This breathtaking property offers its guests pleanty of open living space.
Set on a large plot with landscaped gardens, you will be guaranteed absolute privacy and peace.
The house has been totally renovated to the highest possible standard, it has been tastefully furnished and fitted out with attention to detail. We are constantly updating and improving our fascility in oder to make your stay,one that will never be forgotten.
It is also perfect for guests confined to a wheelchair.
The 3 massive bedrooms have air conditioning, all with large double beds and all with ensuite bathrooms. Each has direct access to the pool and terrace.
2 recently added bedrooms share a large walk through bathroom and large private terrace with delightful garden views
The pool and terrace with jacuzzi wich is not overlooked have sweeping views of the bay of roses and the distant Pyrenees mountains, which are snowcaped in winter and assure you of a fantastic sunset every evening. There are several separate seating areas and the terrace also has a giant tiled chess board with lovely hand carved chess pieces. The wrought iron pergola with it's retractable awning, and large tiled table, can seat up to 12 people.
The kitchen is large ,modern and functional, with a central island for preparation, 2 wash basins, induction hob, grill, hot plate,oven,steamer oven, microwave , wine fridge and coffee machine just to mention a few of its special features.
The adjoining dinning area with a large solid wooden table and seating for 10 people a childs high chair is also available.
A large double sidded fireplace separates the dinning and living area.
The entertainment area includes a Hi-Fi with Bluetooth and a 42' LCD Flat screen TV with Chromecast
Alarm and security cameras with conection to security service are in operation.
There is pleanty of off and on street parking.
The pool is serviced twice weekly, the jacuzzi is cleaned and refilled after every changeover.
The owner is available and happy to assist at all times.
We offer many extra services including bookings and reservations for excursions and restaurants, babysitting and shopping service just to name a few.
ALT EMPORDA: This region is situated at the Northeastern most corner of the Iberian Peninsula, where the Costa Brava begins, with small coastal towns like Portbou and Colera. The capital, Figueres, is known world-wide for being the site of the Dal Theatre Museum, one of Spain's most frequently visited museums, which houses a great deal of the painter's works. From here, one can embark on a journey covering the life of Salvador Dal iacute, including a visit to the Puacute castle (in the Baix Empord region) and to his home in Portlligat, in Cadaqu.
The Alt Empord; region also boasts natural areas of great environmental interest. The Aiguamolls de I'Empord; Natural Park, situated between the towns of Castell; d'Emps, Empuriabrava (a residential area that provides a wide range of leisure offerings and where the Mediterranean's biggest residential marina is located) and Sant Pere Pescador, concentrates a large number of autochthonous flora and fauna species.
SITUATED ON THE BORDER OF THE PARK: Cap de Creus Natural Park, which occupies a surface area of 10,787 hectares on land and another 3,073 hectares of sea, encompasses the coastal towns of Cadaqu, El Port de la Selva, Llan; and Roses, and the inland towns of La Selva de Mar, Palau -saverdera, Pau and Vilaju. You will enjoy pleasant walking tours, usually with a lot of wind, along the paths that take you to the Cap. This is your chance of seeing more that 250 bird species.
Cap de Creus is the first marine and terrestrial park in Catalonia. The Cap de Creus peninsula is the last spur of the Pyrenees and the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula.
The combination of both marine and inland environments makes Cap de Creus Natural Park the first of its kind in Catalonia.
THE NEARBY RUINS D'EMPORDA: Empuries has a very nice beach, which is dwarfed by the most important archaeological site in Spain, like the ruins of the Greek Paleopolis at Sant Marti Empuries, with the Neopolis, necropolis and the Roman Ruins as well as the museum of the excavations. The foundation of Empuries is ascribed to the Greeks who had settled at Marsseille in 550BC. A visit to the ruins shows the market, the agora, the holy area where the temples stood and the main one dedicated to Jupiter. Among a group of altars, the statue of Aesculapius was found, a reproduction of which can be seen. The museum shows reproductions of the most valuable finds, which are kept in Barcelona and Girona. The ruins of a Christian basilica and Visigoth sarcophagi are found in the harbour area. Of the Roman town, the southern wall, the amphitheatre and the arena are preserved as well as the ruins of a Roman villa.
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