(ref: 139) A very large (600m2) very luxurious villa for 6 to 8 people with private pool.
This villa is within walking distance to the lovely and cozy village of Altea La Vella.
The distance to the town center of Altea is 5 Km and 10 to the center of Calpe.
1500 Meters to the beach and 1000 meters to the Golf Course, train and high way entrance.
The villa has several terraces some covered some open.
In the pool area you have a hot / cold shower and a toilet.
The villa offers a lot of privacy and beautiful sea views plus a stunning view of the Altea area with its well-lighted church.
In the basement you find the fitness room.
The interior is luxury and the kitchen is just for a professional cook something he will love.
The villa has so much that it is to much to describe but it is all there from walk to closet and steamer till the most beautiful bed and bathrooms.
Please take a look at the pictures to appreciate this luxury.
Altea is without doubt one of the most charming towns to be found on Spain's 'White Coast', located in the region of Alicante on the Costa Blanca. The town is just 11 kilometers north of Benidorm, yet the two resorts are worlds apart. Altea is similar to other Costa Blanca towns in that it has a new and old neighborhood. The old section is perched on top of a hill from where you will find really spectacular views.
Although the resort of Altea is less than 10 miles from Benidorm, the two resorts could not be more different. Altea is a relaxing holiday destination with historic buildings, cobbled streets, a beautiful church and a number of typically Spanish shops, restaurants and cafes.
The resort of Altea Hills is perched on a mountain side and provides breathtaking views of the Mediterranean, the old town of Altea, and on a clear day you can see the Alicante skyline which is around 45 miles away. From Altea Hills you can be on the beach within just a few minutes by car. The properties in the area range from luxurious villas that are worth several million euros, to more standard two and three-bedroom apartments. Things to do and places to visit in Altea.
Altea has many attractions and you will not be stuck for things to do. The resplendent church of Nuestra Senora Del Consuelo was built in 1910 and it is a splendid example of a Mediterranean church with hand-painted, sea blue mosaic tiles.
The shopping precinct of Altea is very quaint and old-style Spanish. The shops usually open between 10 AM and 9 PM, but many shop owners will adhere to the custom of taking a siesta during the hot months, and therefore will close between 2 and 4 PM.
The best way to get round Altea is on foot, as this way you can see the delightful old buildings on the cobbled streets that would be missed if you were traveling by car. You can also take a mountain walking tour with one or several companies that specialize in guided tours.
In the main square of Altea there is a fascinating bohemian market where local craftspeople, artists and other sellers sell unique items between the months of April and September.
Golfers will find the Altea Golf Club to be on par with other top golf courses in Spain; therefore Altea is a popular destination with golfers from all over Europe.
Although Altea has plenty of traditional bars and restaurants, and you can enjoy a different location every night or your holiday if you wish, the nightlife is nowhere near as lively as in neighboring Benidorm. However, as Benidorm is located less than 10 miles away you can easily take a taxi from your Altea accommodation if you want to stay out until the early hours.
Don Cayo golf is a mountain course you won't forget with every time a different approval plus a good restaurant.
Rent-a-House-Spain, offering the best holiday places is possible.
Altea is a town located on the Mediterranean coast in the province of Alicante at about 50 kilometers north-east of the city of Alicante and 100 kilometers south of the city of Valencia. Altea has retained its character, including the absence of high-rises. The center includes a modern area with many shops and a picturesque old Moorish area on a hill with steep streets, stairs and white houses. Here are many galleries and restaurants.
The coast south of Calpe would have a microclimate that winters are significantly warmer than the north of Calpe. This makes Altea and the whole area, including nearby town of Alfaz del Pi very attractive for people that are coming for a winter break.
There are about 10 golf courses in the vicinity, the nearest being Don Cayo in Altea la Vella (1 km).
Hiking: many walks in the mountainous hinterland, but also along the beaches.
Theme Parks in Benidorm such as Terra Mitica, Terra Natura, Mundomar and Aqualandia nice trips possible.
Worth a visit: Fuentes de Algar, a series of waterfalls in the river Algar at Callosa d'en Sarria, where you can swim with the nearby Cactus Gardens and El Castell de Quadalest.
Discover all that hidden on the Mediterranean shores. Egypt, Greece, Rome and the Islands, thousands of years converted into moments of fun emotion and adrenalin. You will find so many rides that you won't have enough breath to do them all. This is the largest theme park on the coast with excitement for all ages. A spectacular day out that must not be missed!
Experience an exciting journey through one of Europe's biggest and most fascinating nature parks where you can see about 1,500 animals from all over the world. Then cool off at Terra Natura's Water Park.
This is the largest water park in Europe. It offers fun and excitement including the famous Kamikaze slide for those dare devils, travel at great speed and enjoy the splash at the end. You can also enjoy a more sedate swim in the lazy river or enjoy one of the many restaurants and bars. Aqualandia offers something for every age group.
A tropical paradise and exotic marine park - including the Dolphin Experience.
Other activities in the area include boat trips along the coast from Altea to Benidorm and Calpe, a Jeep Safari in 4 X 4's exploring the surrounding mountains and valleys, the Medieval Nights (including jousts on horseback) in the nearby castle of the Count of Alfaz and the unforgettable gala evenings at Benidorm Palace (Benidorm's equivalent or Cesar's Palace in Las Vegas).
Both the summer and winter weather in Altea is very enjoyable due to the Sierra de Bernia mountains that surround the town and keep out northern winds. Temperatures during the hottest summer months may exceed 30 Â° C, and winter temperatures usually do not drop below 15 Â° C.
Genuine blue and white fisherman's village
Location of Altea
Situated in the Spanish Costa Blanca, between Valencia and Alicante, lies Altea, the village of artists and fishermen. This town in Alicante, a province in the south-eastern region of Spain borders the Mediterranean Sea and lies approximately 50 kilometers northeast of the city of Alicante and 130 kilometers south of Valencia. Altea offers different residential areas where you can find luxurious Holiday rental Villas, Houses, Homes and Holiday rental Apartments.
General information about Altea
Altea, with its approximate 20,000 inhabitants, stretches on a surface of 34.4 square kilometers and is built on a hill of the Costa Blanca. The fabulous basilica with its resplendent blue domes, graciously crowns the top of the mountain. Built onto the hillside, the old town center with its many smart streets and alleys, has become home to many an artist and contains many cozy, characteristic restaurants and bistros.
Tourism, having increased significantly on the Costa Blanca from the 1950s onward through Altea's Mediterranean climate, child-friendly beaches, and characteristic downtown area, is a main means of livelihood for the town and its people.
History of Altea
Altea's history goes back many centuries and is characterized by the manifold civilizations which have passed Altea on their way along the course of time. Iberians, Fenicians, Muslims, Greeks, and Romans have all left their marks. It appears that the name Altea is also of Greek origin, as it is thought to have come from the Greek word Altahia, meaning `I healÂ´. Since the town is located at the mouth of the Algar river (meaning 'the river of health'), historians assume that in the old days Altea was a hamlet with strategic, medical, and beneficial value.
Landscape and surroundings or Altea
Situated along a bay, Altea is sealed in by the mountains and the sea. It offers a panoramic view of the picturesque blue domes of the Virgen del Consuelo church, also known as the Nuestra SeÃ±ora del Consuelo church. This church is built on the hill and stretches high above the historical downtown area. Here you will also find a labyrinth or paved streets and flights or stairs well worth a visit. You are treated to special views looking down the scenic streets and coastline, and absorbing the interesting and beautiful spots of Altea.
Things to do in Altea
Every visitor to Altea is invited to a journey or exploration on foot. The labyrinth of narrow alleys offering a gorgeous view of the Bay of Altea is what has given Altea its fame. On your way you will pass numerous small stores, boots, and galleries offering a wide range of hand-crafted goods. A stone's throw away from Altea lies Cactuslandia, hosting a collection or over a thousand species of cacti and parrots that will most certainly amaze you. Multiple amusement parks are found in the direction of Benidorm, such as Terra Mitica, Spain's first Theme Park on The Costa Blanca. This Theme Park is divided into five areas representing five lost civilizations or bygone ages. Its attractions take you back to the myths and legends of these ancient cultures. Aqualandia is a very large Water Park.Get the full listing »