Villa El Carmoli
Villa El Carmoli
Villa El Carmoli is situated in a small village named "El Carmoli", just 30 minutes, by car, from Cartagena.
Cartagena is the second-most important city in Murcia, in the southwest of Spain. With great archaeological value, Cartagena has encountered various cultures and civilizations during its tri-millennial history. From Roman history, a beautiful city centre with marble streets, art nouveau buildings, modernist architecture, fantastic food, and sites you won't see in Andalucia, Barcelona or the rest of Spain. Cartagena Murcia is one of the fabulous hidden gems of Europe that you should try to visit.
The village of El Carmolí nestles in the northeastern corner of the large municipality of Cartagena, next to the boundary with Los Alcázares on the western shore of the Mar Menor. This huge saltwater lagoon is enclosed on the other side by La Manga. This area is part of a protected birdlife reserve, and natural salt flats and areas of wild vegetation surround the 500-metre-long beach. Most of the coast in this corner is raw and rough.
Situated just 600 m from Playa de Punta Brava, VILLA EL CARMOLI features accommodation in Cartagena with access to a fitness centre, a terrace, and a 24-hour front desk.
Guests will enjoy their private pool; the holiday home is where guests can engage in activities such as cycling and darts.
The air-conditioned holiday home has four separate bedrooms, three bathrooms, a living room, and a flat-screen TV to enjoy your favourite TV show.
Guests can swim in the outdoor swimming pool, go hiking or fishing or relax in the garden.
Private Residence with 4 levels
4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2152 square feet, 200 square meters
King, 2x Twin, 2x Twin, and Other
9 guests maximum
3 single beds
2 double beds
1 King size bed
1 sofa bed
Murcia or Alicante
34 minutes or 1 hour and 6 minutes drive.
Sea and Mountain views.
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
Surveillance cameras and alarm systems.
Activities of Interest
- Vulcan El Carmoli excursion
- Boat Trip during the coast
- Beach walks
Places of Interest
- A day trip to Cartagena. The city experienced its heyday during the Roman Empire, followed by occupation by the Visigoths, Vandals, Byzantines and Arabs until it was conquered in 1245 by King Alonso X.
- 24 Hours in Murcia. Spain's seventh-largest city's big enough to capture your attention yet small enough to explore in a day.
- Seven Magnificent Costa Cálida Beaches. Principally known as the Garden of Spain, agricultural Murcia's an unlikely beach-holiday destination.