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Blanca, Denia (Ref: 9250) Self catering villa in Denia
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom villa with spectacular views, 10mx5m heated (28C!)
pool, Internet , A/C, multi-satellite TV, BBQ, access to beaches, valleys,
mountains. Casa Blanca is a modern 3 bed roomed villa with private
heated pool situated on the exclusive residential area of Monte Solana
near Denia , Northern Costa Blanca. Set upon on a hillside it has magnificent
views of the Denia coast line and valley. The villa was built for
our own use and for rental when unoccupied. Completed in 2005 it has been
built to high standards and has everything we feel is required for our
family of four and guests. There is easy access to a wide range of beaches,
restaurants and entertainments whilst being situated in a residential location.
Denia is about 15 minutes away, Javea 20 minutes . Approx 1hr drive from
either Alicante or Valencia airports. Casa Blanca is a non-smoking villa
and is not suitable for wheelchairs (see the photos!). Car hire is essential.
Dénia, Self-catering Villa with Sea & Mountain Views, Dénia
the Costa Blanca near Denia and the village of Oliva, Pego and Javea. The
property sleeps 10-12. Fantastic, brand new large villa on 2 levels, all
day sun, air condition, 5 bedrooms 5 en-suite bathrooms, fantastic sunsets
over mountains and seaviews, located in Monte Pego. This two-level, air-conditioned,
star villa sleeps 10-12, has 5 large luxurious bedrooms, with en-suite
bathrooms. Professionally decorated interior features circular living room,
dining room, 3 BR w/ 3baths and large eat-in kitchen on main level. Interior
stairs to the lower level has 2BR w/ 2 bathrooms, and TV-party room which
walks out into very private spacious terrace with all-day sun exposure
and 5 by 10 meter pool, with outside shower, and pool-side BBQ.
El Palmeral No 33, Dénia
Set in its enclosed
walled gardens the community of El Palmeral is ideally located for all
types of holidays. If you are looking for a quite veg out holiday, you’d
be hard pressed to find a better choice. Just get the sun beds out in the
garden and soak up the sun, and when it gets too hot, cool off with a dip
in the pool, need a drink just pop in doors and fix yourself one. Alternatively,
go over the road to one of the restaurants or bars and enjoy being spoiled.
If you like to be more active, no problem, just cross the road and a five
minutes stroll down to the seven miles of beach. This will give you access
to the palm trees edged sandy beach’s were you can swim and snorkel to
your harts content. As you walk on the beach you will have the options
to hire a Jet Skis, Para gliding, peddlows or be taken out on a boat for
a sight seeing trips along the cost or if you wish fishing trips can also
be arranged. 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4.
an area of ‘Real’ Spain. This apartment sleeps up to 7 and affords magnificent
views along the clean, safe Blue Flag beaches to Denia/Oliva in the south
and Gandia and beyond to the north. You will enjoy taking breakfast on
the balcony and watching the fishing boats returning from their early morning
trips, with wonderful catches of seafood, later available at local restaurants,
or alternatively relaxing in the late evening, with the distant lights
creating a magical atmosphere, in the barmy air. Situated in a solely residential
area of Piles Playa (pronounced Peales), a true Spanish resort, much favoured
by the peoples of Madrid (Madrilenians) yet untouched by mass tourism.
With a climate designated as ‘The World’s Healthiest Climate by The World
Health Organisation and with over 300 days of sunshine annually this truly
will be a ‘Spanish Experience’, that will have you coming back for more.2
bedrooms. sleeps 7.
Stylish 5 bedroom Villa (Ref: 21177) Self catering villa in Pego, Denia
5 bedroom 4 bathroom villa with private pool. Offers breathtaking panoramic
views in a tranquil setting. Set on a hill side, Villa Athena offers
you the ideal opportunity for large parties of families and friends to
holiday together while still maintaining privacy. The villa has many terraces
and sitting areas to enable you to enjoy a quiet moment with a good book
and a glass of wine!! The villa has been designed so that most of
the rooms have stunning views both to the sea and the mountains.
The villa has been newly furnished to a high standard. The large lounge
with open fire is light and airy with a glass door leading onto the lounge
balcony you can relax on the sun lounger chairs and look over to the Mediterranean,
the mountains or over to the blue domed churches in Pego. If the sun gets
too hot you can always wind down the awning. Off the lounge you can relax
in the sun room. Sleeps 10.
Undeniable Tourist Attraction by Kurt Schefken
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Denia, Spain has been a town
of ups and downs for most of its history. The most famous part of Denia
is the ruins of a fortress that was initially constructed by the Moors
and then reconstructed and occupied by the French in the early 1800s. The
economy suffered terribly with the expulsion of the Moors, and then rebounded
when Denia was a successful raisin exporter. This market too went bust,
but Denia has now successfully focused most of its attention on the tourism
|The small town of Denia
is part of the wildly successful tourism region created by the BEA, British
European Airways, as a way of promoting their new flights from London to
Valencia. The 200 kilometer, or almost 125 mile, stretch of beautiful white
beaches, stretch across the southeastern beaches on the Mediterranean coast
of Spain. The Costa Blanca begins in Denia and runs to the town of Torrevieja.
The Limon Express runs from
Alicante to Denia, bringing travelers through the scenic mountains of the
area by rail. There is also a well traveled ferry from Denia to Ibiza,
and other Balearic Islands as well as the popular resort town of Xabia.
Festivals are very popular
in Spain, and Denia has their own fair share. The Bonfire Festival is a
very well loved event that happens in Denia every March, when large paper
mache statues that have been placed throughout the town are set ablaze.
of Castle Across Illuminated Harbour in Denia (Costa Blanca)
The Bous a la Mar, Bulls
at the Sea occurs the first 15 days in July. During this festival, bulls
run through the city's main street of Marques de Campo into the Mediterranean
Sea. This festival was created to honor the city's patron saint, Santisima
Denia is a modern city, equipped
to deal with thousands of tourists, but it has been able to maintain its
old world flavor. There are many fabulous old neighborhoods, including
the Baix la Mar, and Les Roques. The fisherman's neighborhood of Cross
Square and the Cervantes Promenade both offer many restaurants and places
to get a drink or snack. Tapas, small bites of seafood or ham, along with
omelets and Spanish wines and beers are readily available in these areas.
You can also find food representative of local neighbors Torrevieja, Altea,
Murcia and Calpe.
The beaches of Denia are
very beautiful and much more private than many of the surrounding areas
along the Costa Blanca like Benidorm and Torrevieja. In the southern beaches
of Denia is the rocky coastal area called Les Rotes. To the north are Els
Palmars and Las Marinas beaches. The waters are not very deep and therefore
very inviting to the families that visit the area.
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