Las Brisas 1: An apartment for a couple seeking quality & comfort
Our much-loved ground floor apartment has a high standard of furnishings and equipment for a comfortable self-catering holiday.
Because our apartment is on a corner, the bedroom, lounge and kitchen all face out from the building. Our apartment is one of a superior few at Las Brisas that don't suffer from having rooms with windows facing into a stuffy, dark and dingy central well. Believe me, you'll appreciate the value of this when you arrive !
Our extra-large lounge has two comfortable large sofas, televisión, DVD player, a portable electric fan, electric wall heaters and a dining area with sliding glass doors leading onto the terrace.
We have included sun loungers so you can relax in comfort by the enormous pool.
The kitchen has a ceramic hob, extractor, granite worktops, full size oven, large fridge freezer, washing machine, kettle and a toaster.
The bedroom has a double bed, fitted wardrobe, ceiling fan and Wall mounted heaters for out of season holidays.
The bathroom has a bath with an overhead shower attachment and a glazed shower panel.
There is lift access to all levels, including the underground garage and the communal solarium.
The apartment faces out from the complex, (not poolside) so it avoids noise disturbance coming up from the pool.
There is on street parking in front of the apartment or we can reserve you a space in the underground car park.
We provide towels for use in the apartment and can provide older towels for outdoor use (towels for outdoor use must be requested in advance of your stay).
Important note: As at July 2014, the apartment receives most UK freeview tv channels, but this could change at any time, depending on any changes the UK television channels make to their satellites.
Residencial Las Brisas has .....
.... a 25 metre pool with sunbathing terraces, poolside showers, toilets and changing facilities. The pool is maintained for year round use, has a segregated section for children and a lifeguard in high season.
.... a telephone entry system and lift access to all levels, including the pool and a small communal rooftop solarium.
Las Brisas is located .....
.... 10 minutes stroll to the beach and ....
.... 5 minutes stroll to
cafes with wi-fi access
indoor bowling alley, gym and bar
go kart track
Puerto's open-air Sunday market
The nearest free wi-fi access is about 300 metres away, at the Hotel La Cumbre's bar.
To see the location, click on the orange coloured tab labelled 'Location', towards the top of this page.
Puerto de Mazarron .....
The Costa Calida is one of Spain´s best places to holiday, having a gentle warm winter and long hot summer days.
A holiday in Puerto de Mazarron suits couples and families looking for a traditional Spanish seaside holiday with a choice of busy beaches or deserted coves, away from package holiday crowds and with plenty to do both day and night.
Puerto has great diving, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing and fishing. The beaches and small bays slope gently into crystal clear waters. Beach-side villages and miles of countryside surround the 32 km bay of Mazarron.
The coastal areas of Mazarron and Puerto de Mazarron boast some of the finest beaches in Spain and the untouched nature of the coastline and countryside appeals to those who seek a tranquil environment for their holidays.
Puerto de Mazarron is a popular resort for Spanish families and in the peak season (July and August) the population swells to capacity. At other times of the year it can be very quiet which makes Puerto ideal for that quiet "get away from it all" style holiday.
The area is ideal for walking holidays, with a variety of marked walks to suit all abilities.
Puerto has an attractive new marina, a variety of restaurants, tapas bars, evening entertainment bars, cultural activities including an open air summer cinema, indoor and outdoor sports facilities including ten pin bowling, sports hall, kart track, an uncovered Roman salt factory museum and a Phonecian boat information centre.
Puerto is one of the most important tourist centres for marine and sub-aquatic activities in Spain. The frequency of prevailing winds throughout the year in the Bay of Mazarron means sailing instruction and practice can be undertaken at any time of the year. The clear waters and rich flora and fauna offer the enthusiast some highly interesting dives.
The council regularly provides free beach concerts and has theme beaches with facilities for different ages with a variety of free sports and relaxation facilities - even designated nudist beaches.
In summer, Puerto de Mazarron has a couple of night clubs and two open-air out of town summer clubs which start very late and continue until sunrise.
Out & About .....
Camposol golf course is about 10 minutes by car, with La Manga only 40 minutes away.
Cartagena, a historic city with beautiful architecture, a pedestrianized upmarket shopping area, a variety of museums, newly opened (unearthed) Roman amphitheatre and a large port with a seafront paseo, is 30 minutes away by car.
The ancient city of Murcia is the capital of the region. It is easy to get to by train or road and has a historical centre with a cathedral, casino, churches and lots of interesting architecture, cafes, taps bars and some quality restaurants.
Whilst in the area, a visit to the beautiful Sierra Espuña National Park, to the north of Mazarron, through Totana or Alhama is a must. The drive and views are spectacular. On the journey and in the park there are local Spanish bars and restaurants serving good quality, reasonably priced food, or you can take your own food to cook on the outdoor barbecues in the designated picnic areas. The park has a visitor centre and signposted walks with amazing views.