Set slightly elevated into the mountain this resort is surrounded on 3 sides by national park mountains of Cabo de Gata Natural Park with front line panoramic sea views and just 2 minutes walk down to the nearest quiet and unspoilt beach.
Sleeping 6 in 3 separate rooms (2 beds + further study with double sofa bed) and featuring premium Egyptian cotton bed linen and luxury towels as used in 5* hotels, this beautifully presented and recently refurbished apartment is set in arguably the best location in the resort directly on the front line looking out at fabulous and uninterrupted sea views from a 500sq ft landscaped garden with outdoor seating/dining area. Specialist lighting adds to the evening ambience. A separate covered terrace overlooks the national park mountains and sea.
The apartment is furnished to a very high standard with an L shaped leather sofa for relaxed and comfortable seating & is equipped with all mod cons such as free WIFI throughout the apartment, Music speakers, Playstation 3, HD TV, DVD player, AstraOne Satellite TV, KitchenAid N'Espresso coffee machine, washing machine, iron, hair dryer. The main bedroom, 3rd room and lounge/dining area all have sea views. The new and modern kitchen is of high quality & well equipped, including a dishwasher & N'Espresso coffee machine.
Airports / Transfers: Very easy access from the UK - airports at Almeria, Murcia, Alicante, Malaga all within easy driving distance
Budget airlines fly to Almeria (nearest airport) from all over UK (eg Ryanair, Easyjet, BMI, Monarch)
Almeria - transfer is around 45 mins by car
Murcia - transfer is around 1.5 hours by car
Alicante - transfer is around 2 hours by car
Car is needed but multiple good car hire companies found directly at the airport.
Almeria Area: The Cabo de Gata National Park is Andalucia's largest coastal protected area with some of Europe's most original geological features and stretches the coastline around Almeria with high craggy mountains, some fabulous unspoilt beaches, hidden coves and, for divers, extensive coral reefs teeming with marine life giving some of the best diving in Spain. Designated a UNESCO Biosphere reserve in 1997, the park shelters an extraordinary wealth of wildlife, including many rare and endemic plants and endangered fauna.
The historic town of Granada is just a couple of hours away. An absolute must is a visit to the astonishing UNESCO national heritage site, the Alhambra. Don't forget to stroll the winding streets of the Albaicin, the old Arabic quarter, at the foot of the Arabian palace.
There are plenty of local towns to visit, not least the old town, Mojacar Pueblo, set in the hills with its narrow cobbled streets, nice restaurants and Flamenco in the summer months in the main square.
Garrucha is also just a few kms away from Mojacar Playa, with its blue flag beaches and lovely port/harbour area. It remains an active fishing port and marina and is a seafood lovers delight.