidays, especially golfing holidays. The sandy beaches are also ideal for water sports enthusiasts and local sports include fishing, sailing, diving, windsurfing, paragliding and swimming. Other activities include golf, tennis, cycling, rollerblading and horse riding. Mar Menor's sandy beach is also ideal for families as the water is calm, warm and shallow and depths only reach 7m. Walking is also popular along the beach promenade. There are plenty of cafes, tapas bars, palm trees and restaurants found along the beachfront also.
Beaches and waterparks
20 minutes' drive from the beach at Los Alcazares.
30 minutes' drive from La Manga Strip.
Approx. 1 hours' drive to Terra Mitica Theme Park in Benidorm and many other waterparks in the Alicante area including Aqualandia.
Approx. 30 minutes' drive from Torrevieja Aquopolis
(waterpark open between 8 June to 31 August).
Guests have access to the resort's 18-hole par 68 golf course, designed by Jack Nicklaus. There are many other courses in the area including Mar Menor, el Valle, Mosa Trajectum, Torre Pacheco, La Finca and Las Ramblas. La Manga Golf Resort is also approx. 20 minutes' drive. Guests staying at the apartment can benefit from a temporary residents' discount on all Polaris golf course, Letter will be in your pack in the apartment.
WHERE TO EAT.
Specialising in pasta, meat, pizzas and other Mediterranean delights, EL OLIVO offers a sumptuous selection of dishes to be enjoyed in warm and welcoming surroundings next to the Social Club swimming pool. The quality of the restaurant's cuisine is a delight for diners who see for themselves the care with which their meals are prepared. With the kitchen, opening onto the dining area the show-cooking feature provides entertainment for everyone.
Open every day
from 13:00 to 16:00 and 20:00 to 23:30
Bookings: 902 500 402
La Torre Golf Resort
La Encina is the ideal place to savour the most flavourful dishes of domestic and international cuisine. Let the experience of its prestigious chefs seduce you, and guide your senses with each of their grand creations.
Telephone: 968 012 657
Opening hours Monday to Sunday 13:00-16:00 and 20:00-23:00
Capacity: 161 people
Mar Menor Golf Resort
Aqva is a cosy, Mediterranean style restaurant with exquisite recipes handed down over centuries of skilful cooking, and a subtle, innovative touch: its exclusive list of mineral waters. A place that will lead your senses through the new roads of Spanish gastronomy. Telephone: 902 500 322
Club Social La Torre Golf Resort
As if it were an authentic ´tratoria italiana´ in Rome itself, Acacia offers the best Italian cuisine in a privileged location next to the lake. It features pasta, pizza and risotto as well as less well-known but equally delicious dishes. Without a doubt, this is the perfect place to enjoy classic Italian cuisine. Open every day From 13:30 to to 16:00 and 19:00 to 23:30 Bookings:
902 531 281 Mar Menor Golf Resort,
968 032 340, La Torre Golf Resort.
FESTIVALS AND CARNIVALS
Six National Tourism Interest festivals, and 31 Regional Tourism Interest festivals provide an idea of the Murcia Region's lengthy festive calendar, of great interest to residents and visitors alike.
It all begins on the last Sunday in January, with the Cuadrillas de Barranda Festival. February is Carnival month, with famous dance troupe parades, and costume contests in communities such as Águilas, Cartagena, and Cabezo de Torres.
Holy Week is noted for the Cartagena, Lorca, Jumilla and Murcia processions. It is also the season of the Tamborradas (processions with drummers) that accompany the Mula and Moratalla celebrations, and the Murcia Spring Festivals. A highlight of the latter festivals is Bando de la Huerta Day, on which thousands of Murcians, sporting their traditional attire, accompany the cavalcade through the city. Another Holy Week festival is the Entierro de la Sardina, which is Murcia's other major festival together with Bando. A pagan festival of mythology and fire, a must-see magical night in the city, where a striking parade of dance troupes, brass bands, entertainment groups, dragons, giants, huge-headed figures, and floats accompany an enormous sardine, which is ultimately burned in a purifying fire under a spring sky lit up by the dazzling fireworks performance.
The month of May features Moor and Christian parades in many of the region's towns, such as Abanilla and Alhama, and the massively attended performances of the Santísima y Vera Cruz Festival in Caravaca.
The summer sees an abundance of Virgen del Carmen seafarer´s processions in many of the coastal communities. It is also the season of cultural festivals such as those of San Javier, La Unión, Los Alcázares, Lorca, and the Wine Harvest Festival in Jumilla.
In autumn Murcia prepares for the September Fair, with the Moors and Christians parades, and the Mediterranean Folklore Festival. Concurrently, legions of Romans and Carthaginians face each other on the streets of Cartagena, recalling ancient historical times. Over 10 days, key moments in the history of Spain are staged in outdoor performances: a motion picture production of the city's refounding; the wedding of Hannibal and Princess Himilce amid mystical dances and divine invocations; the power of Rome represented by the seaborne arrival of its Legions and Circus, a live performance with four-in-hand races; Hannibal´s departure to Italy with his grand army; and the final battle staged outdoors at twilight.
September is also the month of the religious pilgrimages called Romerías, featuring Virgen de la Fuensanta, the patron of Murcia, and Virgen de la Esperanza in Calasparra.
At the end of fall, the prominence of the festivals moves to the north of the region, with the Fiestas de la Purísima in Yecla, amid the thunder of the harquebuses. The Cuadrillas de Ánimas (troupes) and the Campanas de Auroras ("Dawn Bells" music group) announce the beginning of Christmas by singing their carols along orchard roads. Also famous in the Region during these dates are the nativity scene contests and the big parades on Epiphany Day.
The sites will open in Spanish but an English version is available on both.