Well located apartments of 2-3 or 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms with spacious terraces, parking and storage.
Ground floor apartments with private gardens and first floor and attic with solarium. Urbanisation closed to traffic, pedestrian traffic exclusively with large green area and swimming pool for community use.
The city of Orihuela Spain lies about 50 km south west of Alicante, just between Elche and Murcia. With about 50 000 habitants Orihuela is a major city in the area. You can best reach Orihuela using the national road N 340 from Alicante. Orihuela is the capital of what is called “La Vega Baja” (or the low fertile lowlands), one of the largest regions in the province of Alicante which pertains to the Valencian Community. It is about 57 kilometres south-west of Alicante heading inland although the region’s land reaches until the Costa Blanca. Orihuela has 16 kilometres of beach which lie about 20 kilometres from the main city but are neighboured by Torrevieja to the north. So, if you are to visit this city, don’t miss one of the following beaches; Mil Palmeras, Campoamor, Zenia, Cabo Roig, Punta Prima or Playa Flamenca. All the beaches are well indicated and have been awarded the blue flag (approved by an official government organization) for the well-kept conditions they always maintain. To this offer you can also add the possibility of practicing golf in various 9 and 18 holes’ golf courses in the area as Las Colinas, Villamartin, Las Ramblas, Campoamor, etc, as well as various marinas and ports for those who love water sports. All of this and other coastal cities like Calpe, Denia, and Torrevieja are very easy to reach. If flying in, you should go to either the Altet Airport in Alicante city or to San Javier Airport in Murcia. If you are coming from the north on the Mediterranean coast, then take the pay highway AP-7 to freeway A-7, getting off at exits 80 and 81. Or if coming down from Madrid, there is a train station in Orihuela called Intermodal Train Station from where you can get other public transport to the beach area (buses called Costa Azul) or other cities around. Famous for the palmeral a huge palm tree forest and the river Segura, Orihuela has been the base of the bishop which contributes to large parts of its important architecture. Considering that many of these palaces and churches have been recognized as national monuments, for those of you who like to get a dive into history and culture of the area, the city is perfect.
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