3 bedroom town house for sale
Spain - Valencia, Alicante, Denia
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- Very unique style townhouse
- Private terrace with BBQ
- Roof terrace with Jacuzzi
- Sea & mountain views
- Communal Pool
- Community tennis court
A chic modern style kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, which leads out onto a private terrace with barbecue. A Bedroom with two single beds (one to pull down) and an en-suite shower room. Guest cloakroom and a modern terrace with dining table for Al fresco dining
On the first floor the accommodation comprises of: Bedroom with double bed, Bedroom with 2 single beds (one to pull), A Bathroom with WC.
Roof terrace with Jacuzzi, and modern sofas, beds for sunbathing and beautiful sea and mountain views. This property is really trendy and needs to be viewed to be appreciated.
Communal pool, children's pool surrounded by grass and outdoor showers
Community tennis court with night lighting .
Denia is originally (and still is) a harbour town, shipping port (for oranges, citrus and other agricultural commodities). But first and foremost, Denia is known as a fishing port, which has been its status for generations. Many places along the coast attempt to retain this image of a " Charming fishing village with good restaurants which only use fresh ingredients"- Denia certainly lives up to this description, and this cannot be said of all the towns in the Costa Blanca. The city receives fresh fish from the Mediterranean every day, and the first class restaurants along the harbour and the beach promenade get their fresh seafood from the daily fishing auction. Denia´s 300 restaurants base their dishes on the best the sea has to offer, combined with agricultural products from the Valencia region, and the result is infamous well beyond Denia´s town's limits. The best known dishes are probably the famous "Denia red prawn" and a rice dish without comparisons; " arroz a banda". Apart from that, you will find a number of other dishes such as; grilled vegetables, large selection of fish, squid and shellfish. Denia is without doubt seen to be a culinary highlight.
Denia has a Port and Marina packed with beautiful boats and fabulous restaurants.
One of the most visited tourist attractions of Denia is the castillo (castle). The castle built in the 11th and 12th century offers a wonderful view around the sea, the city and the backlands. Within the castle you will find the Palau del Governador with its museum. Along with the other interesting museums in Denia, the Museo Etnologico will give you further details on the rich history and culture of Denia
You should also do some shopping along the main road of Calle de Marques de Campo they have some wonderful shops, you will find many bars and restaurants, for refreshments.
Denia offers both a sand beach and a rock beach that run along the coast for 24 kms.
Spain loves its fiesta's and traditions. Denia has its own bull run, «Toros en el Mar», where young men are taking on the challenge of being chased by bulls through the city streets and leading them into the harbour swimming pool. In August, the "Moros y Christianos" is being held. This is a fiesta similar to so many places on Costa Blanca. However, Denia has its own Fallas- Fiesta with lots of fireworks and bonfires. Denia is generally known to be one of the cities in Spain who holds the most fiestas per year.
Denia is a medium sized town, primarily populated by Spaniards and some foreigners who live there permanently, but it is just like any other town which lives all year round. The area can offer a wide variety of properties. In the hillsides around Denia and along the seaside you will find some of Costa Blanca's most beautiful, and the varying landscape in the area allows for properties with spectacular sea views. The entire area around Denia is especially fertile and contrasts itself from most of the other areas and properties you find along Costa Blanca. Behind Denia you will find the Montgo mountain which is a nature reserve. In this area you can experience great hiking and admire the beautiful nature. Previous clients have bought apartments and Villas in and around Denia, some in the city itself and some in La Sella, the exclusive golf resort approx 4km from Denia.
Denia is situated approximately halfway in between Alicante (city) and Valencia, which both have their own international airport with direct routes to all major European cities- roughly one hour's drive from each city on the AP7 motorway. Denia lies in the north end of Costa Blanca which is characterised by its beautiful, fertile and a diverse nature with rugged terrain and significantly less developments than other places on the Costa Blanca.
- Alicante (International), 54.8 miles
- Valencia (International), 55.1 miles
- Ibiza/San José (International), 67.5 miles
- Murcia-San Javier (International), 89 miles
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