Exclusive investment :
Finca 1,500 m . frontline beach, right on the sand of the beach, large spaces , gardens ...
South facing , very bright , very quiet , beautiful villa of 200m. attic suite on it independently.
40m garage . 24m kitchen . 3m laundry . 3 large rooms , one of 40m . with sea views , 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 terraces, the main 150m . Sea.
It also comprises four fully equipped apartments with 2 bedrooms and a smaller bedroom , separated by dividing wall .
Completely renovated in 2015 with very first quality and supplied with solar panels
Algeciras is primarily and unashamedly a port and industrial centre, sprawling round the far side of the bay to Gibraltar. When Franco closed the border with "the Rock" at the nearby La Linea, it was Algeciras that he decided to develop to absorb the Spanish workers who used to be employed in the British naval dockyards and in order to break the area's dependence on Gibraltar.
It is an industrial city that supports the large deep water container port and nearby oil refinery. In the port area there are many Moroccans in transit, particularly during July and August when migrant workers return home for their holidays from their work in France, Holland and Belgium. As a consequence, there is a strong Arab influence here with many of the signs in Arabic as well as Spanish. In the Moroccan quarter you can find several traditional tea shops which specialise in the traditional Moroccan mint tea. There are a number of Moroccan bakeries. Algeciras may not be a beautiful city but it does have a gritty individuality about it and, unlike some of the Costa resorts, is a very genuine place with a real port atmosphere.
There are lots of reasonably priced restaurants to try - several with terrific views of the nearby Rock of Gibraltar. Try the rooftop cafe of the Corte Ingles. In the summer the visitor can cool of at one of the nearby beaches or in the local waterpark.