Seaside Residential Development - Communal Pool
New development situated in an exceptional location next to the Flamenca beach offering seaside living in a well-connected yet peaceful area, the perfect place to enjoy the Spanish sunshine in a unique and idyllic environment characterised by open spaces, nature and architectural harmony for a sustainable and healthy lifestyle.
This modern development has been designed to include spacious and vibrant green areas including large parks, pedestrian pathways and cycle lanes. Building façades with plant beds, large plant pots and stone porticos complete a landscape design rich with autochthonous flora. Heated and unheated outdoor swimming pools for both adults and children, jacuzzis, parks and a children’s water park, lake views and decorative fountains, a chill-out lounge area with a dry bar and a wet bar integrated into the pool, a terrace with a pergola, a gym with a glazed façade offering panoramic views of the lake, an exercise room and a Finnish sauna.
Playa Flamenca is a coastal town located on the Costa Blanca in southern Spain. This residential area is home to a mix of national and international inhabitants, making it a diverse and multicultural community.
The town offers a wide range of services and amenities, including shopping centers, supermarkets, bars, and restaurants, providing residents with everything they need for their daily life. The town also features a seafront promenade, perfect for taking a leisurely stroll along the Mediterranean Sea, and a central plaza, where visitors can relax and enjoy the local atmosphere.
Playa Flamenca is particularly known for its two stunning beaches, with fine golden sands and crystal-clear waters, perfect for swimming, sunbathing and water sports.
The town is conveniently located, being only a 30-minute drive from Alicante airport, making it easily accessible for both short and long vacations. Additionally, being in the south of Spain, it boasts a warm climate all year round, making it an ideal destination to escape the cold weather of other parts of Europe.