4 bedroom detached house for sale
Spain - Denia, Alicante, Valencia
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- PRIVATE POOL. SEA VIEWS
- 4 BEDROOMS. GUEST SUITE
- 1KM TO BEACHES AND RESTAURANTS
- DESIRED LOCATION
- BANK REPOSSESSION
- DENIA 1.5KM AND JAVEA 7KM
Denia, Alicante, 03700
Where is Denia? Denia is situated half way between Alicante and Valencia Airports in the car it is approximately 1 hour drive to either airport.
The main AP7 motorway junction 62 sign posted Denia, Javea and Ondara CV725 takes you into Denia town.
This town is very well connected with public transport.
Built around the historical castle and beautiful buildings with stunning architecture makes Denia a pleasure to walk around. From the castle the views are spectacular over the marina and up the coastline to Valencia.
Shopping: the main high street Marquesa de Campo is lined with London Plane Trees which at every time of year are beautifully maintained, there are an abundance of shops: shoes, handbags, jewellery, gifts, clothes, banks, bars, restaurants, thriving town with pretty much everything you need.
Marina has mooring with beautiful yachts and has the equipment to lift the larger yachts of 70ft which makes it a perfect place for the sea sportsman or woman. Around the marina is a variety of restaurants and most of them are open all year round. You can charter a yacht and book a fishing trip.
From the Port you can take a ferry to take you to Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca and Formentera which are just a few hours away. As a foot passenger it is very cheap.
The main street for food is called Carrer Loreto here you will find a superb selection of restaurants, tapas bars, exquisite food at La Seu restaurant and tasty tapas at Taberna Seville. There are of course more than just the two restaurants but these are my favourites.
For a good Indian I go to Kathmandu which is just a short walk along the coast road. Excellent value and reasonably priced.
Various markets are in Denia, the main market is by the portside at the bottom of the main high street this is on a Friday. At different times of the year they have medieval market. Fish market is daily in the late afternoon.
The beaches are all BLUE FLAG which means they are safe to swim in. A variety of water sports in designated sections such as paddle surfing, kite surfing, surfing, kayaking, canoeing, and for the beach lover who likes peace and quiet there are literally kilometres of sand to sun bath on.
Les Rotes is a nature reserve with no boats aloud and has a variety of sea life to see. Snorkelling and scuba diving is very popular in this section of Denia this part of the coast is protected including the natural dunes, caves, plants and wildlife. A foot path allows you walk from Denia marina all the way to the lighthouse which is a few kilometres, the majority is flat and there is wheel chair access. Along this route are some traditional restaurants and bars so refreshments along the way make it a very pleasant walk.
Montgo National Park and Mountain
The backdrop for Denia is this Spectacular Mountain and national park. The Montgo Natural Park declared in 1987, covers an area of 2117.68 ha and rises to 753 meters. Witnessed the passage of man from ancient times has a high cultural and archaeological value.
Noted for its more than 650 species of flora, among which are endemic as Carduncellus dianius. The Montgo reaches the sea at Cape San Antonio, which at his feet is home to the Natural Reserve of the seabed that bears his name, declared in 1994 by the importance of its funds and the biodiversity that they contain.
Fiestas dates vary so please check with the local tourist information Centre.
Every month something is happening, from Bull runs in July to burning the faellas in March.
- 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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