Moraira, Valencian Community
New on holiday rental market ...
This is a 4 bedroom villa, recently renovated to a very high standard, which the new Norwegian owners want to offer for rent to guests looking for a high degree of comfort, space and convenience.
As the pictures show, the villa is furnished with high standard furniture both inside and outside. The property benefits from sun all day, has a beautiful pool, and a large, secluded outdoor area ideal for enjoyable dining.
The villa has 2 floors -
The top floor consists of a master double bedroom with modern en suite bathroom containing large shower cubicle, designer bathroom fixtures, toilet and towel rail. The bedroom overlooks a large balcony with sea views and views of the pool and pool area.
The ground floor consists of:
3 double bedrooms, 3 newly renovated bathrooms and one separate toilet. All 3 bedrooms have direct access to the pool, pool area and garden.
The kitchen and laundry room are modern and fully equipped with everything needed for a great vacation and with some extras
The cosy living / dining room is tastefully decorated and features a fireplace and a large flat screen SMART TV. Via large glass doors you go directly from the living room out to the terrace and pool area, where there is outdoor dining and covered terrace with comfortable seating. The entire outdoor area has dimmed evening lighting.
The pool is tiled in white with Roman steps leading down to the shallow end (1.2 meters) sloping to 2.1 meters at the deeper end. The pool area is completely secluded and with very good space to sunbathe and relax. In addition to plenty of sun loungers, for 8 there is also a comfortable day bed.
The pool area has direct access to two roof terraces on different levels with beautiful sea views, where you can relax and have a drink during the day, watch the sun go down in the evening, - or escape the rest of the guests and enjoy some alone time.
The villa is located in a very quiet road, with private parking for 3 - 4 cars and only 250 meters from the local beach (L 'Andrago). A number of local cocktail bars and trendy restaurants are within very short walking distance.
It is a short 10-minute walk (3 minutes by car) to the centre of the beautiful, picturesque non-commercial town of Moraira, which has plenty of shops and excellent restaurants. Just beyond is the beautiful El Portet Bay, where it is absolutely wonderful to enjoy a meal or an afternoon glass of your favourite tipple!!!!
Moraira is an hour's drive from Alicante Airport and slightly more from Valencia.
The villa is ideally situated to explore the rest of the Costa Blanca or even go further afield to Madrid, Seville to name a couple of places, here are a few examples
MORAIRA- attracts and captivates both the holidaymaker and those wishing for a new lifestyle on the Costa Blanca. Although the sleepy little fishing village is no more, it still retains a wealth of charm, beauty, peace and friendly locals. Dotted with pine trees, bejewelled with sandy and rocky coves along the coast road, it uses the beautiful blue Mediterranean as its canvas. Modern additions to the village, such as buildings, road systems etc have been thoughtfully planned and executed by the town hall, granting no permission for any high-rise structures to spoil the skyline.
Moraira has a wide choice of restaurants and bars to choose from in the town and surrounding area. You can find English, Italian, French, German and Spanish cuisine. So whether you are looking for a traditional Sunday lunch, or want to try typically Spanish Paella, you are spoilt for choice. There are some great restaurants around the harbour, offering fresh locally caught fish, and some good priced Menu del Dias to be found. There is also a market in the main car park every Friday morning, where you can buy locally produced fruit and veg amongst many other things.
Moraira has its fair share of fiestas, the most famous being the Moors and Christians in June. People line the streets to watch the marching parades, listen to the bands, see the stunning, colourful costumes and generally have a good time. The firework displays are always excellent, and always very loud! The aqua firework display is beautiful, with fireworks being set off over Moraira's main beach.
The Moraira Festival is in early July lasting about 4 days again with lots of fireworks etc
GATA de GORGOS - is located in the northern Costa Blanca, Spain in the region of Valencia and is situated on the N332 coastal road just inland of Denia and Javea, it can be reached from junctions 62 and 63 of the AP-7 motorway.
JAVEA - is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings offering a relaxing holiday and contact with a friendly and forthcoming local population. The old town is steeped in history, with Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings. The church of San Bartolemé in the town centre is an example of late gothic with a defensive character.
The "Soler Blasco" Archaeological Museum is close by in the narrow streets and offers a wealth of information about the Iberian history. Nearby you can find the covered indoor market selling all sorts of household goods, fruit, vegetables, meat and fresh fish brought up from the Port daily.
The importance of the town’s maritime activities can be seen in the port zone, known as Aduanas de Mar with its lovely sea promenade and its various fish restaurants. Aduanas del Mar is the area generally known as the Port. The harbour where the fishing boats dock with their daily catch lies next to the very attractive marina full of interesting boats.
Dominating the fishing port is the modern silhouette of the church of Nestra Senora de Loreto; with a roof imitating a ship’s hull. Outside the town, following the road to the San Antonio cape, the architectural sites include the monastery of Nuestra Senora de Los Angeles, a series of small hermitages clutching the slopes of the mountain and some ancient windmills.
The wonderful maritime architecture of the Santa Maria de Loreto church, with a roof imitating a ship’s hull must be seen, and is well worth a visit.
Pavement cafés and bars overlooking the Mediterranean invite you to sit and have a drink and just enjoy the ambience of the Port, after completing your shopping.
The Arenal area is the commercial and tourist part of Javea .The beautiful, sandy bay is planted with palm trees and has play areas for children. The bay is fringed by the promenade with its wonderful choice of bars and restaurants offering national and international specialities. Interesting shops, boutiques and restaurants abound.
DENIA - Situated in the Northern Costa Blanca region of Spain is the popular Mediterranean town of Denia with its 20 km or so of fine sandy beaches, rocky bays and coves, it is a huge draw for holidaymakers of all nationalities. Having a population of around 30,000 people, Denia was, up until the 1960's, just a small fishing town with some agriculture and toy manufacture to help with its economy. The tourism industry exploded in the 1960's and Denia along with many other towns in the area underwent great changes to adapt to this new business.
BENIDORM- Modern day Benidorm is now the biggest tourist resort in Europe, with in excess of four million visitors each year, it outstrips all other coastal destinations. Benidorm's 5 km of clean sandy beaches are lined with towering hotels and apartment blocks which pay testimony to its growth and economic success.
ALTEA - a lovely fishing village not destroyed by skyscrapers, because local law forbids building more than six floors. Because there are only a few hotels Altea has kept clear of the mass tourism on the Costa Blanca. During the summer months every night on the small cosy plaza in the old centre there is a (original) handicraft market. All around the plaza situated at the highest point of the village are different bars and restaurants, from where you have a wonderful view of the Med.
Every Tuesday there is a market on the sea boulevard.
ALICANTE - The second largest city in the province of Valencia with a population of around 300,000, Alicante has the look and feel of a modern city, however its modern look hides a history that goes back to the 4th Century BC. The city sits neatly beside the Mediterranean Sea, proudly guarded by mountains which explains its history as an important sea port and trading centre.
GUADALEST - Twenty-five kilometres inland from Benidorm in the foothills of the Sierra de Aitana mountain range you will find the picturesque village and ‘Castell de Guadalest’. This famous fortress was built by the Moors nearly 1,300 years ago and it was then only accessible through a 15 meter long tunnel through solid rock.
ALCOY (Alcoi) - The capital of the L’Alcoia region of the Alicante province on the Northern Costa Blanca, Spain, Alcoy is the biggest industrial town in the area, with a population of approximately 60,000 it is located about 48 km north of Alicante. Alcoy sits on a promontory between two rivers - the Barchell and the Molonar, and numerous bridges span the rivers and ravines of Alcoy, earning it its name “the city of bridges”.
TERRA MITICA - This is a must for all children and for those young at heart. It is full of the latest rides & thrills … similar to Disney World. It is just outside Benidorm - junction 65A on the AP7.
For the Golf enthusiasts, there is a 9 hole course in Moraira and other larger courses within easy distance
We had a fantastic stay in the villa. It worked perfectly for us as a family and the kids loved the pool. The house has loads of space and the terraces are great for an evening drink. Plenty of bars and restaurants nearby if you don't fancy the short walk into Moraira. We will be back.
We had a wonderful time in the amazing Hideaway. The villa had everything we needed, and more, with our fabulous hosts Ray and Barry being just a call away if we needed anything.If I had one complaint it would be that we had to leave!I hope we are able to visit again in the not too distant future
We were a group of 6 ladies (over 50!). The villa has everything we wanted to relax and enjoy our stay. Lots of villas nearby so we didn't feel remote, but still very private. 10 minute walk into Moraira but there are also beautiful restaurants and bars within a 2/3 minute walk. Ray & Barry were lovely and the on-line grocery ordering via Pepe La Sal saved our lives!! We loved this villa and would highly recommend.
This villa was exactly what we were looking for. Spacious, well thought out, immaculate with everything you could need for a family holiday . Near to everything and super communication from the host. We didn’t need a car as everything is on the doorstep. The local bakers does great bread and you are spoilt for choice with bars and restaurants. The pool is delightful and an evening during on one of the terraces rounds off a perfect day here.
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