Casa Alegria - Apartment & Location
The apartment takes up the entire first floor of Casa Alegria, an owner-occupied house situated in a private cul-de-sac between Niu Blau and Cala Pada beaches just north of Santa Eularia.
The location is one of the finest points of the apartment. Through the main gate and turn left and you will see Niu Blau beach through the trees at the end of the road. Turn right, and right again and a short walk brings you to Cala Pada beach with its ferry service to Santa Eularia and onward to Eivissa (Ibiza Town) and Formentera.
The apartment is air-conditioned and sleeps 4 people, 2 in a self-contained area with lounge,bathroom and kitchen, and 2 and across the large roof terrace in a separate double bedroom. Both bedrooms have en-suite facilities.
The distance between the roof terrace bedroom and self contained apartment is around 20 feet.
The apartment has been recently reformed with sliding glass doors installed to the apartment lounge, a new chill out area under the covered roof terrace, sliding glass doors installed to the terrace bedroom, and double glazing throughout. In addition both bathrooms have been updated with walk-in showers, and new interior floor tiles throughout.
All renters of the apartment have access to the swimming pool and gardens during the daytime up to 21.00hrs.
Please note the owners occupy the ground floor which has open access to the pool area, however you will be given as much privacy as you need during your time by the pool.
Casa Alegria- Local
The restaurant capital of Ibiza- Santa Eularia is 5 mins drive, and the cosmopolitan Eivissa (Ibiza Town) with its renowned bars and clubs is a further 15 min drive.
Our favourite eaterie - Vis a Vis is in nearby S'Argamassa, just behind Nikki Beach and is open April-October- its a must!!!
We do recommend hiring a car to maximise your stay.
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A tranquil villa in Iznate, Nerja. Offering stunning sea views, a private pool and shaded areas you can enjoy a holiday in a peaceful location, where the Spanish live and tend their grapes, olives and almonds.