|Minimum Stay||4 - 7 nights|
Villa Sol y Luna is nestled on the wooded slopes of the Mount Montgo, overlooking a wide fertile valley. The villa is set on 3,500 square meters of land situated in a quiet hillside community of private villas, where it is the last house at the end of a small private road. It sits in a typical Mediterranean garden with exceptional panoramic views from all points, providing a private, peaceful setting for relaxing days by the pool.
If you don?t feel like cooking there are good local restaurants at the bottom of the hill and the Villa is also ideally situated just 10 minutes from the town, port and beaches of Javea and is just a short drive to nearby facilities for those seeking more varied holiday activities.
Villa Sol y Luna is a traditional Spanish style home with its own special charm. The house is divided into two separate living units, and it is the spacious ground floor unit by the pool that is available for holiday rent. There is complete privacy as the owners will not be in residence whilst the lower area is rented. The unit for rent is 150 square meters and is perfect for up to 6 people, with 2 air-conditioned bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a comfortable pullout double trundle bed in the living room. It has an open plan dining area and fully equipped kitchen. There is a covered patio entrance that opens onto the pool terraces. Villa Sol y Luna provides everything you would need for an ideal holiday.
The spacious main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, and is furnished with 2 single beds, a dressing table, chest of draws and built-in wardrobe. The second bedroom also has 2 single beds, built in wardrobe, and chest of draws, it has direct access to the second bathroom and looks out onto the pool area. Both bedrooms have air-conditioners and fly screens. The bathrooms have baths and shower facilities.
The living area is split level. The lower level has a comfortable twin trundle-bed, a sofa, two arm chairs, coffee tables, a large bookcase with cable TV, stereo, DVD, free Internet WiFi and a choice of books. It has two sets of large sliding glass doors leading out into the garden. The upper level is the dining area which leads directly into the kitchen and out onto the covered porch overlooking the pool.
The kitchen has an open arch leading to the dining area. It is fully equipped with fridge / freezer, microwave, mini oven, hob, toaster, kettle and washing machine plus everything you would need on holiday to prepare and serve meals.
The decor is modern and stylish, using bright colours in the living area and cooler soft green and blue tones in the bedrooms. The floors are marble, terrazzo and tiled throughout, with a terracotta stone patio and stone garden terraces.
There is a large 11 meter swimming pool with surrounding multileveled terraces for sunbathing on the sun beds, relaxing under the umbrella and enjoying the unspoilt mountain and valley views.
A covered porch, equipped with table and chairs, is ideal for outdoor meals. Wonderful vistas can be found from the front garden providing the perfect spot for cocktails while viewing spectaclar sunsets or just reading - in peace. You could not ask for more to make it a perfect holiday setting!
Prices indicated are per property
Reservation fee: 30 %
Pay balance 6 weeks before arrival
Refundable security deposit: 300 ?
Final cleaning is included in the price
Payment methods accepted: credit or debit card, bank transfer
Before paying, call the owner to confirm payment details.
Beach towels available on request: 7 ? each
Welcome pack provided: 25 ? (bread, milk, eggs, juice, etc.)
Lives and in Madrid and runs her own business with her husband.
Hazel Flack purchased this villa in 0
The property was built by my parents and has been in our family for over 40 years. The family continue to use the villa at different times of the year, it is a wonderful place for a holiday and to get away from it all.
Peacefull retreat and everything you want for a good holiday. My suggestions are an illuminated keypad if arriving in the dark, a clue where the safe is,the literature stated satelite TV but only one channel available
Javea is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings offering a relaxing holiday atmosphere. The local people are friendly and affable. The clean, warm, blue Mediterranean Sea laps the beautiful beaches and coves that Javea has to offer.
With its variety of landscape, ranging from sandy coastlines to rugged mountain areas, its mild year-round climate, its careful planning policies and extensive tourist facilities, Javea is a jewel on the Costa Blanca, combining beauty and modern facilities with the charm of an ancient fishing village.
The town is situated between the San Antonio and La Nao points and enjoys the impressive and magnificent protection of Mount Montgo.
Approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes drive from Alicante towards the north-eastern tip of the Costa Blanca.
Javea old town is steeped in history and it is evident in the architecture, with its Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings. The church of San Bartolome; in the town centre is an example of late gothic architecture with a defensive character. The Archaeological Museum is close by in the narrow streets and offers a wealth of information about Iberian history.
Dominating the fishing port is the modern silhouette of the church of Nuestra Señora de Loreto, with its roof depicting a ships hull. Outside the town, following the road to the San Antonio cape, the architectural sites include the monastery of Nuestra Señora de los Angeles, a series of small hermitages clutch the slopes of the mountain and ancient windmills dominate the landscape.
In the centre of town the covered indoor market sells all sorts of fabulous fresh local produce: fruit, vegetables, meat and fresh fish are brought up from the port daily.
Port and Marinas
The importance of the town's maritime activities is apparent in the port area; known as Aduanas de Mar, it boasts a lovely promenade and some excellent fish restaurants where you can enjoy the catch of the day.
The fishing harbour is situated next to a attractive marina full of interesting yachts, a lovely area for a morning or evening stroll.
Pavement cafés and bars overlooking the Mediterranean invite you to sit and have a drink and just enjoy the ambience of the port.
The Arenal area offers a beautiful sandy bay with palm trees and play areas for children. The bay is framed by the promenade with its wonderful choice of bars and restaurants offering national and international specialities.
Javea is a great place to shop with an excellent choice of shops and boutiques.
Javea has an excellent choice of sea sport and fishing facilities. The modern yacht club at the sports marina has nearly 300 berths and offers all types of water sports: sailing, fishing, scuba diving, water skiing, and windsurfing.
There are a number of sports clubs and associations in the area where you can enjoy a game of tennis, horse-riding and even shooting.
Just outside the town, surrounded by pines and orange groves, the Javea Golf Club offers a pleasant setting for golfers. There are several other golf courses within easy access of Javea.
The Javea town fiesta is held during the second fortnight of July and is an occasion for feasting, dancing, parades, music and fireworks, as are the Moors and Christians parades at the end of August.
28 April and 3 May Javea pays homage to Jesus the Nazarene and from 1 to 8 September, the town celebrates their patroness Our Lady of Loreto.
The local cuisine of Javea is typically that of the Costa Blanca, which combines delicacies from both land and the Mediterranean Sea. Many civilizations have lived in this area (Celts, Iberians, Greeks, Romans, Muslims), all of which have all left their mark on the gastronomy.
The diet in Denia is a healthy Mediterranean one; the Costa Blanca is rich in fish, vegetables, olive-oil, rice and fruit and the ingredients which are all used to prepare delicious, healthy dishes, such as Paella Valenciana, Arroz Negro (black rice), Arroz al horno (Oven baked rice), Arroz a banda (fish and rice stew), Arroz del Señoret (Princes rice).
Aside from seafood, typical dishes include succulent lamb chops, rabbit in garlic, roast leg of lamb with garlic and fresh rosemary, and home made sausages and black puddings.
If you have a sweet tooth then you will enjoy the local homemade pastries and deserts that the whole region is famous for. Or Jijona ice-cream (Nougat), which is made with the almonds of the region.
Whilst in Javea we recommend you try the local wine selection on offer, especially Jalon wine a which is of high quality with a lovely bouquet.
There are many international restaurants in the town offering a wide choice of different cuisines from around the world.
Javea enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with cool sea breezes in summer and protection by surrounding mountains against the cold North winds in winter. The area averages nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and the average temperature easily exceeds 20 degrees.
In 1986 the World Health Organisation recommended the climate of the area as one of the most equitable in the world - neither too hot in the summer nor too cold in the winter. On average it can boast 325 sunny days each year making it an ideal all year round destination
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£259|