Lovely villa set on a well established private estate, with beautiful pool, tennis court and well maintained gardens. The villa benefits from a private rear terrace to have breakfast in the sun, and to the front, a terrace to sit with a chilled glass of wine as the sunsets over the mountains, an experience not to be missed.
The villa's sunny lounge on the first floor has light from both sides of the property with views over the mountain, the kitchen is set to one side which is fully equipped, a further kitchen area can be found downstairs which incorporates an oven. There is also a barbeque for alfresco dining.
Close to beaches and Calpe town which has many shops, bars and restaurants
Flights into Valencia maybe cheaper than into Alicante and well worth checking both as your airport to fly into.
Valencia is about 1hr 15 mins travelling time Alicante is about 50 minutes to reach the villa by car. Hope this helps to save some money towards your holidays. Happy hols..
Places of Interest: Places of interest a must to visit on your holiday is the beautiful village of Guadalest, occupying one of the most stunning positions in Spain, this small village is perched on the pinnacle of a granite mountain, giving fabulous views across the valley carved out by the River from which the village takes its name.The old village and castle is accessed through a tunnel carved from the rock and when you reach the other end and see the ancient houses, you seem to have been transported to another age. The jalon valley and the safari Parks at Aitana and Vergel are a must for the kids along with the theme park Terra Mitca and the water park of Agulandia.
Don't forget a look around the market at Calpe on a Saturday til 1pm and weekly at Moraira and Altea.
Nightlife: Whether you prefer to chill out, watch the sun go down with a glass of wine at the villa, or head for Calpe where you will find a range of pubs, and restaurants from all nationalities, English, Chinese, Italian, Dutch, we recommend the Calpe Steak House, along with Puerto Blanco by the little marina. Also about 30min south is the town of Benidorm, where you can enjoy an evening out at the Benidorm Palace, and watch a spectacular show with meal, wine and champagne included.
Fiesta's: The three biggest summer fiestas takes place on June 24th (the Feast of San Juan), July 16th which sees a celebration in honour of La Virgen del Carmen and August 5th when the town stages a fiesta in honour of La Virgen de las Nieves.
Later in the year normally in October is the Moor's and Christian's carnival, we have been and thought it was awesome.
If you're holidaying around these dates you'll be able to enjoy the riot of colour, noise and chaos which typifies a Spanish fiesta. The streets become the stage for a musical extravaganza of bands, processions, parades and fireworks.
And the party continues even if you visit Calpe out of season. January 5th sees one of the biggest celebrations of the year - the Feast of the Three Kings (Los Tres Reyes) which is more important to the Spanish than Christmas Day.