Photo of Coral Horizons Beachfront Apartments
Address: 137 Williams Esplanade Palm Cove, Cairns, Australia
Set amidst the beautiful tropical buzz of Palm Cove is Coral Horizons. Set on the beachfront, the Palm Cove accommodation is superbly designed and equipped to provide you with a wonderful holiday experience.
Coral Horizons apartment accommodation is located on the beachfront in Palm Cove Village. Due to the property¿s prime location you will never have to travel far from your Palm Cove resort to ensure that you can take advantage of all the facilities on offer that make for a comfortable stay.
This popular beachfront accommodation in Palm Cove is located on the area¿s favourite beach and Coral Horizons is one of the very few Palm Cove resorts lucky enough to be located right on the waterfront complete with stunning views. The lovely cooling sea breezes and breath taking sun sets are all included for free when you stay at the resort style accommodation.
Staying at Coral Horizons provides you with the lovely experience and opportunity to oversee the natural beauty of this glorious palm-fringed beach. Whilst at the resort you will have the chance to swim year round in unmatched temperate clear blue ocean waters and relax on white sand beaches.
Coral Horizon¿s is not a hotel and the visitor that enjoys the laid back atmosphere of a resort will love staying with us. Not all Palm Cove hotels and resorts are blessed with such breathtaking views of the ocean. Coral Horizons is truly the best that Palm Cove accommodation has to offer.
Palm Cove offers an ideal hub for trips to the reef. Some of the most exotic and rare diving and snorkelling in the world are a short distance from the city of Cairns, courtesy of dozens of reef tour companies. This exotic playground twice the size of Tasmania, is waiting to be explored.
The Great Barrier Reef has been a focus point for the eastern coast of north Australia for centuries. The magical colours of the reef intrigued Captain James Cook, an English captain who claimed Australia for Britain in 1770, until he accidentally struck the sharp coral and punched a gaping hole in his vessel Endeavour. The explorer was able to repair the hole in his boat in the Cooktown River and return home, but not without experiencing the full wrath of the reef.
Since that time, the Great Barrier Reef has been a constant source of fascination for everyone who encounters it.