Renovated villa in traditional Spanish style with sea views in Benissa, Montemar. This property features a terrace, private pool and a covered lounge area. On the ground floor there is a bedroom with ensuite bathroom. Upstairs you will find the nice living room with wood stove. The room also offers a high ceiling with beautiful beamed beams in the shape of a sun. Here you will also find two bedrooms, two bathrooms and the big birthplace that can also be used as a dining room. The property also offers a small roof terrace, double garage, a separate driveway with space for two more cars and several terraces with seating areas around the house. This charming villa offers stunning views of the glittering Mediterranean Sea, Benissa and the beautiful Calpe cliff.
Benissa is a city northeast of the province of Alicante, in the district of Alta and has about 14,000 inhabitants. The municipality of Benissa has a lot of irregular and mixed terrain that stretches down to the coast and has a coastal strip of about 4 km, mostly with small coves and rocks and this area is called Benimarco. The water is crystal clear and is a paradise for anyone who wants to snorkel. Other water sports practiced here include scuba diving, sailing, kayaking and wind surfing. Hiking is another popular activity the Benissa is surrounded by mountains and the most famous is Sierra de Bernia on the next 1200 m. There are many hiking trails of different difficulty. Benissa is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca with beautifully preserved buildings from the 1700s and 1800s. The neighboring town of Teulada with narrow cobblestone streets lined with palm trees and tall townhouses all painted in different autumn shades is a quiet and tranquil city. Agriculture is still important for the city, and all around it is grown from olives, grapes, lemons and oranges. Teulada has retained its Spanish character with legacy and traditions, despite the fact that many Dutch, German and English have made Teulada a new home. The very name Benissa is Arabic and means son of Isa, which was probably a significant Arab tribes that populated this area during the Arab era. Try the local gastronomy in Benissa that consists of delicious rice dishes and carcasses. Do not miss the old city of medieval character. There are buildings from both the 1500-1600 and the 1700s here worth visiting and Calle Desamparados, with many stately houses with wrought iron gates. In April, Benissa has his local fiesta to commemorate the patron saint Purísima Xiqueta. To Benissa you can easily reach the motorway, which takes about 1h. Taking the bus takes about 3-4 hours and costs 12 euros from the airport. You can also go the train that goes the longest coast from Alicante to Denia.