It is in the middle of a natural paradise a few metres from the beach (100m), the lake and the golf course. There is WiFi.
It has two terraces. One is partly covered, ideal for breakfast and dinnertime, the other, bigger, one is great for barbecuing and sunbathing. There are two bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and it has all the amenities. It is air conditioned and there is central heating, as well as satelite telivision.
The building has a swimming pool and underground parking with lift access. This is planned out to make the beach wheelchair accessible from the apartment. There are ramps along the seaside walk as well as to the beach.
We have supermarkets, shops and restaurants in the area. It is only a five minute drive should you wish to visit the local town centres, which you can also get to by bus from the bus station. Buses leave from here to cities that are a bit further away too, such as Jerez or Seville.
The Costa Ballena is beautiful and well-looked after natural haven, where you can enjoy walks, with its wonderful flowers, parks and its magnificent fine white sand beach. In fact, you can stroll down the coast from Rota to Chipiona.
The nearby towns offer a marvellous additional attractions: Rota, Chipiona, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, El Puerto de Santa María and Jerez de la Frontera are the closest. Here you can marvel at the local attractions and gastronomy (here mainly fish and seafood). Visiting the Bajo Guía in Salúcar is always worth your while. But we are also referring to a land famous for its wines (jerez-sherry and manzanilla) and for its brandy. Visiting any of the tempting wine shops is something not be missed. On the other hand, it is horse county and you should not miss out on entering the Escuela Andaluza de Arte Ecuestre in Jerez. Flamenco is an enticing extra for anyone into music or dance. We should not forget the Doñana National Park. There are signs from Sanlúcar which show the way.
Not far from Costa Ballena are the White Towns of Andalusia. These are typical small Adalusian towns all painted white, that are set on the mountain. They are quite picturesque and a certainly a charming hideaway. Do not forget your camera!
And lastly. the historic cities of Cadiz and Sevilla are equidistant, and you can easily spend a day visiting each of them. From the local bus station you can catch a bus to either, or you can go in catamaran to Cadiz from the docks at Rota.