Cabo de Palos 2 bedroom apartment Cala Reona
2 bedroom 3rd floor apartment
Large Community pool set in gardens
Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes
Bathroom with shower over bath, vanity unit, bidet and wc
Lounge diner with luxury suite, dining table and chairs
TV, DVD Stereo
Patio doors to terrace and commanding views across to the Mar Menor
Kitchen with fridge freezer, hob, microwave, and washing machine
Bedroom 2 is a twin bedroom
Fantastic Sea views and close to all amenities
Lift access and secure parking
Ideal for a family holiday …
Cabo de Palos a lovely traditional Spanish fishing village
The harbour at the fishing port has wonderful seafood restaurants and a fabulous atmosphere
Cabo de Palos has a lighthouse and is small peninsular extending into the Mediterranean
The Sunday market at Cabo is one of the biggest in the area
The beaches are soft and sandy, in places there are small coves, but on the other side of the peninsular they are long and wide
There is a great Chinese restaurant, beach café bars, cocktail bars, and it is a must for The Eve of the Three Kings
Circus visits once a year in August
The Village Festival takes place in August
The village has parades for Easter and Christmas
The village has two supermarkets and two ceramica shops
Within easy reach of the safe shallow beaches and waters of the Mar Menor
Cala Flores forms part of the Cal Blanque Nature Reserve, which offers secluded golden sandy beaches, with pure nature and no commercialism
The immediate locality
Cabo de Palos is a really pretty fishing village which has still kept its own charm and is still very spanish. The harbour front itself is stunning with the yachts moored in the marina and the fishing boats that go in and out daily and haul their nets up onto the pavement. You can sit out and enjoy the best paella around on the pavement cafes whilst you watch the night fishermen go out for the evening catch. You can also go scuba diving in the Med from the harbour front.
The apartment itself is set is a nice quiet residential area of Cabo, and yet it is only a few minutes walk from a large supermarket. Cross the road from the supermarket is the top of the Sunday Market. This is one of the largest in the area and if you are looking for a bargain, particularly shoes and handbags .. then this is a MUST. You only need to fall out of bed on a sunday morning to find the market, and if all that shopping makes you thirsty you can stop in one of the cafe bars in the centre of the market for a beer or a coffee. After all this is Spain and the Spanish dont like to be too far from their next coffee!
The restaurants in Cabo are fantastic, there is a wide selection to choose from but personal favourites are MiraMar and the Taberna. Both of these are on the water front. MiraMar serves the most fantastic paella, whereas the Taberna is the place to enjoy a steak.
The surrounding area
You dont need to hire a car to enjoy your time at Cabo de Palos. There are fantastic beaches on the Mediterrenean coast. Some of these rocky coves are only accessible by foot which means that the beaches and almost private. Cabo de Palos is a rocky outcrop into the Med and has its own Lighthouse, from which you have the most fantastic views up the coast of La Manga Strip. There is a shallow shelving sandy beach opposite the harbour with a childrens play area and a restaurant just on the beach there. Or you can enjoy the coves of Calblanque. Calblanque is a nature reserve with a fantastic and beautiful coastline.
If you do want to hire a car and explore the rest of the area of Murcia it is very easy to get around. The motorways are relatively quiet and very well signed.
We have a Villa Book in the apartment which recommends lots of things to do and see.