During the past few years, La Finca has been transformed from a Spanish farming estate into two luxury, fully equipped adjoining villas. The water well and old Tosca stone walls, however, have remained, as well as the citrus trees – a testament to La Finca's hundred year farming history.
With 15 renovated double rooms and one studio apartment La Finca is equally comfortable for groups from 10 up to 36 people. The two adjoining villas have their own kitchen and dining room but are always rented out as one place.
Taking a step outside your rooms you can take a dip in your own (heated) swimming pool, relax in the Sauna, have a siesta under your own palm trees – and why not enjoy a drink in our new outside “barbeque area”.
The property has its own private villa manager who makes sure that the property is in top condition. The villa manager will welcome you to your holiday home and is always reachable if you need assistance during your stay or if you wish to be given recommendations and information about the local area.
Our two villas are located but a stone's throw from the Mediterranean town of Jávea on the northern part of the Costa Blanca. The lush, green landscape is host to one of Europe's best year-round climates, and with a mere hour´s journey from both Alicante and Valencia, the trip to La Finca puts little strain on both schedules and wallets.
Supermarkets and dining: There are several stores nearby for day-to-day grocery shopping needs. The closest is Mercadona, a mere 2 kilometres away, on the same road as La Finca. In the historical centre of Jávea (1,5 km away) you will find an indoor market where you can explore and sample your way through freshly caught fish, meat and fresh vegetables. If you wish to take a break from the kitchen and grill, the area also boasts a wide range of restaurants of which the local “Casita Paco” lies within a comfortable walking distance. With the help of our catering company you can even book paella nights, barbecues, and other mealtime arrangements.
Jávea: Jávea (or Xabia in Valenciano) is the jewel of the Costa Blanca, combining beauty and modern facilities with the charm of an ancient fishing village. Although popular, Jávea does not get as crowded as some of the other Costa Blanca resorts and will suit those looking for a quieter holiday but still with plenty of facilities.
Jávea is situated on the most easterly point on mainland Spain and is framed by the foothills of the mountain peaks of Montgo and Cap de la Nao. Thanks to the Montgo Mountain barrier, Jávea is sheltered from the continental cold winters and is blessed by sea breezes in the summer. The coastline has scenic rocky coves, natural parks, wonderful beaches and dramatic cliffs. Jávea has been voted 'environmentally near perfect' by the World Health Organisation and boasts 320 days of sunshine a year!
Beaches and Attractions: There are no less than 13 beaches in and around Jávea, every year awarded with the blue flag of the European Union. The horse-shoe shaped beach of the Arenal offers a sandy, friendly beach with restaurants, bars and play areas for children. There are also several small coves with pebbled beaches located in unique secluded places, such as the paradisiacal ‘Granadella’ and ‘Portitxol’.
You can read more about the areas attractions such as hiking, sightseeing, cycling, kayaking, wine tasting, sailing, golf, tennis, motor activities, Valencia, Alicante and amusement parks.