3 bedroom town house for sale
Spain - Valencia, Alicante, Benidoleig
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- 3 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHROOMS.
- COURTYARD AND TERRACES
- VILLAGE LOCATION
- WALKING DISTANCE TO SHOPS
- 15 MINUTES TO BEACHES
- TRANSPORT WELL CONNECTED
2 Doubles and 1 single bedroom with fitted wardrobes, 3 bathrooms, equipped kitchen, lounge dining room. Roof terrace with mountain and sea views down to Denia. Double glazing and hot and cold air conditioning units.
gardens and roof terraces. Balcony off master bedroom.
Benidoleig is a population of Valencia, Spain. Located in the north of the province of Alicante, in the region of Marina Alta. It has 1261 inhabitants (INE 2010).
You reach this town by Pedreguer that exit to the AP-7 E-15 and exit Ondara having the N-332 but can also be from Orba and Pego road connecting with Ensarriá Callosa.
Its municipal limits with those of Alcalalí, Beniarbeig, Benimeli, Orba, Pedreguer, Ráfol of Almunia, Sanet and Negrals and Tormos.
The place name seems Benidoleig from Arabic "Dulaj bani" meaning children or descendants of Doleig. This Dulaj as a personal name may proceed to turn the German antropónimo Dolehidus appears already documented the year 913.
It was originally one of the many Arab farmhouses who settled on the banks of Girona. Conquered by King James I of Aragon, his first owner was Hugo de Cardona, ancestor of the Marquis of Guadalest. Later reverted back to the Crown and transferred by it to the Dukes of Mandas and Vilanova. The year 1260 was purchased by Joan Figuerola Munyós Crisòstom Julià. Ownership changed again to finish in the hands of the Baron of Santa Barbara. At the time of the expulsion of the Moors had about 50 families in 1611 was repopulated with Mallorca. In 1620 achieved the title of barony. Being Parish Tormos permuted by Benidoleig, it fell under the stewardship of Orba until 1802, when it also won the municipal independence for that population.
The economy depends on agriculture and is the most widespread crop of citrus is also important for the production of raisins mistela. In tourism there are several developments where residents live from all over Europe.
Monuments and places of interest
Stately home of Baron de Finestrat. Architectural Building.
Parish Church of the Blood of Christ. Architectural Building.
Cave of Skulls. Throughout its 300 meters long, you can see the original value of stalactites, stalagmites and beautiful domes of more than 20 meters high, is located on the same side of the road to Benidoleig Pedreguer, vestiges of habitability Middle Paleolithic and upper, dating from 130 000 to 15 000 BC.
Festivities. Are held in honour of Santa Barbara during the first week of August.
Distance to the Beach: 13km.
Local Amenities: Restaurants, bars, shops, supermarkets, chemist, doctors, horse riding, bowls, cycling, hiking routes and then of course there are local shopping centres such as Ondara, Denia, Pedreguer, Markets to explore and buy fresh fruit and vegetables.
- Alicante (INTERNATIONAL), 46.5 miles
- Valencia (INTERNATIONAL), 54.2 miles
- Ibiza/San José (INTERNATIONAL), 76.1 miles
- Murcia-San Javier (INTERNATIONAL), 81.4 miles
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