Modern and luxury villa in Benissa, on the Costa Blanca, Spain with private pool for 5 persons. The villa is situated in a rural area. The villa has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The accommodation offers a lot of privacy, a wonderful lawned garden with gravel and trees, a wonderful pool and wonderful views of the valley, the countryside and the mountains.
Interior of the villa
Bedrooms and bathrooms
Exterior of the villa
Services at extra charge
Official accommodation identification number: AT-440323-A
Included in the service:
The provision of the accommodation entirely equipped with all the services and installations indicated in the description sheet, consumption of water, gas (except the heating), of electricity (except air-conditioning) and the maintenance of the garden and the swimming pool.
Not included in the service:
The damage deposit of 300 € (except other indications), the heating, electricity for air-conditioning, additional person, pets (if it is allowed), Internet by modem 3g, bed, bath and kitchen linen and obligatory final cleaning according to capacity.
General information on the Costa Blanca - the White Coast
The Costa Blanca (the white coast) is a 110 miles sunblessed stretch of
Mediterranean coast in the South Eastern part of Spain. It is the
southern part of the Valencia region (Comunidad Valenciana) with a
variety of beautiful beaches and has one of the best climates in Spain.
The Costa Blanca offers numerous attractions and a large variety of
entertainment as well as a whole lot of villages to enjoy the
tranquility of the Spanish country life. The Costa Blanca is one of the
best appreciated areas by people coming to Spain from all over the
The Costa Blanca did not get its name from its famous beaches (as you
might think), but from the white blossoms on the fruit trees (olives and
almonds) that are grown in this area of Spain. The Costa Blanca
stretches from just beyond Denia in the north, to just past Torrevieja
in the south. It is a coastal region with golden beaches and beautiful
small coves, moving into an interior region of tree covered hills,
vineyards and expansive almond tree orchards.
The Costa Blanca makes an ideal place for vacationing all year round due
to the mild climate in the winter and warm sunny days in the summer.
For this reason the Costa Blanca is well known, with resorts like
Benidorm, Altea, Alicante and Torrevieja.
For sun-, sea- and beach lovers the Costa Blanca is a prime destination
because of its vast stretches of sandy and sunny beaches.
It also has an
array of beautiful round pebbled beaches, intimate quiet coves and
rocky inlets for snorkelling and diving. The diversity of the white
sandy beaches laced with high towering rock formations make the Costa
Blanca a beautiful place to be.
Apart from the gorgeous coast there is a lot to see in the luscious
landscape of the interior land. Both the coastal areas and the inland
are ideal for recreational sightseeing. There are many points of
interest along attractive routes, suitable for cars, bikes and
pedestrians or even to be taken by train.
For the active tourist the Costa Blanca has many opportunities and activities, especially in the area of water sports.
Many towns like Javea, Denia, Moraira and Altea have sailing schools,
yacht clubs, windsurfing- and waterskiing instructors, swimming clubs
and diving schools. At numerous locations you can rent jet skis, sailing
boats, motor yachts or water bikes. Some areas of the coast are well
suited for fishing. The harbours and yacht clubs of Denia, Javea,
Moraira, Benitachell, Benissa, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm, Villajoyosa, El
Campello, Alicante, Santa Pola, Torrevieja, Dehesa de Campoamor, Cabo
Roig en Pilar de la Horadada are especially worth visiting.
The mild climate of the Costa Blanca provides the opportunity to play
golf 365 days a year. There are all kinds of golf courses with beautiful
views of mountains or the sea.
The ideal weather, good visibility and mild winds make this area a
perfect place to play golf. You will find a wide variety of golf courses
scattered around this Mediterranean landscape.
There are many options for day excursions at the Costa Blanca. From entertainment parks, zoos and water parks, to caves, waterfalls and nature parks. Some of the varied options are:
Another way to enjoy one selves at the Costa Blanca is going out at
night. It is wonderfully pleasant to sit at a sidewalk café with
something to drink or to eat in the coolness of the evening after the
sun has set. Alicante, Elche (Elx), Benidorm and Torrevieja all have
busy nightlife with bars, lots of music and atmosphere, trendy
discotheques and restaurants, often located in the historical centre of
The promenades of the seaside towns have an enchanting atmosphere all
the way into the early hours of the morning. If you prefer more quiet
evenings, there are many choices in the nearby towns like Altea,
Moraira, Javea, Denia, etc, in the north, as well as Guardamar, La
Marina, etc, in the south. These towns offer many restaurants, little
bars, and discotheques from which to choose, especially in the summer.
The two most frequently celebrated feasts are the "Moros y Christianos"
and "San Juan". The celebration of "Moros y Christianos" (Moors and
Christians) is a re-enactment of some of the most significant history of
This is the favourite celebration of the inhabitants of the province of
Alicante. Every village and town celebrates the festival at their own
time of the year, but each festival is characterized with processions,
dancing in the streets, parades, music, fireworks. The impressive re-enactment of the arrival of the Moors, the mock fights
in the streets and the ultimate defeat of the Moors by the Christians
is the central theme of these festivities.
In mid-June, the streets are filled with bonfires, dancing, fireworks,
bull runs ("Toro Embolado") and huge pieces of paper-maché artwork. This
is the festival of "Les Fogueres de San Juan".
At the end of the celebration, on the night of Saint John, all the
paper-maché artwork is set ablaze. Other fiery rituals, like the
"Fallas" in March, are more common to the region around Valencia, though
the towns of Denia and Benidorm celebrate these as well.