Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Suitable for children over 5
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

For discerning travelers only!

This classically beautiful front-line villa in Moraira, well-nigh grandiose, yet almost Greek in its solemnity, of impressive proportions and noble in appearance, is surrounded by magnificent exterior areas, such as a marvelous pool with Roman steps, sun-terraces, framed by pillars, royal palm trees of king-sized dimensions and an illustrious sea view. The imposing architecture is like a timeless painting, the exceptional build-quality inestimable, the superior decor a true feast for the eyes. Indeed, the property is a very fine example of a luxury new Spanish property.

The bright rooms are full of extraordinary objects of value, such as a full-sized depiction of Leonardo's “The Last Supper” in delicate shades, the mysterious relics of a shipwreck and a grand chandelier. A palatial reception room with hand-cut terracotta tiles and a wrought-iron, suspended fireplace, as well as a princely gallery and extensive window facades, not to mention a country house kitchen, both modern and comfortable in equal measure, bear witness to the superb tradition of the past, together with the comfortable practicalities of the present, in masterful unison and separately accentuated.

The location is secluded and sheltered, yet extremely close to the hustle and bustle of the idyllic coastal towns where you will be hard pressed to find a more luxurious front-line Moraira property. The beach is only steps away as are the dozens of restaurants nearby. You may never need to take the car out of the garage. (This is not the case with most rental properties in Moraira! Beware as many are found up in the hills and you'll need your car every time you want to go into town or to the beach.)

These are the beaches found near and around Villa Stellar:

L'Andragó: is a small and quiet beach found right across the street from the villa. There is always plenty of parking and pleasant restaurants right on the sea.

Playa del Portet: It is a small shell shaped inlet, with clear waters and a sandy beach, and is a superb setting for a peaceful swim. There are a number of small bars and restaurants along the front, showers, and parking area.

Club Nautica: The marina in Moraira is an exclusive yacht haven with many facilities, including a restaurant

L'Ampolla Beach is near the castle. A golden sandy beach, it is the largest and most popular beach in the area. It is lifeguard guarded in summer.

Platgetes beaches: have easy access; they are half golden sand and half rocky. Parking area, restaurants, showers; it also has a nice promenade that links them.

Cap Blanc: has a very pleasant bathing beach at the bottom of the cliffs. You park at the top, and walk down the path to the platform with steps into the sea. There are two beach bars/restaurants found here.

La Cala: a small rocky beach of clear waters and is difficult to access - get here either either by boat or by walking along the cliff. Worth a visit!

Torre Cap d'Dor: can be reached on foot from El Portet

Please feel free to inquire about off-season rates and long-term rentals. Special discounts are available for longer stays.

Regular cleaning is available at an additional cost. Final cleaning will be billed at 150 Euros. Pets 70 Euros extra per week. Pool heating additional 200 Euros per week.

Please see our website for more information:

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach 2 minute walk to Algas Beach 100 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Alicante or Valencia 80 km
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Private outdoor pool (heated), Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
Pool Private outdoor pool (heated), Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Fax machine, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace
Furniture Double beds (4), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Private outdoor pool (heated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking

The Valenciana region

Moraira's comfortable climate which is mild during the winters and not too hot during summers is considered by WHO (world Health Organization) to be one of the healthiest in the world. Not only does this place enjoy year round sunshine, but is also blessed with dramatic landscapes comprising of green vineyards, mountain ranges, almond groves and orange orchards. The picturesque bays and sandy beaches are so beautifully maintained that the area have been provided Blue Flag Status by the European community. The beaches present a divine experience with the crystal clear waters, making Moraira the pearl of the Mediterranean Sea.

Moraira is a gem of a town just a short distance south of Javea on the coast of the central Costa Blanca and a 30 minute drive from Benidorm to the south. Formerly a quaint fishing village with stunning views across to El Peñon de Ifach, the rock of Calpe, it now survives from tourism whilst retaining much of the charm which has long attracted visitors and foreign residents.

Rather than the tacky fish and chip type eateries of many resorts, Moraira is blessed with a wide selection of stylish cafés within its pleasant streets notably 'Deli' on Calle Calatayud which serves up an interesting selection of home cooked dishes including inventive salads, curries from many nations and quiche dishes. For more authentic Spanish fare try the shaded Las Gaviotas in the main square which lies in the shadow of the town's church. The main fish restaurants are located on the front overlooking the small port and fish market (La Lonja) where fish auctions take place every morning at 10 am except Sundays. Well worth seeing. Moraira is also seen as a culinary destination. Every year in December 11 restaurants organize together with the municipality a Gourmet week with international chefs, show cookings etc. Three restaurants are listed in Gourmetour (The Spanish Michelin Guide) being: Ca Pepe, Le Dauphin and La Sort.

For shopaholics Moraira's weekly market takes place on Fridays and there's another one every Wednesday in nearby Teulada. Teulada is actually the old town of Moraira and is well worth a visit to see Santa Catalina Church and the Divina Pastora Chapel amongst others. You can also sample some of the regions wines at the San Vicente Ferrer wine cellar. The Moscatel Festival in early September is another good time for a tipple!

Here's a great video about Moraira:


Beach, supermarkets, dozens of cafes, bars and restaurants all within a 10-minute walking distance. Just across the street you'l find the best Japanese Restaurant called Aoi. The food is always fresh and the flavors never disappoint. There is a great little British bar, called Cascada just around the corner where the local British community like to meet for a beer and a quick hamburger. Also steps away you'll find Chinese, Indian, Moroccan, Swiss, and many other ethnic restaurants.

There's a Mas Y Mas supermarket about a 5 minute walk away and a Peppe La Sal, a more gourmet supermarket just a short 5 minute drive from the villa. There are also various bakeries and butchers, German, British and Scottish.

Moraira is well known for its many fiestas. Here's what's in store for this year.


01 January - 31 December 2013 Venue: Fiesta activities take place in several different venues in Moraira and Teulada including: Calle Iglesia, Playa l'Ampolla, Town Hall Square, Old Town of Teulada.Teulada-Moraira Fiestas 2013 - Fiestas in Teulada-Moraira 2013 - Teulada-Moraira Fiesta Calendar 2013 - Fiesta Events in Teulada-Moraira, Costa Blanca, Spain Teulada-Moraira, Costa Blanca offers a fantastic Calendar of Fiesta Events in 2013, which includes the Three Kings Fiestas on 5th January, Carnival Parades in February, Bull running in April, and the popular Moors & Christians Fiesta and Moraira Music Festival in June. The main 2013 calendar of Fiesta Events in Teulada-Moraira is as follows:

JANUARY 5th - The Three Kings (Teulada & Moraira) Moraira - Procession at 17:00 through the streets (Playa de l'Ampolla & Calle Iglesia) Teulada - Procession at 18:30 Avda Las Palmas to the Town Hall Square - followed by the distribution of presents to the children. 18-20 - Sant Antoni Bonfires & Blessing of Pets - in the Old Town of Teulada

FEBRUARY 3 - Fiesta of San Blas Teulada fiesta - Procession and distribution of Dama, a traditional cake in the shape of a man or a woman. 9 - Carnival Dancing in the streets and fancy dress costumes, "enfarinada" (flour-game) and "enterro de la sardina" (the "funeral of the sardine"). In Teulada and Moraira.

MARCH 24-1 April - Easter Holy Week 24 - Palm Sunday 28 - Silent Procession in Teulada on Maundy Thursday in Moraira at 23:00 29 - Procession of Holy Burial on Good Friday in Teulada at 19:30. 31 - Procession on Easter Sunday in Teulada at 08:30.

APRIL 3-14 - Fiesta of Saint Vicente Ferrer (Teulada) The Teulada Fiesta is in honour of St. Vicente Ferrer, the patron saint of Teulada, who was born and lived in the town. Festivities include processions with floats (7/8 April), dancing in the streets, live music, sporting events, firework displays (8/9 April), giant paella and bull-running.

BULL-RUNNING - The famous bull running event is held in Teulada in April Large, generally aggressive bulls are let loose in designated streets to chase after those who think they are fast enough to jump out of their way, run behind the many wooden barricades or into the steel cages set up for their protection, to avoid being gored. Bull running is not for the faint hearted, and definitely best left to those with more experience as it is not as easy as it looks. The bulls can be fast and people - often foreigners - do get hurt every year.

MAY Bank Holiday Weekend - Vive Teulada Moraira festival Trade & Gastronomical fair.

JUNE 2 Corpus Cristi Holy Communions in Moraira. Evening procession with traditional rites & dances in Teulada. Moraira Music Festival (date to be confirmed) 8-16 - Moors & Christians Fiesta Spectacular night-time landing on the beach of l'Ampolla, Flower offering, Firing of Guns and a magnificent & final Sunday Gala Procession at 19:00.

JUNE 23 - Bonfires in honour of San Juan To coincide with the summer solstice, and the eve of the feast of Saint John the Baptist, numerous celebrations are held on the beach & in the Town Hall Square in Teulada. Festivities include children's entertainment, preparation of the bonfire, dinner on the l'Ampolla beach, lighting of the bonfire, the traditional leaping over the embers and dancing to live music. On this same magical night folklore dictates that it is the most propitious time to cleanse the body and spirit by bathing in the sea at midnight, and to reveal the zealously guarded secrets of traditional remedies.

JULY 5-10 - Fiestas of Font Santa Festivities at Ermita de la Font Santa, including Bull running organised by the "quintos" of the year. Nighttime.

JULY 13-21 - Fiestas of "Nuestra Señora de los Desamparados" y "Virgen del Carmen" Festivities & processions, including maritime procession & Firework Display on 16 July, followed by "Els Bous a la Mar" (Bull running into the sea)

JULY 23 - 29 - Fiestas of Benimarco Festivities including live bands, bull running & fireworks.

JULY 26 - 2 August - Fiestas of "Els Sants de la Pedra" In Calle Calvo Sotelo in Teulada - supper in the street, Mass Campaña, nighttime fiesta, Bull Running.

AUGUST 9-11 - Medieval Fiesta & Market Handicrafts, traditional products, juggling & theatre, recreating a medieval atmosphere in the ancient centre of Teulada.

24 - Fiesta of Moscatel A special celebration for the farmers, at the end of their harvest & collection of the Moscatel grapes, which are sent to markets nationwide. Tasting of the moscatel grapes and wine in Avenida las Palmas in Teulada.

SEPTEMBER September 13-15 - Fiesta "Divina Pastora" Traditional music & dancing in Teulada.

NOVEMBER 3rd weekend - Festival of Santa Cecilia In Teulada, the Agrupacaión Musical Cultural celebrate their patron saint with an extensive programme of concerts and parades through the streets, where music lovers can participate.

NOVEMBER 22-24 - Fiesta of Santa Catalina Cultural activities in Teulada, ending with Sunday Procession.

DECEMBER 6-8 - 10th Local Trade Fair In Market Square in Moraira.

DECEMBER 15 - Christmas Market Market of typical Christmas products & bric-a-brac in Teulada Town Hall Square