The pictures accurately portray the apartment and its location. The only entrance to the building is actually on the road behind and so access to the beach requires visitors to walk along the road until the next junction and then walk to the beach. View from the balcony is great and we spent most evenings watching people promenading below us.
The apartment is on the first floor with another two apartments above and a jewellery/gift shop below. There was noise from both directions, especially loud music from the shop below so do not expect a totally peaceful experience. We had two young grandchildren with us but fortunately they slept through such noise. The apartment is surrounded by bars and restaurants so eating out offers plenty of choice.
The apartment is of a typical Spanish style with tiled floors throughout. Our two year old was happy to run around all day but we had a problem with our seven month old grandson who was at risk of hitting his head on the hard floor surfaces as he learned to crawl. I would suggest that the apartment is better suited to older children than young toddlers.
We asked Robinson’s to provide two cots and a high chair for our stay and these were already inside when we arrived. One cot was fine but the second cot and mattress did not seem to fit well. We used additional padding to resolve the problem. The high chair was sturdy but the harness was badly stained. Each item was charged at 25 Euros for the week.
A charge of 150Euros is added to the rental for cleaning but, during our stay, we never saw any evidence that cleaners had visited. The only time we were aware of cleaning was at 2 am when the guests in the apartment above us checked out. We then heard furniture being moved and cleaning noises for 30 minutes afterwards— hardly a great time for cleaning to take place.
Overall, we did enjoy our stay. The kitchen is well equipped and air conditioning and WiFi works well. Furniture is adequate and somewhat basic but everything that is essential is provided.