Villa Trencal Jávea, aircon, pool, fantastic view

From $149 / night

Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

Type: Villa

Villa Trencal Jávea, aircon, pool, fantastic view

Stunning views across Jávea bay to Mt Montgó³. "Twinkle" effect is amazing at night. Chill out in the infinity pool. well equipped inc AIRCON in bedrooms, Wi-Fi & UK TV. Close to shops, restaurants and beaches.

Located in El Trencal, the villa is in a privileged position with panoramic views across Javea, and yet only 2 Kms from the quiet Barranca Beach. The main attractions of Javea, the Arenal Beach and Promenade are a short drive away.

The big (12,40m) private "infinity" swimming pool has side steps that are perfect for just lounging on, cooling off. Floating in the pool you can imagine you are floating out to sea!

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About the owner

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Villa Trencal Jávea, aircon, pool, fantastic view
Javea, Valencian Country, Spain

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Additional Location Information

Jávea has long been the destination of choice for discerning visitors who are not interested in mass-market resorts. Holidays in the area centre around the family, and visitors to the area spend hours at their private villa enjoying the privacy and their own company. For those seeking more, the Arenal beach area and the Aduanas Port areas both offer numerous bars and restaurants. There is the sandy Arenal beach, and numerous rocky coves including the beautiful Granadella beach. Boats and pedaloes are available for hire at the Arenal beach. Each year Jávea celebrates several fiestas. Ones not to be missed are San Juan, June 18th to 24th, being the main fiesta of the 'old town'. The last night boasts a terrific firework display and the burning of a 'falla'. During July there is the colourful Moors and Christians festival and 1st to 8th September is the Virgen de Loreto, port fiestas. Not to be missed is the last night, 8th September, the firework display is spectacular.
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! Visit Alicante to see the old Castle, or wander around the port. And a little more local, enjoy a drive inland to picturesque Guadalest perched high above a lake. The city of Valencia has many monuments well worth a visit and the city 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!

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: Bilbao / Santander, 470 miles
Nearest airport: Alicante / Valencia, 63 miles
Car is essential



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