Luxury property with high quality finishes. This 4 bedroom villa is south facing and is located in a quiet residential area with views of Calpe and the Peñon de Ifach.
Finished in 2016 and decorated to the highest standards.
The property consists of a large open plan living and dining room with a fully equipped kitchen with plenty of storage space, outdoor patio and pool area.
On this level you will also find a beautiful guest bedroom and a full bathroom.
The first floor is completely dedicated to the night area.
There are 2 double bedrooms one en-suite, and a large master suite with spectacular views over Calpe and the sea.
A one bedroom apartment and parking for 10 or more cars, complete the property.
Calpe, one of the towns of La Marina Alta, lies on the northern coast of the province of Alicante, surrounded by the towns of Altea, Benidorm, Teulada-Moraira, Benissa.
Calpe, a fishing town par excellence, with more than 13 km. of coastline bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, is always under the protective shadow of the Rock of Ifach, emblem of Calpe and La Costa Blanca. The Rock of Ifach is a calcareous mass measuring 332 metres in height, rich in vegetation and birds and declared nature reserve in 1987.
Prior to becoming a tourist town, Calpe was traditionally an agricultural and fishing town, producing almonds, raisins and carob beans, as well as being dedicated to fishing and the extraction of salt from its salt flats.
The fish auction dates back to very distant times. Currently, the auction is one of the most attractive and visited events in Calpe. The auction, organised by the Fishermen’s Guild, consists of the wholesale of fresh fish captured by the fishermen of Calpe. The Guild was founded in 1924 and it currently manages a total of 22 fishing boats manned by approximately 160 fishermen.
From the coves of ‘El Collao’ on the far west, we come across the beaches of ‘Arenal-Bol’, ‘Cantal Roig’ and ‘Levante’, two sailing clubs, and a very busy fishing port, with a succession of restaurants serving fish and seafood.Climbing the Rock of Ifach, sailing along the bay, visiting the Real Club Náutico de Calpe (Calpe’s Royal Sailing Club), strolling through the ‘Paseo Ecológico Príncipe de Asturias’ (the Prince of Asturias’ Ecological Promenade), savouring the delights of the Calpe Bay, enjoying a dip in the ‘Baños de la Reina’ (the Queen’s Baths), practicing scuba diving in the coves, swimming in its fine sandy beaches, visiting Las Salinas (the salt flats) or the old town centre, practicing sports in the fully-equipped installations and enjoying the variety and richness of its fiestas, are just some of the activities on offer in Calpe.
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