Los Molinos 39 - 2 bed Apartment - 1369458£150000
From Los Molinos surrounding road, just a few steps for direc t access to the villa entrance and large tiled terrace. External lighting, wood panel door opens onto hallway and dining room with storage cupboard on one side.
3.50m x 0.04m (11' 6" x 1") floors of ceramic tiles, beamed and vaulted ceiling. Fireplace dressed in local stone wtih built in bench seating. Paddle fan, tv and power points. Sliding pvc pation window opens onto dining and barbecue terrace.
From the lounge area pvc sliding doors leadon onto the dining terrace with built in barbecue and bench seating with decorative ceramic tiles, approximately 8 square metres.
3.30m x 2.50m (10' 10" x 8' 2") floors of quality ceramic tiles, serving hatch through to kitchen and open plan access to lounge area, terracotta stairs both upwards to roof terrace and downwards to bedroom.
2.65m x 2.35m (8' 8" x 7' 9") Floors finished in ceramic tiles with ceramic tiled splash backs. Full range of wooden wall, drawer and base units with granite work surfaces. White goods include fridge/freezer, washing machine, oven, hob, double sink and extractor, serving hatch to dining area.
3.20m x 3.05m (10' 6" x 10' 0") Floors finished in ceramic tiles, built in wardrobes with louvred doors, reverse cycle air conditioniong and heating unit, paddle fan, tv point, french windows.
Master Bathroom, en-suite
2.50m x 2.40m (8' 2" x 7' 10") ceramic tiled floors and 3/4 marble tiled walls. Marble topped vanity unit with twin inset sinks, mirror behind, bath with shower over, wc, bidet, heated towel rail, 3 lockable cupboards.
3.15m x 3.00m (10' 4" x 9' 10") floors finished in ceramic tiles, built in wardrobes, reverse cycle air conditioning and heating unit, paddle fan.
2.55m x 2.45m (8' 4" x 8' 0") ceramic tiled floors and 3/4 ceramic tiled walls. Marble topped vanity unit with single inset sink, mirror behind and walk in shower, wc and bidet, heated towel rail, washer/dryer.
From the dining area, a spiral staircase leads up to the sun deck with terracotta finished floors, water and electricity points and external lighting, approx 12 square metres.
Beaches and Watersports
The La Manga Club resort has its own secluded Mediterranean cove, La Cala, located approximately ten minutes by car or shuttle bus from the hotel. There are numerous other beaches on the Mediterranean and Mar Menor coasts. The Mar Menor beaches are particularly popular with families due to the warm, shallow waters. The area is ideal for watersports such as sailing, snorkelling and scuba diving.
La Manga Club offers numerous children-friendly facilities and plenty of ways to keep the kids entertained, ranging from Junior Tennis Academy courses, swimming pools and crazy golf, to a children's play area at Las Lomas Village (for Las Lomas residents only) and the superbly equipped Mini-Club Fiesta near the Tennis Centre.
Restaurants and Entertainment
There is a fabulous choice of restaurants and bars within La Manga Club, at the hotel, in Las Lomas and in the central shopping area of Las Sabinas. Cuisine ranges from typical Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Indian. During peak seasons it is recommended to book tables in advance.
La Manga Club has always been synonymous with golf. With its three championship 18-hole courses and outstanding practise facilities, it is perhaps hardly surprising that it has been voted Europe's top golf resort three times in the past five years.
Host to such prestigious events as the Davis Cup and the Fed Cup, La Manga Club Tennis Centre is one of Europe's finest outdoor facilities. There are 28 courts in a choice of clay, Astro Turf or hard surfaces, most of them floodlit.
Relax as never before at the Spa and Wellness centre located in Las Lomas, set over two floors complete with 13 treatment rooms, including two couples rooms and three deluxe spa suites, spacious gymnasium and fitness studio, jacuzzis, saunas, steam rooms, fun showers, and a 6 lane 25-metre indoor swimming pool.
The Murcia Region is best explored by hire car, and this can be arranged for you. Close to La Manga Club there is the charming fishing village of Cabo de Palos with excellent restaurants and well worth a visit. The 'La Manga Strip' is a thirteen mile long strip of land that surrounds the Mar Menor. This is lively in the summer with busy restaurants, bars and markets, also the Thomas Maestre harbour offering boating trips etc.
Cartagena, 20 minutes from La Manga, is the first settlement founded in the natural harbour of Cartagena was constructed in 223 BC by the Carthaginians, who called it Quart Hadas (New City). After conquering the city in 209 BC the Romans called it Carthago Nova (New Carthage). Although the city declined in importance in the middle ages, its prestige increased in the 18th century when it became a major naval base. Now a busy city with a wealth of museums, restaurants and of course great shops.
Lorca sits in the south-west of the region of Murcia and is a town of a variety of contrasts. The town blends it's historical heritage with modern life. Lorca is also an important commercial centre and is probably the most important tourist centre in the region. It has mountains to a height of 1.500m in the north-west and an 8km coastline. The surrounding area is covered with vineyards.
Mar Menor (Little Sea) is a unique area located on the east coast of Spain, within the region of Murcia just above the city of Cartegena. Few regions have the good fortune to have both a saltwater lake and a Mediterranean shore. The region of Murcia has both and the salt water lake with an area of 170sq.km is known as Mar Menor, the largest salt water lake in Europe. The water here is both warm and very safe for swimming.
Murcia is described as one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the country. The city is some 1200 years old and has many features and museums and excellent shopping. It has the highest temperatures in the region. There is a great deal of Moorish influence in the city, not least of all the impressive city walls. After the reconquest, the 20 mosques in the city were turned into churches. The Cathedral is the most highly prized building in the city. The first foundation stone was laid in 1388 by Bishop Pedrosa. It took four centuries to complete. There are so many different styles and cultures within, including 23 different chapels.