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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6 Home 12177
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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
This stylish villa sleeps six and comprises of one double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has air conditioning/heating, fully fitted kitchen with hob, oven, refrigerator, washing machine and a lounge/diner with satellite TV. There is a large terrace from the master bedroom with views of the communal pool and solarium to roof with views of the countryside and BBQ for your use. The property is only a 30 minute drive from Alicante airport, within walking distance of all amenities and only 7 minutes drive to the lovely beach of La Marina, offering golden sands. There are several championship golf courses within a short drive.We never arrange same day changeovers, so you can enjoy your holiday to the full. What are you waiting for, book your place in the sun now!
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Nearest beach||La Marina 2 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||40 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante 23 km, Nearest railway: Alicante 23 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
All bedding and towels provided, except beach towels.Please note - heating and air conditioning is provided by Panasonic wall mounted units in lounge and master bedroom..There is a cot and fold out bed should you require additional sleeping arrangements for small children.
|Further details outdoors|
There is off street parking at the front of the property, gated.
Entrance to the pool area is by fob , if lost a new one will have a 10 euro chargePlease note that we kindly request all guests to refrain from smoking inside the property, instead to use the porch or terraces.
The Valenciana region
Taking its name from the endless miles of beautiful white sandy beaches, which stretch along the coastline, its a region that offers something for everyone.
With spectacular scenery, one of the healthiest climates in the world and a well developed infrastructure, the Costa Blanca has plenty to offer. A paradise for golfers and gourmets it also has plenty of appeal for families with popular big resorts. Inland there are delightful mountain villages for those seeking a gentler holiday.
Elche, the city of palm trees. The Huerto del Cura Garden, home to The Imperial Palm Tree, is the great treasure of this palm grove, the largest in Europe. Considered the cultural crucible of the city, this area of 13,000 square metres is home to 700 palm trees and over 500 other species of plants and flowers.
Going south just a 10 minute drive, the ancient Spanish town of Guardamar del Segura is at the mouth of the River Segura, The picturesque town overlooks a large expanse of sand dunes with an abundance of pines and eucalyptus and has long golden beaches for relaxing and enjoying the crystal clear Mediterranean Sea. The bustling main street is filled with shops and cafes. The coastal road leads to the busy promenade where you'll find numerous bars, market stalls and street cafes and, in season, a fun fair. The beautiful Parque Reina Sofia with its pine groves, lakes and wildlife is also well worth visiting.
Alicante, the main gateway for most visitors to the Costa Blanca, Alicante is still authentically Spanish. The seafront is elegantly lined with palm trees and decorated with beautiful tiles. The old town is especially atmospheric, with narrow streets and buzzing bars and restaurants and has the best shopping and night-life of the region.
The history of San Fulgencio begins in the18th century, when Don Luis de Belluga and Moncada, Bishop of Cartagena and Murcia, played with the idea of drying out and populating this land.
Guadalest is the most popular excursion from the coast. Built on a defensive position, it can only be explored on foot. A short, sloping tunnel leads into the village square and from here steps take you up to the castle on a rocky summit. Precariously placed on an adjacent pinnacle of rock is the church's photogenic belfry. Guadalest has one other, odd claim to fame, it has two museums of microscopic art.. Keep going beyond Guadalest and you cross the sierras of inland Alicante, leaving the coast. The road heads for Alcoi but there is an interesting detour to be made on the way to see a little-known but enchanting Baroque garden at Penaguila.
If you want to stretch your legs, drive up to Agres, the most picturesque village in the Sierra Mariola, which tumbles down the mountainside in steep, narrow streets from a shrine pressed into the slope. From the shrine there's a magnificent walk up slopes covered with wild flowers to the picturesque ruins of two ice-pits below the summit of Mount Cabrer.
The main road passes a glassy series of salt pans which not only produce salt - white mini mountains of it are piled on the shores ready for processing and export, although they are also home to a great number of waterfowl, most spectacularly flamingos. Beyond Torrevieja a series of smaller resorts, including Dehesa de Campoamor and Torre de la Horadada, leads towards the Murcia region and that extraordinary watery playground of the Mar Menor.
The settlement of The Tabarca Island is a mini fortified village, built in the 18th century to a strictly rational plan on the orders of Charles III, Hitherto, Tabarca had belonged the Sultan of Algiers and Charles was concerned to make sure that it could not be used as a base by pirates wanting to raid the mainland.
Busot offers its visitor the Caves of Canelobre, situated at a distance of 24kms from the city of Alicante, at a height of 700mts on the northern side of Cabeco d'Or. The interior of the caves has got one of the highest vaults in all of Spain, and is very similar to a cathedral. During a visit one can admire the varied and whimsical forms that the rocks have adapted.
The Tabarca Island - hop over from Santa Pola or Torrevieja to visit the Costa Blanca's gem of an island. There is not much to see or do on the tiny island of Tabarca, but it makes a pleasant half-day trip, especially out of season when you may get the place almost to yourself for a pensive stroll to the sounds and smell of the sea.
There are many attractions in the region, like Terra Natura, Aqualandia, Mundomar and Terra Mitica in Benidorm. The Mar Menor lagoon where you can cover yourself in mud!, a large number of sporting activities details of specific sports and contact details can be provided.
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28 May 2013
"Great accommadation ,lovely area easy reach to all amenities"
Stayed in this lovely villa with young children the property was spotless and very spacious The pool was in easy walking distance and in a well kept garden area which was in a fenced off compound making it safe and secure for the children Loved both the balconies on the second and third floor which both had fantastic views The property was in easy reach of shops bars resturaunts and walking distance to the weekly markets Loved this property which is ideal for adults and families the property is great value for money in a well kept residential area and within easy reach of anything you need will definatley be returning soon Recommend a car if you like to get out and about
3 Oct 2012
"Terrible accommodation Nice resort"
"No sun-loungers were present at the villa after the owner had verbally told us there would be new ones supplied. As the pool area is covered in hard grass with only one small bench present sunbathing requires a lounger, therefore to fully access the pool facilities we had to buy these ourselves at great expense from our own holiday funds. The owner did suggest that we leave the loungers and that she would reimburse us when we returned to England if we produced a receipt, but this was hardly the point as this greatly inconvenienced our holiday for several days. The electricity was cut off by the Electricity company for two days due to a "query" with the bill, no other properties were affected and this was not a generalised power cut which we are aware can happen in Spain occasionally. We lost a full fridge-freezer full of food and two days without air conditioning which we had paid for at the advertised price, with two young children and my elderly mother you can imagine the inconvenience. The key holder had gone on a weeks holiday so was not contactable during this time, and friends who were at the same resort were helpful, however could not help us with a freezer full of food, leaving us to contact the owner ourselves in England from Spain again at great expense to ourselves. Electricity finally restored on the second day of having no power, but when asked, owner has refused to supply any form of compensation."
22 Jul 2012
"Relaxing family holiday"
Clean and comfortable with all necessary facilities for extended family including two infants aged 3 and 21 months. Pool at end of short road ideal for babies. We also visited sports pool which is about 20 mins walk and enjoyed this also. We did not have a car and the supermarket just up the road was ideal. Some very nice restaurants within easy walking distance. Home from home with the bonus of the sun and cheaper prizes than staying at home in UK - had three course evening meal in Bonnies for 11 euros. Would recommend this restaurant but you do need to book.
26 Apr 2012
"A very relaxing and enjoyable holiday"
Lovely accomodation,very clean and comfortable. Enjoyed breakfast and BBQs on roof terrace while taking in the beautiful views. Daughter loved the swimming pool at the sports complex with lots to do there. All amenities in walking distance with good selection of bars and restaurants,very child friendly. Great complex,would definitely recommend.
20 Feb 2012
"A relaxing break away"
My friend and I had a short stay without the children and had a wonderful, relaxing time. A lovely selection of bars and restaurants nearby and within walking distance. The accommodation was clean and beautifully presented and was very well equiped with everything we needed. The communal swimming pool was quiet and well kept. Was lovely for the short break away and looking forward to coming back with the children.
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