3 bedroom detached villa for sale
Spain - Valencia, Valencia, Oliva
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- 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS
- STUNNING OPEN SEA VIEWS
- LOW MAINTENANCE GARDENS
- 780 SQM PLOT
- MAINS WATER AND ELECTRICITY
- 5 MINUTES TO OLIVA TOWN CENTRE
- 15 MINUTES TO STUNNING BEACHES
Detached villa enjoying a quiet location and absolutely stunning sea views. Just a short drive down the hillside to the busy town of Oliva with many amenities around. Only 10 minutes to GORGEOUS BLUE FLAG BEACHES. On the main floor there is a front naya with panoramic sea views, lounge dining room with barrelled ceiling, kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a sun terrace for sunbathing. There is a guest apartment on a lower floor with an open plan lounge dining room and a kitchenette, double bedroom and a bathroom. Low maintenance gardens with a huge range of trees and plants surrounding the property.
Chalet independiente en una ubicación tranquila con impresionantes vistas al mar. A un corto de la ajetreada ciudad de Oliva con muchos servicios a su alrededor. A sólo 10 minutos de las playas de bandera azul magníficas. En la planta principal hay una terrza con vistas panorámicas al mar, salón comedor, cocina, 2 dormitorios dobles, un cuarto de baño y una terraza para tomar el sol. Hay un apartamento de invitados en la planta baja con salón y una pequeña zona para cocinar, dormitorio doble y baño. Jardines de bajo mantenimiento con árboles y plantas que rodean la propiedad.
Villa individuelle jouissant d'un emplacement calme et avec absolument superbes vues sur la mer. Juste une courte distance en voiture de la colline à Oliva. Avec de nombreux services autour. À seulement 10 minutes de magnifiques plages. À l'étage principal il y a une terrasse avant avec vue panoramique sur la mer, salon salle à manger avec plafond à canon, cuisine, 2 chambres doubles, une salle de bains familiale et une terrasse pour bronzer. Il y a un appartement d'hôtes à un étage inférieur avec un salon avec coin cuisine, chambre double et salle de bains. Jardins à faible entretien avec une grande gamme d'arbres et de plantes qui entourent la propriété.
Oliva Where is Oliva? Oliva is at the far north of the Costa Blanca coast where it meets the Costa del Azahar. Oliva is located in the region of Valencia. How to get to Oliva? Oliva is situated between Alicante and Valencia Airports. The main motorway AP7 Junction 61. By car it will take about 50 minutes to Valencia Airport and about an hour ten to Alicante Airport. By Train from Valencia Airport to Gandia and a bus to Oliva which is very popular for people who do not drive. By tram from Alicante Airport to Denia and then a bus to Oliva. Taxis are available but costly. Buses are cheaper and Beniconnect Travel seems to be the most popular and can connect you to most places. Places of Interest Oliva is full of things to see and do so here are just a few. 1. San Roc Church is situated in a beautiful square with coffee shops and cafés. Inside the church if you are lucky enough to see is the most amazing décor with golden decoration and just oozing wealth and charm. Built in the 15th Century and was originally a mosque over the years it became a church and various alterations due to age and wear and tear. 2. Santa Maria La Major Church is situated at the lower part of the Old Town and is just a beautiful as San Roc again with plenty of wealth and character. 3. Historical tour along this tour are various things to see, there is the Old Priest house, kilns, turrets of the old Castle and at the top of the hill the Castle still stands which is a great place to go walking. Beaches INCREDIBLE. Not over crowded like most of the Costa Blanca Beaches. Miles and miles of BLUE FLAG BEACHES, beaches for everyone, quiet and secluded or the opposite with water sports such as kitesurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, banana boats, jet skis and much more it all depends what you like to do. The main thing is the beaches are never over crowded which is why they are so popular with the Spanish. The waters are shallow so great for families with young children, no sudden drops like the Atlantic or other rough seas. Along the beaches there are nature reserves in the sand dunes and most plants are protected like most of the coastline in Valencia. Various coffee shops, bars, restaurants, gift shops, supermarkets all thriving in the summer months some of these are accessible from the beaches depending on where you go. Near the shops are the life guards and Red Cross centre. Market Oliva has a busy market on a Friday morning selling an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables. Other bargains, such as clothes and gifts are also on sale. Cheap sacks of Oranges and Lemons which are locally grown are a must to buy after all this is the Orange Blossom Coast Costa Azahar! Restaurants There are an abundance of places to eat so here are just a few of my favourites. 1. El Pelut Bar and Restaurant situated in the Old Town of Oliva. Lovely relaxing place and the owners are smashing. Only Spanish speaking so a dictionary may be needed if you do not undertand the menu. Best value for money is the menu del dia a choice of starter, main and desert or coffee with ½ bottle of wine or soft drink for just 9-13€. 2. Sanchis coffee shop and patisserie on the main passeo near the band stand. A delightful place with fresh served coffee and light snacks served all day but perfect for a stroll down the passeo on market day and ending up at this lovely friendly coffee shop. 3. Bar Amigos this is near San Roc church and you may find you quite fancy a full English breakfast or egg and chips! I know we do sometimes and you can create your own breakfast. The owner is friendly and nothing is too much trouble. The Spanish locals have a traditional almazar breakfast so the choice is endless. Fiestas Oliva has one of the most amazing fiestas the Moors and Christians. Oliva is a traditional town which is very proud of its heritage. January 6th is 3 kings day the equivalent to Christmas day in the UK. The night before the 3 kings parade through the streets throwing sweets to the children and then night the presents have been left for the children ready for the morning of the 6th to open. February Medival market held on the 3rd held in the Old town March is another important month the burning of the Fallas this is usually between the 13th and 19th of March. Giant papier mache statues are built all year round for this event. Firstly they are displayed and judged then at night they are set alight and carried through the small streets ablaze. April Easter week celebrated with parades, bands, shows, town centre normally has events at the band stand in the main passeo. A very interesting place to be at Easter and the local tourist information will have the schedule and times of events. May Celebrates the transformation between the Moors and Christians, traditional sports are played and crosses of flowers are tied around the streets. June San Juan is the midnight tradition. Basically the family and friends gather on the beaches making a bonfire the only night of the year. Have a BBQ, eat chat and be merry. At midnight the tradition is to jump over the fire 3 times and then jump the first 3 waves coming in from the sea. This is to cleanse the body of badness and give good luck for the following twelve months. (Gandia is the best liveliest place in my opinion INCREDIBLE) Bull Run dates vary and please check with the local tourist information. Raging bulls are let out into the prepared streets and people try to out run the bulls some are not so lucky mainly due to wearing flip flops, then you have the serious runners being chased down the streets into the bull ring. People in the stands are reaching out to save the runners who are not so quick all the streets are set up with stands and safety cages for people to run into. July The battle of the Moors and Christians boats coming in off the sea with lanterns landing on the golden shores, 4 days of the Christians and Moors fighting in battle from the shore to the castle. August is mainly holiday season and during this time various beach bars are in full swing. September Procession of the Madonna, starts at Santa Maria Church and goes to the Castle. Also most towns have a patron saint and this will be celebrated too. December Saint Francis of Assisi this is a 4 day fiesta of celebrating and enjoying the atmosphere. Activities Where shall I start? Something fro everyone. Tennis club situated on the main road between Oliva town and the beach. Tennis lessons are available for all standards you can relax after with a meal in the club or light refreshments. Golf Course Oliva Nova Golf Course has 9 or 18 holes and you can choose which you wish to play, designed by world famous Spanish golfer Seve Ballesteros. The course is next to the beach situated on a 5 star complex, there is a driving range, professional coaches for lessons for all abilities. Community Sports Centre if you have bought a town house and wish to go to a swimming pool the community swimming pool and sports centre is on the main road from the town to the beach. Various other sports such as football, basketball and tennis. There is an indoor and outdoor pool. Equestrian Centre Oliva Nova has the world’s best riders will gather in the Equestrian Centre Oliva Nova. The MET 2014 will count on the representation of riders from Germany, France, Spain, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, USA, Portugal, Russia, Turkey, Malaysia, Chile, South Africa and Switzerland, amongst others. All together about 350 male and female riders from 44 countries and five continents as well as a total of more than 2,000 horses from the world’s best stables will participate in an intense schedule of international competitions in Show Jumping and Young Horses. Walking, Hiking and Cycling the winter months here in Spain are ideal for these activities as the weather is beautiful temperatures can still be in the early 20’s during the sunny days and we do get a lot of those
- Valencia (International), 71.9 miles
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