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Villa Benibrai has a large living/dining room with fireplace, TV-Sat, 2 sofas and dining table seating 6. The villa has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, independent kitchen (fully equipped). The naya with balcony provides additional living space. Garage. fence all around. Big terrace near the swimming pool, with chairs, table and sunbeds. Big barbecue. Delightful underfloor wood central heating for winter.
The vila is in Jalón, for visiting inland the real Spain or only a short drive away from the coastal resorts of Calpe (12 Km.), Moraira (18 Km), Denia (20 Km.), Javea (20 Km) and Benidorm (30 Km). The house has easy car access to the beaches of Moraira, Denia and Javea. Alicante Airport is about 70 Km. The nearest beach is about 15 minutes drive to Calpe. This is a long white sandy beach with lots of bars and children's' play areas, there you can find the famous Calpe Rock.
The Jalon Valley (Vall de Pop) is known as The Valley of Wine. It is surrounded by magnificent mountains that seem to change form every time you look at them. Jalon itself lies in the centre of the valley whilst surrounded by many smaller villages nestled amongst the grape vines, almond and orange trees.
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.
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