Villa in Benissa, Alicante, Costa Blanca North, Spain - The Villa Is Situated Aprox 10 Minutes To Supermarket And Beach 10 Minutes Drive To Moraira Town
Raymond V Gardner
- english, spanish
About Raymond V Gardner
we have lived in Spain for over 20 years and have good knowledge of the area and also this was our home
Raymond V Gardner purchased this Villa in 2014
Why Raymond V Gardner chose Benissa Coast
What makes this Villa unique
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
The character of the coastline, with its stunning cliffs and dramatic headlands, means that the beaches are mainly small coves and bays. The largest beach, Ampolla, is situated right at the centre of the town.With its shallow waters, white sands, children's play area and volleyball court, it is perfect for families. The delightful Portet beach lies in a bay, to the left of the marina, and is just as popular with families.
Benidorm 39 km 44 mins Alicante 90.6 km 1 hour 11 mins Valencia 125 km about 1 hour 30 min hour each way, but on toll roads you can get a bus from Alicante air port Beniconect (0034) 96 585 07 90 Beniconnect.com
Moraira 4,6 km 10 minutes
Denia 29 km 46 minutes
Alicante 77.6 km 1hour
Valencia 117 km 1 hour 29 minutes
The Costa Blanca/Valencia region
Originally a small fishing village, Moraira has grown into an ideal holiday retreat of perfect proportions, retaining much of its original character and atmosphere. It has attractive and colourful main streets, a picturesque Marina and wonderful blue flag sandy beaches. The choice of restaurants and bars are just too many to sample in one holiday. There are seven recommended by Michelin (three with stars) and a huge variety of others to suit all budgets. The combination of terraced vineyards, wonderful mountains and blue sea, combine to make this an area of spectacular beauty. -Thankfully, the local authority has jealously guarded the appearance of Moraira, which has prevented the over-developed characteristics of other Spanish resorts. There are no high rise holiday hotels here. In fact, there are no package holiday hotels here at all. Instead, beautiful private villas and 'pueblo style' developments line the slopes of the valley, which gently decline towards the beach and town. This dictates to a degree, the type of holidaymaker found in Moraira. Those attracted to this resort, tend to be family units, using or renting privately owned villas. - :The larger resorts of Javea, Denia and Calpe are all within a half hour drive. Benidorm is also well within reach. Here you will find all the children's favourites- Terra Mitica Theme park, Aqualandia Water Park and Mundomar Animal Kingdom, with its world famous dolphin show.
If countryside and mountain tops are what you seek, then within 40 minutes you can be witnessing the breathtaking views at Guadalest or at the summit of the Sierra Bernia. Also, in just over one hour, you could be in Valencia, Spain's beautiful underestimated 3rd city.