A great opportunity to secure a brand new Villa on a golf complex right next to the sea. Superbly connected by road and San Javier Airport just a measly 10 minute drive away. Constructed in a very sought after area these properties represent an excellent investment opportunity and are sure to appreciate in value, whether you wish to purchase for a holiday round of golf, or to permanently try to improve your handicap, or to rent out for others to. This development really has it all.
This brand new residential development, overlooks the Gulf of Mar Menor next to Los Narejos beach, one of the six best beaches in Spain and Los Alcázares sports port. It is also very close to the world renowned sports complex in La Manga. The development has been designed by our architects to combine a minimalist style of detached homes and an enviable landscape. The 18-hole golf course has been engineered by Manolo Piñero, who based the project on attention to the details to be included in La Serena Golf so that each golfer could feel the magic of the sport through a layout that encompasses different landscapes and adjusts to the topography and vegetation of the area. However, its not only about location. Both the design and the construction of the residential development result from always demanding respect for the environment and compliance with high quality standards for the project, not only regarding design, development or completion, but also the materials utilised.
Mar Menor (Spanish pronunciation: [ˌmar meˈnor], “Minor sea” or “Smaller Sea”. The Mediterranean Sea is also called “Larger Sea [Mar Mayor] in the region) is a coastal salty lagoon in the Iberian Peninsula located south-east of the Autonomous Community of Murcia, Spain, near Cartagena.
Four municipalities lie by the Mar Menor, Cartagena, Los Alcázares, San Javier and San Pedro del Pinatar. With a surface area of nearly 170 km², a coastal length of 70 km, and warm and clear water no more than 7 metres in depth, it is the largest lagoon in Spain.
The lagoon is separated from the Mediterranean Sea by La Manga (“the sleeve”, in Spanish), a sandbar 22 km in length whose width ranges from 100 to 1,200 metres, with Cape Palos in its south-eastern vertex making for the lagoon’s roughly triangular shape. There are five islets located within the lagoon, namely Perdiguera islet, Mayor islet, Ciervo islet, Redonda islet and del Sujeto islet.
Its relatively high salinity, which aids flotation, and remarkable sporting infrastructures makes it a popular place for a wide variety of water sports.