**New Updates for 2015: Brand New Fitted Kitchen and Family Bathroom to be fitted Feb 2015 ready for the 2015 summer season. Photos will be updated as soon as available.
Also new for 2015, extra pool terracing and new 2mtr tall boundary wall for added privacy across the garden and pool area.
A truly authentic Spanish holiday villa with all the trimmings, Casa Alessa is perfectly positioned in Moraira's beautiful countryside just 1km from the centre of Moraira and 800m from the nearest sandy beach.
Casa Alessa is ideal for those who like the best of both worlds, a quiet peaceful private villa, but also walking distance to all the hustle and bustle of the lovely town centre!
The villa is newly renovated and comes with a brand new large 10m x 5m mosaic swimming pool and large garden making it a perfect haven to relax and unwind.
The villa has 5 large bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, 2 lounges, dining areas etc...
Huge 1st Floor Terrace for outdoor dining.
Large 280m2 villa on huge 1850m2 plot, double most of the plot sizes in Moraira.
Large Swimming Pool, quality furniture throughout, satellite TV UK Channels both in the main house and the apartment. Private Parking, Fully Secured and Alarmed with Electric Gates
Quiet location, all day sunshine on the swimming pool
Our villa is situated in a very popular part of Moraira. It is an honest 10-15min walk down measured at 1km. Though if you wanted to get a taxi home after an evening out, you would be only looking at about 6 euros.
You can choose different routes to walk down to Moraira and if you go the long way (1.2km) then you can take the coast road where you can appreciate the beautiful views right across the beach, harbour, and across to the castle....It really is lovely, and only a little bit further. If you take this route, you will also pass a variety of shops, restaurants, including one of the best Indian Restaurants around, well worth a visit.
Moraira itself has a lovely sandy beach, and if you take the coast road into Moraira, you will also pass a smaller sandy beach closer to the villa. If you fancy a change of scenery you can continue through Moraira following the road around to El Portet where there are a number of small cafes and a small beach. There's not much room to sunbathe here, but it is pretty, and we like to go in the morning for a coffee before things get too busy. The sea here is very shallow, good for children.
There is a big market every friday in Moraira. You will find fresh fruit, fish, meat and cheese stalls, plus clothing, leather goods, and much much more. It is a very good market used by the locals as well as tourists, so well worth a visit. It is located in the centre of Moraira and parking can get busy. Our villa is ideally placed within walking distance, so you can easily get there without having to worry about parking spaces!
Moraira has many good restaurants offering an array of cuisines from around the world. In the summer you may be surprised that many restaurants stay open well beyond midnight so you can take in the last of the day's sunshine before venturing out in the evening if you wish.
Moraira is far from a rowdy resort, but we do have a few late night bars, and a proper open air nightclub a mile or 2 outside the centre for those of you who fancy a few more drinks and a little dance! The bars and clubs are actually pretty good, so if you do want a late night you can have one, and if you want a quiet night, you won't be disturbed.
From the villa, if you walk down to the coast road and walk away from Moraira (turn right at the coast road), you will soon reach L'Andrago (approx 1km from Casa Alessa) this is another beautiful little cove with bars, restaurants, cafes and the odd shop. The Austrian Cafe is highly recommended for a morning coffee and pastry!
If you continue past there a couple of minutes more, you reach a large Mas Y Mas Supermarket, and a little further again gets you up to Pepe La Sal another large supermarket. This area is San Jaime and the Golf course is located nearby.
The coast road from here to Calpe is full of twists and turns as it navigates around the beaches, coves and valleys. If you drive to the Tourist Information Centre (clearly labelled white building on left hand side of road as you head from Moraira to Calpe) then park up, and take a walk along the waters edge foot path. It's a lovely walk, and you can stop off for a drink or spot of lunch along the way at the sports harbour.
If you want to venture out in the car then call over to Javea, the old town is very nice, and the beach is long wide and sandy. Or maybe travel up to Denia, a large port where there are ferries across to Ibiza.
If you fancy a trek further away, then the City of Valencia is about an hours drive away...whatever you fancy doing, Moraira is a great base to start. You are only about 30mins drive from the water parks and theme parks of Benidorm, yet at the same time if you want a peaceful holiday, time away from it all, then you will get all you want from Casa Alessa.
Most people do hire a car when they stay in Moraira, but there are a couple of shuttle services which can be good value for money depending on how many are travelling. We can send details.
Once at our villa, it is NOT necessary to have a car.
Now managed and maintained by us personally, no 3rd parties involved and we are only 30mins away from you during your stay if you need us!
Also Available on a per night basis through October to March, Please contact us for more details or visit our website Casa-Alessa.com
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