The Costa Blanca is renowned for its turquoise waters, miles of white sandy beaches, fiery fiestas and sizzling nightlife. Visitors adore the ease of its home comforts and family-friendly amenities, while many more are seduced by unexplored valleys, pretty hilltop hamlets and unspoilt fishing villages. Year-round sunshine makes Costa Blanca an ideal choice for every type of villa holiday – whether you seek peace and relaxation, fun and recreation, or a perfect balance between the two.
This Luxury Penthouse Apartment located on the 3rd Floor with Lift Access, and fits in seamlessly with its natural surroundings on the Jardin D'Alba Urbanisation offers a charming and relaxing atmosphere appealing to both those who enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle or just looking to relax an unwind. With indoor Spa, Sauna, Gym etc.
Just a very short drive away, you'll find the beaches of Campoamor, La Zenia, Playa Flamenca and EL Capitan the perfect places to escape and enjoy the sun and sea, where you can also find an array of shops and places to eat in the town. In addition, the nearby town of San Miguel de Salinas offers the opportunity to experience traditional Spanish culture with some lovely bars, quaint restaurants, and a weekly market. Las Colinas Golf & Country Club caters for all tastes and age groups and is the perfect place for an active or relaxing break.
Set within a secure location this tranquil 3rd Floor Apartment with Lift Access from
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom is less than a 1-minute walk to a stunning communal pool and yet minutes to the beaches and walking distance to the fabulous Villamartin Plaza and a short drive to La Fuente Plaza.
Weekly Rental - 7 Nights
November - February £275.00
March - April £300.00
May - June £330.00
July - August £350.00
Refundable Damages Deposit £150.00
Property Cleaning €60.00 per Compulsory
Late Check-In After 22:00 €50.00
Early Check-Out before 07:00 €50.00
Late Check-Out - Charged at Same Daily Rate as your Holiday
Luxury Top Floor Penthouse Apartment with Lift
Enclosed Fully Double Glazed Balcony, Leading via Spiral Stairs to Private Roof Solarium
Fully Gated and Secure Location
Large Solarium for Al Fresco Dining
Wonderful Pool with Separate Children's Pool
Fully Double Glazed Windows
Air Conditioning and Heating
Large Flat Screen TV with UK and European Channels
Large Vista Balcony with Views over Pine Trees
1 Extra Large Sofa which also converts into Double Bed if required
Separate Dining Table Inside
1 Double Bedroom
1 Full Bathroom with Shower of Bathroom
Fully Equipped Kitchen,
Large Fridge Freezer,
Large Capacity Washing Machine
The coast of Alicante, in the east of Spain, has more than 200 kilometres of impressive Mediterranean beaches. Known as the Costa Blanca,
It has Benidorm as its tourism ambassador, here extensive beaches of fine sand contrast with rocky coves and peaceful waters. It is a fascinating environment, with numerous natural treasures, ranging from remote caves to large palm groves. But the Costa Blanca is much more, as shown by its historic and cultural heritage and its delicious gastronomy.
The perfect micro-climate
They say that Alicante owes its fantastic micro-climate to the mountain range and hills that protect it in the north. Thanks to this, the province enjoys a sunny climate practically all year round, with rain on barely 20 days. It has over 2,800 hours of sun per year on average. The towns of the Costa Blanca therefore present an ideal climate for enjoying its beaches, sailing sports or all kinds of leisure activities in the open air. In this area, the average annual temperature is around 19.5º C. in winter; they do not usually fall below 16º C. That Mediterranean micro-climate makes sense of the Costa Blanca as a perfect place to stay at any season of the year.
The importance of rice
As you would expect in Valencia, in Alicante rice is central to its gastronomy. Beyond the typical paella, the area offers a wide variety of popular recipes, like calderó (served after the fish with which it was cooked), olleta (combined with vegetables and sausages) and simple rice a banda style.
In the coastal towns, you will find many dishes sourced from the sea, made with fish and seafood. Inland delicious concoctions with meat locally cured sausages. Other typical dishes are the savoury cocas, a base of bread to which assorted ingredients are added. Particularly the coca made with tuna.
Among its desserts, the turrons and ices from Jijona, made by artisan methods in this town, are famous throughout the world. Other high points are the wines with the Alicante designation of origin, above all its sweeter wines.
Leisure for all
In the natural environment of the Costa Blanca you will be able to practise path walking, climbing, abseiling, canyoning etc. You can also tour its impressive caves, which conceal veritable underground treasures. For example, the Cova del Canelobre in Busot.
Of course, other sporting alternatives are offered by its beaches. In addition to water sports, in its waters crystalline you will be able to practise scuba diving and fishing. Apart from this, the area has several golf courses.
The most important of the museums in Alicante is its Provincial Archaeological Museum. Guadalest has several curious collections on show, like its exhibitions of instruments of torture and micro-miniatures. And children will enjoy a visit to the Toy Museums of Denia and Ibi and any of the theme parks in the province, like Terra Mítica.
Several towns on the Costa Blanca share popular traditions. In March there are the Fallas, the emblematic festival of the Valencian Community: a fascinating spectacle in which figures created for the occasion are set on fire. Other events associated with fire are the Bonfires of Saint John, which light up the night of 23 June to welcome summer. Many coastal villages commemorate the Fiesta of the Our Lady of Carmen, on 16 July, with maritime processions.
Also popular is the Festival of Moors and Christians. at Alcoy, in April, with crowds in the streets and spectacular processions; the Bous a la Mar at Denia, in July, amateur bullfights in which the animals end up in water; the Living Chess in Jábea, also in July, in which children reproduce a famous game of chess; and the Mystery of Elche, in August, a famous and ancient religious performance of medieval origins.
The Costa Blanca is renowned for its turquoise waters, miles of white sandy beaches, fiery fiestas and sizzling nightlife. Visitors adore the ease of its home comforts and family-friendly amenities, while many more are seduced by unexplored valleys, pretty hilltop hamlets, and unspoilt fishing villages. Year-round sunshine makes Costa Blanca an ideal choice for every type of villa holiday – whether you seek peace and relaxation, fun and recreation, or a perfect balance between the two.