Casa Candia is situated on a sunny hillside & belongs to a private urbanisation named Vizcondado de Cabanyes, it has wonderful panoramic views to the Mediterranean sea.The villa is tastefully furnished.There are 2 balconys & 2 terraces with stunning views.The kitchen is well equipped for a family of 6 + baby, and the adjacent open plan dining and sitting areas are comfortably furnished; French window type doors lead out onto a large patio which joins the patio and lawn in front of the pool. An open log fire. INTERNET . TV - English, German, French & Spanish. Nintendo Wii station + games & sports. DVD/VHS, CD- tape-player & radio, 1 TV- Video in ensuite-bedroom; ipod docks in 4 rooms, a book shelf with 300 varied books. Ping-pong table. 8 sun-lounges,2 garden tables,plenty of chairs, Weber charcoal grill:a gas grill. Central heating: ventilators for the summer.There are plenty of things to do, and many interesting places to visit. Our agent is in nearby Sant Antonio, and speaks English, German, French and Spanish.
From our GUEST BOOK : Good morning Mr. Harrison,I wanted to drop you a quick note to say that we enjoyed our visit to Spain and your home was lovely! Also, the ladies at the rental office were very nice and helpful. Thanks again, Pam Lake.
Jonathan. Just a quick note to let you know we have just returned from Spain and have had a excellent time. Although the weather hasn't been great the villa was a real home from home, in a fantastic location and with all the amenities we needed. The children made full use of the pool and the fact that it was indoors meant we were all able to use it even when it wasn't sunny. Best wishes Craig.
Hello Brett, Thank you for all the directions - they were spot on. We had a very enjoyable time in Catalunya. The villa was just what we wanted. Oh for a palm tree and such solitude and views. We thought the pool was excellent with the overhead balcony. I found a very compulsive read in your extensive library & We found Al Vent very helpful. Sue and Keith
Eating : There are plenty of excellent opportunities for wining and dining. From Monday to Friday it is possible to have a good midday meal for 9 to 15 Euros, this is generally a three course meal ( often 3 different choices for each course ) and sometimes includes not only bread, but water,wine and coffee too. Midday meals are from 13.00 h. untill 15.30 h. and evening dining begins at 20.00 h. Many restaurants are non-smoking, but one has to check at the door. Palamos has a variety of very good restaurants,bars and tapas bars (Moni 's tapas-bar!! )
Also along the sea front at Sant Antonio there is a good selection of restaurants where one can sit outside; even an Irish pub for those who miss their Guinness. Playa d'Aro also has some good restaurants, as well as the usual fast food: pizza and burgers etc.
Shopping - eating at home:- there is a good super market in Calonge and others are 1 to 2 kms further down the road; there are also daily markets, which rotate from town to town.
Places of interest: The charming picturesque fishing villages of LLAFRANC, CALELLA,TAMARIU are lovely and also enjoy a variety of excellent restaurants: the fantastic views from the lighthouse above Llafranc at Cap de Sant Sebastian,where one can dine at the El Far Hotel high above the sea: are all not to be missed. PALS is a superbly preserved and reconstructed medieval village, very pretty, and best visited early in the morning before everyone else arrives. LA BISBAL - best known for its Catalan ceramics industry (there are dozens of shops), PALAFRUGEL, BEGUR, SANT FELIU are all worth a visit. Further afield, the Dali museum at FIGUERES, the Dali house at Port Lligat near CADAQUES ( one has to book a time ,Tel.972 25 83 15) and the small castle where Dali's wife Gala lived at PUBOL on the way to Girona, are all very interesting. Girona itself also has alot to offer, with many different shops, a cathedral and an interesting old town. In the summer there are music festivals at PERELADA and at Cap Roig.