Bungalow | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5
This self-catering accommodation comprises 2 double bedrooms, 1 shower room and a full bathroom. There is a lounge/ dining room with TV, an American-style kitchen that is fully equipped with a fridge freezer, microwave, ceramic hob/ oven. There is a separate utility room with a washing machine. A private patio with table and chairs. There is parking and a communal swimming pool.
Facilities at La Sella include tennis, horse riding, bars, restaurants and the Marriot Hotel with health club and spar. In the same vicinity are the sandy beaches of Denia and Javea.
NOTES OF INTEREST:
There is a carvary restaurant at the bottom of the mountain.
2 minutes drive to Pedreguer village with bars, restaurants, shops, banks and post office.
5 mintues drive to the main coastal road called the N332 freeway - and the toll motorway A7 linking 10 minutes drive to La Sella Golf Resort & 15 to Javea Golf Club & 25 to Oliva Golf Resort.
15 minutes drive to the enormous beach of Denia or the cove beaches of Javea & Moraira.
25 minutes on the A7 to Benidorm with the theme parks of Terra Mitica & Aqualandia
Alicante and Valencia Airports. Alicante is 60 minutes Valencia is 90 minutes
Linen and towels are included.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante / Valencia 100 km, Nearest railway: Gata De Gorgos 2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
The Costa Blanca/Valencia region
The Coastline between Benidorm and Denia is indisputably the most beautiful and picturesque of the northern Costa Blanca. The dramatic mountian ranges meet the landscapes of orange, olive and almond groves nestling between thedenia cafe typically spanish towns which hail the famous white sands of the Costa Blanca.
The Costa Blanca north is a less developed area of Spain as large scale tourism tends to be centered around the Costa Blanca south and the Costa del Sol. Moraira, Javea and Denia are in a strict conservation zone where building heights and density are rigorously controlled.
There is much written about the climate and health benefits of the Costa Blanca, in fact the World Health Organisation has proclaimed that the Moraira, Javea and Denia peninsular of the Costa Blanca has one of the most environmentally perfect climates in the world. When ex-pats move to Spain many of their arthritic and asthmatic conditions tend to be greatly improved thanks to the climate and the 320 days of sunshine a year.
This area offers you a diverse mixture of beautiful, long sandy beaches, stunning mountains and lush valleys, white villages (pueblos), modern resorts, golf and water sports, fiestas, ancient churches, wonderful food and wine, warm and generous Spanish people, high standard and lower cost of living, just a couple of hours from the UK. The areas we cover include Denia, Javea, Benissa, Calpe, Jalon, Pedreguer and Moraira
Javea, a former fishing village, is a very popular upmarket resort with Spanish and foreign holidaymakers alike. The town has approximately 20,000 permanent inhabitants. Over the last 10 years the surrounding hillsides have been urbanized with luxury villas, many of which are owned by British people and rented out on a regular basis all through the summer. The town remains unspoilt and still offers a pretty beachside location with lots of local life and activities. Set back from the coast is Javea old town which preserves the look and atmosphere of a typical Spanish village. Javea's Arenal beach is a horseshoe shaped stretch of fine white sands which is framed by many bars, restaurants and gift shops. This beach is especially safe for children as it slopes gently into the sea and has received the World Health Organisation 'clean beach' award.
Denia is one of the Costa Blanca's most popular resorts and was once the centre of the raisin growing industry. Its ancient castle rises majestically overlooking the town and harbour and also houses the museum of archaeology which gives an insight into Denia from roman times to modern day. To the south of Denia sits the Montgo Mountain which protects Denia from the hot southerly winds in the summer and provides the town with a micro climate which gives an average temperature of 19 degrees Celsius. The Montgo Nature Park is also great for hiking and horse riding. Just behind the mountain is La Sella one of the Costa Blanca's best golf courses, which is next to the Denia Marriot hotel and spa.
Denia does not lend itself to the mass package tourist industry as there are only 21 hotels in Denia, Las Marinas and Las Rotas. The local people are very friendly and family orientated. In the evening you can see families of three generations strolling along the harbour before going into one of the many local restaurants.
Unlike England, Spain is very much an outdoor culture where people enjoy life and have time to say good morning, stop and have a chat with a local or one of the many ex-pats that are out here living the dream. It's very easy to enjoy life here if you absorb the atmosphere and vibrancy that Spain has to offer.