Advertised since Oct 12, 2004
Fully air conditioned apartment overlooking swimming pool, tennis courts and the beautiful Mar Menor sea situated in 5 star La Manga.
The promenade is only yards away and steps lead down into the crystal clear waters of the Mar Menor.
From the 2 balconies the Thomas Maestre harbour is just visible as well as the Murcia coastline.
Furnished to a very high standard this 2 floor apartment has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and all bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and airconditioning.
Some fantastic sunsets can be seen from the balcony as it disappears below the horizon of the Mar Menor sea.
You can choose to enjoy a number of small bars or excellent restaurants situated at the marina.
The beach, shops, supermarket, pharmacy and bank are only 100 yards away as well as bicycle and quad bike hire.
The historic city of Cartagena is about 40 minutes away by car and La Manga club about 30 minutes where you can enjoy the golf, recreational facilities such as horseriding, health & beauty spa, La Manga kids club or casino.
Also, nearby 9 hole golf course recently opened.
Sorry, NO PETS and NO SMOKING INSIDE
The Region: La Manga - Murcia - Cartagena
The lands of Murcia, bordered by the dry, semi-desert plain of Almeria, whose northern countryside is encrusted with such towns and villages as Lorca, Totana and Alhama.
Murcia, 70km from La Manga, is the capital of the region, surrounded by a splendidly fertile cultivated plain. The most important monument is the cathedral, other outstanding monuments include the Episcopal Palace, the Casino, several churches and other 19th century architecture. Among the different museums there is one in particular, dedicated to the works of the image maker Francisco Salzillo.
Other interesting museums are the Archeological Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of La Huerta. Before leaving Murcia a visit is recommended to the Shrine of Nuestra Senora de la Fuensanta.
SANTIAGO DE LA RIVERA
Leaving Murcia on the N-301 as you reach the C-3319 leading to San Javier, Santiago de la Rivera on the banks of the so called Mar Menor, is the most important tourist centre in this area.
COSTA CALIDA - "THE WARM COAST"
The Costa Calida, by which name this section of coastline is known, boast the attraction of Europe’s largest saltwater lagoon, the Mar Menor, that abound with wildlife particularly at the Northern end of the lagoon which is home of thousands of flamingos during their Autumn migration. The Costa Calida area is also blessed with approximately 3.000 hours of sunshine a year.
MAR MENOR VILLAGES
The 73km of coastline of the Mar Menor are the location of tranquil villages, and the waters, which are rich in salt and iodine, which make this area the best for helping to cure some infections and rheumatic disorders. Some of the most important villages are San Pedro del Pinatar, Los Alcazares, Los Narejos, Islas Menores, Mar de Cristal and Playa Honda.
La Manga, the most important tourist centre in the region, stretches between the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean. It consists of a narrow, sandy spit of land with 22km of double beaches and between 100 and 800m in width.
Cartagena, an ancient port which is the second most important city in the region and the centre of the Mediterranean Maritime Department. It predates to the Roman period and boasts the ruins of a Roman theatre, archaeological museums plus a number of interesting examples of military and modernist exhibits and architecture.
Places of interest within Cartagena include the Church of Santa Maria La Vieja, the Torre Ciega, Torres Park and the Castle de la Concepcion. One of the prettiest areas in the city is its port, where you can find the Modernist Town Hall, several monuments, such as the one dedicated to the Heroes of Cavite and Santiago de Cuba and the First submarine in the world ever to be launched,the latter being the work of Isaac Pearl in 1888. Before leaving Cartagena do not forget to visit the Archeological Museums.
The next stop after Cartagena is Mazarron, whose magnificent bay can be admired from the main road. The town meets the sea at the tourist centre where there are more than 35km of beaches. Its most important monument is the Castle of Los Velez.
CABO DE PALOS AND LOS BELONES
This is home to a very popular Sunday market, ceramic shops and some pleasant seafood restaurants around the harbour. Los Belones has a small fruit market every Tuesday and the Bodega de Los Belones wine cellar which offers wine tasting and an extensive range of local and national wines.
Heading towards Cartagena, El Algar also boasts an excellent wine cellar called La Cabana de Saura located on the road into the village and has a market every Friday.
Television, DVD player and Spanish TV.Stereo system.
Washing machine, microwave, fully fitted kitchen.
Fully air conditioned in every room.
2 balconies, 3 bathrooms, 3 Bedrooms.
Tennis, basketball, football courts.
Overlooking swimming pool, promenade and Mar Menor sea.
Minutes from marina and restaurants
|Airport (Murcia):||30 kilometers|
|From||To||1 week||2 weeks||night||Min. stay|
|01 Nov 2015||29 Feb 2016||€ 400£ 306$ 437||€ 745£ 569$ 814||€ 90£ 69$ 98||1 Week|
|01 Mar 2016||30 Apr 2016||€ 600£ 458$ 655||€ 1,250£ 955$ 1,365||€ 120£ 92$ 131||1 Week|
|01 May 2016||31 May 2016||€ 500£ 382$ 546||€ 950£ 726$ 1,037||€ 90£ 69$ 98||1 Week|
|01 Jun 2016||31 Jul 2016||€ 600£ 458$ 655||€ 1,100£ 841$ 1,201||€ 120£ 92$ 131||1 Week|
|01 Aug 2016||31 Aug 2016||€ 750£ 573$ 819||€ 1,450£ 1,108$ 1,583||€ 200£ 153$ 218||1 Week|
|01 Sep 2016||31 Oct 2016||€ 650£ 497$ 710||€ 1,200£ 917$ 1,310||€ 200£ 153$ 218||1 Week|
|01 Nov 2016||31 Jan 2017||€ 400£ 306$ 437||€ 745£ 569$ 814||€ 90£ 69$ 98||1 Week|
|01 Feb 2017||31 Mar 2017||€ 1,000£ 764$ 1,092||€ 1,800£ 1,375$ 1,966||€ 200£ 153$ 218||1 Week|
|Reservation fee:||20 %|
|Pay balance 6 weeks before arrival|
|Refundable security deposit:||-|
|Final cleaning:||€ 95.00£ 72.59$ 103.74|
|Linen and towels:||Not included in the price|
|Add € 10.00£ 7.64$ 10.92 (per stay) if you wish to use a linen pack|
|Cot:||Included in the price|
|High chair:||Included in the price|
|Electricity:||Included in the price|
|Water:||Included in the price|
|Wi-Fi:||Included in the price|
|Payment methods accepted:||Bank transfer|
|Notes:||Key collection on arrival:-
It is free to collect keys in office hours, but if its outside office hours, they charge a fee to send someone to open the office to deliver the keys.
Mondays - Fridays : 11.00-18.00 ( key collection between 18.00 – 22.00 is 25 euros and between 22.00 – 08.00 is 50 euros and between 08.00 – 11.00 is 25 euros)
Saturdays : 12.00 – 16.00 ( key collection between 16.00 – 22.00 is 25 euros and between 22.00 – 08.00 is 50 euros and between 08.00 – 12.00 is 25 euros)
Sundays and Bank Holidays: Closed ( key collection is 50 euros)
Linen & Towels
10 Euros per person and a further 5 Euros if you require replacement during your stay.
Linen and Key collection is paid for cash on arrival.
Departure no later than 11am (for cleaning and key return to office). Arrival after 3pm. A mobile number is needed for the key collection in case of problems.
Longer stays considered (1 - 6 months)