This 220-acre island is also home to a watchtower perched on a hilltop. This five-story circular tower was designed by a renowned architect and is available to guests. This extraordinary structure was constructed in the 1950s and features circular rooms with a view of the island’s volcano. The island is a nature and wildlife preserve with an abundance of Mediterranean plant life. The highest of its four peaks reaches a height of 330 feet above sea level and offers breathtaking views. A number of small beaches provide protection along its rocky coastline. The Mar Menor lagoon and La Manga del Mar Menor offer numerous opportunities for water sports. It is truly a place to unwind and unwind; a hidden gem that is now available for others to enjoy. The Cottages and Hunting Lodge are painted in a typical Mediterranean palette of indigo blue and terracotta. The Tower has 3 bedrooms with attached bathrooms, 2 living rooms, and a kitchenette on 5 levels. The Tower is not directly on the coast, but the beach is a 20-minute walk away.