The villa benefits from being in a secure private complex with its own Large communal pool and garden area , with a shallow end perfect for the children. Leading from the living room is a spacious balcony, furnished with a table and chairs to enable you to dine al fresco. With one double and two twin bedroom, the villa is ideal for families, with plenty in the surrounding area to see and do during your stay, including a new sports centre in walking distance and three championship golf courses. La Zenia Boulevard Europe´s largest shopping Mall is just minutes away.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Playa Flamenca 1 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: San Javier (Murcia) 25 km, Nearest railway: Alicante 45 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
* Welcome pack provided on arrival.if requested
Airport Transfers are available on request at a small cost Alicante 50€ and San Javier (Murcia) 40€
* Swimming pool available all year if temperatures allow
* English-speaking representative on hand to answer any questions.
* Cot & highchair Available to hire at a small cost 25€
The Costa Blanca (White Coast) refers to the over 200 kilometres of coastline on the central to South Eastern area of Spain. Alicante in Spanish (or Alacant Valencian) is a province of Spain, in the southern part of the Valencian Community. It is sandwiched by the provinces of Murcia on the south-west, Albacete on the west, Valencia on the north, and the Mediterranean Sea on the east. The province gets its name from its capital, the city of Alicante
The name “Costa Blanca” was devised as a promotional name used by British European Airways when they launched their air service between London and Valencia in 1957. Since then, it has a well developed tourism industry and is a massively popular destination for British and German tourists. It extends from the towns of Denia in the north, beyond which lies the Costa dels Tarongers, to Torrevieja in the south, beyond which lies the Costa Calida. It includes the major tourist destinations of Benidorm and Alicante.
The main industries in Alicante province are, in the primary sector, intensive agriculture, specially in the fertile Vega Baja del Segura, Camp d'Elx (Elche's countryside) and vineyards in the inner part of the province (Monforte, Novelda, Pinós), also near the coast in the Marina Alta area. Fishing is important all along the coast, with important fishing harbours such as Santa Pola, Calp or Denia.
Industry has been historically important in the textile sector around Alcoy. Footwear still remains as the flagship industrial sector of the province, which occurs in Elche, Elda, Petrer and Villena, both labour intensive footwear and, specially, textile are at a low ebb due to harsh competition from fast pace growing economies in Asia. The traditionally important toys industry around the Tibi and Onil area is another one competing internationally with those same areas.
A sector which has gained prominence during the last 20 years is marble quarrying and processing, it happens mostly in the Novelda and Pinós area.
A bus service within two minutes of the Property allows easy and economical journeys into Torrevieja. There is a taxi rank or car hire facilities if required.
Torrevieja has, in recent years, grown to be one of the most popular and important centres on the Mediterranean sea for residential tourism. Torrevieja's seafront offers a lot of restaurants, markets, tapas bars and street cafes on the very wide promenade which is popular for evening strolls.
Enjoy Torrevieja's magnificent Friday market which sells everything from fruit and vegetables to housing accessories and gifts. There is an indoor market in the town centre open daily for fish, vegetables and meat. Fresh seafood and fish can be bought daily at the port of Torrevieja. A new Habernas shopping centre houses many international retailers including H&M, C&A, Zara and Puma.
Each month Torrevieja celebrates a different Festival, or 'Fiesta' with a riot of colour, tradition, music and dance, including la Habanera, a special rejoicing of Torrevieja's sailing history and early salt trade days with Cuba.
Local to Torrevieja are two large natural saltwater lagoons, known as "las Salinas", the largest in Europe. The concentration of salt in these picturesque lagoons helps to draw the moisture out of the air. This, combined with the very low annual rainfall, creates the unique microclimate with low humidity. With most days being sunny, and with an average temp of 18 degrees centigrade, make this area ideal for sufferers of rheumatism, arthritis and asthma. These lakes are also home to a host of wildlife including large flocks of flamingos.
The area is non-commercialised, but near to all the required holiday facilities such as restaurants, bars, clubs, supermarkets, blue-flag beaches. Some are on the doorstep others within a short walking distance and many more just a few minutes drive away. Entertainment, water sports, aqua parks, golf, tennis and go-carting are all available in the immediate area.
Torrevieja is 10 minutes away by car and is a delightful all year round Spanish town boasting an array of shops. Take a stroll down the beautiful palm-lined promenade with its daily market and at night street artists and entertainers. Visit the International Marina which holds around 1500 boats of all shapes and sizes, and enjoy fresh catches of the day in one of the numerous waterfront restaurants. . Look out for the 'Menu de Dia' where you can get lunch of three or four courses with a bottle of wine for a few euros!! There is a Water Park and other amusements for the children, bowling and cinema in English. For those seeking all night entertainment, there are a number of nightclubs and a casino.
The approach to tourism here is very different to the "standard package holiday resort". Hotels are comparatively rare with the majority of visitors renting villas. This style of holiday allows much greater flexibility, particularly where children are included. The Costa Blanca has one of the most beautiful Spanish coastlines. Known as 'The White Coast' it boasts an average of 340 days of sunshine every year. temperatures of between 18 and 26 degrees during the months of January to June, and 25 to 32 degrees between July and September.