Miami Playa - Your Guide

Chris Rowlands
 


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Well to answer that question, how about a selection of clean, white sandy beaches for a start. There are four to be precise, 3 coves and Playa Crystal. This is a 3km stretch aptly named as the waters are clean and clear and meet the gently sloping beach with a calm surf that makes it ideal for snorkelling.

In the height of summer the temperatures reach into the mid to late 20’s. Add to this the fact that the resort basks in around 300 days of sun every year, it makes it a pretty attractive prospect. You can quench your thirst at the many bar’s nestling along side the beach and then appease your appetite at one of the wonderful selection of restaurants that seem to cater for every taste you can think of, be it; Spanish, French, Italian, German, Argentinean or Chinese, its all here.

The resort gives you the best of both worlds as it is not too developed but near enough to some brilliant tourist attractions should you wish to visit them. You can enjoy a relaxing, peaceful holiday, listening to the tranquil splashing of the surf, enjoy a spot of horse riding in the mountains, there’s even a superb golf course if you fancy spending a bit of time practising your putting. Why not opt for something altogether different and visit one of Spain’s largest water parks; Costa Cariba or the theme park; Port Aventura both only 15 minutes drive away. This makes it an ideal destination for a family holiday and a vacation you will never forget.

For those of you with a penchant for history, especially that of the Roman era, a trip to the nearby town of Tarragona should not be missed. There is a brilliant; still standing Aqueduct, a circus and a magnificent museum based inside the Cathedral.

If you like your wildlife, birds in particular, you cannot afford to miss the wetlands of the Ebro Delta. Spanning an awe inspiring area of 32,000 hectares, the Delta is under threat and it is estimated 50% will be lost within the next 50 years due to man’s intervention.

The accommodation in Miami Playa is of a brilliant standard, with much to choose from. Why not consider hiring a villa for a week or two, this can be very cost effective for a family group and give you much more freedom.

There are some beautiful properties to choose from; How about a relaxing holiday staying at Villa Bonmont, situated in the heart of the Bonmont golf club. A spacious modern villa with an 8x4m illuminated pool to take a dip in when it gets that little bit too hot. There are 3 double bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes. The master bedroom resides on a separate floor making it the perfect escape for the tired parents, especially with the en-suite bathroom all to yourself.

If you’re after the ultimate family holiday, why not consider Villa Casa Lyse; this modern, spacious villa is situated in a perfectly sized complex of 16 properties. There’s a large communal pool, BBQ area, bar and even a gymnasium for those fitness fanatics amongst you. It’s perfect for the kids, who will be able to make many friends amongst the other families staying there (that goes for the adults too!). You can relax knowing your children are in a safe, self contained environment.

There are 2 large bedrooms, the master with a luxury bathroom and second bedroom with its own shower/toilet room. You will even find a games console for the kids; just think of the peace and quiet you could have.

As a final choice, lets take a look at Miami Sol, a complex of 15 well appointed properties, all of which can sleep between 4-6/7 people. Each property has 2 bedrooms, a fitted kitchen, bathroom with shower, even a small private garden. Add to this a large communal pool and lovely well established gardens, providing the perfect background to relax and enjoy your holiday. Whether you want to spend it by the pool or see the sites, you’ve got it covered.

With all that it has going for it, how can you not want to visit the resort of Miami Playa?

Thinking of a holiday in Spain? Why not visit Miami Playa, a wonderful family destination, whatever you choose to do. Why not think about hiring a villa such as Villa Bonmont , Villa Casa Lyse or choose a property in the Miami Sol complex.

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