Set on over 1500 acres of beautiful country side in the Murcian hills La Manga Club is worthy of consideration if you are in the market for second property or are thinking of moving overseas. The climate is perfect all year round, although being southern Spain it can be a little hot during the main summer months. The winter climate is close to perfect boasting some 330 days of sunshine each year.
With over 2000 properties on La Manga Club the choice of property is huge.
Bellaluz is a lively village with the heart of the Club and the accommodation offered at Bellaluz consists of apartments and villas ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms, the properties are situated in small blocks which are dotted around the central square area.
Bellaluz is a popular community at the club due to it being a self-contained community offering a large 25 metre heated pool and a large childrens pool. The pool area is fenced and residents are provided with a key to access the gate. The pool area is popular with families as there is also a small pool side restaurant which is opened seasonally.
No matter what your reason for coming to La Manga, if you’re looking for self-catering accommodation, you’ll be spoilt for choice While there is the 5-star Hotel Principe Felipe right at the centre of the resort, but hotel accommodation isn’t everyone’s idea of what they want for their holiday. Many people prefer to take advantage of a self-catering option because it enables them to take life at their own pace as well as having the freedom to make meals and snacks whenever they want.
As part of the resort itself, the La Manga branded self-catering option is called Las Lomas Village. The village has a real Spanish feel to it and is superbly designed and landscaped, as well as boasting stylish, yet functional interiors.
If you are one of the people who thought about holidaying at La Manga Club at the start of the year, but decided to leave booking until later, and later, and later, you will be looking for a last minute booking at La Manga Club right now. The one thing to say about La Manga Club is that, like many other places, you should be able to secure yourself a good deal last minute, but there is no getting away from the fact that your choice will be more limited. If you book in the early part of the year for high season, you will be pretty much guaranteed to get your first or at least second choice for your accommodation preference. That said, no matter whether you are seeking a hotel option or a self catering option, you should be able to track down availability, no matter how late you leave it, on the assumption that you are prepared to be flexible.
If you are someone who is holidayed regularly at La Manga Club and you fancy a piece of the action, it could not be easier, becoming an owner at La Manga is made easy for you from beginning to end. With community and individual property options, buying into a share of the resorts lifestyle is simple and straightforward. Once you have made the decision that you want to investigate further the option of becoming an owner at La Manga and have decided on your budget and the type of property which interests you, you can organise an inspection visit which will enable you to explore in more detail what ownership entails.
In order to organise an inspection visit, all you need to do is make contact with the resort, book your flights, and they’ll do the rest.