|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
The duplex is situated only a few hundred metres from one of the best beaches on the Costa Blanca and is a short stroll through the surrounding pine forests and sand dunes which are part of a protected nature reserve. The property has a large sun terrace where you can have the privacy to sun bathe undisturbed or enjoy long warm summer evenings with family and friends. Enjoy watching the sun set over the distant mountains and enjoy views overlooking the nearby nature reserve and bird sanctuary. There is a large communal pool along with a smaller pool that is suitable for children.
There is an abundance of outdoor space including a large front patio that is an ideal sun trap even in the winter months and an enclosed rear patio that is an ideal place to sit and relax. You can use this area to catch the early rising sun or as a cooler sitting and dining area on the hottest days. There is also a large roof top solarium.
For interested clients a free DVD is available on request
Guardamar : Because of the majestic and idyllic beaches created by the motion of sea and wind formed sand dunes, fringed by pine, eucalyptus and palm trees, Guardamar is a desirable destination for permanent living or holiday.
A dozen kilometres of beaches covered by white sand are inviting visitors to bathe in the sun or enjoy a walk along the shores.
The sparkling quality of water is perfect to have a refreshing swim or take a sailing or scuba diving course at the “Marina de las Dunas”, a modern sporting marina with nearly 500 mooring points.
Furthermore you can visit the “Parque Reina Sofia” or “Parque Alfonso XIII” and see an ecosystem perfect for aquatic birds typical to this region, such as the royal heron. Close to the mouth of the river Segura you can trek or cycle through the typical landscape of the Levantine garden.
Guardamar is also a city of colorful processions and celebrations.
There is the carnival procession in February, the holy week processions in April, during July the festivities of the Moors and Christians, which are finishing with the general parade where they present their best gowns in order to interpret dances, sword fights, with horses, camels and coaches.
At the end of August the famous Paella competition is taking place and during the Christmas holidays the Council of Festivities celebrates an exhibition of Nativity scenes.
At Christmas Eve the Christmas parade takes place, in which Father Christmas is delivering toys.
The days of Christmas are crowned with the Kings´ Cavalcade, after which the Magicians initiate their nocturnal journey to visit all the homes of the municipality.
Guardamar - a special place to discover
Guardamar monthly weather: So here is a rough - because I am not a meteorologist -,
from what we have been experiencing over the
past years since we are now living here in Alicante.
(Temperatures refer to highest during the day)
January - the coldest (windy) months of the year: 12-18°C
February/March - sunny, with sometimes a rainy day in between,
temperatures raise above 22°
April/May - sunny, (my personal favorites): 20° to 25° C
June/July/August - sunny sunny sunny and hot 35°C on some
days more - (hey this is what Spain is all about)
September - the months where Spaniards start wearing long
trousers, just because the calendar says its autumn 25°
October - the days get shorter - but perfect for long
walks along the sandy beaches of Guardamar: 20° to 25°C
November - can not really say, but it's getting colder
now: 20°C occasionally
December - warm, compared to watching winter sports
on television but, you want to have the heating
system set up: 15°
There are two bar/restaurants within a few minutes walk from the duplex, offering a variety of quality food and evening family entertainment. One of the largest local markets in the area takes place on a Sunday and is a short drive or walk. The market boasts a variety of colorful stalls including various local food and very cheap wine!
The nearest beach to the villa is a mere three minutes walk through pine forests. It stretches unbroken for around 17km and is serene and tranquil. In the summer months there is a beach cafe open for snacks and drinks and a beach bar with umbrellas and sun lounges for hire. The pine forests leading down the beach have plenty of shaded areas to enjoy a picnic or shelter in the heat of the day.
The Costa Blanca has been given more blue flags that any other tourist destination in Europe since the creation of this award.
Other Activities: Beach walking
Golf: There is the golf course of Alicante with water hazards and bunkers close to the beautiful beaches of San Juan;
'La Finca golf course' in Algorfa with the legend already of a “must play” course;
The attractive course “Las Ramblas de Orihuela” which is testing for any golfer; The Golf & Country Club “La Marquesa” with the opportunity for a birdie on the 6th;
The Royal Golf Club of Campoamor considered being one of the best courses at the Mediterranean Cost;
Villamartin as one of the oldest and most popular courses;
The Golf Resort of La Manga with 3 different courses of which the South course has been venue for many major professional tournaments, plus many more courses,
Not last and certainly not least the new “Serena golf” which offers the game on the “Mar Menor” designed by Manolo Piñero and a waiting list to play.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||£100|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (GBP) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.