Small holiday villa

Small holiday villa


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms
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A small detached holiday villa on an urbanisation in the leading holiday resort of Javea. Surrounded by well maintained gardens the accommodation briefly comprises lounge/dining room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and shower room/toilet. There is a balcony where meals can be taken for most of the year. The urbanisation named Toscamar consists of about 140 properties and has a large communal swimming pool and floodlit tennis courts. There is a bar, a restaurant and a small supermarket.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are 3 friends who have recently retired. We now have time on our hands and wish to take the opportunity to travel as much as possible. We spent two months on an exchange in Western Australia in 2007 and are now looking at the possibilities of visiting New Zealand for about 1 month around December 2008 to March 2009. We would expect to arrange an exchange (or exchanges) some way in advance in order to get to know our fellow exchangers via email first to see how best we can facilitate their stay in the Spain.

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Where is it?

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Javea is on the Costa Blanca, a main tourist area of Spain with all the usual tourist attractions within easy reach. The town of Javea is regarded as one of the most stylish on the Costa Blanca and has numerous good bars and restaurants catering for all tastes. It consists of three main areas:
1) The old town (Pueblo) with its medieval buildings, bustling market and a museum which is well worth a visit.
2) The Port which has a harbour, single beach and a pedestrian area with lots of restaurants.
3) The main beach (Arenal) which is the newest part with a large sandy beach, many shops and restaurants. There is a lively evening atmosphere here.

Toscamar is about 1 mile from the main beach but is very close to the sea. A regular bus service runs from Toscamar to all parts of Javea. Looking further afield Valencia (Spain's third city) is about 1 hour away by car. There is also a train service which starts at a neighbouring town. Alicante airport is 1 hour away by car and Benidorm Spain's busiest holiday resort is 30 minutes away.
Inland Spain although relatively undiscovered by holidaymakers is readily accessible from the Costa Blanca. There is magnificent scenery with medieval villages where life has changed little over the centuries.

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