Casa Alegre is a luxurious and ideally situated single storey villa on a flat south facing plot within easy walking distance of Moraira's two main sandy beaches and attractive town centre. It is fully registered with the Valencian Tourism authorities:-
**** VALENCIA TOURISM REGISTRATION NUMBER VT-442306-A ****
Whilst the beach, bars, restaurants and town centre are all in close walking distance, we do recommend hiring a car for food shopping from the many excellent and well stocked local supermarkets and also to explore the surrounding mountains, lush valleys and the many sandy and rocky coves.
This stunning and spacious Mellini built villa would be the perfect choice for those seeking a quiet yet convenient location whether for couples or families. A gentle five minute stroll from the villa brings you down to a wide array of bars and restaurants with both beaches only three and six minutes walk beyond. Nearby are three delightful and relaxing seafront bars overlooking the town, castle and marina, the Algas, Amante and El Chamizo.
The villa has off road secure parking with sliding main entry gate and side gate with evening security light.
Secure 300mbs Wi-Fi is included at the villa.
Inside, you cannot fail to be impressed by the light and sunny aspect of the “Naya” room which has two double glass door exits leading out onto the main sun terrace. This is a great place to sit, relax and enjoy the wonderful Spanish climate.
The bright and well equipped kitchen is accessed from the Naya and features a dishwasher, microwave, toaster, electric oven with gas hobs, fridge freezer separate cold drink fridge and kettle. Under unit lighting illuminates the main work surfaces. The adjoining utility room houses a Bosch washing machine.
The large lounge and dining area is air conditioned and reached from both the Naya and via a sliding door from the kitchen. The attractive light-wood extendable dining table with six matching chairs stands in a large alcove area with illuminated wall mirror. The comfortable lounge suite comprises a three seater settee with two matching armchairs with several side tables. A flat screen 32” Satellite television is provided with a wide range of UK programme choice together with a DVD player.
From the lounge a hall takes you past the main villa entry door to an air conditioned bedroom with twin beds, opposite this is a shower room with sink and w.c.
Continuing along the hall you first reach another twin bedded room with ceiling fan then through a further door into the air conditioned master bedroom which has a double bed and stylish en-suite bathroom with bath, shower attachment, sink, w.c. and bidet.
All bedrooms have double built in wardrobe space and windows have insect screens. There is a substantial and robust safe available during your stay.
Outside, the flat terrace is not overlooked and has an inviting 8m X 4m swimming pool with Roman step entry, the depth of the pool ranges from 3' (Shallow end) to 5'6” (Deep end ). There is a wrap around shower to change and shower before and after swimming.
From the end of the terrace there are open views towards the mountains behind and the seafront of Moraira town centre. A great spot for that evening Sundowner.
The large terrace has ample comfortable sun loungers, tables and umbrella plus an extended terrace area with a Pagoda shading the main table and chairs for Al fresco dining. A large extendable sun awning can be deployed to provide additional shade if required. There is also a Spanish style barbecue.
The gardens surrounding the property contain a wide selection of palms, cacti, white and pink oleander, bougainvillea and fruit trees.
You are assured a memorable stay in Casa Alegre. Don't delay make your booking now!
THE MORAIRA AREA - WHAT TO SEE AND DO:-
Moraira truly the jewel of the Northern Costa Blanca is a small, upmarket Spanish coastal town, part of Teulada municipality, 80 km north of Alicante and 100 km south of Valencia. It is a tourist resort with 8 km of coastline backed by mountains and vineyards. This laid-back resort is ideal for those who want to enjoy the Costa Blanca away from the busier, bigger resorts, yet close enough to enjoy all the fantastic activities that the region has to offer.
The area is very popular with affluent retirees, especially the English. Most visitors to Moraira are Spanish, English, German, Dutch, French and more recently Russian. The local people of Moraira are extremely friendly and patient with foreign visitors, not surprising, as aside from agriculture, they depend on tourism for their livelihood. There is a pleasant international feel to the area. Most people are pleased to speak English with you and even more pleased if a small attempt to speak Spanish is made.
Little remains of the fishing cottages that once made up the little port that serviced the town of Teulada that stands at the head of the valley. Moraira has a privately owned marina built in 1985 and is blessed with a wide selection of stylish cafés within its pleasant streets with many good quality restaurants, including several Michelin recommended restaurants in the immediate area.
Moraira has two main local sandy beaches, which gently shelve away into the Mediterranean Sea; both hold EEC Blue flag awards and are well-tended and very safe for family bathing.
The town itself has a lovely, relaxed atmosphere, with old cobbled streets, an impressive marina, excellent variety of local shops, weekly open markets, harbour-side fish restaurants and bars still retaining their Spanish heritage. The gift shops and weekly markets offer everything from locally made arts and crafts to jewellery and clothes.
There is plenty to do in the evenings as well, from family friendly entertainment to sophisticated bars and lounges. Why not catch some live music or watch a traditional flamenco performance.
The Moraira region is also famous for growing Muscatel grapes for wine-making. From the colourful seafront, you can enjoy stunning views across the bay to El Peñon de Ifach, the rock of Calpe, The Moraira valley is stunning. It is full of whitewashed villas and very green with lots of pine trees
For sports enthusiasts - Tennis, football, squash, all water sports, boat hire and trips, horse-riding, go-kart racing for both adults and children, a small fairground and night-clubs for all ages are all available in or close to Moraira. Three large golf courses can be enjoyed within a few minutes drive from the town.
Families heading to Moraira will certainly find plenty to do. You can take the kids on a glass-bottomed boat trip and there are some great theme parks in the area.
Easily reached by car are some larger towns which are well worth visiting: Javea, Calpe, Denia, Altea, Benidorm and Valencia. There are many places of interest to see on day excursions, apart from the other coastal resorts there is also the spectacular inland and mountainous environment to discover including the wonderful mountain-top fortress of Guadalest.
A short drive into Teulada gives access to the station for the Lemon Express rail line, where for a few euros, you can travel through delightful mountainous scenery to Calpe and Altea and also on to Benidorm and even Alicante, an experience not to be missed.
A drive through and around the nearby Jalon Valley is another great option with its stunning views and many charming and reasonably priced restaurants.
Markets and Fiestas
If you like open markets then, aside from the weekly Friday market held in central Moraira, you could plan a visit every day of the week to the various markets held in neighbouring towns and villages. Apart from enjoying the buzzing Spanish activity, you can buy some excellent, cheap fresh fruit and vegetables, local specialities, herbs and spices, leather goods, clothes, rugs, fresh and silk flowers, souvenirs, pottery and a whole variety of other goods.
As in all of Spain there are numerous fiestas (festivals) held throughout the year in the region; with specific festivals held in April, June, July and November in Moraira itself.