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Property in Cabo Roig
Bursting with life, it’s easy to see why Cabo Roig is so popular with British and Irish expats. With beautiful beaches, stunning coastal paths, a busy marina and lively nightlife, the town ticks many of the boxes for those seeking a different lifestyle.
The town’s broad avenues are lined with palm trees and landscaped gardens help give it an airy feel. Cabo Roig’s Strip is home to many bars and restaurants and is perfect for people-watching as you dine al fresco.
The Marina has undergone a massive refurbishment in recent years and is now one of the most popular mooring spots on the Costa Blanca coast. It is also home to the town’s yacht club.
The watchtower, which dates from the 16th century, was once the focal point of the town. It has been converted into a restaurant where you can steep yourself in history and enjoy the Mediterranean views.
Both of the town’s main beaches, Cala Caleta and Cala Capitan are clean and safe and Blue Flag rated. Property with sea views commands a premium. A 2-bed apartment in a gated community looking straight out over Cala Capitan costs €350,000 but you can buy a 2-bed townhouse, with more distant sea views for just under €140,000.
Golfers are spoilt for choice with the many world class courses in the area, and the coastal paths delight walkers. A clifftop path links Cala Caleta and La Zenia beaches, with breathtaking views and plenty of small coves to explore along the way. La Zenia’s new shopping mall is the largest in the area and a destination in its own right. Heading south on the path leads walkers to the pretty town of Campoamor.
Cabo Roig is just 25km from Murcia airport, which is well served by flights from around the UK. Typical flying time is two and a half hours. Alicante’s airport is about an hour’s drive away and also has regular flights to and from all UK destinations.
Where to Buy Property in Cabo Roig
Luxury is easy to find in Cabo Roig, especially if money is no object. Newly built, deluxe villas directly on the beach will set you back €650,000, but for this you get 3 bedrooms, a private garden with its own pool and at least two bathrooms.A similarly sized penthouse apartment in one of the most sought after complexes also comes with a hefty price tag of €675,000.
But there are many more options to choose from if you can put up with a short walk to the beach. A 3-bed detached villa claiming to be two minute walk from the beach could be yours for just under €300,000, with plenty of 3-bedroomed properties from €100,000 up.
Two-bedroomed places enjoy a similarly wide range of prices and styles from a modest apartment overlooking parkland at €59,950 to €610,000 for a penthouse in the gated La Caleta region and everything in between.
The nearby town of Campoamor is rapidly expanding with brand new 2 bed apartments overlooking the golf course costing from €60,000.]. Exclusive, new-build 3-bed villas set in landscaped gardens illustrate the wide range of prices in this town, with an asking price of €391,600. Playa Flamenca, just 6km north of Cabo Roig has well-priced villas and apartments with prices starting at around €60,000.
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