Property - San Pedro del Pinatar
Ref:                  1757

Location:          San Pedro del Pinatar 

Type:                New Terraced House

Bedrooms:       2

Bathrooms:      2

Build:                 197m2

Plot:                   210m2

€ 189,900
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Ref:                  1811

Location:          San Pedro del Pinatar

Type:                 Townhouse

Bedrooms:       5

Bathrooms:      3

Build:                 100m2

Plot:                   165m2

€ 166,000
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Ref:                  1804

Location:          San Pedro del Pinatar

Type:                 New Build Duplex

Bedrooms:       4

Bathrooms:      3

Build:                 127m2

Plot:                   250m2

€ 205,000
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Ref:                 1781

Location:         San Pedro del Pinatar

Type:                New Luxury Apartment

Bedrooms:       3

Bathrooms:      2

Build:                 88m2

Plot:                   210m2

€ 147,900
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Ref:                 1766

Location:         San Pedro Del Pinatar

Type:                New Luxury Villa

Bedrooms:       3

Bathrooms:      2

Build:                 109m2

Plot:                   158m2

€ 238,000
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Ref:                 1780

Location:         San Pedro del Pinatar

Type:                New Penthouse 

Bedrooms:       2

Bathrooms:      2

Build:                 82m2

Plot:                   210m2

€ 164,900
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San Pedro del Pinatar (Saint Peter of the Pinewoods) is about 49 km from the provincial capital, Murcia. The municipality is situated between the Mediterranean Sea coast and the Mar Menor ("Little Sea"), a coastal saltwater lagoon which is the largest in Europe. The Mar Menor coast belongs to other three municipalities: San Javier, Los Alcázares and Cartagena. The latter is not by the Mar Menor itself, but in the Mediterranean. San Pedro del Pinatar occupies a small peninsula with 14 km of coastline between the two seas. The terrain is a mostly low-lying littoral depression, with an average elevation of only 13 m above mean sea level.
Fishing and related processing industries have been a mainstay of the local municipal economy, with tourism and service–related industries playing an ever-increasing role.
Salt ponds have been worked in the area since the time of the Roman Empire.
A small port in the Mediterranean Sea exists, with activity based on the fishing and the transport of the salt; as well as a leisure port with a large number of berths. There is another marina in the Mar Menor next to the fish market and the fishermen's wharf.