This impressive villa surrounded by landscaped terraces and lawn has the added bonus of having all day sunshine. The private pool is surrounded by large terrace whilst a shaded area enjoys wonderful views across the swimming pool to Denia´s port and castle. Situated in an elevated position in the foothills of the Montgo Mountains and only 1.5 km from Denia´s lovely sandy beaches and newly developed Marina. Here you can find stylish bars and restaurants offering al fresco dining overlooking the yachts in the harbour.
The electronic gates open onto a wide drive leading to a garage so you are able to park your car out of the sun. An impressive stairway leads onto the pool terrace and large shaded terrace with barbecue and comfortable whicker seating and large table and chairs to enjoy those hot summer evenings looking over to the Marina and Denia. Doors lead onto the well equipped kitchen with dishwasher. The villa has air conditioning and heating throughout (paid locally). The large lounge and dining area is furnished with good quality furnishings and to a high standard. On this floor are three double bedrooms one with en suite and a further shower room.
On the lower floor again there is air conditioning and heating throughout (paid locally). There are 2 twin bedded rooms, a family room with 4 single beds and a bathroom. A well equipped second kitchen/diner and large lounge all furnished to the same high standard with the benefit of doors opening onto the garden and pool area. Ideal for a large family or couples.
Denia is located on the east coast of Spain, along the stretch known as the Costa Blanca. Denia is very much a family resort. A quiet little town that was once the centre of the regions raisin growing industry. Although tourism has taken over, raisins are still grown here and remain to be a local delicacy. The town was once guarded by the hill top castle it is open to the public there is also the archaeology, toy museum and art center.
On every street and square as you stroll around this interesting townyou will find that traditional Spanish charm. The Marques de campo is the town´s main paseo here you will find both traditional and trendy bars, restaurants and shops.
There are 20 kms of beaches to enjoy all you have to decide is if you want to laze away the days in a tranquil cove or join in the many activities the choice is yours. Sports lovers will find everything they need sailing, canoeing, jet ski, diving, swimming or fishing there is something for everyone. You could even take a ferry to Ibiza either for a day’s cruise or a night dancing. Or for a longer trip catch a ferry to the Balearic Islands
Denia has an impressive working fishing fleet and fresh fish can be seen being unloaded and sorted daily. Along the port there is a regular fresh fish and meat market. A Spanish general market is held on a Monday. The new marina with trendy bars and shops is great for people watching while enjoying a glass of wine or a coffee
But it isn’t just sea and beaches you can walk and bike around the Montgo natural park ideal for bird watching and is rich in flowers and fauna.
Fiestas provide entertainment for all ages from the Moors and Christian mock battles to bull running to evening craft markets along the port.
Quite literally there is something for everyone
Time to explore!!
Our area is known as the orange blossom coast with the vast fertile citrus groves of oranges and lemons.
If you drive 5 minutes inland you will find the Orba valley and 15 minutes to the Jalon Valley where you can explore the winding streets with the typically Spanish white washed houses. You could sample the locally produced wines including the famous Moscatel at the local bodegas. This is without doubt the real Spain!!
A 15 minute drive away is El Vergal safari park a good day out In the same area visit the Spanish towns of Pego, Oliva and Gandia. The area is steeped in History relax and be a part of the Spanish way of life if only for a short while. There will always be a street market on somewhere in this area so if you have an eye for a bargain checkout the list of markets that are in the information pack at your holiday accommodation.
The Costa Blanca is a very popular region with visitors. Miles of award winning soft white sandy beaches shelving gently into the Mediterranean this makes a good choice for children. Benidorm is an excellent choice for wonderful sandy beaches and vibrant night life. There is an Aquapark nearby Terra Mitica and for a night out visit Benidorm Palace. A drive over the Montgo national park will bring you to Javea, Moraira and Calpe
Anyone for golf? Oliva Nova Golf, La Sella and Javea golf courses are only 15 minutes drive away.
You can catch a train in Gandia and visit Valencia. The new oceanographic experience, museums and interesting architecture will interest any ages. The shopping and of course the tapas bars where you can sample the famous paelles
For a traditional Spanish night out with a traditional flamenco show a visit to Viva Espana is a must situated on the N332 20 minutes drive away.
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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.