The villa stands on a large 1050m2 plot in a quiet residential area sited on a plateau just about the town of Jávea and can comfortably accommodate eight adults.
Two En-Suite Double Bedrooms with walk-in showers. One room also has an additional bath as well as a shower.
Each of the 4 bedrooms has independent, remote-controlled air conditioning installed - essential in the very hot summer months if you want to get a good nights sleep
For the winter months, the villa is gas centrally-heated throughout
There is a sofa bed in the main lounge area which can sleep one adult or 2 two small children, with 2 travel cots for babies up to 2-3 years old. Two fold-away camp beds can be placed anywhere providing beds for a further 2 adults.
Large lounge/winter dining area with three large settees (one of which is a sofa bed) and satellite TV. Fully equipped kitchen incl. dishwasher & wash/utility room. Parking for at least 2 large cars. Large naya (covered balcony), patio area and beautiful lawn
Airports & Car Hire: The villa is just over one hours drive from Alicante airport to the south or an hour and a quarter from Valencia airport to the north. Both of these airports are served by low cost airlines such as Jet2, EasyJet, Monarch and RyanAir flying from many locations in the UK. Whilst there is an abundance of reasonably priced taxis available, a car is realistically essential if you want to make the most of your stay. Car hire can be arranged in advance and the vehicle collected from the airport at either Alicante or Valencia. There are numerous, high quality car hire firms in the region and this has led to a highly competitive market.
If you don’t wish to drive to/from the airport, we can arrange to have you collected and returned to the airport for a fee - please request a quotation. Should you wish, you can then arrange your car hire locally in Jávea.
Javea & the Surrounding Area: Jávea is a select, attractive, upmarket villa resort. It has mainly privately owned villas with colourful, mature gardens in quiet residential areas or in secluded countryside at the foot of the Montgo mountain. The old town centre, with its cobbled streets, charming indoor market, fishing harbour and Riviera style yachting marina, is next to the long, white, sandy Playa Arenal, fringed with its long promenade of excellent bars and restaurants. The coastline here is blessed with an intriguing array of inlets, bays and coves, which are well worth exploring. The bay of Porticholl is ideal for the sub-aqua enthusiast and is home to the local diving school. Granadella beach (about 5 mins away) with its small pebbled beach and fish restaurant is a haven for avid sun worshippers and the keen snorkeler. All other water sports are also catered for locally. The wealth of excellent restaurants, sporting facilities, safe beaches and clear seas ensure Jávea's continuing popularity with all ages.