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Lovely Pool, with steps into shallow end

Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 20 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Just 20 minutes from Valencia City (airport) by car our fully modernised 4 bedroom villa with fantastic swimming pool is the ideal country retreat just out side the historial town of Lliria.

A very quiet private villa with enclosed grounds and seperatly fenced, 12 metre filtered swimming pool. This makes the property ideal for children and the single level property is also suitable for elderly people. Enclosed behind a 2 metre wall the property stands in about 1/3 acre with various fruit and olive trees, with large BBQ area and covered terrace the full width of the property. Please visit link to personal website below.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Malvarossa 20 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 3 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Valencia 14 km, Nearest railway: Valencia 20 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, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Swing set
Access Wheelchair users, Secure parking
Further details indoors

Our refurbished 4 bedroom villa offers a large, air conditioned open plan lounge and dining area with two leather sofa's, easy chairs and SKY Freeview satellite television through a 58" plasma screen. There is also a DVD player (please bring your own movies) and CD Radio system. One double bedroom (air conditioned) and three smaller bedrooms each with single or twin beds and ceiling fan and wall heater. Modern bathroom suite offering WC, bidet, sink and shower cubicle. The kitchen is brand new and has electric hob/stove, dishwasher and washing machine.

Further details outdoors

A very quiet private villa with enclosed grounds and seperatly fenced, 12 metre filtered swimming pool. This makes the property ideal for children and the single level property is also suitable for elderly people. Enclosed behind a 2 metre wall the property stands in about 1/3 acre with various fruit and olive trees, with large BBQ area and covered terrace the full width of the property, please enquire for additional exterior photos.

The Valenciana region

Lliria Spain

Lliria is an ancient, traditional Spanish town approx 20 kms from Valencia City. Valencia is a beautiful region of Spain. Situated half way down the Mediterranean coast it enjoys the perfect climate, not too hot and not too cold or wet. Even in mid-winter this region of Spain seldom sees temperatures drop below freezing except in the mountains. The area benefits from a range of popular beaches and a mountainous interior. The farmlands consist of a patchwork of orange groves, almond tree and vegetable fields. The almond blossom provides a lovely show of white or pink flowers in February which are a pleasure to look on as you drive along the motorway.

The Phoenicians, Cathaginians, Greeks, Romans and Moors have all owned this piece of the world at some time in history. El Cid expelled the Moors in 1094 but after his death in 1099 the region again became an arab stronghold until 1238.

In the 1930s Valencia put up an impressive show of resistance to Franco's troops and this region was the last region of Spain to fall under Franco's rule. In 1977 the region finally gained autonomy.

Today the resorts of Valencia are popular with Spanish and foreigners alike. The region is particularly popular with people from Madrid many of whom own second homes here. It is also popular with French tourists who can simply drive down the motorway and is becoming increasing popular with the British and other nationalities. Valencia is a beautiful region of Spain. Situated half way down the Mediterranean coast it enjoys the perfect climate, not too hot and not too cold or wet. Even in mid-winter this region of Spain seldom sees temperatures drop below freezing except in the mountains. The area benefits from a range of popular beaches and a mountainous interior. The farmlands consist of a patchwork of orange groves, almond tree and vegetable fields. The almond blossom provides a lovely show of white or pink flowers in February which are a pleasure to look on as you drive along the motorway.

The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, Romans and Moors have all owned this piece of the world at some time in history. El Cid expelled the Moors in 1094 but after his death in 1099 the region again became an Arab stronghold until 1238.

In the 1930s Valencia put up an impressive show of resistance to Franco's troops and this region was the last region of Spain to fall under Franco's rule. In 1977 the region finally gained autonomy.

Today the resorts of Valencia are popular with Spanish and foreigners alike. The region is particularly popular with people from Madrid many of whom own second homes here. It is also popular with French tourists who can simply drive down the motorway and is becoming increasing popular with the British and other nationalities.

Lliria

Las Fallas

A reason in itself to visit Valencia, this five day fiesta commences on the 15th March.

During this period the city explodes into life with round-the-clock partying, fireworks, concerts, street markets and processions. One such procession, known as the ‘Ofrenda’, features a two day long stream of flower bearers proceeding to decorate a huge effigy of the Virgin Mary outside the city cathedral. The scent of millions of flowers wafts through the city streets.

A daily firework display known as the ‘Mascleta’ takes place at 2pm in the City Hall Square. While it lasts just ten minutes the explosions build in intensity to a point where you can actually feel the earth move! Locals tell you to watch with an open mouth not just because of the spectacle but also to stop your ear drums bursting!

Perhaps the best known aspect of the Fallas are the more than 500 sculptures or ‘Ninots’ which are created during the preceding 12 months. These often comical papier-mâché creations can be up 60 feet tall. Street parties are held around these statues in many of the main squares. On the night of the 19th these inspired works of art are systematically set alight - with fire engines in attendance – in an orgy of fire called ‘La Crema’! Within minutes, a year of creative work is just a pile of ashes, the only consolation being yet another reason for a party!

The origin of Fallas has long been associated with the welcoming of spring by Valencia’s many carpenters. Off-cuts of wood were supposedly piled into the street and set alight on St. Joseph’s Day, the patron saint of carpenters. As with La Tomantina (see later) it seems a small annual event has just escalated into an internationally renowned fiesta. During Fallas the population of Valencia doubles to around 3,000,000.

Moors & Christians - Alcoy, Valencia

Every April a re-enactment of a famous, if partially mythical battle, between Moors and Christians takes place in Alcoy. As with Fallas, preparation starts at the end of each fiesta for the following year. Armies of Moors or Christians, known as Filaes, work around the year to prepare for each April fiesta.

The mock battle sees participants dressed in lavish costumes which are judged during the fiesta. The winners donate their costumes to the Moors & Christians Museum. The culmination of the battle is the firing of hundreds of blank bullets making this one of the nosiest of all Spanish fiestas. At the end of the battle, St Georges flag triumphs and is raised overhead with pride.

A fiesta to attend if you enjoy ceremony, history, equestrian displays – and noise!

La Tomatina

A short drive from Valencia takes you to the normally sleepy town of Buñol, which plays host to a surreal vegetable battle on the last Wednesday of every August. La Tomatina appears to have started in the 1940’s when a crowd of boisterous friends began pelting each other with tomatoes in the town square. Inevitably onlookers were drawn in and so much fun was had that it has become a yearly event.

A crowd of around 30 000 fruit fans now gather annually for the world’s greatest food fight. From early Wednesday morning residents and businesses cover their doors and windows in preparation for the red onslaught.

The battle commences when huge trucks, laden with tomatoes make their way through the crowds and officials in the back unload their messy cargo for waiting participants. From this moment no one is safe, tourists are particularly attractive targets, and tax men leave town!

Around 60 000 pounds of tomatoes explode in 30 minutes, and everyone has a great time. Clothes may get frayed but tempers do not! After the battle a yearly competition starts to clean up the mess in record time to restore the town to its former glory. This is a celebration not to be missed.

Do go! Don’t wear your designer clothes!

Mercado

Valencia’s covered food market is renowned as one of the best in Europe and boasts an immense selection of fresh fish, meat, fruit and vegetables all under one roof. If it’s edible, even vaguely, you’ll find it here! Not for the faint hearted - but if you’re considering living in Spain this something you will learn to enjoy.

Cathedral

Built over a period between the 13th and 15th centuries and subject to extensive alterations in the 18th century this fine cathedral is a mixture of architectural styles and houses the Holy Grail – or so they say.

Barrio Carmen

The oldest part of the city, comprising dark and narrow alleyways crammed with shops, houses, palaces and bars. This is the city’s historic centre. Perhaps the busiest and most atmospheric area for an evening stroll and street side people watching!

Estacion Del Norte

This train station in the centre of the city is a modernist architectural masterpiece. Stroll around the building and admire the intricate details shaped in crystal, wood and marble.

Bullring

Next to the station is the city’s magnificent bullring. It plays host not only to the bullfights but also to numerous concerts and live events throughout the year.

Torres De Serrano and Quart

Two immense Gothic entrance towers to what was the walled city of Valencia. The defence wall that ringed the city was dismantled in the middle of the 19th century. The Quart tower now houses a locksmith museum.

Museums

These can be found throughout the city and cover a wide variety of interests. Particularly worthwhile visiting are the Paleonthelogic Museum, the National Ceramic Museum, the Museum of the Fallero Artist and the Museum of Natural Science. If all this gets too exciting check out the Rice Museum!

City of Arts and Science

An immense pharaonic project aimed at expanding the city into what was the abandoned wasteland to the east of the city centre. This is Valencia’s equivalent to the London docklands. Comprising L’Hemiferic, the Museum of Science, the Oceanographic park, and the Palace of Arts this area covers some 90 acres.

It represents modern Valencia at its extravagant best. Stunningly futuristic architecture has to be seen to be appreciated. Allow at least half a day per attraction to get the best from this visit.

For more information visit www.cac.es

Ivam

One of the finest modern art museums in Europe, with both permanent and visiting exhibitions. Late summer opening hours and free jazz performances have made this a popular venue to meet friends.

Turia gardens

An example of good emerging from bad. Disastrous floods in 1957 caused great loss of life and resulted in an ambitious plan to divert the river Turia around the city. The now redundant riverbed that travels through the heart of the city has been turned into a wonderful garden and recreation area full of sporting and leisure facilities. It is ideal for a stroll and for crossing the city away from the crowds and traffic.

La Feria

One of the largest exhibition centres in Europe, this modern series of building hosts exhibitions of all types throughout the year.

Beaches

These are to found all around the city, north, south, east but not west! Beaches awarded the European blue flag for quality can be found just to the north and south of the city. They range from quiet local beaches on the outskirts to the cosmopolitan Malvarosa promenade just minutes from the city centre. Ports to the north and south of the city are perfect for leisure activities or trips to the Balearic Islands.

Football

Valencia is now established as one of Europe’s top teams – as any Arsenal fan will regrettably confirm. The crowd atmosphere is both electric and good humoured. This is living proof that football can be enjoyed by all the family and even watched without rain or Bovril!

Golf

Many fine courses exist around Valencia, within minutes of the city. The most famous being El Saler – publicly owned and ranked as one of the best 50 courses in the world. El Bosque and El Scorpion clubs are well known for their golf and hospitality facilities. Several more courses are planned for the near future.

Motorsport

The Circuito de Cheste is a recently completed all seat race track used by F1 Williams as their test circuit. It is located minutes from Valencia just off the main road to Madrid. Prices are sensible while facilities and viewing positions are excellent. This track plays host to both World Superbike and Motor GP events.

Sierra Calderona Nature Park

Just 22 miles to the north-west of Valencia, in the direction of Lliria, is the newly declared Sierra Calderona nature park. It boasts over 65 square miles of unspoilt mountains and Mediterranean pine forests. The highest peaks reach 3.330 feet and offer views of the sea. Wildlife includes: boars, foxes, weasels, squirrels, civet cats, and badgers. The park is open to visitors and crossed with well-marked footpaths.

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For more information on the activities in and around Valencia visit the official government visitor website (in English and Spanish) at: www.comunitatvalenciana.com

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19 Sep 2013

5/5

"Fantastic - Highly Recommended"

With the location being both right next door to illria and only about half an hour from Valencia, the villa was convenient for both long trips out, and popping to the local supermarket, light and quiet inside, clean and well decorated.
The only thing lacking was a wi-fi connection, but on holiday, its not really a necessity, the pool was very clean upon arrival, and even cleaned halfway through our stay.
I highly recommend anyone to stay at Domeno Villa, be it a couple on a getaway, or a group of friends looking for some fun

1 Sep 2013

5/5

"A peaceful get-away in a spacious villa"

We have just spent a very relaxing and enjoyable 19 days in this spacious villa. Shortly after arrival we were visited by the local contact person who was doing the first of his regular visits to chec… More

28 Aug 2013

5/5

"....bliss..."

We cannot recommend this villa highly enough!

If you are after peace and relaxation then this is just perfect. When you close the gates you feel completely cut-off from the outside world- perfect.
The villa itself is spacious and clean and the pool...outstanding and child friendly.
You have a massive Carrefour back on the m/way and if you get stuck the local chap Simon can give you a locals advice on anything.
Would advise driving straight onto Domeno to get to property, it seems easiest way.
Our advise-book it! You will not regret it!

10 Aug 2013

2/5

"not as described and shown in the pictures"

we stayed for 12 days and although the villa itself was lovely and the area waqs very peaceful we had a number of issues the outside area was overgrown and dirty, the bbq kitchen area was disgusting and un -useable. The pool was not cleaned on a regular basis and therefore cloudy on return my husband needed anti biotics for an ear infection. We were also accused of loosing or breaking an outside chair and charged £40 we had nothing to do with this. the pool lights did not work and a number of inside and ouside lights were not working. The roads leading to the villa were used as a dumping ground for dog mess. There is no childrens play area as shown on the pictures and video. we took photos and contacted the owner on return who has been less than helpful .

24 Jul 2013

5/5

"Fantastic Villa"

My wife and I, with our 3 children stayed at the villa for one week from the 4th June 2013. Could not fault the villa at all. It was ideal for the kind of stay we were looking for and the kids loved t… More

18 Jan 2013

5/5

"Great, chilled two weeks"

Take a Sat Nav with you, a little of the main road. But nice and secluded, Pool is great and living area is a idea size for a family of 6. Bedrooms are spacious.

15 Jan 2013

5/5

"Quiet location, away from it all."

The property was maintained to a high standard and was immaculate when we arrived.We were surprised at how much space there was both inside and out. Paul, the local contact person, was always helpful and friendly. The location was very quiet and away from any towns - you do need a car! There are many places to visit in the Valencia region if you want to explore. The pool was larger than we expected, as was the bbq!
The only critisism we could find, if we had to, would be the size of the shower cubicle!
We are so pleased with what the area and what the property has to offer that we have booked again.

22 Nov 2011

5/5

"Great getaway from the tourist crowds with a lovely pool"

Nice quiet villa with a lovely pool. The villa is in a small urbanisation which is off the main tourist track. I have been here twice and thoroughly enjoyed both trips. The villa has a nice garden area and a pool where you can unwind and relax. The villa is fairly enclosed so does not have views of the surrounding countryside, but the greenery within the villa itself does help to compensate for this. It is only a short drive away to rivers, lakes and the national park. Valencia and the coast are within driving distance. The lounge is fairly spacious and the kitchen, is quite adequate if you want to do your own cooking. The air conditioning units in the lounge and main bedroom are a godsend in the heat of the summer, although the other bedrooms just have fans so tend to be a bit warmer. Older teenage children may require more trips out to keep them happy. For getting out anywhere I recommend a car. You could probably make it to nearby Domeno on foot if you're the expeditionary type, where you'll find a local restaurant, bar/cafe and a small shop. The supermarkets in Lliria are within a short drive. In my opinion, the villa represents very good value for money.

28 Oct 2011

4/5

"Very relaxing villa"

A lovely villa to stay at, if your looking to just relaxe around the pool or enjoy eating on the very large sun terrace . The kids loved the villa and the pool so made for more relaxing holiday for the adults.
All in all a really nice villa we're hoping to return too.

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