This apartment has been inspected an approved by Murcia Tourism. The registration number is VV.MU.096.06. This is a legal rental property.
Please note that a departure clean has been included in my rental prices.
Located on an exclusive development, this three bedroom apartment is well equipped. The large private rooftop solarium affords stunning sea and mountain views. UK TV and Wi-Fi are available. A generous sized table and chairs forms the main Al Fresco dining area on the solarium. There is also a second balcony off the lounge allows some shade, with a further table and chairs. The solarium is an ideal spot to watch the vivid sunsets with a glass of local wine. There is a cot and highchair for the use of guests. The area is ideal for families, romantic breaks, walking, nature, diving or cycling holidays. Fully air conditioned, its on the second floor of only two, in a very peaceful location, on the exclusive development of El Pinar De San Gines.
The apartment has been tastefully furnished in a contemporary design, with leather sofas in the large lounge, a table and 4 chairs, a DVD player, and satellite TV installed. The kitchen has a large fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher and is well equipped.
All bedrooms have large built in wardrobes with plenty of storage. The main bedroom is en-suite with a double bed, the other bedrooms have twin beds. There are 2 communal pools close by.
Costa Calida: The Costa Calida, Spain's 'warm coast' is a fairly undiscovered part of south-eastern Spain. La Azohia is a totally unspoilt idyllic Spanish fishing village. There are no large tour operators here, and even in the height of the season you will be able to find empty beaches along the coast.
The region of Murcia is locally known at the 'Market Garden of Spain' as it grows all kinds of salad vegetables, citrus fruits, nuts, rice and grapes. The Costa Calida boasts 320 days of sunshine a year, average temperatures in the winter are 17 degrees, and 27 degrees in the summer.
The governing bodies, the Town Halls, in this region are anxious to protect the national heritage of their mountains, salt lakes, beaches and grasslands and have allocated huge areas to be reserved as National and Regional Parks. Having learned lessons from costas on each side of the region, they will not allow building at the expense of the local flora, fauna and quality of life.
Places to Visit: A five minute drive will take you to the little resort of Isla Plana where there are more restaurants, bars, shops and a bank.
Ten minutes drive will find you in the bustling port of Mazarron. Shops, pavements cafes, and bars are abundant here, an ideal place for young and old alike. The tree lined promenade is a favourite place for families to take an evening stroll, and watch the sun go down.
Further afield, approximately 30 minutes drive, is the famous port of Cartegena. Here you will see enormous cruise ships docking on a daily basis to enjoy the rich history of the port. The area has wonderful architecture and very classy shops, many vibrant squares, and well worth exploring.
Inland there are many places to visit, including the holy city of Caravaca de la Cruz. Travelling through orange, lemon, and olive groves, you will discover many jewels off the beaten track.
Activities in the Area: Come to La Azohia and you will relax … there is almost no pace of life here. This is an excellent area for families and couples. Walkers will also love this area as it caters for those who like long leisurely strolls on the flat, as well as those who prefer the more rugged environment. For the more energetic, there is golf, swimming, windsurfing, diving at all levels, sailing, boat cruises, biking, river rafting, tennis. For the less energetic, there is a spa at the local 4 star La Azohia hotel.
For families, La Azohia is the ideal safe environment, it's where the Spanish spend their holidays.
The area enjoys a wealth of interesting historical and geographical sites – salt flats, the largest lagoon in Europe at Mar Menor, mineral mines at Mazarron, the oldest submarine in the world, cannon sites, pirate lookouts, Roman and Carthaginian remains in Cartagena, Moorish architecture, Holy Cities, International Jazz festivals, rock concerts, fairs.