Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 2km

Large 3 bedroom detached villa with quality furniture, sun room, solarium, conservatory, garden and drive, TV with UK TV and other channels and radio.

Can sleep 8 but preferably 6.

Hot/cold air conditioning in 3 bedrooms and lounge.

Spectacular, unobstructed views across an orange grove to the sea and town.

Use of communal pool to rear of property (approximately 250 metres away in private area).

A perfect base for a relaxing holiday for sunbathers, golfers, couples and families alike.

Suitable for winter sun with a solarium on first floor accessible via internal stairs and the front garden.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Playa de Los Naufragos 2 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 300 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Murcia 25 km, Nearest railway: Alicante 55 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 Air conditioning, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Entry conservatory with extending dining table and 6 dining chairs, bookcase, 2 folding garden chairs and entrance to house.

Lounge with one 3 seater and one 2 seater leather settees, TV with UK TV and other channels and radio, DVD player, coffee table, glass cabinet, fireplace and air conditioning unit.

Master bedroom (ground floor) with double bed, wardrobe, bedside cabinets, drawer unit and air conditioning unit.

Bedroom 2 (ground floor) with 2 single beds, bedside cabinet, built in wardrobe, air conditioning unit.

Kitchen equipped with a double width fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, electric hob, oven/grille, dishwasher, vacuum cleaner, iron, ironing board, etc.

Downstairs bathroom with bath/shower, toilet and bidet, wash hand basin, mirror, cabinet. Bedroom 3 (first floor) with double bed, wardrobe, bedside cabinets, drawer unit and air conditioning unit.

Bedroom 3 (first floor) with double bed, wardrobe, bedside cabinets, drawer unit and air conditioning unit.

Upstairs shower room, toilet, wash hand basin, mirror.

Sun room with sofa, patio doors to solarium, 2 cabinet style fold-out single beds that can be moved to the bedroom upstairs if required.

3 portable fans, 2 of which act as heaters.

Important when sleeping more than 6 people: Please note that the glazed sun room does get very hot during the summer months and cold in winter. Bear this in mind when considering using the cabinet style fold-out single beds for seventh and eighth persons unless moving one or both beds into the first floor bedroom. Due to the size and weight of the cabinet style fold-out single beds , it is not allowed to take the beds down the stairs to the lounge or ground floor bedrooms. Also the dining room seating, lounge room seating, water heater capacity, etc, caters mainly for a maximum of 6 persons.

Further details outdoors

Large walled front garden on 2 sides of the house with drive, mature plants, sitting area, part paved, part loose stones.

Large solarium with 4 sun beds, table, 6 patio chairs, wind-out sun awning, hose, wall airer.

Use of communal pool to rear of property (approximately 250 metres away in private area).

Front door security gate and grilles on windows.

The Costa Blanca/Valencia region

Situated on the south east coast of mainland Spain, the Costa Blanca is renowned for it's sandy white beaches and warm Mediterranean climate. Steeped in history and boasting beautiful mountain views, sweet fragrance orange groves and glistening waters, this picturesque Valencian province has something for everyone.

You certainly won't be short of things to explore on the Costa Blanca, whether you wish to delve into it's history and culture or reveal the untold mysteries of the deep blue Mediterranean.

Alicante is a coastal university city with an impressive harbour and a tree lined promenade. One of it's main attractions is it's ancient mountaintop castle (Castillo de Santa Barbara), although keen shoppers will revel in it's quaint boutiques and grand department stores.

The ancient town of Alicante extends itself along the curve of its busy port. The Romans called it Lucentum - The City of Light - quite appropriately for the acknowledged tourist capital of the White Coast, which has supplied generations of visitors with their first enticing impression of Spain.

Alicante, like most of the towns on the Costa Blanca, hosts an array of restaurants and bars with prices that won't break the budget, so you certainly won't go hungry here!

Torrevieja Area

Torrevieja has, in recent years, grown to be one of the most popular and important centres on the Mediterranean sea for residential tourism. No "package" tours come to this area. Torrevieja's seafront offers a lot of restaurants, tapas bars and street cafes on the very wide promenade which popular for the “Spanish evening stroll”. If you simply wish to relax and soak up the rays, then head for one of Torrevieja's sandy white beaches which have been awarded the EC's "Blue Flag" status so you can ensure safe bathing and quality recreation facilities for you and your family. There are beaches at Playa de los Locos, Cala del Palangre, Playa del Cura, Paseo Marítimo Juan Aparicio and Playa de los Náufragos.

Take advantage of 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. In fact, why not make a day of it and "shop until you drop" in Torrevieja's many boutiques or the new Habernas shopping centre with H&M, C&A, Zara, Puma, etc. For the kids, we have McDonalds, Burger King, KFC or the ten pin bowling, amusement centre, sports centre with Olympic sized pool, etc.

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. 'Ancient tower' is its translation and it is on the north side of the town overlooking the sea with recently restored gardens.

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.

Los Balcones is in the area of Orihuela Costa, is less than a 10 minutes drive south of Torrevieja and is on a main bus and taxi route. It has a very multi-cultural feel as many people from other countries now live in this area.

Less than 10 minutes walk to a Chinese restaurant, Chemist and some other shops.

10 minutes walk to a large supermarket, 2 floor commercial centre with about 10 bars and restaurants and other shops, plus more bars and restaurants in surrounding roads. New commercial centre under construction.

20 minutes walk (or 5 minutes by car) to the start of the “European” area at Punta Prima with numerous bars and restaurants of different nationalities, supermarkets such as Aldi, MasyMas, Champion and after 2 more minutes drive, the Flamenca Beach Commercial Centre, the largest in the area with about 60 bars and restaurants, Lidl and Supercor supermarkets and the go-kart track. There is a popular market on every Saturday morning in a wide road in Playa Flamenca.

The house is opposite a main line bus stop which goes frequently to Torrevieja town centre.

15 minutes walk to the sea (rocky coastline) including Calle Ferris, a nearby sandy cove with palm trees.

In the direction of Torrevieja, 30 minutes walk (or 5 minutes by car) to the EU Blue Flag beaches of Playa de Los Naufragos followed by Playa del Acequion. Water sports and diving pontoon in the summer months plus the usual "bars on the beach".

In the opposite direction from Torrevieja, into the “European” area known as Orihuela Costa, 30 to 40 minutes walk (or 5 minutes by car) to the EU Blue Flag beaches at Playa Flamenca and La Zenia. They have vast expanses of golden sands and there are jet-ski's, a banana boat and pedalo's in the summer months, as well as the usual "bars on the beach".

10 minutes drive to the golf courses of Villamartin, Campoamor and Las Ramblas.

Sports: Golf, cycling, diving, fishing, horse riding, paragliding, roller blading, sailing, surfing, swimming, tennis, walking, water skiing, wind-surfing, ten-pin bowling, jet ski, scuba diving, aqua park, sports complex, go-karting

We recommend a car to get the best out of any area but if all you want to do is relax, take in the sun and have meal and a drink in the evening, either in the property or at the nearby commercial centre, it is not essential.