This superb, duplex apartment is situated on the fourth and top floors of a modern apartment building in the residential zone of Lake Placid, Lago Menor. Its excellent position offers pleasant views over the lake to the mountains from the 18m2 south-facing balcony. Recently constructed to high specifications the apartment benefits from integrated, reverse-cycle air conditioning, a parking space, video entry phone and a 40m2 private roof terrace that has views to the sea. The top floor consists of the main, ensuite bedroom and a further bedroom and bathroom; downstairs are the lounge / diner, fully fitted kitchen, laundry and guest toilet. Furthermore, there are the communal swimming pool and gardens to enjoy. The building has a lift and the community fees are reasonable.
Puerto Alcudia lies in the northeast of Mallorca at the north end of 8,5km of white sandy beach that runs the length of Alcudia Bay, without a doubt the bay is its main attraction. Heading away from the beach, the resort branches inland around a series of lakes and canals and is just a stones throw from the historic Roman town of Alcudia. Further along the bay lies the S’Albufera Nature Reserve, a specially protected area for birds and the largest wetland area on the island.
Puerto Alcudia is great for shopping, has a selection of excellent restaurants, a water park, and plenty of bars and discos for those looking for some lively nightlife. The numerous sporting activities on offer such as tennis, horse riding, scuba diving, windsurfing, kite surfing, water-skiing, sailing and golf, make it popular both during the hottest months and also out of season when the mild climate is ideal for cycling, running and hiking; an ideal choice for families with children, sports lovers and also with those who just want to spend their holiday enjoying fine weather in a beautiful Mediterranean setting.
Alcudia is the second busiest harbour on the island and an important trade port. From here, you can take a boat trip around the islands spectacular coast, or even a ferry to Barcelona or Menorca. The chic, vibrant marina has more than a thousand moorings for boats and yachts and an extensive seafront promenade with a multitude of bars, cafes and restaurants. Those who wish to uncover the secrets, customs and culture of the area, will enjoy doing so during the cooler months, when the weekly markets still run, flights are cheaper and the almond trees are in full glorious bloom.
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