Villa Jacaranda Moraira, air-con, pool & UK TV

From $226 / night

Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 8

Type: Villa

Villa Jacaranda Moraira, air-con, pool & UK TV

Villa Jacaranda sleeps up to 8 people in 4 bedrooms all with a/c, and with 4 bathrooms. Situated between Moraira and Calpe, this is a spacious four bedroom villa with Private Swimming Pool. The big garden is fully walled/fenced and gated, and the pool and surrounding areas are quite private. The terraces offer views towards the sea and the Penon d'Ifach at Calpe.

The front door goes in to a hallway and from here an arch goes through to the comfortably furnished lounge. Another archway leads through from the lounge to the dining room. Double doors lead out from the lounge and dining room to a large terrace that wraps around the villa. This terrace ...Read more

About the owner

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Villa Jacaranda Moraira, air-con, pool & UK TV
Benissa, Valencian Country, Spain

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Moraira was once the sleepy fishing port for Teulada. Now it is a delightful holiday resort. Careful town planning has put a stop to high rise buildings, and the surrounding hills are dotted with whitewashed villas. Moraira’s two fine sandy beaches at Portet and Ampolla are complemented by numerous rocky coves where snorkelling is a delight. In the evening wander around the village and port or spend a Friday morning browsing through the stalls at the weekly open-air market. Restaurants and bars of all types abound in and around Moraira. Calpe to the south or Jávea to the north are just a few minutes drive away. Plan your holiday around the spectacular Moors & Christians festival celebrated around the 2nd or 3rd week in June.
The Peñon d'Ifach looks majestically down on Calpe's ancient fishing port, full of culture and history. However, it has leapt in to the 21st century to become a popular beach resort, at the same time maintaining the charm of its old town and port. Apart from the fantastic sandy beaches that Calpe offers there are numerous coves and small rocky beaches along the coastline. Take the small train to Altea along the scenic coastline or catch one of the boats in the port to either Denia, Jávea or Benidorm. Drive in your own car to the mountain village of Guadalest stopping on route for a traditional meal at one of the many typical restaurants. Don't miss the 'Fiesta de la Cerveza' from 7th to 17th October, not unsimilar to the German Oktoberfest. Other fiestas in Calpe to look out for are the Moors and Christians 21st to 24th October and the Virgen de los Nieves 4th to 14th August.
The Northern Costa Blanca has long been a popular holiday destination for Spaniards and foreigners alike. The area is still famous for its Valencia oranges that are exported all over the world. Within half hour's drive is Benidorm where a fun day out is guaranteed with a visit to Terra Mitica (theme park), Aqualandia (water park), Terra Natura or Mundomar. And in the evening a trip to Benidorm Palace where a spectacular cabaret is performed - not to be missed! There are also many inland mountain villages just a short dirve away for those wanting to have a taste of the 'real' Spain. The city of Valencia has many monuments well worth a visit and is also a great place to go shopping. And not too far away is Buñol where the world famous 'Tomatina' fiesta is celebrated each year on the last Wednesday of August. It is also possible to visit Barcelona or Madrid by train in a day!

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby



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