Light and modern apartment with comunity pool in quiet village of Benigembla. Beautiful countryside for walking, climbing and cycling. Walking distance to village bars and amenites. A perfect place to relax by the pool or discover local traditional villages. It is also a great place for outdoor activities. You can explore the nearby mountains in peace without seeing many other people. The nearby mountains offer opportunities for exciting activities like climbing, paragliding, and zipwires.
“Our visit was great. The impeccable site, quiet and very well located to visit sites such as Jávea, Altea, Calp, etc. In the accommodation we felt at home, with all the comforts. Jocelyn was super friendly in guiding us to the room and making us useful recommendations for our trip. 100% recommended. We would love to repeat!”
Small house / apartment, located in the center of the village. With three bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen-living room. Beautiful views. Ideal for unwinding and relaxing. In the kitchen there are pots, pans, dishes, glasses, coffee maker, toaster, .... all or almost all the basics to be able to cook. In the rooms there are clean sheets, blankets (for winter), .. There are also clean towels for the shower. I always try to leave some things to prepare breakfast.
“All perfect. Ana's house is in an ideal location for relaxation and contact with nature, within a small inland town. Everything has been unbeatable in every way. We will repeat without hesitation.”
Stone house in the middle of the mountain where you can disconnect from the daily routine, surrounded by cherry trees, holm oaks, pines ... An idyllic place for nature lovers and tranquility. Option to alternative activities: massages, excursions, yoga ..
“This place is, as everyone has mentioned, quite beautiful. There is hiking right outside the driveway, amazing sunsets, and great views. One thing, however: If you're thinking of staying here in the winter, be prepared for it to be COLD. Very, very cold. Pepa will give you a rolling heater to use in a room, but it's not strong enough to heat the whole house. So if you're here from November until I'd guess March, be prepared with layers and jackets! It's a cute place if you like hiking and exploring, but I'm guessing it's much more awesome in spring and summer. Also, given the twisty roads, make sure you arrive during the day and not at night! You don't want to drive the roads up for the first time in darkness (which we didn't, but figured it'd be good to warn others about).”