lovely Spanish flat with 3 bedrooms that can sleep 6 people in historic town Sagunto just 30 mins from Valencia , Flat has fully equipped kitchen with washing machine and fridge/freezer, microwave, dining room that has a small balcony where you can sit and relax, Close to bars and restaurants, historical sites and transport. English and Spanish TV and ceiling fans in all rooms except the kitchen
- english, spanish interpreter if needed
- Calendar last updated:
- 17 Dec 2018
we are a English couple living in Spain. we speak a little Spanish but do have friends who can translate if necessary, we will welcome our guests at the rental flat and show them around and leave them with a welcome pack . We are just a phone call away if needed .
Why Owner chose Sagunto
we holidayed here and just fell in love with the place, it had everything we needed, shops, restaurants, supermarkets, transport, all within walking distance, family nightlife and amazing historical monuments
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Tienes aparcamiento en la puerta
La playa a 5 minutos en coche
Estas en el centro del pueblo
El piso es muy grande y tienes de todo
Los dueños muy amables
Rita’s home is located in Sagunto, Valencian Community, Spain.
Capital of the district of camp de Morvedre, sagunt is located in the northern partagunt of Valencia province at the foot of a hill belonging to the Sierra Calderón and. Sagunto (also named Sagunto in Castilian) is a town which offers a tow millennia history written in ancient stone, a town of contrasts and contradictions for it is both modern and ancient, new and old, rural and preterite further inland, close to the sea having extended its tentacles to the shore of the Mediterranean. With over 2000 years of history Sagunto has a wide range of monuments which can transport the visitor back in time, it's simply a question of given free reign to your imagination. The castle fortress ruins wind round the ridge above Sagunto, practically one kilometre, a silent witness to the battle between saguntum and Hannibal, and the foundations for later constructions made by the Romans, goths, moors and Christians and was declared a national monument in 1931.The roman theatre was constructed in the 1st century, this was the first archaeological site in Spain to be declared a national monument in 1896 it was skillfully built into the curve of the mountainside and offers exceptional accustics for the staging of plays and concerts. the museum contains ceramics from the bronze age found at the settlement and Liberian limestone sculpture from the 14th century a totem figure representing a bull. the museum's romans holding however are much more numerous and of super quality Sagunto is quintessentialy Spanish and participates in most of the fiestas to celebrate the arrival of spring. Local fallas are held from the 15th/19th March, fireworks, colour, gunpowder and merry making are the key notes. The moors and the Christians festivities are from the first Sunday in October and the medieval market. There is also a Easter parade, San Juan and many more, this is to name but a few.