Find your holiday home or villa in Pedramala with HomeAway – we have a large selection of accommodation in this desirable part of the Costa Blanca, offering a host of different layouts and styles, from sleek and modern to rustic and traditional. Holiday homes in Pedramala are perfect for families and large groups. There’s ample space, both indoors and outside, while many rentals have the added benefits of secluded gardens and private pools. You can spend days here simply soaking up the sun – but everything else you could need for a blissful holiday is close at hand, with secret coves, golf courses and eye-catching natural scenery convenient to Pedramala holiday homes.
-Beaches. On this stretch of the Costa Blanca you’ll find both long, white sandy beaches and picturesque coves with small pebbles. An appealing sandy beach is L’Ampolla in Rada Moraira, which is 250 metres long, blessed with calmed waters and offering views of the old port. L’Andrago is a lovely cove, with perfectly clear waters and inspiring mountain vistas.
-Food and drink. It’s well worth being adventurous and eating like a local, because this region of has some fantastic cuisine. Rice dishes are especially tasty here, and the seafood is of a very high standard – Arroz Negro is squid simmered with rice, and the squid’s ink is used to dye the whole dish black. This is also the part of Spain that gave the world paella, and continues to be the best place to enjoy one of the country’s most famous dishes.
-Nature. There’s remarkable natural scenery here thanks to the cliffs, mountains and strange rock-forms that run along the coast. You could hike one of the many routes in the Sierra de Bèrnia range, exploring aromatic pine forests or visiting historic hermitages. Calpe should be visited for it gorgeous sandy bay, but you won’t be able to miss the gigantic Rock of Ifach, one of the Costa Blanca’s main natural landmarks.
-Watersports. The coves and cliffs that dominate the scenery are perhaps best admired from the sea on a kayak trip. The clear, calm waters also make for outstanding snorkeling and scuba conditions – Pinets Cove, which is especially shallow, is one of the best for snorkelers, while dive trips are held at La Llobella, perhaps the most secluded cove on this part of the coast.
-Golf. Golf is always an option on the Costa Blanca, and Pedramala is no exception. Club de Golf Ifach is the closest 18-hole course, and was one of the first on the Costa Blanca. It’s a beautiful place to enjoy a round, serenely nestled in woodland and with invigorating views of the mountains and sea. Reachable from Pedramala is Don Canyo in Altea and Las Rejas in Benidorm.
Pedramala holiday villas are in a rugged landscape that creates a micro-climate. It’s an exceptionally sunny place with more than 3,400 hours of sun a year, which is dramatically more than regions in northern Europe. Summer starts in May and lingers for six months, during which time temperatures peak in the low-30s during the hottest period in July and August. The remainder of the year gets mild conditions and more rain, but the transitional months of April and November can be pleasantly warm.
To get to a beach villa in Pedramala from Britain you can use Alicante Airport (ALC), which is about 80 kilometres down the coast from the holiday community. It’s an important international airport, with plenty of routes to and from the UK during the summer, and a few carriers that offer year-round connections. The AP-7 is a coastal motorway that serves the main resorts on this part of Costa Blanca. If you’re using buses then ALSA is a private company with a regular schedule heading up to Calpe.