Fantastic spacious flat 130 m2, just over the beach, with a big living room , 2 bed rooms and 2 bathrooms with a very big terrace of 140 m2 a looking the just "over" the Mediterranean,and different areas for staying and relaxing.
The apartment has got a centralised Full Acclimatisation System( Air conditioned : cold and warm) at all the rooms, including the living room. As in summer it can be too hot and in winter it is much more comfortable with centralised warm acclimatisation. .
Free Internet in every area, including the terrace.
Outdoor : The terrace , fully equipped , has different areas : dining ( several dining tables up to 10 people) , sunbeds for relaxing, solarium, shower, open air kitchen, umbrellas, ...
The big terrace, in front of the sea, is facing south, so you will have sun the whole day, and enjoy the sunrise - sunset.
Indoor : It has got 2 big bedrooms, two bathrooms, a big living room and a independent dining room, kitchen, garage,
You can stay comfortably for up 4 adults, and 2 more children in extra beds.
All modern necessities are included: Free Internet access WIFI, TV, satellite antenna, microwave, washing machine,...
Beach front means literally ten steps from the door building, to Cotobro beach, a place well known as a beach and diving resort .
Near Golf fields, and Marina del Este port.
Lift from the beach / private parking space.
Registered as a Tourism Apartments according to the Government of Andalusia (Decreto Junta de Andalucía 28/2016) with the number : CTC-201649781
Almuñecar witnessed outstanding achievements that formed the Mediterranean culture. Tourists can visit: the necropolis from the 7th century BC and a 4th century fish salting plant, which are reminders of its Phoenician past; from Roman times, there are remains of civil buildings in the old town, like the vaults from the 1st century BC, located under the street named Martín Requeda, and the Roman Aqueduct; memories of splendour during the Arab Andalusian period are the layout of a district in the castle and the medieval fortress in itself, built on top of a Roman fortress. Furthermore, the Municipal Archaeological Museum, located in the Cueva de los Siete Palacios, displays an interesting collection of objects found in the archaeological remains of the surrounding
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COSTA TROPICAL: On the Costa Tropical you will find more than 60 beaches along 73 km of coastline, where sea merges with land and the horizon reaches as high as the peaks of the Sierra Nevada.
The Valle de Lecrín offers routes through stunning whitewashed villages, with narrow, steep streets, in the midst of a landscape that, in ancient times, bewitched Pheonecians and Romans.
The Granada coastline, with its splendid beaches, hidden coves and rugged cliffs, is ideal for every kind of sport, including diving and snorkelling, windsurfing, hang gliding and paragliding.
The land between the sea and the mountains, where there are lush spots with a gentle climate, is used to grow the tastiest tropical fruits: mangos, avocados, custard applies, and others.
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ALPUJARRA: The Granada Alpujarra, near Almuñecar, boasts stunning scenery, including almond trees, vineyards grown on terraces.
Due to the particularly hilly terrain, the towns have adapted to the uneven land, which is why they are built spaced out and facing south, to make the most of the gentle Mediterranean climate. The cobbled, winding streets are ideal to go for a stroll and breathe in calmness and tranquility. Time really does seem to have stopped in the Alpujarra.
One of the main towns in the region is Lanjarón, also known as the Puerta de la Alpujarra. It is the perfect spot to relax in the mineral-medicinal waters. There is also Órgiva, distinguished by its Moorish style.
The Balcón de la Alpujarra, formed by the whitewashed villages of Cañar, Soportújar and Carataunas, and the Barranco de Poqueira, home to the towns of Pampaneira, Bubión and Capileira, are a must-see in this region.
Cuisine in the Alpujarra mainly features meat and cured meat, especially the Trevelez ham