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1 bedroom apartment in Aguas Nuevas, Albacete, Spain

128 500€

Aguas Nuevas, Albacete


  • General
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • Areas
  • Built: 51 m²

Property description

Here comes for sale an apartment that is a real jewel. This apartment has been completely refurbished with the best quality materials and carefully decorated. The apartment is located in Aguas Nuevas in Torrevieja near the city center and service. Entering the communal area youll find a nice bbq area and a big pool. The apartment is on the fourth floor and northeast facing. Entering the apartment there is a small hall that leads to a living room with a dining table, french kitchen and a balcony with stunning views over Torrevieja and some sea views. To reach the bedroom there is a small hall that leads also to the bathroom. The perfect investment for long or short term rental. Torrevieja is a coastal city located in the province of Alicante, in the southeastern part of Spain. It is situated on the Costa Blanca, which is known for its beautiful beaches and Mediterranean climate.Location: Torrevieja is part of the Valencian Community and is situated on the Costa Blanca, approximately 50 kilometers south of Alicante.Climate: The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers. This climate, along with its proximity to the sea, makes Torrevieja a popular destination for tourists and expatriates.Salt Lakes: Torrevieja is known for its salt lakes, including the Laguna Salada de la Mata and the Laguna de Torrevieja. These salt lakes are pinkish in color and are a significant part of the citys landscape.Tourism: Tourism plays a crucial role in Torreviejas economy. Visitors are attracted to its sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, and cultural attractions. The city also has a long seaside promenade, a marina, and various parks.Cultural Attractions: The city has several cultural and historical sites, including the Church of the Immaculate Conception and the Torre del Moro, a watchtower with panoramic views of the area.Economy: In addition to tourism, the economy of Torrevieja is supported by fishing, salt production, and agriculture. The salt industry has historically been important to the region.Expatriate Community: Like many coastal areas in Spain, Torrevieja has a significant expatriate community, with many foreigners choosing to live there either seasonally or permanently.Festivals: The city celebrates various festivals throughout the year, including Carnival, Semana Santa (Holy Week), and the Habaneras and Polyphony International Contest, which focuses on choral music.Whether you are interested in relaxing on the beaches, exploring cultural attractions, or enjoying the local cuisine, Torrevieja offers a diverse range of experiences for visitors.


Aguas Nuevas, Albacete

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