This two bedroom, one bathroom apartment is located on the second floor and with access to a communal pool on the ground floor.Located on the second floor the property has been refurbished and presented to a good standard.There is an open plan living and dining room with kitchen off. This has a range of wall and base units, oven/hob, fridge freezer and washing machine.The two double bedrooms have built in wardrobes and the family bathroom has a shower over the bath.Off the lounge there is a small balcony overlooking the street.On the roof there is a private solarium and on the ground floor a communal pool.Around the block there is plenty of on street parking.The apartment would make an ideal lock up and leave holiday apartment close to amenities. AREA INFORMATION - FORMENTERA DEL SEGURAFormentera del Segura is a traditional Spanish town situated in the Vega Baja area of Southern Costa Blanca, Spain. Set amongst orange groves and surrounded by the mountains of Callosa del Segura and Orihuela and located less than 10 minutes drive from the coastal towns of Guardamar del Segura, La Marina and Torrevieja. Formentera has a traditional church square, a good selection of bars, cafes and shops, an outdoor swimming pool and a small weekly street market. The Rio Segura river which runs past the village has created an island, where the El Molino Natural Park with its picnic tables, seasonal barbecues, large stage area and an 18th-century water powered floor mill are situated. Alicante airport and San Javier airport are both about 30 minutes away by car, and the beautiful blue flag beaches of Guardamar del Segura can be reached in 10/15 minutes so it's easy to see why this has become popular area for buyers looking for a sunny getaway.Unlike many of the coastal areas, dependent solely on tourists, Formentera del Segura has a strong Spanish population, which ensures this area stays open all year round. As a result, it has become popular amongst many Northern Europeans looking for a winter holiday retreat, summer holiday house or permanent home in Southern Spain and its popularity is only likely to increase.Enjoy the spectacular climate and take a walk or cycle along with the Rio Segura, sit and enjoy a lunch of tapas washed down with a glass of the local wine, at any of the local Spanish and international bars in this quaint little village or take classes in Spanish and learn how to order 'un vaso de vino'! Like every town and village in the local area, the locals never need an excuse to party. Join in and help celebrate their heritage in the abundance of fiestas that seem to run weekly from Easter to Christmas. fireworks, paella, all-night discos and colourful street parades will mean you'll never be short of something to do.The Suma is 140 € per year and the Comunidad is 170 every quarter (approx).
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