Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Set in a residential area of Calpe this individually designed south facing detached villa is set in its own beautiful gardens, with stunning views over countryside to the Sierra Bernia Mountain range rising to over 1.000 meters. The main town of Calpe is 3km from the villa, where you will find sandy beaches and an excellent selection of bars, restaurants and pavement cafes. Built in a traditional style with whitewash walls, arched wooden windows & exposed beams, the living areas has everything you will need for your stay with neutral furnishing & have been designed with comfort in mind. The villa has a heating system for the winter & Air con for the summer. Casa Azza is set within more than 1500 meters of grounds & has a fully walled terrace surround our privately owned kidney shaped pool with a sun terrace complete with poolside shower, patio furniture, sun lounges & parasol where you can enjoy day long sun & fabulous views. There is also a separate BBQ area by the pool.Our English speaking management company are on hand to deal & assist with your holiday.
The villa is a fabulous escape for the families summer holiday. This holiday is suitable for a relaxing poolside/beach holiday but also perfect for sightseeing or activity breaks. Benidom with all its famous nightlife & theme parks is just 30 minutes away
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Levante 3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante 3 km, Nearest railway: Railway Calpe 4 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Accommodates 6 persons, the villa consists of a lounge/dining-room which is bright &, open plan kitchen with large fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine, ironing board plus over useful facilities, Sky T.V full sky package including BBC One, ITV etc, DVD player and HI-FI.
There are three bedrooms (1 double-bedroom, 2 twin-bedroom).
Bathroom en suite plus an fully tiled shower room with wash basin & toilet. All bedrooms have a large fitted wardrobe, set of draws & 2 bedside tables.
The lounge leads onto the large open planned naya which over looks the private pool area & the stunning mountain views.
|Further details outdoors|
The kidney shaped pool has a sun terrace which is fully walled. New and modern pool furniture plus fully equipped BBQ area. Sun loungers are provided plus a six seater tables & chairs with a sun parasol for dining around the pool.
The Valenciana region
Calpe is the artist's town but it is also a port and a country town at the same time. An oasis in the most popular tourist region of the Costa Blanca. Calpe is the town of connoisseurs, the town chosen by the whole of Europe as its summer retreat. A privileged enclave beside the calm blue waters of the Mediterranean, where outstanding natural beauty, gastronomy, culture, the sea and the mountains are part of the everyday life of its inhabitants all year round. The Old Town is beginning to attract more and more visitors because it is becoming a very interesting part of the town. There are Museums, picturesque little streets and squares and many bars and restaurants, most of them with a lively terrace, an ideal place to spend a pleasant summer evening. Calpe will surprise you with its daring contrasts, where modern buildings and wide avenues harmonize with an ancient fishing village, where locals are proud of their past, yet welcome tourists and visitors with warm hearted hospitality.
Calpe itself takes up only a small space on the canvas: a huddled old town on the hill, surrounded by newer residential apartments and houses, and, stretching down towards the sea, a busy town centre full of shops, offices and restaurants. Most of the holiday apartments line the Arenal and Levante beaches, which spread out on either side of the massive and famous Peñon de Ifach, or Calpe Rock, which dwarfs them. Holiday villas and local detached homes tend to be on the hills or along the cliffs towards the edge of town. Surprisingly, right on the sea front are some stylish villas from the 40s and 50s, which are said to have been brought on by the "black peseta" (many people needed to get rid of Spanish cash stashed 'under the bed' before the euro made it obsolete). How much longer these villas will be there is hard to tell - Spain has few building preservation measures and the owners are sitting on sites worth millions.
There are many surrounding towns within an hours drive, all well worth seeing-Moraira, Altea, Javea & Benissa. The wonderful regional capital city of Valencia, home to the 2007 Americas Cup, is just 90 minutes drive away.
Benidom with all its famous nightlife & theme parks is just 30 minutes away.
What you will discover when you visit Calpe is that it is a vibrant community that has used its tourism-created wealth well. One of the attractions of the town itself is that it isn't just a holiday resort, dominated by bars, ice cream parlours and restaurants. It has a huge number of thriving businesses, ranging from department stores and furniture emporiums to the sort of hardware and ironmongery shops that in Britain seem to have been swept aside by the B&Q tide. It's a market town for the surrounding area (literally, as there is a huge Saturday market with superb fresh produce, as well as clothes, leather goods and bric-a-brac) and doesn't die in the winter, unlike so many seaside resorts. That makes it a particularly popular destination for long-stay winter visitors. Most visitors, whatever season they come, seem to like it a lot, and thanks to the train (and reasonably priced taxis) it's easy to get to if you don't have a car - you can even get to the Terra Mítica theme park by train. Many visitors never move from its wonderful beaches, but those who do find there are plenty of walks and places of interest to keep them occupied.
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2 Oct 2013
me and the wife stayed here for a week, this place is just outstanding from every aspect, the privacy it offers is excellent ( i spent the week roaming around the villa and its grounds in my boxers), … More
16 Apr 2013
"Lovely villa in tranquil location with amazing views"
An exceptionally comfortable and tastefully furnished villa - big comfortable bed (plus two twin rooms) and lovely living room with two comfortable leather settees and modern dining furniture enhanced… More
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