Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
The villa is located on the beautiful wooded headland of Costa Nova, a few kilometers to the south of the main town of Javea. There are stunning views from various vantage points around the headland together with a number of local walks. Several coves can be found around the headland, mainly with pebble beaches, while the main sandy beach, “Arenal” is in the bay area on the way to Javea port. There is an excellent range of restaurants nearby catering for all tastes.
The property is fully equipped and comprises a large living/dining room, sun lounge, kitchen, terraces, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, swimming pool, barbecue area and surrounding enclosed garden. It is suitable for parties of up to 8 people, and with full central heating it is suitable for year round rental.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Portichol 2 km|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante / Valencia 90 km, Nearest railway: Gata 16 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
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The master bedroom has a king size bed with en suite bathroom; the second bedroom has a double bed and en suite toilet and shower room with French doors leading onto a side terrace; the other 2 bedrooms each have twin single beds and share the family bathroom. All the bedrooms are simply furnished and have ample storage facilities and ceiling fans.
The fully equipped kitchen is modern with granite worktops and contains electric oven and gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, and double sink. There is a washing machine in the outside covered utility area. Ironing facilities are also available.
The dining area has a large refectory style dining table with leather dining chairs.
The lounge area has 2 sofas and a flat-screen TV (satelite) with DVD and CD-player and iPod docking station.
The sun lounge is furnished with cane furniture and also has a dining table and chairs.
|Further details outdoors|
The villa is situated on a landscaped plot of 1000 metres sq, with the main part of the garden facing south. There are outside terraces on 2 sides of the villa which are furnished with dining table and chairs.
The swimming pool is kidney shaped, measuring approx. 33’ x 20’, and has a shallow area excellent for children. There are pool side loungers and a barbecue area.
There is a shaded car parking area.
The villa is cleaned weekly, including a change of bed linen and towels. There is also a regular gardener and pool maintenance service to ensure that everything is kept to a high standard. Should any problem arise, the local agent is available to deal with any eventuality.
The Valenciana region
The region is extremely varied with long stretches of sandy coast to the north while the immediate area around Javea offers a more rugged coastline with a beautiful well protected sandy beach. The Cabo de la Nao just to the south of Javea is the eastern most point of the region and has numerous rocky coves with mainly pebble beaches and crystal clear waters.
There is a coastal mountain range (snowcapped from time to time during the winter months) which gives way to olive and almond groves and cherry orchards on the lower slopes. The coastal plain is mainly cultivated with orange and lemon plantations.
The climate is generally mild, Javea enjoys in excess of 320 sunshine days per year. The summer months benefit from a cooling onshore breeze and the winters are very mild, the coast being protected to a large extent by the mountain range.
The cuisine is another major bonus, with (affordable) good food available everywhere, as well as more expensive restaurants offering haute cuisine. Excellent local produce can be found at the markets for those wishing to self-cater.
The historic town of Javea is slightly set back from the coast and is a typical small Moorish-style town with narrow blind-alley streets and white-washed houses, and has a truly Spanish feel. There is a central covered market and several small tapas bars and boutiques can be found in the surrounding streets. there is also a weekly open-air market in the Plaza de la Constitucion.
The port of Javea is still a working fishing port and provides a mixture of fishing vessels, luxury yachts and sea-front bars, cafes and restaurants. There are two very attractive pebble beaches, one in the port itself and the other at the marina end of the port. The latter is called Tango beach, it is tiny, but in a beautiful setting and stays relatively quiet. It is a great place for snorkelling, and there is a bar and restaturant on the beach so you can make a day of it.
The Arenal beach is a beautiful crescent-shaped beach with a promenade lined with bars, cafes and restaurants. The beach is sandy, safe, and offers a wide range of activities to keep people of all ages amused. In the summer months there are volley-ball nets, climbing frames, water-rafts, pedalloes and play-centres for the under-eights, as well as access into the sea for wheelchair users. The sea is rarely rough, and you have to wade a long way out to be out of your depth, so it is perfect for younger children. Lifeguards are on hand throughout the summer, as are Red Cross first-aid volunteers to cope with the occasional mishap. The beach is kept clean by the local council which does a big beach-sweep early in the morning.
For water sports such as jet-skiing, water-skiing and wind-surfing take a stroll from the Arenal towards the port, past the Parador Hotel to the Montanar, a 1km stretch of sandstone beach which joins the Arenal and Port areas.
In the port area you will find Javea's sailing club "Club Nautico" and the Javea sailing school.
For scuba divers, or would-be scuba divers, there is the Javea Sub-Aqua Club which offers lessons for beginners and escourted trips for qualified divers. The climate and crystal-clear waters make diving an exhiliarating experience - there are under-water arches, walls, and caves to explore; giant clams, sea urchins, octopus and a whole world of Mediterranean marine life.
Golf is available at the Club de Golf Javea (10 minutes drive), and the Club de Golf La Sella (15 minutes drive). Both have a swimming pool, squash and tennis courts as well as bar and restaurant facilities.
There are numerous tennis courts in the area, some just a few hundred meters from the villa. There is also a tennis club near the Arenal beach.
There are a number of good walks that vary in degree of difficulty but are fairly easy to follow. Maps are available from the tourist office, and a selection is usually to hand at the villa.
Bicycles can be rented in the port area, and there is also a very good local cycling club who welcome visitors.
There is live music all-year round but Javea's nightlife really takes off in July and August when there is non-stop nighttime entertainment, mainly based around the Arenal beach to keep the young - and the young at heart - happy until the early hours. Many of the bars and restaurants also offer live music and shows, including Flamenco evenings.
Depending upon what time of year you intend to visit you may well get a chance to enjoy a real Spanish fiensta. One of the mostspectacular fiestas in Javea is the Fogueres de Sant Joan in mid-June. This goes on for several days culminating in the buring of a huge papier mache effigy (a satirical representation of current political and social issues) in the Old Town.
Visit in mid-July and you will catch the elaborate Moors and Christians fiestas with colourful (and noisy!) sreet parades in the port.
In the first week of September there are yet more fiestas in the port in honour of the Virgen del Loreto. The streets will be full of running bulls, firecrackers, bands, parades, and fireworks.
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16 Aug 2014
"Una casa sin cocina"
Estuvimos a gusto gracias a su entorno, su jardín y la piscina.Los muebles son muy antiguos y muy incómodos. La cocina carece de todos los utensilios necesarios para cualquier comida: los cuchillos … More
1 Oct 2013
"An excellent villa!"
We had a really nice time at Villa Penasco. We went in February but still enjoyed sitting out in the sun on the villa's terrace and even managed a quick dip in the pool! The bedrooms and living a… More
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