This fabulous villa is situated in the ancient Moorish village of Mojacar on the coast of Almeria. It occupies sole position on the top of a small mountain commanding breathtaking views along the coast as far as Cartegena. Surrounded by acres of mountains on all sides there is no-one to disturb the peace, but only 5 minutes away you will find the beautiful beaches, restaurants and shops along the beach road below. This is still a relatively undiscovered coastal area so the miles of nearby beaches never have more than a scattering of bodies. Other attractions include the beautiful villages of Mojacar and Bedar with their narrow cobbled streets and Arabic architecture, the tiny coastal and fishing villages of the Cabo de Gata National Park, several Golf courses including the championships courses of Valle del Este and Desert Springs, tennis, riding, all water-sports and the marina at Garrucha.
Unspoilt beaches: Almeria is still a relatively undiscovered area of Spain and as a result the miles of beaches never receive more than a scattering of bodies, and if you want to jump in the car or boat you will find private coves all along the coast. Almeria receives more than 300 days of sun a year so good weather is more likely than not outside of January and February.
Excellent restaurants: Mojacar and the surrounding villages are full of good quality restaurants and bars. You can dine along the beach front overlooking the Mediterranean or drive up into the mountains to find quiet and exclusive retreats where good food and wine is always on offer. From Garrucha prawns to succulent pork you will find a wealth of dning experiences on offer.
Historic villages and natural beauty: Around Mojacar are many white washed villages nestling in the mountains, most of which were built by the Moors. There are also many fishing villages along the coast where excellent fish and seafood are to be had.