dinning and sitting room
dinning and sitting room
dinning room
kitchen bar
dinning room
dinning room
books and dinning table
sitting room 1
kitchen bar
kitchen with exit to the terrace
our kitchen
from the kitchen
The main living area includes a sitting area with a TV and a wood burning stove, a dining table for eight people in front of a fireplace and a small library space with books in several languages. 
There is an open plan kitchen which has all the facilities you need. As you can see in the pictures there is a bar attached to the kitchen with some stools. This area leads to a terrace and a patio. 
swimming pool
the terrace
the terrace
the terrace
the garden
the terrace
the patio
the patio
facade detail
the terrace
the patio sitting area
In front of the house there is a long terrace with benches along the wall and a long table for dining outside. 
The views from the terrace are to the garden and the pool.
The silence invites one to sit and enjoy the outdoors as much as you can.
There is a patio in the other side that leads to two bedrooms and the main sitting area. There is a long bench as well that runs along the whole patio.
la isleta del moro
playa de los muertos
los escullo
playa manaca
playa de los muertos
los escullos
la isleta del moro
las negras
playa del plomo
san josé
los escullos
playa del cabo de gata
los escullos
La Chumbera Blanca is close to the most beautiful beaches in the area, the nearest being  El Sombrerico and Macenas.
Both beaches are five minutes drive from the house, with pristine water, unspoiled nature and Macenas has a great chiringuito ( beach bar ) with excellent seafood.
The Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata is just 10km from the house. This amazing park runs 60km along the coast, with fantastic beaches as well as beautiful picturesque villages. A visit to the Park is highly recommended.
For a different perspective, Mojácar beach has all the amenities of an urbanized beach, with showers and beach restaurants all along the coast.
Mojacar old town
Mojacar view
cubic houses
door to the town
Mojacar´s fame and its mysterious charm and beauty has been well know since the early sixties when Spain was still a paradise for adventurers. A large community of bohemians and artists settled back then in the old town and created the most creative and innovative ambience.
Nowadays, still preserving the charm of its narrow streets with its amazing views to the coast or to the Sierra, Mojácar is a more quieter place than it used to be. There are still hundreds of restaurants and exotic shops all over.  
  • Instagram
  • Facebook Basic Black
This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now