Villa Punta Alta

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Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 5

Type: Villa

Villa Punta Alta

The Villa occupies a privileged 2000 qm large, walled and fenced compound on the upper slopes of Mount Montgo on Calle Auriga 21 just next to the nature reserve. The house obliquely to the left, just one lot higher up the mountain is separated from our property by an almost 4 m high white wall. Hence your privavcy is guaranteed. Most areas of house and garden cannot be seen from the road or the neigbouring lots and houses. The villa is just a few minutes drive to the old city centre, the "La Sella" golf links with the Mariott Resort, and the many fabulous beaches. A panoramic view glides over a wide valley with orange and almond plantations and ...Read more

About the owner

Konrad G.

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Villa Punta Alta
Javea, Valencian Country, Spain

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The coastal town of Javea on the northern Costa Blanca is one of Spains most prominent and popular seaside resorts. Many beaches, romantic coves, an intact environment, no highrise buildings and a welcoming population make Javea unique.

From the San Antonio cape to Granadella cove, Jávea is a perfect example of the varied coastline along the Costa Blanca. Jávea-Xàbia’s coast covers a length of 25 km with splendid, perfectly sheer cliffs and quiet waters in which to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea.Sailing, diving or simply swimming can be unique experiences here.

To the north, the coast offers the chance to delve into the depths of the San Antonio cape marine nature reserve. Boats are available for hire at the port, and the schools it houses provide sailing classes. In summer it's possible to sail a boat down the coast as far as Dénia.

The rocky coast with crystal clear waters to the south of the port is perfect for diving whilst the long beach of fine sand further south is ideal for sunbathing and has summer facilities offering windsurfs or paddle boats for rent. The coast is even more beautiful and unspoilt between San Martín and La Nao capes and between the islands of Portichol and Descubridor where the seabed is ideal for diving. This coastline ends with the golden sands and clear waters of the attractive Granadella cove so popular amongst beach-goers.

Two diving clubs, a golf course and plenty of accommodation, bars and restaurants and leisure activities all combine to enhance this highly appreciated tourist resort.

There are several caves in the cliffs at sea level, most noteworthy being Cova Tallada, Cova dels Coloms and Cova dels Orguens.

The quiet waters are ideal for fishing, both in the rocky areas and in the coves and on the breakwater of the port. Fishing enthusiasts traditionally use special places for their fishing, which they call “pesquera.” These are sometimes situated in the most unlikely locations, even on occasion hanging from the cliffs themselves, when long ladders and ropes are used to descend the cliffs to reach them.

Outside of the town center you find rural Spain with orange- and almond plantations, also wine - all protected by the Montgo mountain to the North. The hinterland is mountainous and invites to trecking, exploring caves and even mountaineering-

Javea is equidistant to Alicante and Valencia. Both can be reached easily by motorwayand offer a rich cultural program. Beniordorm to the south offers lots of nightlife, discos and clubs.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby



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