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We had a wonderful weekend break at the Villa. Our plane was delayed but the agent still arrived late at night to greet us. We were a group of 3 couples and the property was perfect for us with each double room having it’s own en-suite bathroom. The plaza it’s just a 3 minute walk away and has many choices of places to eat with a supermarket and taxi rank there as well. The property is ideal for groups of friends or families.Read more
We had a lovely months stay in this villa all facilities are good It is like home from home and very comfortable We didn’t have a car but didn’t need one as you can walk to everything it’s very flat and easy walking There are supermarkets very close and nice bars and restaurants The sun terrace was really nice and we used the hot tub every day after our long walks very relaxing I would definitely recommend this villa and mark the owner is very helpful and responds quickly The bonus was the weather was nice and warm just rained once the whole monthRead more
We were a family of five (age range 78yrs - 18yrs) who stayed in this villa from the 31st August - 12th September. The villa was excellent and as we had hoped, the bedrooms are large and two have modern en-suite shower rooms. The facilities within the villa are excellent and we made good use of the additional games room on the roof terrace. Javea is a beautiful resort and had many aspects to it, there are many restaurants and bars to choose from in both Arenal and further along in the older part of Javea. If staying in this villa a car is recommended, we hired a car for the entire stay and managed to see a number of other resorts close by, however in our opinion Javea was the most attractive. We arrived late at night and were very grateful for a few essentials, milk, biscuits, crisps and cold beer which David and Christine had left for us, much appreciated. We would have no hesitation in recommending this villa to our family and friends and hope to return ourselves one day.Read more
This is a good value villa, perfect for a relaxing holiday by the pool with plenty to do further afield as well. Not super smart, the villa is homely and does have some of the owner's own things in and around so it wasn't like other villas we've stayed in before, but it had everything we needed and we quickly got used to that. The fully equipped kitchen with washing machine and dishwasher was great, 2 bathrooms with no shortage of hot water, and air con in the lounge and ceiling fans in all the bedrooms to keep us cool. The roof terrace is the real gem with plenty of outdoor furniture, shade over the table and wonderful views. The lovely pool with great views and plenty of sun loungers on an attractive grassed area is 30 seconds walk away. There is a good section for babies and toddlers and a lifeguard most of the time. Supermarkets are 10 mins drive. A car is necessary to get around. We enjoyed trips to beaches, markets, Pola park, Alicante, snorkeling etc. Communication with Sandra was excellent throughout and she was very accommodating and extremely quick to answer any questions before and during our stay. There is an identical villa next door so it would be great for a larger party to take the two together. We would happily return if we were to revisit the area.Read more
Very relaxing and enjoyable stay! The villa is very spacious and maintained to a high level. Communal pool close by and very well kept. The owner is very quick to respond to any communication. We loved it so much, we have already booked for next year!!Read more
Had an amazing time, villa is massive and in a great location, cars defiantly recommended (we had 3 cars) but we often walked to and from Arenal Beach which is amazing and has everything you could want, takes maybe 25-30 mins. Good supermarkets nearby also. Joyce was absolutely amazing and couldn’t be more helpful or accommodating if she tried, and everything went very smoothly! Between the 12 of us we honestly couldn’t find fault, could maybe do with a spruce up/update in areas, and a few of us did get bitten by mosquitos, but in no way did this detracted from our amazing stay. Thanks again, and already considering it again for next year! ;-)Read more
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A popular and easy to reach destination for a villa holiday, Alicante retains that authentic Spanish charm with its hilltop castle, pristine bays, local shops and colourful Mediterranean-style houses. Originally called 'Lucentum', (or City of Light), it lies southeast of the Costa Blanca in the Valencian Community, and is Spain’s eighth largest resort, boasting stunning views of the mountainous landscape. Along the coast, discover an elaborate marble floor stretching across the palm-lined promenade, while its main beach Playa del Postiguet boasts 900m of golden sand.
But there's far more to beautiful Alicante than picturesque bays, authentic Spanish tapas and glorious year-round Mediterranean sunshine. Remnants of the city's fascinating past can be found in Mount Benacantil and the stunning medieval castle of Santa Barbara in Alicante city's old town, El Barrio, to the east of the city's centre. Barrio de la Santa Cruz is where you'll find that authentic Spanish charm, with many restaurants, a buzzing nightlife and winding cobbled streets. Holidaymakers visit Alicante for its pristine beaches, historical beauty, museums and atmospheric nightlife. With the Mediterranean Sea to the east it boasts some beautiful beaches and of course, a delicious cuisine, where the best restaurants can be found in Dénia, with over 300 to choose from.
Alicante is also home to award-winning museums and art galleries, as well as a baroque church and 17th century town hall with its equisite marble staircase. From the beach take the lift carved into the side of Benacantil mountain, to the ancient castle and enjoy breath-taking views from the ramparts; Roman ruins, lively markets, a modern marina, and at sundown, El Barrio's busy nightlife scene bustling below; the perfect spot for a romantic evening! Wander further afield and discover the beautiful fishing village of Villajoyosa, the mountaintop fortress of Guadalest and a favourite with families; Torrevieja's Water Park, Aquopolis.
If you're after a relaxing beach holiday, there are plenty of fine sand beaches such as San Juan’s four miles of blue-flag coastline, and the urban beach of Playa Postiguet. Wander along the palm-fringed promenade stretching along the marina. After sundown, enjoy the authentic Spanish cuisine at one of the stylish restaurants overlooking the sea; arroz a banda, the local version of paella, is highly recommended for an evening of mouthwatering dishes and coastline views. In fact, Alicante is a foodies' paradise, known for its fresh seafood and colourful cuisine!
Key holiday info
- A direct flight to Alicante from the UK takes approx. 2.5 hours.
- Alicante has an average daytime temperature of 26°C in the summer and 12°C during winter.
- The sea temperature in July can reach a very pleasant 27°C.
- Alicante province boasts more than 18 golf courses.
- Alicante has 2 natural parks. Montgo in northern Alicante and the Pego-Oliva Marjal wetland, to the north of Denia, where rice is grown.
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Nestled at the foot of the Orihuela mountains, this historic city can be divided into three regions: the rural countryside, the coast and the city itself. Experience its authentic Spanish charm, cultural sites and natural beauty, including some glorious fine sand beaches.
The beautiful coastal resort of Jávea lies nestled between rocky headlands, with its picturesque old town and natural white sand beach. The intense blue water here makes it a paradise for artists and families looking for an unspoiled, quieter side to Alicante. Javea or Xàbia, to give it its proper Valencian name, is a jewel of natural beauty, known for its postcard-perfect coastline and pure blue waters. 100km from Alicante Airport, Javea town has three main areas: the old town, Javea port and the coastal beach area. Discover historical relics such as ancient churches and the old town's Gothic windows. Head to the town's harbour and fishing port for an atmospheric evening of traditional Spanish food, while overlooking the seafront.
Enjoy a low-key holiday in the coastal city of Torrevieja, situated in southeastern Alicante. This beach resort boasts a beautiful Mediterranean climate and stretches of golden sand beaches. Originally a salt mining and fishing village, its charming marina reveals a quieter side of Spain, perfect for family holidays.
Known for its colourful nightlife, Benidorm on Spain's east coast is one of Alicante's most popular tourist resorts. With over 1000 restaurants, upscale shopping areas, beaches galore and plenty of bars and clubs to let your hair down, this bustling metropolitan is perfect for a lively, sun-drenched break. Benidorm began as a humble fishing village before it was transformed during the 1950s into a buzzing tourist resort and entertainment central.
Altea is a charming and peaceful resort, 11km north of Benidorm. As one of the prettiest locations on the Costa Blanca, it boasts a beautiful old town steeped in history, calm waters for sailing and plenty of traditional restaurants. Blending the old and the new, the authentic and the modern, it really is a town that caters to everyone. But don't expect it to rival the energy of Benidorm; Altea is the perfect place to unwind, away from the busy crowds!
Santa Pola is a golfer's paradise and the perfect resort for the more adventurous of holidaymakers. With nine golf courses and plenty of cycling and hiking trails, this former fishing village is a haven for exploring Alicante's rural beauty and natural landscape. Become one with nature at the unspoiled palm-lined beaches of the south coast and watch the local fisherman bring in the catch of the day.
Did you know...
- Alicante is the birthplace of Spanish tapas, when travellers were given small delicacies served on a plate of bread to accompany their wine or beer.
- The Museo de Arte de Siglo XX La Asegurada (Museum of Contemporary Art) displays some of the most prominent works in contemporary Spanish art, housing paintings by Dali, Cocteau, Miro, Bacon and Picasso.
- The Romans named Alicante 'Lucentum', meaning 'City of Light.'
- The Costa Blanca meaning 'White Coast' boasts over 200km of Mediterranean coastline.
- The Explanada de Espana promenade is bordered with 400 palm trees, while its floor is paved with over 6 million red, black and cream marble tiles!
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10 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
Find the perfect beach resort within a short drive of Alicante Airport.
3 March 2020 Posted in Spain, Inspirations
With its quaint, coloured homes, narrow streets, hilltop castle and quintessential Spanish culture, it's certainly not surprising that Alicante is an enormously popular holiday destination. Whether you want to walk along palm-fringed, white sandy beaches, visit lively local markets, enjoy some iconic arroz a banda the local version of seafood paella on the marina or hike up to the ancient castle and experience the breath-taking panorama, there's something for everyone here. Here's a taster of what this magnificent destination has to offer...
3 March 2020 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain
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