Lovely Classic Spanish Villa

Lovely Classic Spanish Villa

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Villa Alegria is a classic white-washed Spanish villa on the Mediterranean coast of the Costa Blanca. Fabulous beaches, hiking and cycling are all in close proximity of Villa Alegria, or spend your day lounging around the private pool in comfort and relaxation. Villa Alegria offers five double bedrooms and three bathrooms, two kitchens, two lounging areas as well as an outdoor pergola lounging area, outdoor kitchen, and barbeque for all of your cooking needs.
VILLA DESCRIPTION:

Swimming pool, pool terrace and sunbathing area:
The large 5m x 10m private pool is surrounded by a large, spacious terrace with a large Moroccan-inspired pergola lounge where you can relax with a good book or on one of the sun loungers. With the outdoor summer kitchen, it is well equipped for al-fresco dining, containing a fridge, sink, dishwasher, island bar and barbeque. Next to the summer kitchen is an outdoor shower. There are tables and chairs located on ground floor balcony, overlooking the pool. There is an outdoor toilet and sink.

Entrance:
Once inside the grounds, there is a gated driveway for private parking. There are five steps down to gated porch leading to front door which opens into entrance hall.

Living Space:
The main open-plan lounge/dining area is off the entrance hall. It's spacious with traditional furnishings and the beamed ceilings add character. There is a large dining table for seating for ten people. Patio doors and large windows allow plenty of light to flood the room, as well as provide access to the outdoor terrace. The main fully equipped kitchen is adjacent to the entrance hall and has a door leading to a utility area and stairs up to the roof terrace. The lower level, pool level dining/living area is equipped with a kitchenette, which has a hob, fridge/ freezer, microwave and sink.

Bedrooms/ Bathrooms:
The main floor has a double bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and walk in wardrobe. A further double bedroom has plenty of wardrobe space and overlooks the pool. A third bedroom provides twin beds which can also be converted to a super-king bed and also provides large wardrobe space. There is a shared bathroom with a large walk-in shower.
Down the external staircase, there is a lower level annexe with a twin bedroom and a double bedroom which share a separate bathroom. There is also an open plan living/dining room and kitchenette.
Bed linens provided.
Bath and hand towels provided.
Iron and ironing board.
Wifi
AIR CONDITIONING
Satellite TV with BBC and ITV
Safe
CD Player
DVD Player
Washing machine
Dishwasher
Microwave
Hairdryers
Alarm System
Outdoor lighting
Charcoal barbecue
Pool Size : 33 x 17 feet
Pool Depth: Min 3.5 feet
Max 7 feet

LOCATION:
The Villa is located in the Adsubia area of Javea with a couple of restaurants a few minutes away by car. It is also less than a 5 minute's drive to the Arenal Beach. The beach-side promenade is lined with a never-ending choice of restaurants, bars and shops, overlooking the bay. A choice of alternative beaches plus Javea Port and the Old Town are also within a short drive.

LOCATION FEATURES:
Local Markets and shopping:
There is a supermarket just over a mile away to stock up on those holiday essentials. The market comes to Javea every Thursday morning, which is a great place to buy local products and clothing.
Bars and Restaurants:
Javea has so much choice when it comes to bars and restaurants, ranging from Michelin starred options to simple tapas places. There are several traditional venues where you can enjoy a tasty Spanish paella or a steak from Galicia, known for its top-quality beef. There are plenty of seafood options and fresh, locally caught seafood is available in many places, caught right in the bay of Javea.
You will find many restaurant options in the Arenal Promenade, the Port, as well as the historic old town.

Beaches:
The Arenal Beach is marvellous for children with the shallow waters and it has been awarded the Blue Flag for cleanliness. Both La Calla and La Grava beaches are within a short drive, if you fancy a change of scenery, or why not try kayaking or paddle boarding at Granadella beach, a pebble beach which has been voted one of the best beaches in Spain for several years running.

Family Fun:
There is so much to do as a family including go-kart racing, horse riding, water sports, mini golf, tennis, and padel tennis ( a cross between tennis and squash). Alternatively, you could simply stay and relax at the villa and enjoy your own private pool.

Places of Interest:
Javea is set at the most easterly tip of Spain approximately the same distance between the beautiful cities and airports of Valencia and Alicante for flying and traveling ease. The old town offers historical tours, as well as chances to stroll through the shady streets and view the white-washed houses of the town. Along the high street, the Calle Mayor, you will find plenty of boutique shops and restaurants.

Golf:
There are 2 golf courses local to Javea. Club de Golf Javea is a 9-hole golf course or you can visit the award-winning Marriott La Sella Golf and Spa Resort.

Other Activities:
Mount Montgo rises above Javea with its orange and grey rock resembling the head of an elephant. There are many signposted walks on the slopes of this National Park and you can even climb the mountain if you wish.
Villa Alegria is also located 500 metres from Granadella Natural Park, in which you can enjoy strolls through the pathways of this natural park with 360 degree views of the sea and mountains.

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  1. We are both well travelled, have both worked in foreign aid humanitarian relief, been in business, enjoy music, travel, sailing, skiing and good health.

  2. We love exploring new places, love culture and love to immerse ourselves in the region of where we are visiting.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Jávea (Xàbia in Valenciano) has long been considered one of the jewels of the Costa Blanca, an oasis of natural beauty set along some 25 kilometres of stunning coastline and nestling below the awesome hulk of the mountain of El Montgó, more than 750m high and protecting the town from the fierce northerly winds of winter. The UN's World Health Organisation once declared that Javea's micro-climate could be considered near-perfect and thus one of the healthiest in the world. Average daily highs hover around the 30°c during July and August and rarely drop below 16°c in the winter whilst the town basks in an average of 320 days of sunshine per annum - perfect for a holiday whatever the time of year. And boasting a history stretching back many thousands of years, Jávea offers something for everyone.

Buzzy restaurants
numerous restaurants and bars. Enough to visit a new one every day of the year!
Cool bars
Many bars along the promenade of the Arenal Beach
Cozy cafés
many cafes for a relaxing morning coffee
Retail therapy
shopping available in Javea. Commercial shopping centre located 15 minutes away in Ondara
Bit of culture
Jávea has so much to offer the visitor besides the sun, sea and wonderful beaches. It boasts a history stretching back thousands of years which can be explored in the town's municipal museum in the heart of its delightful historic centre. With over 25 kilometres of winding coastline, Jávea offers some stunning scenery with high cliffs and hidden coves, a wide sandy beach and one of the best beaches in Spain in La Granadella. To the north the high mountain of Montgó dominates with its summit within reach to all with a bit of determination whilst Jávea offers plenty of scope for walking with over 40 kilometres of official trails. In this section, we explain what Jávea offers aside from sun, sea and sangria.
Walks in the park
Jávea offers so much more than sea, sun and sangria. From the huge hulking mass of Montgó which extends its protective arm into the sea to the wide open natural spaces of Granadella to the south, the municipality offers plenty of scope for walkers of all ages and all abilities. Five official routes exist, almost 45km of trails opening up the beauty of both the countryside and the coastline and perfect for a brief afternoon saunter along the sea-cliffs or an energetic day-long push to mountain summits. There are short strolls winding through the orange groves of the plain or cultural wanders through the narrow streets of the historic centre. There are more energetic rambles to the castle of Granadella or to the iconic windmills of La Plana as well as the amazing carved carverns of Cova Tallada. And there are challenging scrambles to the great open cavity popularly known as the
Spot of exercise
For those who want a bit of adventure without too much effort, Jávea offers a number of opportunities to experience just a little bit more of its natural beauty. The remains of Granadella Castle sit at the end of a promontory which guards the cove of the same name and can be reached by a dramatic path which clings to steep cliffs. The amazing Cova Tallada on the northern flanks of the Cabo de San Antonio can be reached using an exciting loop which also takes in the old watchtower of Torre del Gerro whilst there is an exciting steep ascent to the cavity of Cova Ampla, popularly referred to as the 'Eye of Montgó'. And of course there are iconic windmills that sit about the town.
Day tripping
Jávea has a lot to offer but there is some fantastic countryside to discover within just a short car journey. There are some hidden and not so hidden gems nestling amongst the inland mountains, including the amazing village of Guadalest and wonderful waterfalls of Algar. To the south is the infamous town of Benidorm with all the attractions of a big resort, such as the water slides of Aqualandia and the exciting rides of Terra Mitica as well as the animals of Mundomar and Terra Natura. Alicante has its castle and famous port whilst a short journey to the north is the historic city of Valencia with its old quarter complemented by the modern City of Arts and Sciences. In this section, we make our own recommendations to explore more of the Costa Blanca.The ferry to the Balearic Islands is a short drive away to Denia.

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