Punta Umbria was a fishing village until tourism reached it in the late 1960’s. The network of tight lanes in the resort of Punta Umbria is where you will all the interesting buildings the take in a little piece of Britain in the form of houses that where built during the 1800’s for workers of the now defunct mining company.
Head a little further back and the building changes to more a modern appearance and ground earmarked for upcoming growth. The most of the construction was done for the holiday market of the late 60’s to early 70’s still has the appearance of a nice clean holiday resort. All Inclusive Punta Umbria Holidays will undoubtedly be appealing to those tourists who enjoy a traditional beach holiday and decent and cheap accommodation.
Punta Umbria has an incredible tree marinas, thus is a popular stopover for people taking a holiday cruise around the Balearics. The cool sea breezes make a holiday in Punta Umbria a little more tolerable as the temperatures are a few degrees cooler. The constant winds however make sunbathing a lot more bearable and bronzed bodies are everywhere.
Punta Umbria Holidays are in a resort mainly chosen by Spanish, although tourists from Great Britain have begun to learn about the comforts that Punta Umbria hold. The remainder of travellers come from Germany, Portugal and other European countries.
Our range of cheap all inclusive holidays in Punta Umbria is suitable for those who are looking a relaxing break in luxurious surroundings especially families and couples. If you are looking loud nightlife then Punta Umbria is not for you.
Accommodation in Punta Umbria:
As tourists begin to learn about Punta Umbria as a holiday destination there are more and more hotels being built. Hotels of late have been very modern and styled with Punta Umbria all inclusive board with a range of star ratings from 3 star. Self-catering is also a popular way to see Punta Umbria as this gives you the freedom to do your own thing. Punta Umbria has definitely came along way since the first hotel built in 2001, hence the accommodation in Punta Umbria has a modern feel about it when it comes to nice hotels.
The Blue Flagged beach gives you the WOW factor. An impressive eight miles of golden sand offers the fantastic facilities that you need from a beach, sunbeds with shades, showers, life guard and water sports.
Beach bars will quench your thirst but more importantly will allow you to meet other travellers on holiday in Punta Umbria.
By far the most popular daytime activity is at the beach, however if you are the type of tourist who wants to sightsee then Punta Umbria provides many opportunities to see such things as the local museum, the old Roman ruins, horse riding, fishing and even cycling through the woodlands. Come night Punta Umbria begins to come alive. The many restaurants will entertain you after or during your meal and if you fancy kicking your heels up then one of the discos will satisfy your needs. Book all inclusive in Punta Umbria and your entertainment will be taken care off, included in the price.
The main shopping area is a non-motorised zone and runs from the walkway at the riverside. Here you can find a good choice of shops that provide good cheap shopping. A few daily and weekly markets are in the area of Punta Umbria hence you are certain to pick up a holiday bargain from here.
You are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out in Punta Umbria. Do not worry about not liking the food as there are restaurants that are kind to our British palate, and if you fancy a Chinese or a pizza there are even a few of these type of restaurants available.
Map of Punta Umbria, Andalucia
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