La Ensenada offers 700 meters of fine, virgin, sandy Caribbean beach.
Private access only for residents with tranquil and shallow waters for your safety, sun chairs and a dock for small boats.The area has no hurricanes or volcanoes, just one of the best climates in the world!
The properties are two storey town houses and include -
80sqm in total.
Fitted kitchen and bathrooms.
Terraces on the ground floor and balconies on the top floor.
Furniture package available is $11,700= £6500
Climate / Weather -
Isla Margarita is blessed with one of the most fantastic climates in the world. The temperature only changes about 4ºC over the whole year. Daytime temperatures at Playa El Agua on the north coast range from a high of 30ºC (86ºF) in September to a low of 26ºC (80ºF) in January. Nightime temperatures are about 3ºC cooler. The temperatures on the south side of the Island (Juan Griego) can be a few degrees warmer as they receive a land wind while the north side gets the sea breeze. In addition, Margarita Island is outside the hurricane zone with most storms going north. There are also no volcanoes and the risk of earthquake is very low. There is no fog or hail and the rain, when it comes, seldom lasts very long. 320 days a year provide 8 hours of sun or more.
Telephone service is provided by the regions main supplier CANTV and includes Internet and Cellular. Everybody has a digital cellular phone and internet connections are reliable and fast even with a dial-up modem. There are some areas in Porlamar that now have DSL service however most of the Island is on dial-up. Electricity is provided by Seneca and HidroCaribe is the Island's water provider.
Isla Margarita is a very peaceful island, seldom affected by what goes on in the rest of Venezuela. Safety and security here rival any other vacation spot and is certainly far better than most major cities throughout the world.
The Island offers wonderful golden sandy beaches. Relax on the beautiful Playa el Agua, Playa Parguito and El Yaque, which offers some of the world's best windsurfing. Diving and surfing are also excellent here. Strong waves and undercurrents make the north and east unsuitable for swimming, although the bay of Puerto Cruz has calmer waters.
Food & Drink -
The national dish is Pabellón Criollo, a dish of beef, black beans and cheese, usually served with cooked bananas and rice. Try Arepas Rellenas, cornflour buns with meat and vegetable fillings, accompanied with Cocada, a coconut-based drink, served ice cold with a sprinkle of Canela, cinnamon.
Payment Plan -
30% as 1st deposit.
20% paid over 12 months.
50% on completion.