This contemporary home is uniquely situated on a cliff open to the bay with direct access to the sea and a private cave. Currently the property is not finished and offers the possibility of acquiring in current conditions or completely finished. According to the existing project, the space of the house is divided into three zones: the daytime, the night zone and the work space. Its implementation in a "U" will offer a landscaped courtyard pool with sea water and south oriented. The trees will be distributed to create shaded areas which are so desirable in the summer. It is a bioclimatic building of recyclable blocks. The facades near the sea need no maintenance. Some tanks of 4000 liters allow the recovery of rainwater that will be used for watering gardens. The architecture of this property offers high-quality contemporary living and work spaces. The spaces are tailored according to the needs of a family. The house is a haven where one finds peace and serenity regeneration. The common spaces and double height lofts give a feeling of total freedom space in line with the sea. A window in the pool solar rays projected through the filter of seawater in a shallow part of the house thus irradiating the space of a submarine atmosphere like we were submerged under the sea.
L’Escala is a seaside town with very diverse landscapes, from sandy beaches formed by coastal dunes to rocky massifs and abrupt coves. This landscape is framed between the Montgrí Massif and the Aiguamolls de l’Empordà. The Cala Montgó, Riells, the typical beaches of the historical town, and the beaches in Empúries stand out especially.
There are numerous cultural resources, including: the Archaeological Museum of Catalonia in Empúries, with the ruins of a Greek city and a Roman city; the Museu de l’Anxova i de la Sal (The Anchovy and Salt Museum); the towers of Pedró and Montgó; Cementiri Marí (The Marine Cemetery); Sant Martí d’Empúries (conserved as a medieval town); and a series of examples of the fishing tradition: MARAM (the Fish Interpretation Centre), the Alfolí de la Sal (the old salt storehouse), the norais (bollards) for mooring boats, the monuments to the people who live off the sea and the Dona del pescador (the fishermen’s wife).
L’Escala is also known for its gastronomy, especially for the Anxoves de l’Escala (L’Escala anchovies), which are conserved using ancestral methods. A visit to one of the anchovy factories is highly recommended.
We would also like to highlight important leisure activities which take place throughout the year: the Triumvirat Mediterrani (Mediterranean Triumvirate), the Empúries Marathon, the aplec de la sardana (sardana gathering), the Mare de Déu del Carme Festival, the Portalblau Festival, the Festa de la Sal (Salt Festival), the Festa de l’Anxova (Anchovy Festival), and the Jornades Gastronòmiques del Suquet de Peix (Fish Broth Festival).
Additionally, l’Escala offers SCUBA diving, bicycle routes, and hiking routes, amongst other sport, aquatic, and leisure activities
Availability upon agreement. Engel & Völkers does not accept responsibility as the information provided in this brochure is for information only and it is subject to errors, omissions, change of price or withdrawal without notice. Taxes, notary and registry fees must be paid by purchaser, the commission to E&V paid by the seller as stipulated by Spanish regulations.
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