200 m² living area
20 m² terrace area
pets not allowed
no smoking inside
shared pool, private pool, terrace, balcony, garden, terrace furniture, sunbeds, barbecue, garage
Wi-Fi, satellite, air conditioning, heating, fireplace, dvd player, tv, washing machine, childrens high chair, cot, iron, ironing board, ceiling fan
dishwasher, freezer, coffee machine, grill, hob, microwave, oven, kettle, toaster
2 double beds, 4 single beds, 1 sofa bed
On Cumbre Del Sol there is a horse riding centre and tennis courts. The tourist office offers free guided walks of the area in English and Spanish during the summer. Also in summer, pleasure boats sail between Cabo San Antonio and Denia up to 3 times a day. There are a number of activities for children in the Benidorm area which include Mundomar Marine Park, Aqualandia Water Park and Terra Mitica 'historical' theme park. El Vergel safari park is 20 minutes north (near Denia) and also in the area are a number of go-karting tracks. Valencia City is well worth a visit for the Central Market, and the 'Oceanographic (spectacular aquarium) that forms part of the City of Arts and Sciences.
Within 10 minutes drive of the villa is Javea Golf Club situated between Moraira and Javea and is open all year round. The course is a 9 hole, par 72 and 3,035 metres and is easy to play and relatively flat. The Olazabal designed La Sella Golf Course is 15 minutes drive inland near the village of Jesus Pobre. The course has 18 holes, par 72 and is 6,029 metres. The course although flat has many trees and water obstacles and presents a very good challenge. Within a half hour drive north in Oliva is Oliva Nova Golf Club, designed by Seve Ballesteros. This testing course has 18 holes, is par 72 and 7,051 metres. Near Benidorm you have the two new Real de Faula championship courses (long and short courses) which are also highly recommended.
Moraira is part of the municipality of Teulada, situated about four miles inland. In earlier times the centres of population were situated away from the coasts to offer some protection from marauding pirates and invaders - Romans, Moors, Berbers etc. Moraira developed as the fishing port for Teulada, and both the lookout tower (Torre-vigia) on Cap d'Or overlooking Moraira's El Portet beach, and the Castle are reminders of the past. In more recent times this quiet and peaceful fishing port has become a busy yet pleasant resort. Javea itself is a small, historic town , free of high rise buildings offering a relaxing holiday and contact with a friendly and forthcoming local population. Javea old town is steeped in history, with tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings. The Arenal area is the commercial and tourist part of Javea.
Airport: 95 kilometres
Beach: 2 kilometres
Golf: 4 kilometres
Shops: 1 kilometre