Residential Vela Latina Pueblo II. - is a luxury complex of 12 one-level terraced villas
Residential Vela Latina Pueblo II is a luxury complex of 12 one-level terraced villas with a private pool for each house. Homes are designed on one level with terrace areas on the ground floor and a large solarium on the first floor that allows you to enjoy all hours of sunshine, every day of the year.
Each property has 3 bedrooms and 2 fitted bathrooms. Designed with a contemporary style and open plan concept, comprising a fitted kitchen and lounge-dining room.
The development is located in Dolores de Pacheco (Murcia), near Los Alcázares, surrounded by services, parks, and sports facilities, near several Golf Courses such as Roda Golf and La Serena Golf, plus being 5 minutes far from the beach.
The property will meet the highest standards and will be equipped with:
Dolores is a town located in the Vega Baja del Segura area in southern Alicante province, Spain. The town is in the heart of the Segura Huerta (vegetable garden) about 10 km (6.2 mi) from the nearest beaches in La Marina and Guardamar. Dolores is readily accessible from the Autovia del Mediterráneo motorway and a new motorway from Elche and is about 20 minutes away from the Alicante international airport. The town has a population of 7427.
The most important monument is the 18th-century church, with sculptures by Salcillo and Roque Lopez. The two most important fiestas in Dolores are the Feria de Agosto (August Fair) in early August; and the Fiesta de la Virgen, in mid-September. The Feria de Agosto is one of the more important fairs of Spain, and it features a Spanish Horse Contest. More than 1,500 horses are shown each year in all sorts of games and activities. Cattle and dog contests are also held at the fair. The Fiesta de la Virgen includes a carriage parade, the running of the "vaca toposa" (a variety of a small, aggressive cow), and the procession to honor the Virgen de los Dolores (Virgin of Sorrows), the patron saint of the village.
The typical cuisine of Dolores takes advantage of the fresh vegetables available in the area (artichokes, beans), and also includes plenty of meat and seafood. The most typical dish is "cocido con pelotas", which includes meatballs and potato and chickpea stew. There are also many fresh fruits such as melons, watermelons, oranges, and apricots. An open-air market is held every Friday morning where the local produce is sold.
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