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We are a young company whose motto is to provide our clients with high quality accommodation. Our offer specializes in rural cottages, apartments and villas, all located within a privileged environment on the Costa Blanca (Oliva, Denia, Javea, Benissa, Moraira,...) and charming flats in Valencia. All of them offer the visitor a choice between large sandy beaches or beaches to do diving, with hiking routes through the mountains or walking around the city, all enjoying the excellent Mediterranean weather.
Dénia is the capital of the Marina Alta region, at the northern part of the province of Alicante. Its excellent weather all along the year makes this seaside town a great choice to spend a quiet holiday. Besides, it owns 20 Km of dreamlike shore and beautiful coves assuring our clients a nice stay in this little Mediterranean paradise. The city center invites you to climb up to the Castle, to stroll through the old fishing area and, of course, to taste its rich gastronomy thanks to a wide variety of bars and restaurants. The town treasures different traditions: Moors and Christinans (Moros y Cristianos), Bulls to the sea (Bous a la mar), Las Fallas,... Moreover, hiking can be practiced through the Montgó’s Natural Park (Parque Natural del Montgó) and to admire the astonishing views of the Marina del Cabo de San Antonio’ Natural Reserve (Reserva Natural Marina del Cabo de San Antonio).
Jávea is located in the north of the province of Alicante, between the Cabos de San Antonio and La Nao. The Montgó mountain prevents Jávea from the continental winds and it enjoys warm weather the whole year round, with an average of 18°C. It is also a town with great culture, which can be seen in its traditions and festivals like St John’s eve (Hogueras de San Juan), Moors and Christians (Moros y Cristianos) or celebrations in the Virgen de Loreto’s honor. The historical center keeps its particular street’s zigzagging network of white façades, Tosca stone porticos and gothic large windows. In the lively fishing harbor, the local fishermen unload and sell their fish every day at the fish market. The marine neighbourhood and the Arenal seafront with lots of boutiques, bars and restaurants are all leisure time zones where our visitors will find it easy to relax and enjoy the typical gastronomy.
Benissa is a small town located in the north-west of the city of Alicante, with years of Iberian, Roman, Arabic and Christian history which can be smelled in the streets of the magnificently conserved historic center. Its peaceful coves and beaches between cliffs are the perfect place to rest or to do diving. And there is nothing better than to go hiking through the mountains of Bérnia, La Solana, Oltá and Mallà Verda, to meet its landscapes.
Valencia is one of the most important cities in Spain, an open door to the Mediterranean Sea with the special charm of a harbour city. The city harmonizes the remants of its remote past, dated 138 B.C. with its most modern buildings. Mild winters and warm summers make Valencia a perfect place to visit. The Cathedral, the Basilica, the famous tower of “El Miguelete” and also the “Lonja de la Seda”, the Central Market, the Towers of Quart and Serranos, the bridges over the Turia river, the Botanical and Royal Gardens, the Fine Arts Museum, the Almudín, the IVAM (Modern Art Museum of Valencia), “L’Hemisferic” and the Arts and Science City are just a few of the interesting places you can see.
Pleasant weather encourages night-life. There are several different districts where you can go for a drink or dance until midnight (El Carmen, Cánovas, Ruzafa, la Malvarrosa…).
“Paella” is the most typical dish of the city; you can sample it in practically all the restaurants along the one of the beaches, say: “La Malvarrosa”, “Patacona”, “El Saler”... There are many and varied local holidays or “fiestas” during the year like “El Corpus” at Easter, but the most famous of them all is “Las Fallas”, known for its “International Touristic Interest” classification. Every year, from the 15th through the 19th of March the streets are filled with “mascletás” (firecrackers), parades of flower offerings, paella cooking competitions and amazing fireworks shows at night called “Castillos”.
Gata de Gorgos is a quiet village of whitewashed houses, with a strong Mediterranean atmosphere. It has a long tradition of basket-making and the manufacture of other wicker and straw products, making Gata well-known both within Spain and internationally. Other traditional crafts include ´El Bolillo´, guitar-making and ceramics.
It is ideally located in the Marina Alta, with easy access to the beaches of Denia, Jávea, Benitatxel and Moraira, and to inland villages such as Benidoleig, Benissa, Jalón, Pedreguer, la Vall de Laguar, la Vall de la Gallinera and la Vall de Ebo. There are good train connections to Denia, Benidorm, Calpe, Altea and Alicante.
The Gorgos River cuts through the village. Take a walk in the Font del Riu gardens, or visit the Mata i Murta fountain.
Gata´s principal festivities include the San Miguel fiesta, at the end of September which hosts a Craft Fair with lots of colourful stalls. At the Barrio de la Font del Riu fiesta which honours Saint Joan, the area around Calle Lepanto is full of street parties, open-air picnics and bull-runs. Festivities to commemorate the Santísimo Christo del Calvario culminate on 6th August with the ´Día Grande´ celebration. During the preceding week the festivities include bull-runs, street parties, firework displays, floral offerings, parades and other traditional activities.