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Roda Golf & Beach Resort, Los Alcazares, Costa Calida.

Roda Golf & Beach Resort is a unique residential-tourist complex located near the Mar Menor, in San Javier, Murcia, one of the regions with the best climate and quality of life in Spain

Roda Golf and Beach Resort is only 5 minutes from San Javier (Murcia) airport and a few minutes from the beach.

It boasts an 18-hole, par 72 golf course, designed by Dave Thomas and captained by Sam Torrance, where you can live and enjoy a wide variety of exclusive services that will match all your requirements for comfort and safety. The complex is integrated into a beautiful natural setting, where residents' safety, the quality of the homes and the peace and quiet it offers are all paramount.

The resort, which has been designed by leading architects, has beautiful walkways, open areas, pools and sporting facilities.

Roda Golf & Beach Resort as the name suggests also includes an authentic Beach Club. The 4.600 m2 site is located in La Manga Mar Menor, in it is an independent building, 600 m2 in size which boasts catering facilities, water sports, swimming pool, solariums, a social area and of course, the sea.
For clients / owners to access the Beach Club, Roda Golf & Beach Resort provides a shuttle service. There is a boarding point in the resort where the short journey begins to the Club.

At the resort a number of services are provided for owners/guests.There is the main clubhouse and the sports facilities, and a mini market.
The resort will have control of access, security patrols and a secure perimeter giving complete peace of mind for all guests.

The resort is just a few minutes away from Los Alcazares that has a large range of supermarkets, bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. The local beaches of Los Alcazares have won the Q awards for their excellent high standards.

The Murcia region enjoys fantastic weather all year round with over 310 days of sunshine a year. This coastline of the Costa Calida is situated on the South East coast of Spain Murcia and enjoys mild temperatures all year round. The warm shores of the Mar Menor offers miles of sandy beaches and wide promenade. The ideal destination for golf and beach holidays all year round.

Mar Menor (Little Sea)

Located on the Costa Calida coastline within the region of Murcia, the Mar Menor is Europe's largest salt water lake, having an area of 170km2 and a depth no greater than 7 metres it is a unique location. The salt pans to the north of the Mar Menor are some of the most important wetland areas in Europe with a rich and varied wildlife, and are particularly important for bird species of which there are many.

The Mar Menor was known to the ancients and was in fact settled during the Palaeolithic Era. The Phoenicians and Greeks knew of the Mar Menor and would have probably stopped off there whilst trading along this part of the coast.

The Romans established settlements along the coast and were the first to understand the importance of the huge salt deposits to be found in this part of Spain, they began the salt extraction industry which is still important to this day. The Romans called it Belich and used the Mar Menor as a harbour (it is believed to have been deeper at that time) and built Spas to make use of the healing powers of the salt water.

Over time there were further settlements during the Arab occupation of Spain (8th to 13th Centuries) and the Moors were well aware of the healing properties of the salt water and founded some resorts (for instance Los Alcazares) as places of relaxation and recuperation, the Moors also introduced some excellent irrigation systems which allowed the hinterland of the Mar Menor to become an important area for agriculture. The Arabs also introduced some unique fishing methods which resulted in the Mar Menor having a successful fishing industry.

San Pedro del Pinatar at the northern point of the Mar Menor was home to the HQ of the first 'Brotherhood of Fishermen' for the Mar Menor and the first fishing co-operative was also founded there in 1918.

The Mar Menor is formed by a narrow strip of land known as La Manga (The Sleeve) and in recent years this strip of land has seen massive development and is now covered with high-rise apartment blocks and hotels, the La Manga Golf Club is a famous sports resort linked with La Manga but not actually on La Manga and can be found a few kilometres before reaching the famous sleeve when driving in this direction.

The Mar Menor is renowned for having a water temperature some 5� warmer than the surrounding Mediterranean Sea and many go to swim there all year round. Many others go for the healing mud baths located at Lo Pagan near the beach close to San Pedro, which have become famous worldwide for their healing properties.

The Mar Menor has also developed into a popular water sports centre and is one of the best locations in Europe for windsurfing. Also located on the Mar Menor is the town of San Javier, where the airport is located (often referred to as Murcia airport) which serves this whole region.

Also the smaller towns and villages of Los Alcazares, Los Belones, Playa Honda and Los Narejos can be found around the banks of the Mar Menor.

To the south of the Mar Menor is the ancient city of Cartagena where visitors can find some stunning monuments from Roman times and beyond.

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