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This is my 3rd stay at this property in the last year and cannot fault it pool right outside your door, plenty of bars and beaches within walking distance it has everything there you need also shops nearby. Have already booked for a party of 5 ladies me t year and would definitely recommend. Chris the keyholder is very helpful.Read more
Villa was fantastic, size was very deceiving from the outside it's extremely spacious inside and the back yard is a little sun trap. Ideal area very close to the strip and all pubs, restaurants and local shops, also just a 5min walk to the beach. Complex is very clean and surprisenly quiet. Only small issue is the cleaning fee, I felt it was a little much esp with all the cleaning that has to be done before leaving the villa.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
This was our second stay at this house and it has only gotten better. Still all of the same home comforts but now with some additions. The dishwasher was great and the provision of water etc when we arrived was much appreciated. As before we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Casa Louise. Thanks PaulRead more
The villa was located in a quiet street, however pubs and restaurant were just around 5 minutes walk.The other villas were empty during our stay so we had the whole street and swimming pool to ourselves. Swimming pool is just a minute walk from villa and water was warm all day, clean and maintained every day. We hired a car for all week and it took just 10 mins driving to the -in our opinion- best beach with possibilities of hiring banana boat, jet ski, parasailing... sea water was great, warm and we spent hours in the sea. The villa was clean with well equipped kitchen, air con was a savior as the temperature raised during the day. The yard in front of the house is massive, and sunny during all day. Communication with the owner was excelent, any questions were answered very quickly, Daniel-the lady who looks after the villa- was very nice, chatty and she explained everything to us the first evening we arrived. We had no complaints, no problems, our holiday went smoothly... We usually go to new places when travelling to Spain, however we would love to go back eventually and have another great holiday. Thank you very much for a lovely holiday.Read more
2nd Time here and stayed for a couple of weeks. As before the Villa is impeccable and a real home from home and is an excellent base for the Southern Costa Blanca. The Aldi at the top of the road is now an 'Overseas' (Iceland) which is great for just about anything but is expensive (All UK brands available at a price) so use for essentials but a Fantastic Aldi is a 2 minute drive in the nest village and is great for choice and price. New Bars and restaurants have opened in the locality offering a much wider choice. As before I would not hesitate to recommend and more than likely will return!! Thankyou James & Denise for your hospitality (again!)Read more
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Villas in Orihuela
Orihuela is an ancient city and district in Alicante Province. Nestled at the foot of the Sierra de Orihuela mountains, this region of the Costa Blanca is divided into three parts; the historic centre, La Pedrera Reservoir countryside area and the coast, while the glorious beaches of neighbouring resort Punta Prima are just a 40 minute car journey away. With the Segura River running through the middle, the streets of Orihuela have an authentically Spanish flair, with traditional markets and tapas bars, yet you will also find shopping malls and boutiques in-between the many museums and religious structures. The city is brought to life with a blend of architectural styles, from Baroque chapels to Roman Catholic cathedrals providing the perfect backdrop to an alfresco meal. Once you've had your fill of sightseeing, unwind on beaches like award-winning Playa Flamenca and family-friendly Playa de la Glea. For a change of scenery, take a day trip to Alicante, less than an hour's drive, train, or bus journey away.
Key holiday info
- The nearest and main airport is Alicante, just a 35 minute drive from Orihuela. A direct flight from the UK takes approx. 2 hrs 25 mins.
- The average temperature in the hottest months of July and August is 21°C with highs of 34°C.
- Orihuela Costa has 16km of coastline ranging from rocky pools to fine white sand beaches, known for their cleanliness and quality standards.
- Orihuela has a trainline 1km from the city centre, with services to Alicante, Elche and South Murcia.
- The metropolitan area of Orihuela includes the municipalities of Benejúzar, Benferri, Beniel, Bigastro, Callosa de Segura, Cox, Jacarilla, Rafal, Redován and Santomera.
A beginner's guide to villa holidays in Orihuela
Nestled between Alicante and Cartagena, Orihuela is one of the oldest regions in the Costa Blanca, known for its culture, postcard countryside and excellent quality beaches that make it a perfect location for a family-friendly holiday.
Orihuela is divided into three parts:
Orihuela Costa The 16km stretch of coast is home to some beautiful beaches, known for their family-friendly status and cleanliness, ranging from rocky shelters to wide stretches of white sand. Bordered in the north by the beach at Punta Prima, it is divided into four areas; Cabo Roig, La Zenia, Dehese de Camoamor and Playa Flamenca. La Zenia beach is one of the most popular beaches in the resort, located within walking distance from the shopping centre.
Orihuela city is steeped in history, dating back to medieval times when Orihuela was once a Moorish kingdom. A visit to the old quarter can't be complete without a trip to Orihuela Cathedral of Salvador and Santa Maria - a World Heritage Site dating back to the 13th century. Discover beautiful displays of Renaissance and Valencian art inside, as well as a beautiful 18th century organ.
The Orihuela countryside provides the perfect base for a relaxing or active holiday, however you choose to spend your time. Surrounded by the Sierra de Orihuela mountain range, there are many opportunities for cyclists and hikers to explore the region, with plenty of scenic routes to choose from. San Antón Palm Grove between Mount Saint Michael and the Sierra de Orihuela is a must for nature lovers, and is the second largest palm forest in Europe!
Did you know...
- Orihuela was once a 12th century Moorish kingdom.
- Orihuela once belonged to the province of Murcia and it is said that residents feel closer to Murcia when it comes to the language, culture and local food.
- Orihuela is the birthplace of famous Spanish poet Miguel Hernandez. There is a museum of his work in the centre of the Medieval quarter.
- Oihuela city was settled by Romans who called it Orcelis and later Aurariola.
- Kids will love practicing their swing at La Mosca Mini Golf in Orihuela Costa.