Apartment Liano, First Floor, Sea Views, Sleeps 4
A beautiful 2 bedroom first floor apartment, surrounded by lovely established gardens, a communal pool, and the beach right in front and with sea views across the Mar Menor. Very tastefully furnished with solid marble tiles throughout, vanity unit in bathroom, as well as lovely modern integrated kitchen. One of the balconies has views across the Mar Menor.
Washing Machine, Dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster.
Integrated Oven and Hob
Central heating for the winter months
Fully equipped kitchen
1 double bedroom with king size bed with private terrace1 bedroom with 2 * single beds that can be joined together
Beautiful vanity unit, bath and shower
TV and DVD player
Lounge with a further terrace
All bed linen and towels includes (except beach towels)
Garden table and 4 chairs
ABOUT THE AREA
Beautifully designed beach front apartments (64 in total) built around a communal pool, with the beautiful beach being at the back door.
Only 5 minutes drive from San Javier (Murcia) airport, Nueva Ribera Beach Club is provided with 24 hour security and underground parking. Set in the pretty town of Los Alcazares, it is a perfect base for exploring the historic province of Murcia, a city lined with designer boutiques and unique one-off shops. The historic naval port of Cartagena is a short drive, or relax and unwind on a boat taking in the unique coastline of La Manga, stopping at Cabo de Palos with its exquisite seafood restaurants.
The Mar Menor has a 7km stretch of sandy beach lined with palm trees and a promenade perfect for walking, cycling or watch the world go by drinking ice cold cerveza and tapas at one of the many beach bars on route. A 10-15 minute stroll will bring you to Los Narejos where you will find a superb selection of restaurants offering international cuisine Al Fresco in the warm summer breeze. The land adjacent to the beach and areas surrounding the complex is awaiting landscaping.
Within Los Alcazares (pronounced 'los-alcatha-res') is situated in the Murcia region of south-eastern Spain, also known as the Costa Calida. The town sits on the western shore of the Mar Menor, a saltwater lagoon separated from the Mediterranean Sea by a 22 kilometre long strip of land called La Manga. The area enjoys an average of 320 days of sunshine each year. Bars, cafes and restaurants provide drinks, tapas, meals and entertainment, and the warm water of the Mar Menor helps make the town a paradise for bathers and water sports enthusiasts.