Lliber is on the Costa Blanca in Spain and with just 498 inhabitants the smallest village in the region and also of the most beautiful villages in the area. The economy is based on agriculture, mainly oranges,grapes and almonds. The muscatel wine is also a specialty. IF YOU LIKE TO STAY SEVERAL MONTHS, THEN THE PRICE WILL BE 450 EUROS/MONTH. …see more
Castlenel dates from the 15th century and is a carefully restored and well maintained family home on three floors.
It retains many original features. Rooms are large and airy. The town is lively but the street is quiet, a part of old Spain, yes but also part of the new. …see more
Finca Aldilrita is a unique renovated Farmhouse with its´own individual character set in the country with Spectacular Mountain Views,in peaceful surroundings of Open Farmland and Orange Groves, yet only a 10 minute drive to the beaches of Guardamar and La Marina. It is situated on the outskirts of the Village of Dolores, which boasts cafe/bars and a Very Pretty Church. …see more
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Stunning townhouse in the beautiful medieval town of bocairent, 1 hr from valencia. Magnificent 5* luxury. Sleeps 8-12, all bedrooms en suite. Set over 6 floors, plenty of space for relaxation. Lovingly restored keeping all of its original features. …see more
Xativa, The secret Spain is here to be enjoyed, get away from the expensive , busy tourist resorts ,see Spain as the Spanish locals do ! Every month there is a fiesta somewhere local, every town and village find a reason to celebrate …see more
Sleeps 6/8. 3 bedroom house with 3 balconies, communal pool, tennis/football. In a totally enclosed complex. Underground parking. Beach nearby. Golf facilities within driving distance. Bars and restaurants within walking distance. 10km from Alicante. …see more
Valencia is the home of paella, and this area has white sandy beaches, with the mountains rolling away to the sea. The city of Valencia blends Roman and Gothic architecture with ultra-modern constructions, and is an increasingly popular destination. The city is set upon the Costa del Azahar, quieter than the Costa Blanca to the south, with vast stretches of orange groves and sandy beaches. Inland at the north of this area are dry rugged hills scattered with secluded medieval villages.
Costa Blanca has been a favourite resort for years, its climate was recently declared to be the healthiest in the world, and the area has plenty of attractions from the nightclubs of Benidorm to the watersports of Torrevieja. There are plenty of activities for children in this area too, such as the Terra Mítica theme park just outside Benidorm. The city of Malaga has a wonderful Spanish old centre and beaches to rival that of its more well-known counterpart.