This privately owned modern apartment is 1 of 15 in a very Spanish style building. Access is by 1 flight of stairs direct from private car park at rear of building. The property is situated about 200 meters from the beach and has a wonderful view of the Mediterranean Sea from its front balcony. HIGH SEASON PRICES REDUCED BY 20% IN 2018! Its back balcony overlooks the rear garden and private car park. The apartment contains all mod cons you would expect in a luxury self-catering apartment: fully fitted Pine Kitchen, Solid Pine dining table with six Pine chairs, comfortable lounge area fully stocked with reading material for all interests, FREE WI-FI, Sat. SMART TV Video, DVD Player, Hi-Fi System with selection of CD’s, One Master Bedroom containing double bed and single bed, complete with built in wardrobes. Second Bedroom with Pine Bunk Beds, (beds are adult size) plus pull out roller bed for an extra sleeper. Bathroom has a full-size bath and shower unit. Hot water is by electric immersion heater. Hair dryer, Iron and Ironing Board
Location: Best possible location for those holiday makers who do not wish to be sleeping amongst the 18/35 age group! No local Discos and noisy bars! No Busloads of visiting tourists! No Larger Louts/Hen Parties/Stag Nights! Just peace and tranquility - the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing and memorable holiday! Another major bonus is that the proprietor of this apartment lives but 20 minutes away (in Tortosa) and can be called upon for advice locally, including any unforeseen happenings. With 30 years experience in the tourist industry in seven different countries, his ears are sympathetic and understanding and he will do everything in his power to ensure you have a well deserved holiday!
L'AMPOLLA: One of the last remaining upspoilt fishing villages along the East Coast of Spain. Plenty of fresh fish in the local restaurants and good natural food is in abundance. The village of L'Ampolla is located about one kilometer from the Urbanisation of Cap Roig, where the apartment is located. During the summer months, there are various local 'fiestas' where the visiting tourist is invited to join in with the fun! No bull fights, but plenty of bull running!
TARRAGONA: Wonderfully Spanish! Not yet affected by mass tourism, except, perhaps for Port Aventura and Salou. Then again, the kids will want to visit Universal Studios Spanish answer to DisneyWorld! Some may even fancy a trip to Barcelona FC at Camp Nau.Beautiful scenery along the River Ebro Basin with plenty of little villages along the way just waiting to be explored. The Catalans are very welcoming and proud of their own traditions - just watch them working with pottery! The Ebro Delta is famous for its rice growing and protected natural wild life centre.