Our villa, Las Palmeras, is situated in a quiet road just a few minutes stroll from the nearest bars and restaurants. There is an excellent supermarket nearby.
The villa is built on 2 levels overlooking the large terrace with dappled shade supplied by the elegant palm trees. Each level has a living room and kitchen and there is a stone built BBQ on the terrace with plenty of sun loungers and dining space. There is air conditioning throughout.
Las Palmeras is perfect for a group of friends or family who wish to enjoy each others company whilst still having space to be private.
5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms sleeps up to 10.
We have cots and highchairs.
The area is delightful, not overly commercialised whilst still providing an abundance of restaurants, bays, beaches and a relaxed ambience. Moraira is a bustling marina town with a weekly market and many small shops.
The region is impressive with many coves and bays and a spectacular mountainous back drop. There are great walks and views from the mountain trails.
Our local Baladrar beach has a restaurant bar that offers snacks, meals and drinks and a programme of live music through the main summer months.
Calpe is 15 minutes down the road and offers 2 large sandy beaches and is a bustling, working town. The old town at the top of the hill is charming with a variety of good restaurants.
Javea is 15 minutes drive away and has a huge beach and lots of bars.
Valencia is a beautiful, historic city definitely worth a visit, unless you can't tear yourself away from the pool ! Just 1 hours drive or why not make use of the swift, punctual train service.
For family fun days out there are a range of theme parks 30 minutes away on the outskirts of Alicante.
Alicante itself is worth a visit, apparently it retains more of it's young peolpe than any other city in Spain therefore is a vibrant and lively city.
Needing some gentle exercise, why not walk the coastal path (this does disappear from time to time and you may find yourself walking amongst the diners at sea side restaurants) .
You could venture into the hills and visit Guadalest, set high in the mountains overlooking a shimmering lake many hundreds of feet below.
Or enjoy the bustling weekly market at Jalon resting amid the almond valley.