Ref. 26904 Bujilding Plot with sea views Coves Noves. Menorca Price: On request

Viewsm² de solar: 1306
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Plot of 1306 square meters located in the Coves Noves urbanization.
Posibility to build up to 3 villas.
Sewerage, electricity and water at the foot of the plot. Possibility of construction:
Urban parameters:
• Preferential use of isolated single-family housing
• Minimum front of plot 15.00m
• Maximum buildable 0.35m² / m² of plot
• Maximum regulatory height 7.00m (3.50m maximum from the street)
• Number of floors 2 (ground floor + first floor)
• Setbacks to public roads 5m; between plot 3m; and between buildings 3m.
• Minimum segregated plot 1000m².
• Intensity of use 1 home for every 600m².

It is important to note that this parcel already has a connection to the sewerage network, so the processing of building projects is possible.
Social club with restaurant, swimming pool, paddle tennis courts. Tennis. Gym etc.
Five minutes from the Addaya Marina (1.5km) and (1.8km from the Son Parc Golf Club).
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Coves Noves
COVES NOVES and ARENAL D’EN CASTELL: Coves Noves is a new...
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COVES NOVES and ARENAL D’EN CASTELL: Coves Noves is a new urbanisation with spectacular villas and unbeatable sea views south of Arenal d'En Castell. The urbanisation of Arenal d'en Castell is oriented to the north and receives its name from its beach, one of the most beautiful beaches of the island that has all the services. This area is located between the Port of Addaya, (an ideal place to have a boat) and the golf course of Son Parc. Two leisure options for those who like to sail and play golf.

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The district of Es Mercadal, the nerve centre of which is the town of the same name, extends for 134 square kilometres and borders the east with Alaior, to the south with Es Migjorn Gran and to the west with Ferreries. Due to its situation as a crossroads, it has become an obligatory spot to stop at, offering a varied choice of renowned fine food. On the outskirts of the town we can make our way to Monte Toro, the highest point of the island, a mountain of Menorca that provides some spectacular views around it. 

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Those who visit Menorca have stated that it is one of the paradises of the western Mediterranean, an island that history has always been an object of desire because of its strategic position and which now has ended up becoming one of the most attractive tourist destinations. However, it is not only a dream spot for holidays, but also for living. Menorca allows you to experience for yourself the quality of life that you had always imagined, through the combination of small details that make up its landscape, people, tranquillity, light, traditions and fine food.

Geographically, Menorca is the easternmost and northernmost island of the Balearic Islands, declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1993 by UNESCO. It has a coastline  of 701 km² and 216 kilometres of, along which are distributed more than 70 beaches. Blessed with a typically Mediterranean climate with annual average temperatures of 16.5 degrees, it currently has a population of 96,000, concentrated into eight districts: Maó (administrative capital of the island), Ciutadella (the old capital), Alaior, Ferreries, Es Mercadal, Es Castell, Sant Lluís and Es Migjorn Gran. There are three other towns, Sant Climent, Llucmaçanes and Fornells, the first two in the district of Maó and the other in Es Mercadal. Maó, located in the east, and Ciutadella, in the west, are the two most inhabited towns on the island.

Socio-economically, unlike the other islands of the Balearic archipelago, Menorca has, over time, had the good fortune to be able maintain a perfect balance between the  traditional industries of footwear, costume jewellery and agriculture favouring the gentle development of the tourist sector and thus enabling the island to preserve its countryside and beaches. This environmental sensitivity still exists among all its inhabitants,  guaranteeing a unique setting, perfect for family, sports and cultural tourism.

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