Selasa, 31 Oktober 2017

Casa Cameg

Villa in Spain, Ondara: Villa Front View

From £544 per week

Villa overview - owner's description

Luxury Villa in Mount Pego, Situate Nr. Denia and Javea, lovingly completed by the owners, with scenic mountain valley views.
The villa has just been lovingly finished by the owners and the garden is completed with trees and shrubs. The villa and pool are elevated from the garden and has scenic mountain valley views. The pool is surrounded by sun chairs for 6 and a brick built barbecue with sink area for the warm summer nights. There is also a front porch with table and chairs for eating outside or relaxing and enjoying the view. At the rear of the villa is a second patio, situated in the shade for those long sunny summer afternoons. To the north, the natural park of Montgó rises up to 753 metres above sea level, nurturing one of the most valuable botanical reserves in the Valencian Region. A journey up the slopes shows a wealth of different vegetation and provides extraordinary panoramic views from the top. There is Golf close by at La Sella and Oliva. Horse riding at La Sella also. There is also a safari park Situated at the bottom of the mountain.
Outside, in an elevated position, is the pool with sun chairs for 6 and a barbecue for the warm summer nights. Also a front porch with table and chairs for eating outside or relaxing and enjoying the view of the mountain valley.At the rear of the villa is a second patio, situated in the shade for those long sunny summer afternoons.

The villa is close to many theme parks and activities for young and old. 30 minutes on the A7 motorway takes you to the theme park, Terra Mitica and the water park, Aqualandia Costa Blanca safari park and sandy beaches are only 5 minutes away. Other facilities include Cycling, Fishing, Golf, Go Karting, Horse riding, Parasailing, Sailing, Sightseeing, Snorkeling, Swimming, Tennis Courts, Walking, Water Skiing, Wildlife viewing and Windsurfing. Local boats provide a water taxi service between Denia, Javea and Moraira. There is a narrow gauge railway between Denia and Alicante, laughingly called the Orange Express, which is the best form of transport to view the magnificent scenery. 
From north to south, the capes of San Antonio, San Martín, Negre and La Nao crown the coastline, create a series of coves blanketed with white, sunbleached sand or shingle. You can choose between the busy beach of El Arenal in the centre of the bay or the quiet Granadella Cove, ideal for scuba-diving or snorkeling; commune with the elements on the nudist beach of Ambolo, or discover the secrets of Barraca, Falsía, Pope o Tangó and Caleta coves... The gentle waves separate the coast from the picturesque islands of Portichol and Descubridor out to sea and sculpt the fabulous caves of Orguens and Tallada.
Perched on the mountain tops are the remains of ancient watchtowers reminding us how attractive this region was for the Berber pirates in times gone by. Further inland, the huertas and vineyards cover the countryside around Javea, speckled here and there with farmhouses showing their typical riu-rau silhouettes with characteristic arched porches used for drying grapes to make the region's famous raisins.
To the north, the natural park of Montgó rises up to 753m above sea level, nurturing on of the most valuable botanical reserves in the Valencian Region. A journey up the slopes shows a wealth of different vegetation and provides extraordinary panoramic views from the top.
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