Almeria Turre apartment. €84,000 3 beds 2 baths, large rooftop solarium with communal pool. Close to the main square in Turre. Located in a modern apartment block, a spacious 100 sq, m. property on the second floor with lift access. An ideal property for those who don’t want to drive, yet be central for shops, bars, restaurants, amenities and have a good community close by.
Listing Price: €84,000
Build Size m2: 100
Swimming Pool: Communal
Additional Features: Close to Mojacar and beaches
A great property for permanent living or as a holiday home. The beaches of the Costa de Almeria are just an 8 minutes’ drive and the picturesque hillside village of Mojacar Pueblo 4 minutes away. For golfers you have the 36 hole Valle de Este and Marina de la Torre courses both a short drive.
The apartment has a spacious lounge 5.61m x 3.21m with patio doors and a Juliet balcony. The owners have installed a glazed internal panel with sliding doors to separate the dining area 4.94m x 3.39m.
The breakfast kitchen 4.61m x 2.45 m has matching wall and base units, separate utility area and useful larder cupboard.
There are three double bedrooms.
Master bedroom 4.24m x 3.45m with en-suite shower room.
Bedroom 2 – 4.23m x 2.73m
Bedroom 3 – 2.91m x 2.65m
The apartments are unique in that there is a spacious rooftop solarium with private swimming pool, solely for the usage of the owners. From here you can sit and relax and enjoy the views to the surrounding hillsides and views over Turre.
Mains Water & Electric
Satellite TV & Internet available
Living accommodation 100sq.m.
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Mojacar is located in the Spanish province of Almeria on the Costa de Almeria. The Moorish old town of Mojacar is perched high on a hill looking down on 17kms of unspoilt beaches. From a distance the town looks like a traditional Andalusian sugar cube village clinging to the sides of the hilltop.
Sandwiched between the mountains of the Sierra Cabrera and the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, Mojacar is the largest and most popular tourist centre of this south-eastern corner of Spain.
The captivating town with whitewashed ancient buildings, labyrinth of winding cobbled streets and alleys and romantic courtyards. The old town affords magnificent views to the mountains, sea and Taberna desert.
The history of Mojacar actually dates back 4000 years to the Bronze Age around 2000BC, however the name Mojacar derives from its Moorish occupation and the Arab word “Munsaqar”. The moors defended the town against the Christian armies for hundreds of years until King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel reclaimed it in the late 15th century.
Mojacar remains true to its Moorish legacy with its old Moorish fortress and the Mudejar architecture the area still evokes an Arabic aura. Under a law passed in 1987, the Arab architecture here will be preserved for posterity and for the joy of visitors who are enamoured with its ambience.
When visiting the old town of Mojacar you will notice a symbol painted on many of the homes. The symbol is that of the Indalo Man, an icon of the province of Almeria, which depicts the Neolithic painting found in the caves of Letreros in Velez Blanco. The icon is said to be a man holding an arc with magic powers that protect the area against storms and the ‘evil eye’. Superstition has made it the custom for people to paint this symbol on the Arabic ‘Hamsa’ symbol on their front doors.
Each summer the locals honour their Arab ancestors with a spectacular Moors and Christians festival, complete with extravagant costumes, Arab sabres and mock street battles.
Mojacar Playa situated below the ancient village provides a completely different atmosphere; a modern lively resort town which has been tastefully developed in keeping with the traditional feel of the area, boasting 9 kilometres of sandy beaches and great facilities – restaurants, traditional bars, shops, villas and apartments line the seafront.
The area provides plenty of activities for the foreign holidaymaker whilst retaining its traditional Spanish charm and character.
The other local beaches stretch along 17 kilometres, much of which is unspoilt and has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are no less than three Blue European Flag Awards on the beaches for cleanliness. There is a good range of beach and watersport facilities available – sailing, fishing and golf, to mention a few.
As the Costa Almeria is known to be the hottest, driest region of Spain with over 3,000 hours of sun each year, it makes for the perfect destination for tourists looking for a guaranteed sunshine holiday.
All in all Mojacar town and Mojacar Playa offers a fantastic combination of the traditional Spanish town with a lovely modern beach resort. A great place to relax and soak up the local ambiance and culture.
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