LA TORRE GOLF RESORT, MURCIA
This fantastic apartment is the largest of the various styles on La Torre, it is a home from home for a group of up to 4 people in a great location on La Torre Golf Resort and yet situated only a few minute's stroll to the restaurants, golf clubhouse and supermarket.
The stylishly furnished living/dining room has plenty of room for four of you to relax and eat after an afternoon on the course. Alternatively, make the most of the spacious terrace which overlooks two large pools and gardens. The over-sized patio doors leading from the lounge to the
terrace really adds to the overall feeling of space and light throughout the apartment. A gin and tonic was made for this balcony and the very comfortable table and chairs will help to set the scene.
You'll be able to cook up a feast in the first class kitchen which is furnished with everything needed for a five star holiday; dishwasher, cooker, hob, full size fridge and a washing machine, plus trendy crockery and a coffee machine. There are also a selection of restaurants to suit all tastes including a pizzeria, a tapas bar and the golf clubhouse or Irish bar serving tapas and bocadillos.
** Quiet yet central location on this five star resort
** Plenty of room for party of four
** Well furnished apartment
** Large terrace with lots of sunshine
** Overlooking 2 large swimming pools and secure play area right outside the apartment
** Lovely views
La Torre Golf Resort area
There are many interesting towns and villages to visit in the region including:
CARTAGENA - The capital of the region founded by the Carthargenians in 227 BC - Hannibalís capital city on the Iberian Peninsula. The narrow streets of the old town were built around the ruined 13th century cathedral and there are several sites of historical interest including the remains of the Roman road, an old Roman theatre, and an ancient lighthouse of Moorish origins.
SAN PEDRO DEL PINATAR where there is a nature reserve on the salt flats, one of the prime areas of ecological importance in Murcia. Migratory flamingos make their way to Africa via this spot each September (also spotted in May); an excellent location for watching a variety of migratory birds.
There is a marina and a promanade to walk alongside the long sandy beach, and a weekly market to shop for local produce (Monday).
BEACHES: There are beautiful sandy beaches all along the Mar Menor from San Pedro del Pinatar to Santiago de la Ribera to Los Alcazares with it's mile long promenade, marina, excellent shops, restaurants and bars, and a new shopping mall complete with cinema. Each October, the town celebrates its municipal independence, granted in 1983, with a spectacular week long fiesta.