The apartment has been furnished to a high standard to help make your stay a comfortable one. The lounge has a sofa and armchair, as you can see from the photographs and makes for a very comfortable afternoon siesta!
Satellite TV has been installed and there is also a CD player should you want a quiet evening in.
As the apartment is our holiday home, we’ve made sure that the right utensils are in place in the kitchen. We’ve included some summer cook books (to give you inspiration with the BBQ food!) and some new fluffy towels for a little bit of added luxury.
From the front door, you enter the living space, with the kitchen to your left and lounge straight ahead, there are patio doors with electric shutters leading directly on to the private patio.
The kitchen is fully fitted and equipped with everything you would expect, fridge, microwave & washing machine. The hob is halogen, very efficient and easy to keep clean during your stay. There is plenty of preparation and storage space in the kitchen and the inventory includes good quality saucepans (with lids!), serving dishes, large dinner plates and plenty more.
The sunlight streams in to the lounge area through the patio doors but you have the option of pulling the curtains across and switching on the fan if you prefer a cooler room. The sofa has plenty of cushions for maximum comfort and with satellite television and a small selection of magazines, books & games you can be sure that everyone will be kept entertained.
There is a double sofa bed in the lounge area.
The bedroom area has a Kingsize bed and a fitted double wardrobe, there are bedside tables with lamps. The bed linen is cool cotton, essential for summer stays and you will find extra blankets in the wardrobe if you are holidaying outside the peak summer months or prefer a warmer bed!
The newly refitted bathroom has a large walk in shower with body jets and a rain shower, large basin & wc.
The patio garden has a table and chairs for al fresco dining and sun loungers and a parasol
The Pueblo of Bellaluz is centrally located within the resort, it has two private swimming pools for the use of Bellaluz guests. In the summer months the poolside bar serves drinks & light snacks.
In Bellaluz Plaza there is a good selection of shops, these include a supermarket, pharmacy and a selection of boutiques.
The Plaza offers a selection of bars and restaurants ideal for al fresco dining. El Bistrot is a brasserie offering a continental menu and the Sportsman offers a wide range of beers & cocktails.
La Manga Club Resort
Within the 1400 acre world class resort there is a wealth of sport & leisure facilities. These include:
3 Championship Golf Courses
80 Bay Floodlit Driving Range
28 Tennis Courts
8 Football Pitches
Childrens Sports Academies
Fabulous Health Spa
Piano Bar & Live Music Bars
La Cala Beach with a fabulous seafood restaurant
Over 20 Restaurants offering a selection of cusines
Shops, Boutiques, Banks & Supermarkets
The Mar Menor & Surrounding Area
The Mar Menor is Europes largest saltwater lagoon, with over 73km of shallow water. It can be seen as a vast natural swimming pool with temperatures conducive to year round bathing. Its mineral rich waters and thermal mud draws people from all over Europe to help ease arthritis and rheumatism. Flamingos can often be seen in the waters.
Cabo De Palos
This quaint fishing village is famous for its stone built lighthouse and is a great area for scuba diving. After wondering around the pretty harbour, watching the fish being landed, enjoy lunch in one of the many seafood restaurants around the harbour. There is a busy Sunday morning market in the village. From here you can drive to La Manga Strip.
La Manga Strip
This lively 17 km long peninsular seperates the meditteranean sea from the Mar Menor with fabulous beaches on both sides.
The strip is renowned for its nightlife, with bars, clubs & restaurants. Pay a visit to the Thomas Maestro Port and view the fabulous yachts, while sampling a glass of wine in the bars overlooking the marina.
The closest town to La Manga Club, Los Belones has a great selection of restaurants. Visit the Pyramid Centre for a lively evening out. Dine at one of the many restaurants set around the courtyard and enjoy the live music. (in summer months)
La Cueva Bodega is well worth a visit to sample some fantastic Spanish wines & cheeses. They also offer a delivery service....
This ancient Roman port is the second most important city in the region and the centr of the mediterranean maritime department. This port boasts the ruins of a Roman theatre, archaeological museums, plus military & modernist exhibits and architecture. The city is home to the first submarine in the world ever to be launched.
The city offers a superb selection of shops, including El Corte Ingles.
Murcia is the regions capital, dominated by its magnificent cathedral featuring some of the greatest examples of spanish Baroque & Renaissance art.
Every village and city becomes a market one morning a week. It is the place where you can buy everything from shoes, crafts and local specialities, fruits and vegetables. The largest street market in the area is the one in Cabo de Palos, taking place every Sunday. It is especially renowned for ceramics and other crafts.
Monday - San Pedro del Pinatar
Tuesday - Los Belones, Los Alcazares, La Union
Wednesday - Cartegena, Santiago de la Ribera
Thursday - Los Urrutias, San Javier
Friday - El Algar, Torrevieja
Saturday - Los Narejos, Torre Pacheco
Sunday - Los Nietos, Cabo de Palos
Fabulous apartment at world class La Manga Club resort. Fantastic sports facilities inc 3 championship golf courses, tennis courts & health spa.