About the property
- Villa1776 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, traditional villa with great views of the Montgo mountain
An attractive traditional Spanish villa set in 1300 square metres, with beautiful views of the Montgo mountain and surrounding almond groves.
The 10 x 5m pool has several sunbathing areas, together with shady places for when the sun is too hot. There is a large naya with table and chairs for outdoor eating, and a BBQ area with stylish stone garden table and seating for 6.
The naya (terrace) is fully glazed with sliding doors, so you can enjoy being outside in the evenings or if the wind gets up hide and enjoy the views. When its hot, slide back the glass doors to make it completely open. The whole villa is on a flat plot with off road parking in a very quiet area of the countryside. The villa is accessible to the elderly or disabled but wheelchair access is limited by a few small steps into the naya.
We provide a free welcome food pack on arrival.
Guests are welcome to use the pool towels outside by the pool.
The kitchen is compact but fully equipped with oven, hob, new washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, juicer, coffee maker and a full set of cookware and utensils. There is also an iron and ironing board.
The lounge/dining room is comfortably furnished, and fitted with satellite TV, DVD player and CD/cassette/radio music centre. A fair selection of DVDs and CDs is provided. The TV has a good selection of Sky digital channels, including BBC News, ITV1, Ch4 and Ch5,(presently available) and also many Spanish Freeview channels with some interesting programs. There is
WI-FI throughout and a printer available for guests, very useful if you want to print off boarding passes and ticket information.
There are three bedrooms, two doubles and one twin. All have large fitted wardrobes, with lots of hangers providing plenty of storage space.
The main bedroom has a full en-suite bathroom, and a second bathroom serves the other two bedrooms. In addition, there is a separate shower room with washbasin & WC.
The main bedroom has a safe fitted to keep your valuables.
A hair-dryer is provided for your use, as are several portable fans.
Rooms:Bedrooms(3), Kitchens (1), Living rooms (1), En suite (1), Bathrooms(2), WCs(3), Terraces (2).
General : TV (1), DVD(1), Radio / CD player, Safe, Satellite.
Equipment: Kettle, Toaster, Iron and board, Hair dryer.
Utilities: dishwasher, cooker, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine.
Luxuries: Free welcome food pack on arrival, log burning fire,10 x 5m pool, panoramic views.
Outdoors: Large flat terraces, Private garden, BBQ, external lighting .
Furniture: Single beds(2), Double beds (2), Outdoor dining for 6, Lounge seating for 6, Sleeps a maximum of 6.
Moraira is a beautiful traditional Spanish fishing village around 20 minutes away, that has expanded to accommodate a relaxed tourist trade suitable for all ages. Locally there is something to do all year round, with traditional religious and local festivals at different times of year. There are so many wonderful sights to explore (lighthouses, caves, cathedrals) some fantastic walks, and sea excursions, also great for cycling and various other activities such as golf and tennis. A lively “cafe culture” means there is a relaxed but exciting atmosphere along the main beach front especially in the summer. Moraira is blessed with a wide selection of stylish cafés within its pleasant streets For authentic Spanish dishes why not visit Las Gaviotas in the square opposite the church. The main fish restaurants are located on the front overlooking the small port and fish market (La Lonja) where fish auctions take place every morning at 10am except Sundays. Well worth seeing.
A hire car is necessary due to the distances to the beaches and restaurants , and we would recommended travelling to visit some of the fascinating villages inland towards the mountains and some stunning secluded coves and beaches along the coast.
Javea is a 10 minute drive away and the Playa de l’Arenal is Javea’s most famous (but not only) tourist beach area, and well worth a visit. It is a dreamy setting stretching no more than 300m from the well located Parador hotel in the north as far as the famous Javea nightclub “Achill” in the south. The Arenal is home to every type of café bar and restaurant, which are set back from the wide promenade and beach. With views across the bay and a family chilled out atmosphere this is the perfect beach holiday get away. With fine golden sand, volleyball nets, various boutique shops and ice cream parlours stretching along the promenade, you can also find plenty of play areas for the kids. The fine sand leads down to the shallow Mediterranean waters making this a safe and exciting beach for all the family.
Denia lies some 15km north of Javea along a spectacular winding mountain road over the Montgo Mountain or a easy drive past the small towns of La Xara and Ondara. It is a bustling resort with a classic Spanish traditional old town, fine restaurants and blue flag beaches stretching for many kilometres, even in the height of summer finding a quite spot is always easy. The Marques de Campo is a lively street, lined with open air restaurants with a real world food theme serving everything from traditional rice and tapas as well as tastes from Germany, Holland and the UK. All these restaurants have adequate open air seating which makes for a meal with great atmosphere, with the added bonus of shading from the trees lining the avenue, many an hour can be spent watching the world go by. The surrounding streets are great for shopping, with plenty of boutiques and designer clothing outlets; Denia provides the best shopping between Valencia and Benidorm.
There is plenty for the kids to do if they get bored with the swimming pool and beaches. Less than 30 minutes away there are many attractions for all ages including ‘Terra Natura’ animal park, ‘Mundomar’ an animal water park, ‘Aqualandia’ a themed water park and ‘Terra Mitica’ a huge fun park, boasting some of the largest rides in Europe.
The Costa Blanca has many renowned golf courses of which 5 are less than half an hours drive away. Javea itself has 2 – the internationally renowned 27 – hole course at La Sella which is a 15 minute drive away, and 10 minutes away a local 9-hole course which is more difficult than it looks and has superb views of the ‘landmark’ Montgo mountain. There are further 9-hole courses at Moraira and Altea and the 18-hole Seve Ballesteros designed course at Oliva Nova Golf Club.
There are also very good courses at Benidorm, Valencia and Alicante, in particular the famous 18-hole championship links course at El Saler, for those who don’t mind an hour and half or so drive before the round.
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- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- May 28, 2018
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Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Javea is the jewel on the northern Costa Blanca, it still functions as a fishing port with the boats leaving every day and returning with their catch. Alongside the rag tag fleet of fishing vessels can be found the multi million Euro yachts and family pleasure cruisers all moored in the famous port area below Puchol’s grand villas. Javea has 3 separate distinct stretches of coastline and is very much a lived in area which is popular with visitors and holiday villa seekers. Views across the bay are spectacular.
Playa de l’Arenal is Javea's most famous (but not only) tourist beach area. It is a dreamy setting stretching no more than 300m from the well located Parador hotel in the north as far as the bargain food restaurant of Scallops in the south. The Arenal is home to every type of café bar and restaurant which are set back from the wide promenade and beach, but not home to any of the hi rise blocks associated with Benidorm or Calpe. With views across the bay and a family chilled out atmosphere this is the perfect beach holiday get away. With fine, golden sand and amenities such as volleyball nets along the back of the beach which are popular later in the day and plenty play areas for the kids; this is safe and exciting for all the family
Scuba diving in Javea is highly recommended and there's no end of dive shops offering introductory dives and PADI courses, the bay in and around Portixol is a favourite amongst divers in the area.
The Costa Blanca has more than 13 golf courses including the championship La Sella course, on C/ Jesus Pobre. There are sailing opportunities available from the Javea port. There are a number of horse riding schools in and around Javea and excellent bike rides.
There are also some great walking routes around Javea and if you are interested in doing some walking you should ask in the Tourist Information office for the booklet 'Nature Parks and Trekking Routes'. A must do walk if you can cope with the heat during the summer months is to climb the Montgo, there are various routes to suit all fitness and age groups with the shortest being about 2 hours round trip, up to the 8 hr full traverse for those of a more adventurous bent.
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A €300,00 security deposit is also payable with the final balance which will be returned on satisfactory inspection of the property. No single sex groups or groups of teenagers allowed.