Situated on the slopes of Monte Solana in the village of Pedreguer this beautiful private villa is furnished to the highest standards in a contemporary design. The property sleeps 6 in comfort. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Master bedroom with large king size bed & ensuite with bath & shower.
All rooms including bedrooms have air conditioning and heating.
The fully fitted open-plan kitchen includes a dishwasher and washing machine. The open plan dining area features an extendable dining table seating 6 comfortably.
The spacious lounge has an ambiant open log fireplace. Outside, the open terrace around the pool has 6 sun loungers and anti-slip tiles to make the most of the wonderful weather. The large covered terrace with table & chairs (seating 6) overlooks the pool & is the perfect place to watch the children play in the 8x4m square pool which enjoys sun from morning through to evening or to sit and watch the sun set behind the mountains opposite the villa. 5 mins drive to the village of Pedreguer, 10 min drive to Denia's beach, shops & restaurants. Valencia 1hr.
Charming village of Pedreguer: The narrow streets around the village of Pedreguer are a perfect for strolling around and meeting the locals. A weekly market is held in the main square by the old church and there are numerous little shops and tapas bars around every corner.
Something for everyone, there are lots other attractions in the vicinity there including Benidorms Terra Mitica - Europe's newest theme park, Aqualandia Waterpark and Mundomar Exotic Sealife Park within 30 mins drive. There is also a Safari Park 20 mins drive from the villa. The terrain of the Montgo and Jalon valleys provide the perfect environment for mountain biking and walking. 10 minutes drive inland from the villa will take you into the superb scenery of the mountain ranges and 1hr to the fortress village of Guadalest & its15th Century castle.
Denia: Lying beneath the heights of the Montgo natural park, historic, elegant Denia is a far less brash holiday resort than some of its neighbours. Inhabited by the Phoenicians and the Greeks, Denia was named in the honour of thr Roman goddess Diana. English raisin-dealers lived here throughout the 19th century. The towns broad streets and solid buildings date from this time. Denia's main street - the Calle Marques de Campo is a broad tree-lined avenue and is a wonderful place to take an evening stroll around the many shops or sit at one of the cafe's and what the world go by over a cool drink & some tapas or an ice-cream for the children. Denia's famous 15th century castle houses a small archaeological museum. The picturesque old quarter near the fishing port is great to stroll around. From the port you can catch ferries running daily to the Balearic Islands. Or if the beach is more your thing then choose between Les Rotes (clear water off rocks) or La Marineta (safe clean sandy beaches)