|Minimum Stay||4 - 7 nights|
LUXURY STONE VILLA ,HUGE GARDEN, FANTASTIC VIEWS, POOL, VOLLEY/FOOTBALL ,SLIDE, WIFI,..This stunning luxury stone villa is in just the ideal location, sitting in it’s very own private secluded gardens hidden amongst the orange groves.It is the perfect place to sit back and relax in peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of every day life, yet in just a couple of minutes in a car you can be in the traditional Spanish village of Pedreguer and a little further on you can experience all the sites and flavours of Denia, Javea and Moraira.The villa itself has been lovingly renovated to a very high standard with exposed wooden beams and traditional stone walls, with a stunning interior gallery with water fountain and intrecate window features, that give it a unique warm, peaceful, ambience.As you approach the house down a private road you arrive at the electric gates and private entrance to La Finca Bella. On entering you can barely see the beautiful finca hiding behind the small forest of almond and walnut trees, there is a large gravelled car park and roundabout with ample space for 5 + cars. This leads onto a narrow winding pathway to the house entrance with an open porch and beautiful natural stone well.
Through a quaint handmade wooden door you enter the large open country kitchen that oozes with character that sets the theme for the rest of the house, with patio doors leading to the fantastic outside pool. Back in the kitchen there is a reclaimed stone butler sink, extensive tiled work surfaces and ample cupboard space, full size fridge and separate full size freezer. To add to the social family area is a centre island with stools for family and friends to sit around and chat while you cook up a delight on the double hob and oven.The open kitchen leads onto the dining area which is in the heart of the house with a large dining table which seats 8 comfortably. Behind the large table is the real log burning fire and above is the open gallery with open railings and water fountain feature and an interior mediteranean style window. In the dining room is also the music system which controls the multi room audio system for inside and outside the house as well as a docking station for your ipod to enjoy your very own special holiday sounds.The cosy lounge is separated from the dining area and kitchen by the two huge original wooden doors. In this room you can relax on two ample sized cream leather sofas to catch up with Sky TV and DVDs for the kids. There are also two patio doors from here leading to the large outside patio and pool area.From the lounge you enter the downstairs kingsize bedroom that exudes character and comfort, with a window that looks out onto the patio and pool area.From the dining area there is the original staircase made from antique tiles leading to the upper interior gallery.The first bedroom you come to is the large master bedroom again full of character, with drapes over the bed, separate sofa and a romantic balcony of grapevines and flowers overlooking the very inviting pool. Opposite the master bedroom is the main bathroom that is unique to say the least, there is a huge luxury Turkish style bath and shower which gives you the massive wow factor. Again in here is multi room audio so you can relax to your music whilst soaking in this luxury bath.Next to the main bathroom are the 2 twin bedrooms which are mirror images of each other, both full of character with exposed stone walls and rustic floor tiles. Each bedroom has its own private door to step out onto the large roof terrace which is completely surrounded by grapevines to give total privacy and seclusion. From here you have breathtaking views stretching across the orange groves in the valley to the stunning surrounding mountains all the way down to the Mediterranean sea.The terrace also has multi room audio system.The sunset from this spot is incredible, a must with a glass of wine.
The huge flat plot has an abundance of various fruit trees and grapevines perfect for the kids to have an adventure climbing trees and playing on rope swings while you relax in the hammock set between the trees.There are also several seating areas round this shaded side of the house where you can shelter from the midday sun under the trees and grapevines.On the poolside of the garden is an open lawned area with swing and slide, a kids toy log cabin and a mini goal and football playing area to keep the kids entertained.The pool is fenced off from this area to give you peace of mind whilst the children play safely in the garden.On the south facing pool side of the house you can enjoy the Spanish sun for over 320 days of the year, it is a real sun trap for both winter and summer lets, with a huge terrace with 8 sun loungers, a gorgeous comfortable 3 piece sofa and table under a large parasol for those warmer months. At the far end of the patio next to the orange groves is a shaded wooden pergola covered in grapevines, under which sits a huge Henry VIII style handmade wooden table with tree trunks for legs and benches for seats.This is a fantastic place for all the family and friends to gather round to enjoy some Al Fresco Mediterranean dining prepared on the barbeque which is directly next to the table so the chef can be involved with the fellow diners.
Everyone comments on the fantastic crystal clear 10.5x 5.5m pool.Straight from the kitchen you walk out to the Roman style steps into the pool which has 4 sunken bar stools to cool off whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink under the shade of the traditionally thatched parasol.The pool itself has been specifically designed for children and games in mind, unlike many standard pools that are too deep for the kids even in the shallow end, this pool is only 1metre deep to half way and then decends to 2m at the deep end.This makes it perfect for fun and games in the water and a great volleyball net stretching the width of the pool is supplied so you can have hours of fun in the cool water or the more relaxed can look on from their sunken bar stalls. The finca is also ideal for 2 families or a family holidaying with grandparents. Lots of toys to entertain the children. Owners/property manager are local should you need them.To sum up this magical house has it all for a family holiday of a life time, you will not be disappointed.
The traditional village of Pedreguer is close to the beaches of Javea and Denia yet it is away from the maddening crowds and so it makes for a perfect holiday location if you want to enjoy a taste of the real Spain.Pedreguer is a typical Spanish market town located at the foot of the Muntanya Gran and is the gateway to the beautiful Orba Valley famous for its orange groves and a short trip inland to the Jalon Valley�������s famous vineyards is also highly recommended. The area offers breath-taking scenery for a pleasant drive and in February this is the best place to see the almond blossom and green valleys covered in orange trees.This original village has cafe bars & restaurants where you can enjoy drinks or traditional tapas along the main street , many of the façades of the houses are painted in vivid colours, which give the village a lively appearance. Around the main square you can see some of the most beautiful 19th Century facades as well as “els Porxes”: the market square is covered with Arabic tiles and constructed with cast-iron pillars and wooden beams.Pedregeur offers visitors the chance to take a walk through the town centre and discover beautiful ancient buildings such as the parish church of Santa Cruz (16th century). Outside the town centre there is the Sant Blai chapel, from which we can see the Segaria mountain range, the Montgo Nature Park and La Sella with the famous Golf course,Tennis & the five star Marriott Hotel & Luxury Spa. A perfect setting for those cycling enthusiasts as well as Horse riding, mountain or country walks or for those who enjoy the faster pace quad biking through the beautiful Orba valley.
For those of you who like to shop Pedreguer has something to offer everyone. Those who like a bargain can make their way to the car boot sale or Rastro market held every Sunday on the nearby industrial estate or the traditional vegetable market in the town square every Saturday. The village also specializes in the manufacturing of bags, hats and leather goods. Try also visiting the neighbouring village of Gata de Gorgos which is famous for it’s wicker furniture shops or Ondara with it’s historic bull ring. Within a 5 minute drive along the N332 you will find the modern shopping centre ‘La Marina’ which has a wide range of shops, a cinema and restaurants. Parking is free.
There seems to always be a Fiestas in Pedreguer and to name a few:
Every New Year the festival season begins with Reyes Magos, Cavalcade of the Three Kings. This festival starts on the 5th of January. It is the day that the Spanish traditionally celebrate their Christmas. On the 17th of January the people of Pedreguer celebrate the Fiestas of San Antonio Abad, with pilgrimage, blessing of animals and popular celebrations. On the 3rd of February there is a religious festival - the Festival of Sant Blai, with sales of the traditional 'porrat', sport events and concerts. Pedreguers festivities would not be complete without the annual Carnival which lasts from February 20 - 27 . It includes many Fancy Dress Parades and street dancing, with the burial and 'Cremá' (burning) of the Sardine. During the month of July is the main town fiestas in honour of San Buenaventura with bull-running throughout the town, 10 days as from 11-12 July with spectacular costumes, music, live bands,parades and much much more….
How to get to PedreguerPedreguer is just off the A-7 motorway (autoroute) so Alicante airport to the south or Valencia airport to the north are both just about an hours drive.Within 30 minutes of Pedreguer you also have Calpe and Benidorm with sea world, water parks, mundomar, Terra Mitica,Terra Natura and a Medievel theme park to name a few.
- 2 level country house
- living room with open fireplace, television, dvd player and hifi audio set
- dining room
- 4 bedrooms
- central heating
- 2 balconies
- satellite antenna
- internet connection
- kitchen-diner with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, coffee machine, watercooker, mixer and toaster
Bedrooms and bathrooms
- bedroom with kingsize bed
- bedroom with double bed
- 2 bedrooms, each with 2 single beds
- total of 4 bathrooms
- large and enclosed plot
- private pool measuring 105m x 55m and 2m deep
- lawned garden with gravel and trees
- 3 terraces, of which 1 covered
- 5 parking spaces
- roof terrace
- please consult if pets are allowed
Features / services
- bed linen and towels included in rental price
- washing machine
Extra features / services
- soccer field
We stayed at 'La Finca' during June 2013 and it lived up to expectations. The grounds are excellent and the biggest selling point for us - plenty of space to explore and play over the holiday. The pool is great - having the outdoor toys for this and the grassed area was a real plus. The toys inside are in need of a bit of a refresh, however, as most are broken or have bits missing.
A real plus for us was the fact that the ground is very flat - my father in law is disabled but could move around with minimal difficulty - no steps up or down to the pool was one of the reasons we chose the property - he could sit and watch from the choice of seats whilst others were in the pool. Having the pool so accessible made afternoons/evenings really easy to enjoy - simply bring food out to the bbq and sit by the pool - no wandering to a different part of the property. The property itself is well equipped and comfortable and the hammock in the 'orchard' area is extremely relaxing if you get the chance to enjoy it...
You need a car to get about, but there's a lot within relatively short drives - wine bodegas and the beaches of Denia and Calpe were a highlight. Stock up on wine at the local supermarket where there are some real gems for bargain prices. Overall very pleased with our choice and will definitely be considering a repeat visit!
We stayed in this lovely house for a week in August. The finca is wonderfully restored and full of character, but still has all the mod-cons. There's plenty of room in the large flat garden and the pool is fantastic! Our boys were quite often still swimming at midnight!!!
Its located in a secluded area, but feels secure and you are only 5mins drive from ammenities such as supermarkets and restaurants.
To summarise - a fantastic place that meant a great holiday.
Our family party consisted of 7 adults and a 2 year old. We all had loads of space inside and out in which to 'find our own corner'! The villa has great character and felt very homely. I really would find it hard to find a fault with it to be honest! I would recommend it unreservedly (and have!). Hilary Bond
We had the most wonderful time at La Finca Bella. Kerry was so welcoming and helpful. Apart from popping into town for supplies there really is no need to leave the villa unless you want to explore the stunning countryside. Great location for a really relaxing holiday with friends & family. We will be back next year! Thanks again Kerry :-)
This villa is simply excellent! From being greeted by Kerry & shown around the lovely villa, through its electric gates, the orchard, kids play area, hammock, swimming pool ( gates lock this off from the house or rest of the garden), hot tub, fantastic rooms - kitchen, dining area, lounge, downstairs bedroom, upstairs bedrooms & bathroom- we knew our holiday was going to be special. Kerry takes you through every conceivable aspect of the property & answered any questions you might have- its a wonderful way to start your holiday, as it completely puts you at ease & makes you feel that you're staying in a home, not a house. The area is superb too, as there is very little ambient noise, especially at night & you can truly relax with a wine or two when the kids are (eventually!) worn out! All in all, this is an excellent place to take kids & I would recommend it without hesitation. For reference, our kids are twin 4 year olds & a 2 year old.
I stayed at the property in May 2014 for a week with my daughters and friends. The villa was amazing and considering my daughter and her partner added to booking there was still enough room for all 10 of us and infant. The pool and outside space fab. I would suggest adding some more plates, glassess etc as we did buy plastic glasses to use around pool. My 11 month granddaughter was with us and she wanted for nothing everything provided for her - travel cot/buggy and toys and she enjoyed the pool be it a little cold for her at first.
You definatley need a car but apart from that had a wonderful holiday and kerry was very helpful and she suprised us with a jacuzzi on our arrival.
Thanks again Gulley family and Fish Family x
We stayed with our little children in this fantastic Finca. We had a perfect time!
Lots of space outside, lots of shadow places, very big garden with lots of toys for the boys, excellent BBQ and amazing swimming pool.
Also the fence was great so you know the children are 100% safe, that made our holiday very comfortable!
The house itself is also perfect, overcomplete kitchen, very nice bathroom, big sleeping rooms.
Communication with Kerry was perfect and very friendly!
Also the surrounding was very nice, we enjoyed the stay on the nice boulevard and very nice beach of Javea.
We can highly recommend this house to anyone with children, but also to elder people.
We come back for sure!
Denia is a sundrenched popular harbour city with a small-town feel to it, located at the Costa Blanca in the Comunidad Valenciana in Spain, at the north coast of Alicante province straight across the island of Ibiza which can be reached by the ferries from Denia´s port. Denia is the capital of the Marina Alta district. Valencia and Alicante airports are both approximately 100 km away from Denia. Denia has a beautiful marina and a medieval castle with view on the city and the sea. Denia offers different residential areas where you can find luxury holiday rentals: villas, houses and apartments.
Denia - Costa Blanca - Spain
Denia covers a surface of 66.2 square kilometres and has a magnificently long beach-covered coastline, an impressive 20 kilometres in length, starting in Las Marinas (or Les Marines) and ending at Las Rotas (or Les Rotes). Denia counts four distinct areas: Las Rotas with its fabulous rocky coast, natural reserve Montg���, Las Marinas with its miles of beaches, and the centre of Denia. The following villages are also part of the Denia district: La Jara (a village just north of Denia ), Jesús Pobre (a village west of Denia , behind the mountain of Montgó ) and La Pedrera (situated against the slopes of mt. Montgó).
General information about Denia
While grape lice caused a major economical and demographical downfall at the beginning of the 20th century (also known as the raisin crisis), the touristic boom of the 60's had just the opposite effect, causing a demographical and economical turnaround. Population figures rose from 12.185 inhabitants in 1960 to 30.693 in 2000 and 41.591 in 2006. Midway through 2007, the number of inhabitants had already risen to nearly 45.000! From 1960 onwards, tourism has become the main economic engine of Denia while industries are disappearing and urbanization on the fast track. Since then, Denia has also developed into an important city and port area for its neighbourhood and the Costa Blanca . Besides being an important regional fishing port, Denia has two marinas and is point of departure for boats leaving for the Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca .
History of Denia
The origins of Denia date back to eight centuries before Christ when a Greek colony named Hemeroskopeion was founded, although in Pre-Roman times there were some Iberian settlements in the Montgó area
When the Romans discovered Denia in the 3rd century B.C., Denia 's city adventure took off. The story goes that Denia was named after the Roman Diana temple, which was discovered there. An embedded stone from this temple can still be seen today in the Renaissance facade of the city. In centuries past, several cultures have influenced Denia : Iberians, Romans, Muslims, and Christians all inhabited the city and up to this day their influences can still be seen and felt in museums, monuments, and archaeological remains. A walk through the narrow lanes of the fisherman's district reveals the history, culture, and architecture of the Iberian, Carthaginian (North-African), Roman, Arabic, and Christian civilizations.
The city is characterised by the Castillo, an ancient castle built by the troops during Muslim era (Muslims took over the stronghold from the Romans in 713) and fortified at the time of the independence war. It is a beautiful cultural heritage that can be admired from several places in town. Within its walls it houses the archaeological museum displaying the city's history from 200 before Christ until the more recent 18th century. Denia became a dukedom during the 15th century. The fifth Duke, The Duke of Lerma was favoured by king Philip III who declared Denia a city in 1612.
Landscape and surroundings of Denia
Denia is surrounded by nature areas of high ecological value. The nature area of mount Montgó was named a nature reserve in 1987 because of its scenic value, flora and fauna. The area is home to a large diversity of original domestic plants, animals, caves and paths. Mount Montg�����, reaching 753 meters in height, stretches out to the ocean at the impressive Cabo de San Antonio, a 160m high cliff with a lighthouse offering a stunning view over the sea and Jvea bay. At daytime this offers an impressive panorama while at night the many small lights grant the scene a touch of magic. At the foot of this cliff lies the Reserva Marina of Cabo de San Antonio natural reserve. This protected area has always remained well-preserved, making it of high value both environmentally-scientific and ecologically.
Denia has more than 300 days of sunshine per year and with its average temperature of 20 degrees, Denia , with its 20 kilometre-long sand beach, makes for the ideal place to celebrate your holidays on the Costa Blanca. The beautiful long coastline of Denia is made up of outstretched sand beaches and rocky bays. In the north of the district lies the area named Las Marinas where you will mainly find long beaches with soft sand. Las Rotas is In the south of the Denia district. This area starts off with a sand beach, followed by a gorgeous rocky coastline with many bays and inlets offering scuba divers and snorkeling fans stunning underwater landscapes.
Besides enjoying the sun, the beaches of Denia also offer all kinds of activities such as beach volleyball, soccer, surfing and kite surfing, jet skiing, canoeing, and scuba diving. If after all of these activities you would like to quench your thirst, please find one of the chiringuitos, the little wooden beach huts 'on' the beach, near you. The beaches of Denia are all popular family beaches and have received the European blue flag for their quality and neatness. Lifeguards protect the beaches during the summer months and the beaches are equipped with showers, beach loungers and beach umbrellas (usually available for a fee).
The beaches also have several areas specially equipped for people with disabilities with amongst others special access paths to the beach and summertime transportation and supportive equipment for on the beach and in the sea. At Las Marinas these areas are found on the beaches of Punta del Raser and Els Molins, and at Las Rotas this is at Marineta Cassiana.
Sights of Denia Castillo de Denia The old town section of Denia is dominated by the castle. Situated on a hill near the sea and at the heart of the town centre it is one of the characteristic features of its history. The original design stems from the 11th and 12th centuries, and it has undergone several architectural changes since. Its bastions, for instance, were built in the Renaissance style of the 16th/17th century. Remnants of three distinct era's can still be admired at Denia 's castle: Roman era: remainders from this period can be found at the east side of the castle (Torre del Galliner). Muslim era: This period can be observed at the Portal de la Vila (access gate) and at the arcs and roofs of the Portal del Baluart and the Torre del Mig. Christian era: This period is reflected in the Vila Vella, the walled city area that remained the city centre until the time of the Guerra de Sucesin at the start of the 18th century.
Archeological museum This museum displays the evolution of the city from its beginnings (the Iberian age) until the 18th century. The museum is divided into four parts, displaying the four most influential periods of the city's development. Etnological museum The Ethnological museum of Denia brings the 19th century to life. It displays the life of the bourgeoisie in these times and the growth and glory brought about by the raisin trade. Toy museum In this museum one can admire the toys that were produced in Denia from 1904 until the 1960's. Asuncin kerk: This church, built in 18th century baroque style, has the rectangular shape of a latin cross. San Antonio church: The current building was re-modelled in the 18th century and consists of a monastery and a church. The cross decorated in Biblical ways hanging inside is worth a visit. Denia city council. Denia Town hall:
A beautiful building because of its classical design and shapes. Its faade consists of six massive arches and big windows.
Things to do in Denia
The sea and the beach offer you the possibilities to go sailing, surfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, sea fishing, outings to the Balearic Islands , and to taste a multitude of culinary fish dishes. The coastline and inlands offer possibilities for a game of golf or tennis, to go hiking, biking, or horseback riding, or set out for a car trip to cultural and historical sights. Natures beauty invites you for a tour on foot, by bike or by car. There are many formidable hiking trails with routes of different lengths and varying in difficulty.
You will walk through shadowy orange plantations or you can walk to the top of mount Montg��� where the real reward is the unforgettable view of the surroundings. In this area, nature blossoms four seasons a year. A number of ferries set out from Denia harbour to the Balearic Islands. One of the possibilities is an excursion to Mallorca or Ibiza , with ferries going there every day. Denia offers everything you would want on a shopping day. The main street Marqués de Campo and the many little lanes offer a wide range of shoe, clothes, and jewellery stores.
The market places of Denia are also worth your while. Offering a large diversity of local products ranging from fruits and vegetables from the surroundings, to freshly caught fish and even handicraft artworks. Since relaxing is important during your holidays, why don't you try out one of Denia 's many spa's on offer. Pick your choose from a wide range of treatments such as hydrotherapy, clay, algae, lavender, and/or camomile baths, massages, aromatherapy, reflexology, and many many more.
Festivities in Denia
In Denia there is always a celebration going on. Denia is known to be the district in the Costa Blanca that has more holidays than any other. The festivities are celebrated extensively, sometimes for days in a row, and for all ages. Starting early mornings, they go on until late at night. Some of the major characteristic celebrations in Denia are:
characterised by dance and music, fireworks, and displaying major pieces of art, in the making for the entire year, that are ultimately sacrificed in the bonfire on the last evening of the celebration.
Las Fiestas Patronales de la Santsima Sangre:
This feast is celebrated in July and is mostly characterised by Bous al Mar (literally: Bulls to the Sea), in which the bulls are unleashed in the streets and startled by local Spanish daredevils trying to drive them into the sea. Spaniards love this feast, but animal lovers may best take a detour on that day. The days before and after are filled with many activities, reaching a climax with the Correfoc, a parade with beautiful floats.
De Moros y Cristianos (Moors and Christians)
is a feast based on the historical-religious tradition and is celebrated throughout most of the Costa Blanca. It reminds of the times when Mores were occupying most of the Iberian Peninsula and the Christians reconquered it during the 'Reconquista'. This feast is truly a dress-up party with Moors, Christians, music, parades with horses and lots of spectacle.
Cuisine of Denia
In Denia you can enjoy a large variety of seafood. The harbour of Denia has a daily supply from fishermen providing for the menu of the restaurants on the very same day. Furthermore you will find the typical dishes of the Costa Blanca of which the Paella is a must. The rich variety of the cuisine in this area of the Mediterranean Coast is mainly characterised by the use of olive oil, garlic, fish, crustaceans and fresh vegetables.
Wellknown are also the renowned red shrimps of Denia, the rice dish calles Arroz a banda, the Espencat (grilled vegetables) and the Suquet de peix (with a.o. fish, sea urchins and dried cuttlefish). You can enjoy this delicious dishes in the more 300 Denia restaurants. Apart from that Denia has numerous cheerful terraces, bars and bodegas.
Sports and recreation in Denia
Denia's location in between the sea and mountains offers an optimal surrounding for many different sports. Add to this the gentle and warm sea climate and one can practice a variety of sports on land or at sea all year long.
Golf in Denia
This area has many golf courses; fourteen in total in the Alicante and Valencia districts. The nearest golf courses are the 18-hole lane of La Sella Club de Golf in Denia , the 18-hole lane of Oliva Nova Campo de Golf, and the 9-hole lane of Javea Club de Golf.
From March to mid-October the beach towards las Marinas is ideal for wind and kite surfing. In Denia one can go sailing, rowing, canoeing, diving, water skiing, sports fishing, yet skiing, and much more all year long. The harbour and marina also offer all the facilities and equipment for sailing and fishing trips. Cova Tallada, close to Denia , is a protected nature reserve with many rocks, caves, and sheltered inlets. It is a beautiful place to go scuba diving. There is a diving school in Denia which facilitates trips to this area.
Besides bike and hike tours in the nature reserve of Monte Montgó, the area is also very suitable for horseback riding. You can also enjoy yourself with tennis, squash, paddle, and fitness centres with, amongst others, spinning, taekwondo, aerobics, judo, and power plate facilities.
Helpful thoughts for Denia
From Denia you can travel to Alicante or Valencia by train. Get on the train in the centre of Denia and follow the scenic tourist route along the coast and the mountains with beautiful views. Unless you are in a rush to catch a plane, it is great fun to admire the coast or to go shopping in another city. Or get on the Limón Express at Gata de Gorgos. This too will give you a wonderful excursion. A train from the good old days takes you along the Mediterranean Costa Blanca in a trip of a few hours. The train travels up and down daily from Gata de Gorgos and Benidorm, and takes you past Altea, Penon d'Ifach, Teulada and other nice places.
The locations of our holiday rentals of villas, houses, homes, and holiday rental apartments in Denia
You will find the locations of our holiday accommodations:
Located in the centre, you have all facilities such as shops and restaurants at walking distance. The harbour is directly in front of you and you are very near the first beaches of Las Marinas and Las Rotas.
This is the northern part of Denia where most of the sand beaches are located. An excellent tourist area with beach stretching approximately 14 kilometres.
The southern area of Denia housing some sand beaches and multiple rock beaches and bays. The total length of these beaches is 4 kilometres. The holiday houses, holiday villas and holiday apartments in Las Rotas are situated in calm suburbs.
The Montgó area:
The holiday rental houses, holiday rental villas, and holiday rental apartments on the slope of mount Montgó , outside the nature reserve, are mostly located in calm suburbs.
In the inlands:
District villages such as La Jara, Jesús Pobre, and La Pedrera are all picturesque towns.