Our villa has equal sized accommodation arranged over two entirely self contained levels. Both levels have two bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and lounge. There is extensive terracing and private a swimming pool with a BBQ, outside shower, garden furniture for al fresco eating and sunloungers by the pool. The entire villa was completely renovated and furnished in 2006. Situated only about 10 minutes inland and equal driving distances from Alacante or Valencia airports. (An hour and a half from either). Panoramic views from the terraces. Parking and all mod cons. The village of Adsubia is only a 10 minute walk away and the thriving market town of Pego is 3 kilometres. Denia is 20 kilometres.
Adsubia is quietly located off the tourist track. There are some lovely walks locally and three championship golf courses nearby. There is lots to see and do in the area. Twelve miles of sandy beach is only a 10 to 15 minute drive. Oliva and Gandia, typically spanish towns where the spanish like to holiday are only a few kilometres away (9 kilometres to Oliva, 15 to Gandia). Javier Port is a great place to eat at night and the beach is good too. There are lots of nice restaurants around including three in Adsubia if you don't fance venturing too far. Pego has good Chinese restaurants (two) as does Olivia and Els Poblets if you fancy a change. There is a good Indian restaurant in Javier. The area is very good for fresh fish and the supermarket in Pego has a fantastic fish counter if you fancy cooking your own or sit in a restaurant and let someone else cook it for you! The Safari Park is just outside Pego and great for adults as well as the children. If you are lucky you might catch a Fiesta... it seems there is always one going on! Benidorm is about a 50 minute drive and worth a visit. The old town is surprisingly delightful and there are some very good restaurants and of course the 'Balcony of Europe' is not to be missed. There are some great waterfalls, good walking and cycling and some good local markets. Pego's is on a Thursday, Oliva is Friday and Gandia is Saturday so you can shop for bargains (shoes and handbags are alway a must but the local produce is pretty fantastic too). The cities of Valencia and Alicante are well worth a visit. The shops and architure in Valencia are amazing. There is a book dedicated to places to go and visit located in the villa. You will never be stuck for things to do but you might also want to spend some of your time simply relaxing by the pool!
We are two women friends, Amy and Carrie, in our middle years. Professional: Optometrist, and Clinical Psychologist. Carrie has three grown up children and a granddaughter. We purchased the villa three years ago as a joint venture and second home (we live in East Anglia, England) and have spent two years renovating it! It's now there for us to enjoy and our idea of home swapping (we have never done it before) appeals to us so that we can begin to travel a bit more beyond spain! We both enjoy travel, experiencing other cultures, food, music. Languages too. Amy speaks French and Greek pretty fluently and a little German. Carrie has a little Greek (nowhere near enough!) We are respectful people and would treat your home and our own. We enjoy the simple things in life and are open to exchanging anywhere away from bars and mass tourism. Although we are two people we would be happy to exchange to a smaller property than our villa which can sleep up to 8.
Our ideal exchange would be to somewhere in Greece (so we can practice our Greek). However, we are open to suggestions. Go on... surprise us.