Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Luxury, space, sea and mountain views. This wonderful apartment has it all. Only 300m from the beach , in the quieter residential part of Denia with a small supermarket and excellent restaurants nearby. Its about a 20 min walk (or 5 min bike ride) to Denia old town centre and 750m from new executive marina. Air-conditioning/heating in living area and both bedrooms, your own private parking space, remote controllable gates (complex can only be entered by owners and tenants) Immaculate communal garden with beautiful, maturing palms and ancient olive trees, and private swimming pool, with shallow toddlers area. Fully equipped kitchen with: fridge/freezer,dishwasher, electric hob, oven, electric kettle, washing machine, line-dryer, Samsung LCD television , Philips dvd, and mini HiFi, bedding and linen, towels and tea-towels (Please bring your own beach towels). Terraces with lovely sea and mountain views, so in the evenings you can sip the local wine and watch the sun go down and the moon rise over the marina!
What more do you need to enjoy this wonderful area of Spain?
The apartment was completed in the middle of 2007 and is still as new as we have just redecorated!!
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Playa de la Marienta Cassiana 300 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||300 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicant or Valencia equal distance 80 km, Nearest railway: Denia 750 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Bicycles available|
|Further details indoors||
The Apartment is furnished in mixture of english and modern spanish styles.
This location will provide a relaxing quiet ambiance whilst still so very close to all of the attractions of the old town , new marina and port.
We keep a folding bike for your use, to pop to local shops or collect the car the morning after!!
For those without a car a regular bus service runs along the coast road just some 300m down the road and runs every hour.
There is a satellitte system with UK channels ( BBC, ITV etc- bring your Sky card from UK and you will get all of your channels) and Wifi is freely available closeby at the Marina or Port Denia Hotel, where you can enjoy a coffee and catch up on all your emails etc for free
|Further details outdoors||
This small complex of around 20 apartments with only two in total rented out for the season.
During the main season the beach bars are open until about 2am and the one at the end of our road will serve you drinks til late on the loungers as the Mediterranean Sea laps around your ankles, and then a short stroll back to the apartment at the end of the day!! Last time we saw a Stingray swim along the edge of the sea!
This is a first floor apartment which provides enhanced views of the sea and mountains so close by. It is accessed by a single flight of stairs.
The Costa Blanca/Valencia region
Denia is a large picturesque medieval Spanish town nestled between the coastal hills and orange grooves of the Costa Blanca at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, enjoying 320 days of sunshine a year with comfortable temperatures all year. Denia is situated on the northern section of the Costa Blanca mid-way between Alicante and Valencia that are both one-hour away by motorway, the perfect setting for a great holiday. It is blessed with a mild year round climate, voted by the World Health Organisation as having the healthiest climate in Europe, making it ideal whenever you visit. The average year round temperature is 18 C, so it is no wonder the locals have put up a monument to the weather.
The town is crowned by the medieval castle that enjoys excellent views over the coastline. The main street is paved with marble and lined with shady plane trees and numerous pavement restaurants. The typically Spanish taverns, coffee bars and restaurants are intertwined with ice cream parlours, banks and world class speciality designer clothing....all just a moment’s walk from golden beaches, the sea and the daily fish auction which is open to the public. A beautiful Marina, one of the largest in the Mediterranean, is home to many wonderful private and charter boats that cruise the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. There is an indoor market every day, a larger market twice a week and an even larger weekly market every Monday morning.
A holiday in Denia is to stroll along the long sandy beaches; walk along the rocky coastal cliffs or a mountain path on the Montgo National Park; walk or cycle along the extensive coastal promenade or rub shoulders with the local fishermen; wander the narrow streets of the old town; or stretch out on part of the 20km of the many and varied blue flag beaches near the town. To the north of the town there are fine long sandy beaches and shallow waters, whilst further south lie a series of small coves along the sandy and rocky coast, known as Les Rotes, a paradise for snorkelling, fishing & scuba diving.
As well as being rich in natural beauty, Denia also has deep historical roots, ranging from ancient cavemen, Iberians, Romans, Greeks, Moors and Christians. The town is renowned for having the most fiestas in Spain, to celebrate this colourful past. Almost every month the town celebrates with extravagant carnivals, concerts, processions, markets and fireworks. However it is always possible to escape the crowds and find serenity in any of the quiet back streets or coves along the coastline and immerse yourself in the Spanish culture that still exists and is the backbone of Denia’s way of life today.
Golf - The excellent 18-hole La Sella course is less than 10 minutes drive away while numerous further excellent courses are available within 30 minutes at Javea, Ifach, Don Cayo and of course Oliva Nova Golf,designed 1995 by Severiano Ballesteros, the golf resort south of Oliva is one of the best courses at the Costa Blanca. Open all year, the 18 hole golf course charges approx. EUR 75 for the green fee.
Fishing - The area is renowned for its extensive marine life with excellent fishing from the Marina key, the many rocky headlands or from small boats.
Sailing - Various forms of dinghy and cruising sailing is available from numerous agents within the Marina de Denia.
Scuba Diving - Many dive schools operate from the Marina diving miles of excellent coastline with numerous wreaks, reefs and Marine Reserves.
Skiing - Excellent skiing, snowboarding and mountain walking is within 2 hours drive at mountain resorts such as Javalambre, Valdelinares & others.
Outings - Fast ferries travel frequently from Denia to Ibiza, Majorca & Formentera in 2 hours. Other ferries & buses operate along the coast to Javea, Moraira, Calpe, Benidorm, Alicante & the beautiful old city of Valencia with its wealth of old buildings and attractions.
Children’s activities (for all ages)
Terra Mitica Theme Park is the only one of its kind in the world. A fascinating journey through the Mediterranean’s five most legendary civilisations: Egypt, Greece, Rome, Iberia, and the Islands. In Terra Mitica you will be able to fight along side Ulysses, sail the Nile and beat the Minotaur. Cool yourself down on one of the fantastic water rides; experience the amazing Roller Coaster and other hair raising & hilarious rides. Browse through the shops, enjoy the fabulous architecture in each section and sample the food from the countries in one of the many snack bars and restaurants. Terra Mitica has something for everyone. For the most daring to the most curious. For young and old. A truly memorable experience.
Mundomar is a unique adventure; its main characters are exotic marine animals in their natural habitat. Gentle seals perform and keep you amused with their friendly dexterity. The stars of the park are the dolphins. These loveable and intelligent beings will amaze all ages with their acrobatic antics. The chatty parrots with their charm and exotic plumes will also entertain you. Stroll through the outstanding landscape and enjoy the cascading waterfalls and lakes.
General - An enormous number of other sports and activities are locally available that will satisfy every conceivable taste but are too numerous to mention. Further information is available from the numerous other websites of the locality. Whether you lounge by the pool, stroll the local streets, participate in the many local sports or visit the other many towns and villages nearby, we know your holiday in Denia will be restful, enjoyable and certainly a time to remember.
Five Spectacular Local Attractions to Visit
Jalón Valley (Starts 22 kms inland) - Famous for its picturesque groves of Citrus and Almond trees and littered with ancient Spanish villages where you can find the really 'old-style' Spanish restaurants, which still serve genuine fare cooked over wood fires at incredibly low prices.
Valencia (90 Kms north) - Spain's third City. A visit to the Old City is a must for those that love rich old cities like Paris, Prague & Rome with such treasures as The Virgin Square, Queens Square, the Turia Fountain, Marquis de Dos Aquas Palace, magnificent Natural History & Fine Arts Museums, one of Spain's largest and oldest Cathedrals, a truly superb bullring, the ancient bastion from which "El Cid" rode forth to turn back the Moslem hordes and so much more to reflex the richness & culture of Spain’s history.
For the shoppers, the city centre is very large, with a great many stores and speciality shops. A very large shopping mall has just been opened with three major department stores and some 217 shops all in the one air-conditioned building. On the outskirts is the Marina that is now buzzing with the heats over the next 2 years for the America’s Cup Challenge.
Guadalest (32 Kms inland) - An ancient fortified town perched high on a cliff top, with little shops along the steep, stepped, winding streets selling souvenirs, leather goods, local weave material, glassware and the like. There is a steep winding path, up the rocky pinnacle that dominates the town, to a little open chapel at the top. If you take the route through CALLOSA D'EN SARRIA, you will pass through some splendid mountain country.
Guadalest also has a splendid lake that you can drive around by taking the turning just before the town (-marked "Embalse de Guadalest"), crossing the dam and arriving at the town from the back end via a couple of other villages.
Alicante (80 Kms south) - The provincial capital and a city of about 350,000, with excellent beaches, seafront and promenade, Paseo Maritimo paved with beautiful local marble and lined with Palm-trees right at the edge of the city. The splendid Santa Barbara castle is set on a hill dominating the city with access from a cliff railway. There are many fine public buildings set in majestic squares with fountains or along wide avenues lined with palm-trees and subtropical plants. A magnificent old cathedral and fine traditional bullring are further attractions of this great city. Alicante is brilliant for shopping - with department stores open all day long (no siesta) - and a superb selection of fashion boutiques and speciality shops (jewellery, fine leather-work, crystal, ceramics etc.).
Benidorm (50 kms south) - Spain's largest and oldest holiday resort but now enjoying a totally new lease of life after a massive investment programme and tidy up. Most visitors who choose the area for their holiday would not even consider Benidorm for a visit however it has changed a lot and can be worth a visit for it’s two very long smooth sandy beaches and perfect palm and bar lined esplanade. Once the sun goes down, the place really comes to life and, for sheer endless variety; there are few cities in Europe that can compete..
Numerous alternatives and more detailed information can be gained from the excellent Tourist Office in Denia and the brochures in the apartment.