4 bedroom detached villa for sale
Spain - Denia, Alicante, Valencia
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Two-storey villa in the new uptown Denia - Marques VI - on the border of a nature reserve with open views of the sea and mountains. In perfect condition. Landscaped Mediterranean park.
Plot size: 880
Housing area: 246
Sitting rooms: 1
Km from the sea: 6.0
Year of construction: 2003
It is a city of Valencia located on the north coast in the province of Alicante.
It is the capital of the Marina Alta region, also known part of it as "Marquess of Denia". It has 42,704 inhabitants.
Geography and climate
In addition to the town of Denia, several districts with more or less independence:
La Jara: north of the city center, between Denia and Ondara.
Jesus Pobre: located west of Denia, behind the Montgó.
La Pedrera: Located at the foot of Montgó.
The Montgo (753 meters) (Natural Park since 1987) with its majesty
It dominates the 66.2 km of the municipality and presents a varied sample ofnative plants, animals, caves and paths.
The other scenic attraction is the Marine Reserve of Cabo de San Antonio.
This place has an altitude of 160 m.
The average annual temperature is + 18 ° C. In summer from + 28 ° C.to +35.
325 days of the year are sunny. The water temperature during the bathing season + 24-28º C.
A few km. the city is the Golf Club (La Sella). Several equestrian centers, 3 yacht clubs with heated pool. Tennis club. A unique climate gives you. The possibility to practice their favorite sport throughout the year.
Denia is communicated by road, with Valencia and Alicante via the N-332 and AP-7 motorway (Autopista del Meditarráneo) (Exit 62). It has bus connection with Gandia, Valencia or Alicante. It has railway station Denia-Alicante line F.G.V .
It keeps maritime communication with Ibiza (within 2 hours), Palma de Mallorca and Formentera.
Denia has a coastline of 20 km; and the northern beaches are wide and sandy. In the south there are rocky coves. It has implemented a quality management system and environmental management. These beaches are recognized by ISO 14001 (environmental management) and ISO 9001-2000 certified (quality management). It has two beach areas:
Las Marinas and Las Rotas.
Las Marinas area has the most sandy beaches: Cagarritar (the nearest town), Les Deveses, La Almadraba, Els Molins, Les Bovetes, Les Marines, Albaranas and Punta Raset.
Las Rotas area is characterized by its many coves and promenade (Marineta Casiana, El Trampolí, the Punta Negra, Les Arenetes, La Cala).
The cuisine is based on fresh seafood, in addition to the natural products of the Valencian orchard. The geographical location is excellent under the ecological point of view, given the absence of factories and industries in a radius of 100 km.
The Mediterranean climate, the high level of service and friendliness of the people make both the Spaniards and Europeans have chosen Denia as its 1 to 2 residence.
Although archaeological evidence Iberian settlement (Diniu), its origin as city is Roman (Dianium), standing north of the current city and opposite the old port. The classic texts and archaeological remains indicate that in the first century BC troops Sertorius established a naval base in Dianium. During the High Empire the city enjoyed a period of splendor from being stipendiary city to municipality. Between 636 and 693, in times of the Visigoth kingdom, Denia went Episcopal dependent seat of Toledo.
In Muslim time the city achieved the peak of its expansion and strength, which generated a moment of great cultural vitality. Daniya will be the capital of Taifa created in 1010 by Amiri Muyahidal-Amiri al-Muwaffaq that, annexing the Balearics, will make the kingdom in an important maritime and commercial center which minted its own currency until the Almohad invasion. Taifa lost its independence 1076, being deposed Iqbal al-Dawla by Al-Muqtadir, king hudo of the Taifa of Zaragoza, which depended until the Almoravid (1091) invasion.
The Christian conquest in 1244, took a serious setback in the development of the city, virtually uninhabited drawn from it the Muslim population. Repopulated to jurisdiction of Valencia, the town of Denia, reduced to albacar the castle becomes the center of Christian power in a general term mainly populated by Muslims. Jaime II of Aragon began the stage of aristocratic power, by giving the villa in 1298 to Pontius of Ampurias.
Later, under the house of Gandia, it becomes county (1356), returning to the Crown under Alfonso the Magnanimous. Absenteeism of this monarch enabled the lieutenant Juan de Navarra donate him to the Castilian Diego Gomez de Sandoval y Rojas (1431), with the consequent discontent of the village, who claimed his death return to reign (1455) with the support of the city of Valencia, which he held until 1477, the castle, which included the lands of the environment of the city, which still are called Marquesado. The county remained in the hands of Sandoval, promoting itself to marquesado in 1487. The Duke of Lerma, fifth Marquess of Denia and favorite of Felipe III, provides the important town privileges and the title of city.
He urged the expulsion of the Moors (1609), 25,000 of whom embarked in the port of Denia bound for Barbary, with the consequent depopulation and economic ruin of the marquesado.
From the eighteenth century, the city participated openly in the War of Succession, and was the first to proclaim king to the Archduke Charles. The war and subsequent retaliation caused the crisis in the city. It was finally occupied by the Bourbons on 17 November 1708. The castle, seriously damaged, definitely it sinks in the War of Spanish Independence. In the nineteenth century Denia will return to the Crown (1804) and undergoes a gradual growth initiated the fishing district, which is administratively independent between 1837-1839. The flourishing trade Raisin raised an commercial bourgeoisie and attracted foreign companies with a consequent increase in population, which went from 6,538 to 12,413 inhabitants (dianenses) between 1860-1900.
Since the 60s the national and international tourism became the main source of growth in Denia and all the towns in the Marina Alta region, is today the engine of the economy and the welfare of the whole area.
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- 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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