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Piso Pomsol @ Roda Golf

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A very warm welcome to Piso Pomsol! Our names are Mike and Bev Pomfret and we hope you have a fantastic stay with us at Roda Golf

This information pack will hopefully give you all the information you require during your stay here, but should you have any questions, please ask us. We live about 30 minutes away from Roda Golf but are always contactable by phone. We both speak English and some Spanish.

You can contact us on the following numbers:-
mobile phone number: 0034 693 909 141
landline number: 0034 966 394345


🏠 Address

Roda Golf Resort
Carretera F-27 San Cayetano-Los Narejos
30739 San Javier
lat = 37.767872, long = -0.856254

Use what3words to find us
Roda Resort entrance
///scrambles.eater.roadblock (ENGLISH)
///desean.creativa.quiera (SPANISH)
Entrance to the apartment block
///coldly.nibbling.easy (ENGLISH)
///adoro.perpetuo.algún (SPANISH)

When exiting the AP7, at the roundabout take the first exit right, continue for a short distance and at the next roundabout again take the first exit right. Go straight on at the next roundabout, which will take you back over the AP7.

The Roda Golf entrance and gatehouse is on your right after 300m.

Do not go through the entrance barrier.
Turn right before the barrier into the car park in front of reception (a thatched building).
We will meet you in front of the Rentals Office!

Leave the airport and follow signs to the RM16 for Murcia. Turn onto A30 heading North and continue to follow signs to Murcia. After about 5.5 km at junction 158 follow signs to Balsicas and turn onto the RM19.
Continue on RM19 to Exit 21 which is Signposted to San Cayetano, El Mirador and Dolores.  

At the roundabout at the bottom of the exit road, turn right and follow signs to Dolores.
Drive for 4.5 km to Dolores village. Go straight on at the traffic lights in the centre of Dolores and continue for another 1.5 km to Roda village.
Go straight on at the traffic lights in Roda Village.
After about 500m, you will see the Roda Golf entrance and gatehouse on your left.

On leaving Alicante Airport look for signs to the A7 signposted to Murcia.

DO NOT FOLLOW Alicante signs – either when you come out of the airport or when the road splits after about 1km – follow Murcia.

Follow the A7 for 30km. At exit 528 the motorway splits (this is not far past exit 526) where you need to take the right hand lane onto the AP7 motorway – signposted Torrevieja/Cartagena.

Follow the AP7 for 62km. You will go past 2* San Javier turnoffs and then exit at Junction 786.

NOTE: you will pass through 2 tolls.
From June – September €4.15 each, €2.35 for the rest of the year.

Taxis are available at both Murcia and Alicante Airports.
Murcia – Approx €45 available at the airport.
Alicante – Approx €100

In addition taxis can be pre-booked with a number of local firms.

Previous clients have used FLAMENCA CARS who offer a great service.

From Spanish Border

Route E15 goes all the way from the French/Spanish border to Roda. It is the AP7 / A7 – the P indicates where there are tolls (peage). E15 passes Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia, Benidorm, Alicante and Elche. 

From Benidorm

Continue on the motorway until it splits into two (just before Alicante). Follow signs for Murcia using the new section of road named AP7. The Motorways merge again just before Elche (becomes A7 again).

Continue on the A7 for 15-20km until the motorway splits again (Junction 528).

Take the AP7 – following signs to Cartagena/ Torrevieja.

From Murcia City

Follow the A30 in the direction of Cartagena.
When the A30 splits now follow signs to San Javier & Aeropuerto.
Continue on RN19 to Exit 21 which is Signposted to San Cayetano, Dolores and El Mirador

From Puerto Lumberas and Lorca

Follow the A7 to Alhama de Murcia.
Turn right onto the RM-2 – which should be signed to San Javier.
Just after Fuente Alamo you will come to the A30 motorway.
Carry straight on at the A30 onto the RM-F14.
Carry on to Torre-Pacheco and use the RM-313 ring road.
At the end of the ring road, turn left onto the RM-F30.
After approximately 2 km turn left onto the RM-F35 which should be signposted to Roda – which is another 5km.
Turn right at the traffic lights in Roda Village.
After about 500m, you will see the Roda Golf entrance and gatehouse on your left.

Parking is easy! We have ONE FREE reserved space in the secure, underground car park.
Something not many other owners allow.

Additional cars can be parked in free parking spaces outside the apartment.




The pool is open from 09:00 to 21:00.

Use of the pool is not allowed overnight between 21:00 and 09:00

No Glass in the pool area

Parents are fully responsible for the safety and supervision of their children at all times.

Children under 14 years of age MUST only use the pool in the presence of an adult who will ultimately be responsible.


No ball games in pool, grass or planted areas.

No Bicycles on planted areas or grass.


Washing lines on the facades, balcony and railings are forbidden.

Please do not drape towels over the balcony wall.

Please use the clothes airer provided and use pegs – or things can blow away.


Quiet Hours – 23:00 to 08:00

Roda Golf is not just a holiday resort – it also has permanent residents.

Please respect other residents’ privacy – remember some have to go to work by 08:00!

Please keep the noise levels down at all times but especially after 23:00 each evening.

The emergency number in Spain is 112. This is similar to the 999 services in the UK.

Say “OPERATOR INGLES” to get an English Speaker

Emergency Numbers


You can contact Roda Golf Security on +34 968 173 698 for any problems in the communal gardens or pool.


Medical care in Spain is excellent – mostly better than in the UK – and is provided by local health centres (like a large doctors practice in the UK).

The only problem is that many of the staff speak very little English so take a dictionary or phrase book with you. Some health centres may not see you unless you have an interpreter with you.

Take your passport and your UK General Health Insurance Card (UK GHIC) with you and there should be no charge.

Please ensure you have Holiday Insurance as you may be charged at the hospital unless you show this.


Hospital General Universitario Los Arcos del Mar Menor

New Hospital – from AP7 take MU-301 towards Santomera.

Phone number:          968 565 000 (general)/009 (info)


If you don’t need an ambulance go to

Los Alcázares – Health Centre (Centro de Salud), in Los Alcázares on Carretera de Balsicas.
Phone number:          968 575 777/800
The surgery for non-residents is 13:00 – 14:30 but they will see an emergency any time.
Their emergency numbers are:      968 171 919/117

Consultorio Los Narejos, in Los Narejos on Av. del Ferrocarril.
Phone Number:          968 582 171
Appointments for non-residents only available July/August

More information here


Clinica Dental Ntra. Sra. De La Asunción

Dr. Mariano Faz Minguez

Calle Isidro Madrid, 113

Phone number:          968 582 222

(Surgery 10:00-13:30 16:30-20:30 Mon-Fri. 10:30-13:30 Sat.)


There are 3 local opticians in Plaza 525.

1. In the small arcade near the Mercadona lift.

2. On the corner by the Hotel 525

3. Near the Irish Bar.


Pharmacies have a large sign outside – a green “plus sign” on a white background.

They can supply far more medication over the counter than in the UK. Antibiotics can sometimes be obtained if you know exactly what you want but in the main you will need a prescription from a doctor.

Most pharmacists are extremely helpful and will recommend medication for most problems.

See also 24 Hour Pharmacies


There are 2 law enforcement forces in Spain:

1. Policia Local (Local Police) – deal with local matters, speeding etc;

2. Guardia Civil (Civil Guard) – national force that have far reaching powers – take care they carry guns!


In an emergency we are always available to help:-

Landline: +34 966 39 43 45

WhatsApp: +34 693 909 141

Bev & Mike

You will find a first aid kit in the cupboard in the master bedroom.

It contains plasters, bandages, saline solution, alcohol wipes, cotton wool swabs etc etc
There are no medicines in there.

The Fire Extinguisher is located in the inner hallway near the family bathroom.

There is a fire blanket in the kitchen – to the left of the arch as you look into the lounge from the kitchen.

The items stored below the beds are the owner’s personal possessions.
Please do not borrow or use anything.
Any evidence that this has happened will result in non-return of your security bond.

Please report any defects or breakdown in the equipment, plant, machinery or appliances in the Property to us immediately you notice them. We will arrangement for repair and/or replacement as soon as possible.

You will find the mop & bucket in the cupboard just outside the kitchen.
There is also a broom, brush and tray, plus swiffer in the cupboard.
Spare swiffer covers are under the sink in the kitchen.

There is a vacuum cleaner in the small wardrobe in the master bedroom

Cleaning products are all under the kitchen sink.


The community charter expressly prevents hanging washing over the balcony walls and using a clothesline. However, a drying rack is permitted and you will find one of these and some pegs in the wardrobe behind the door in the master bedroom.

Use the pegs! The wind can get very blustery in the Mar Menor region, and it is a common sight to see airborne towels heading towards the pool.


Please follow the instructions on the card which you will find wedged on top of the washer.


You will find some washing tablets and fabric softener underneath the sink.

There will be sufficient for a couple of washer loads – after this you will need to purchase your own.

There is an iron and ironing board in the small wardrobe in the master bedroom


These are stored underneath the sink in the kitchen.

You will find at least one per day – you will need to purchase your own if you need more than this.


These damage the machine and the bubbles created leak all over the kitchen.

Any damage caused using anything but dishwasher tabs in the dishwasher will be charged for.

All bedding & towels are supplied – including pool towels.
You will be supplied with 1 set per week.

Additional bedding available on request (charges – double €15, single €10)


MASTER BEDROOM :- duvets are stored in the top of the large wardrobe.
Extra pillows in the top of small wardrobe.

TWIN BEDROOM :- duvets are stored beneath the beds.
Extra pillows in the top of wardrobe.


PLAIN towels for inside & PATTERNED towels for Pool area.


Due to having lost many towels & sheets that have been ruined with sun-cream, we ask our guests not to use P20 (or similar) sun-cream as this stains them and it is difficult to remove – if indeed you can remove it at all.

If stains cannot be removed you will be charged for new towels/bedding.
▪ A full set of new towels costs in the region of €40 per bedroom.
▪ A full set of bedding for the twin beds will be in the region of €100, king-size €75.

We include a complimentary 15 kWh per day.
Consumption over this must be paid for before departure, or will be deducted from your deposit.

This allows approximately 5-6 hours per day usage depending on the thermostat setting.
At 22c it will use 2 kW per hour – at anything lower it uses 3 kW per hour.

Please do not set the aircon BELOW 22c. It is not necessary.
It will not cool the air any more and just uses more electricity from your allowance.
It is also possible that it could freeze the compressor and damage the aircon – in which case you will be charged for any necessary repairs.
A new compressor costs approximately €1000.

Pool opening times 9.00am – 9.00pm.
Wristbands must be worn in the pool and gardens area.
Guests must shower before entering the pool.
No glass around pool area – please use plastic glasses & plates provided.
All children under 14 must have a parent with them at all times around the pool area.
No jumping or diving into the pool.
Blow-up lilos are NOT permitted in the pool – although arm bands and floaties are allowed.

We recommend all our guests to wait 20-30 mins after you have applied sunscreen before entering the pool. This allows the oil to absorb into your skin and will clog the pool filters less. It will also give you better protection from damaging your skin.

It is not permitted to wear clothing in the pool although specialist swimwear for toddlers and kids is permitted.

Please only use the pool towels round the pool – do not take the bath towels outside.

We have 2 garden chairs and 2 sunbeds for us round the pool.
These must NOT be left out overnight and should be brought back to the apartment.


Due to having lost many towels & sheets that have been ruined with sun-cream, we ask our guests not to use P20 (or similar) as this stains them and it is difficult to remove – if indeed you can remove it at all.

If stains cannot be removed you will be charged for new towels/bedding.
▪ A full set of new towels costs in the region of €40 per bedroom.
▪ A full set of bedding for the twin beds will be in the region of €100, king-size €75.

There is 1 garden chair, 2 sun loungers and a large cotton blanket for use round the pool.

You are welcome to take the chairs to the beach – but please do not use the blanket on the sand.

There is also a parasol to take to the beach.

The whole resort is wheelchair friendly with ramps to all entrance doors and lifts – including the club house.

Whilst the apartment is not adapted for disabled use, there is:
▪ Wheelchair access from the car park and main entrance via the lift to the 1st floor
▪ A large walk in shower with access for the less nimble
▪ Smooth, flat floors throughout – providing good access to the balcony

Note: Whilst the external door will allow access for wheelchairs or mobility scooters, the internal doors are only standard width.

Toilets and washbasins are positioned at standard height

There is 1 reserved space in the underground car park – you will be given the remote control for the garage door and key for the personal entry door at the bottom of the staircase.

There is also additional off-street parking available.


Do not place rubbish bags on the marble floor in the apartment – any leakages stain and damage the marble.
Do not leave rubbish bags outside the front door, please dispose of them immediately in the recycling bins.


There are recycling bins all around the complex.
The bins are labelled General Waste, Glass, Plastic and Paper.
The nearest to Block 49 are about 50 meters to both the left and right of the block.


The gas shut off valve is immediately below the boiler in the kitchen.

Mains Gas is installed in the apartment which fires the combi boiler for central heating and hot water – which is on immediately supply. There is no hot water tank.


The electricity shut off is in the main control box behind the front door.

In Spain, unlike the UK, you have a regulated supply, which in the apartment is 5.7 kW.
So – take care with how many electrical items you have on.
If you have the oven and all 4 rings on and then turn the kettle on – the circuit will trip!

If this happens, turn something off and the open the electricity fuse box behind the front door and look at the circuit breakers. It should be obvious which one has tripped, as it will be in the opposite direction from all the others.


The main water shut off is in the kitchen – high on the wall to the left of the arch as you look at it from inside the kitchen.

Each bathroom has it’s own shut off taps – again high on the wall behind the doors.

The quality of the tap water is Spain has improved dramatically over recent years and is safe for cooking and drinking. However, it is fairly hard and has chemicals added, much as in the UK, and may not be to your taste.

You will find that bottled water in the supermarkets is extremely cheap – about €0.70 for a big 6 litre bottle. Most Spanish people prefer to drink this than the tap water – especially in the summer when the water often comes out of the cold tap extremely warm due to the fact that pipes are often only buried a few feet underground.


Instruction manuals are provided for all appliances – these can be found in the drawer under the cooker. Although some are in Spanish, they have suitable pictures to help you and have translations if appropriate.

If you haven’t hired a car for your whole holiday, you can contact one of the following companies to see if they have a car available

Check out our website links as well


Al Andalus
On the pricey side but it is all inclusive including 2 drivers.


Easy Rent

Easy Car

Economy Car Hire

Argus Rentals


Mar Menor Car Hire
Calle Rio Nalon (40.02 km)
30710 Los Alcázares, Murcia, Spain
Tel: +34 634 33 49 23

Ibercar SL
La Manga BUT deliver to Roda
Car arrived within 2 hours of call!
Reservations: +34 968 56 35 54

Rent Again www
La Zenia
Tel: +34 966 73 09 94

Flamenca Cars
Tel: +34 661 086 403
On the expensive side – but offer a great service


Dickmanns – near The Arches
Gold Car


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🏖 Beaches

There are 185 beaches to choose from in Murcia.

Here is a full guide to all 185 beaches

Here is a quick guide to some of the local beaches we enjoy

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🎈 Other Things To Do


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Last Updated : 13/09/2023 by Bev Pomfret