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€179,000

PARAISO APARTMENTS, PARAISO APARTMENTS, La Manga del Mar Menor, Murcia, Spain

2 beds 2 baths 62m 2Apartment
AOK Properties
AOK Properties
Tel: 056-7804510
PSRA Licence No. 004145
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This residence is located between two seas. On one side are the calm waters of the Mar Menor and on the other, the legend that is the Mediterranean, long golden sand beaches facing cliffs excavated in Calablanque Natural Park; warmth and strength, adventure, and relaxation. Its more than 15 schools and 20 sailing clubs offer the ideal combination to practice water sport: dinghy sailing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, paddle surfing, canoeing, kite-surfing, water, skiing, luxury boating, ... In addition, the marine reserve of Cabo de Palos was declared as the best diving location in Europe by National Geographic; both for its biodiversity and the number of shipwrecks in its waters from the 5th century BC right up to World War 2.

PARAISO APARTMENTS, PARAISO APARTMENTS, La Manga del Mar Menor, Murcia, Spain

€179,000

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Beds2 beds
Price€179,000
Property TypeApartment
Size62 meters2
Energy RatingBER-
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Description

This residence is located between two seas. On one side are the calm waters of the Mar Menor and on the other, the legend that is the Mediterranean, long golden sand beaches facing cliffs excavated in Calablanque Natural Park; warmth and strength, adventure, and relaxation. Its more than 15 schools and 20 sailing clubs offer the ideal combination to practice water sport: dinghy sailing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, paddle surfing, canoeing, kite-surfing, water, skiing, luxury boating, ... In addition, the marine reserve of Cabo de Palos was declared as the best diving location in Europe by National Geographic; both for its biodiversity and the number of shipwrecks in its waters from the 5th century BC right up to World War 2.