Spain Destination

The Costa Cálida is a little part of Spain set between Andalousia and the Costa Blanca. Very little known and which deserve to be discovered!


La Azohia is a charming village with a little fishing arbor: Oasis of peace remaining authentic, no building towers, no hotels. Registered in a natural national reserve, it is a destination of choice for the lovers of diving with its 6 diving centers and the mediterranean crystal-clear sea at 29 degree in summer and without forgetting the 12 restaurants offering Spanish specialities, fresh fish for a very reasonable price.


It is also the ideal point of departure for visiting the province of Murcia.

The old baroque cities (Lorca, Murcia), the great port of Carthagena, the city of pilgrimage of Caravaca de la Cruz).


The penthouse is located on the first floor from a small building (only 6 apartments), just facing the sea with an amazing view on the bay and on the mountains.

 Surf. of 52 m2 : a large reception room ending on the balcony, a bedroom attached to the bathroom (Italian shower) . From the balcony, staircase reaching the roof terrace of 60 m2 which offer you on one side the bay and at the other side, the national natural reserve park.


Equipment :

Washing-machine, dish-washer, electric coffee-machine & boiler, ice-cube machine, oven, micro-wave, fridge, freezer, air conditioning, fan, TV, hair-dryer, iron & iron table, drying rack

Large wardrobe in the bedroom, king size double bed

On the balcony: armchair, table and chairs

On the top roof terrace: (private) armchairs, table, canopy bed


End stay cleaning and linen and towels aren't included in the rent of the apartment. 

The + of this penthouse:

- Rare: authentic village (NO building tower)

- quiet location (dead end of the bay)

- wonderful views on the bay and on the mountains

- 12 restaurants in the village (the closest one at 50 meters)

- 6 diving centers (amazing transparent sea water)

- market place at 100 meters

- Supermarket "SPAR" at 800 meters

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