This superb newly built Spanish style house has 2 bed 2 bathrooms sleeps 6, furnished to a very high standard immaculate throughout. Large roof terrace great for sunbathing with mountain views. Swimming pool just 50 metres away. Bars, restaurants and the beautiful sandy beaches are just a 5 minute walk away.

Ground Floor
Lounge with dining area has air conditioning and ceiling fans, English/Spanish satellite TV. CD,DVD player. One of the sofas in the lounge converts to a very comfortable double bed which is easy to operate.

Kitchen fully equipped with electric oven, hob, dishwasher large fridge/freezer, microwave, kettle toaster and all the cooking utensils you need. Door leading to a small courtyard with utility area housing washing machine.

There is a shower and WC on the ground floor

Marble stairs leading to the first floor. Double bedroom with wall to wall wardrobes, twin bedroom again with wall to wall wardrobes, these beds can be zipped together to make a very comfortable King sized bed. Both rooms have air conditioning units and ceiling fans. Large bathroom with shower over bath toilet and bidet. Another marble staircase leads from landing to the large roof terrace.
Patio table and chairs, BBQ, sun loungers, beach towels, beach umbrella, fold up beach chairs and hair dyer all available for your use.

Facilities and attractions in San Juan

San Juan is a beautiful small village with arguably the best beaches in the area and certainly the safest only a few minuets walk form the house. It is a holiday resort that has grown up around a small fishing village and is famous for its cave houses and quiet beaches that are safe for all the family. Landscaped gardens with children's play area is just a few minuets walk from the house.. Table tennis, basketball, football beach gym equipment are to be found in the area. There is ample beach parking. The palm tree lined promenade stretches the length of the bay with a variety of restaurants and beach cafes. The village also has plenty of restaurants, bars, 2 supermarkets and other shops. During the peak season a night club is open for the younger people. Within a five minute drive there are many small sandy beaches ideal for small children and safe for bathing. San Juan has its own golf course - golf Aguillion situated in the foothills of the surrounding mountain range. An 18 hole par 70 course with panoramic views over the whole of San Juan and surrounding areas. The symbol of the village is the castle built by Charles 111 in 1764 to defend the coast against the attacks of the Berbers . You can take a short but interesting walk up to the tower, reward spectacular views up and down the coast. . Further into the mountains there are old iron and silver mines and a stiff uphill walk is worthwhile in order to see the old workings and ruined villages where the miners lived.
The sharp jagged peaks of the mountains behind the resort frame the skyline as the sun goes down. You can watch this stunning sunset from the roof or front terrace whilst enjoying an evening drink or having a BBQ. This is an ideal location for all the family and with its mild winters, average temperatures of 18 degrees and approx. 320 days of sunshine makes it a perfect break any time of year.

Nearby places of interest:

San Juan is a great centre for seeing all the sites .
There are many coves and small beaches along this stretch of the coast and some great coastal walks linking the bays to the north. Aguilas only 9km to the north, this medieval town with its marina, wide range of tourist facilities including a fantastic market every Saturday morning, great shopping and a lovely square set in gardens where you can relax and dine alfresco is not to be missed. Drive south to the traditional Spanish fishing town of Garrucha Garrucha's boost is that it is the seafood capital of the Costa, and home to some of the finest seafood restaurants in Almeria. The focal point of the town is its working fishing port and marina where each morning at dawn, you can see fishing boats putting out to sea to return later in the day (17:00) laden with fish. Visitors can watch the fishermen offloaded their catch before it is auctioned at the quayside. On Friday mornings the town comes to life with it's large traditional Spanish street market
The charming hilltop village of Mojacar some 30km further south is well worth a visit with its quaint little shops narrow streets and numerous bars and restaurants . The historic town of Lorca is 40km away . Lorca is studded with ancient monuments built in baroque architecture, Roman villas, palaces, unique works of art. It is also a great place for shopping. There are many interesting and attractive inland towns and villages in the northern Almeria area. All have their own character and wherever you go you will always find some hidden treasure as you uncover some of the beauties of this unspoilt region of Spain. This area is a truly undiscovered gem.