Apartment for up to six people in Calpe, right by the beach.1/22Vamos a la Playa!
Costa Blanca | Off to the beach! And also take the shortest route. With these holiday apartments and houses you are no further than 100 metres from the beaches of Costa Blanca.
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2/22On the orange blossom coast
Costa del Azahar | This is where the name says it all. Oranges bloom and flourish on the coast of the Valencia region in the spring. Discover the "coast of orange blossoms" during your next holiday in Spain.
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Pool villa for 8 people near Calpe.3/22Mediterranean, pool or both?
Costa Blanca | Maybe it’s a bit decadent to directly look at the sea from the own pool. But it’s so nice and when on holiday some treats are allowed. These holiday houses have a pool and offer a clear view of the sea.
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4/22Best holiday resort in Spain
Moraira | Moraira, on the Costa Blanca, is a real tip for holiday home vacationers. The place has retained a lot of originality and has been selected by you as the best Spanish holiday resort 2014.
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5/22Best holiday resort in Spain
Jávea | Along an elongated bay on the Costa Blanca is Jávea – or Xàbia as the inhabitants call it. For many holidaymakers, it’s the ideal place for a bathing holiday under the Spanish sun.
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Vamos a la playa! – Holiday at Spain’s coasts
Spain | From the northern border with France down to the border with Portugal the areas of the Spanish Mediterranean coast string together: Costa Brava, Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol are just the most famous ones. Why don’t you take a look at the atraveo offers along the Costa Dorada, Costa del Azahar, Costa Calida or Costa Tropical. The chances of finding the perfect holiday house are as good as it is on one of the two famous Spanish island groups, the Canary and Balearic Islands.
Spain offers everything you need for a great vacation at the seaside. Long beaches, kid’s playing at the beach under gloriously blue skies whilst the parents enjoy the time out from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the tranquillity. A dip in the sea for cooling-off, an ice cream at the near-by kiosk or bathing in the sun on a comfy sun lounger.
Also the multi-faceted cultural life in Spain provides for entertainment. This does not only include the many interesting exhibitions and museums, such as the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao or the great museums in Valencia and Barcelona – but also party animals and night owls will get their money’s worth.
Beside the Canary and Balearic Islands atraveo customers favour especially the Costa Blanca and Costa Brava as well as the region of Andalusia in the south and the area around Valencia.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Jalón
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In the winter months the Costa Blanca is lucky enough to have nearly as many sunny days as in the summertime. The Jalon valley is a walker's paradise, with routes ranging from a very gentle stroll to a six hour walk around the Sierra Bernia mountains to the south of Jalon. You may even like to take a trek through the vineyards on horseback, from one of the local stables. In late January the whole of the valley is obscured with almond blossom. One can only describe the view as a magnificent blanket of pink and white.
Life in the Jalon Valley is very slow and tranquil, yet only a twenty to thirty minute drive away is the hustle and bustle of the nightlife and water sports of the coastal resorts of Denia, Javea, Moraira and Calpe.
The village of Jalon revolves around The Old Square where you will find a beautiful fountain around which there is an open market held on Tuesday mornings. Seen from the square is the famous Jalon Church with its blue dome. Roaming around the many small streets, you will find an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants.
Jalon is very famous for its local wines. There are at least three bodegas where you can spend many a leisurely hour sampling the various types. But beware, some are very strong!
The Jalon valley hosts around fifty restaurants to choose from, with International as well as regional cuisine.
There is a Marine and Exotic Animal Park called Mundomar in Benidorm. For more details visit www.mundomar.es
There is a big Water Park called Aqualandia in Benidorm (adjacent to Mundomar). For more details visit www.aqualandia.net
Terra Mitica, Spain's largest theme park is at Benidorm and can be accessed via exit 65A on the A7 motorway. For more details visit www.terramiticapark.com
Taking a leisurely drive over the Sierra Bernia you can visit the beautiful Fuentes del Algar waterfalls and the historic hilltop walled town of Guadalest. There are a number of golf courses in the area including courses in Benissa, Javea and La Sella near Denia. La Sella is an 18-hole ( 6072 yards; 72 par) championship course. For more details on golf courses in the region, visit www.e-golfplayer.com