Briefly, this is an urban residential center located on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a popular destination during the summer holidays, especially for external tourists who fancy the white sandy beaches and the availability of numerous facilities to spend time on.
It might fascinate you that the total registered population of locals residing in Cabo Roig is around 700 individuals only. Therefore, the number of visitors coming to the place is even more than the locals staying there. During peak holidays, numbers can multiply up to six times the population of the locals.
Cabo Roig was first built from the late 1950s and saw the urban plan adopted in the 1970s. After the urban plan was passed, industrial-scale building started around the same time. One of the historical monuments built in this area, that still stands till now includes the Cabo Roig tower. It was built using masonry stones and had a roof terrace with two floors. It was the central region of command for the entire area around the sea and was constructed to guard against attacks from the north African Barbary pirates. It has remained to be a breathtaking part of the town till today as tourists visit the area to view what is now the remains of ancient life.
When it comes to getting a property for sale in Cabo Roig, you need to have in mind that most of the houses close to the coastline tend to be very expensive. They are basically large detached two storey or single villas placed on private parcels of land. If your taste is newer style Spanish property, then you will have to move inland as you won’t find many of those close to the coast. The houses found inland have pocket-friendly pricing and sit on smaller pieces of land. Of course, the newer homes need less maintenance than the older ones, but you can never rule out one fact – old is gold. Also, more modern properties tend to be less susceptible to damage as they follow contemporary building regulations and standards. The coastal regions are not only made up of archaic buildings but also feature newer properties found on the southwest of Cabo Roig. The La Regia region, which is close by, has enormous potential for development. If you are looking for a place to invest in real estate, there is a large percentage of undeveloped parcels for you to check.
Cabo Roig also prides itself in two exquisite white sandy beaches. Each one has a blue flag accreditation following high maintenance standards, based on safety and cleanliness. The main beach here is the Playa de la Cala Captain which has an array of amenities including beach bars, wooden walkaways and lifeguard services.
When it comes to culinary arts, Cabo Roig never disappoints. There are fine restaurants throughout the area that have different cuisines for you to try. The area also has its primary entertainment center popularly known as ‘the strip.’ It has bistros, 600m of bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and many other leisure experiences. Behind the Carbo Roig strip, is a local street market operating every Thursday morning all year.
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