Holiday Rentals in Costa Blanca

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Holiday Rentals in Costa Blanca-Javea

 

 

 

Javea is a charming town in the Costa Blanca region. It lies between the capes of La Nao and San Antonio on the northern part of Costa Blanca. The town is sheltered from, the continental winds by the Mount Montgo and also bathed by Mediterranean Sea. To this end, Javea has been considered by the World Health Organization as one of the towns in the world, having near perfect climate for longevity. It has mild temperatures and varying landscapes from rugged mountain areas to sandy coastlines. These wonderful scenery make conducive destination for tourists from all walks of life.
Javea has managed to preserve its known heritage as a fishing town in coastal region of Costa Blanca in Spain. It is taken as a jewel for the coastal communities. This has made it receive thousands of tourists each year. Besides its location and culture, there are so many exciting places to visit including the world class trendy restaurants and bars. Its natural beauty leaves a lot to be discovered and ensures a perfect holiday for the tourists by offering them a wide range of villas in Javea.

 

The influx of tourists in every year has led to tremendous growth of the real estate industry. To this end, many holiday rentals in Javea have been established. They come in form of rental apartments and also holiday villas. These facilities are privately owned by individuals or multinational companies. The location of these apartments or villa and the facilities that are found in them determines the monthly charges that you are required to pay.  There are those which are located near the beaches while others are situated few kilometers to inland. The macroclimate of Javea has seen many tourists coming in to the region even during winter.

 

 

 

Spending your holiday in Javea comes with a number of other benefits, especially for the golf lovers. There are a couple of golf courses that one can visit and get a feel of this form of entertainment. In addition, the presence of many pubs and night leisure venues ensures that one refreshes and unwinds completely.

 

The security has not been compromised. There is enough presence of security personnel both private and government security teams. At the same time the apartments and villas are protected on 24 hour basis. Therefore one is assured of safe stay in his holiday in Javea. The old monastery is another tourist attraction. It is situated in a village mountain of Guadlest. It also can’t go without mentioning the Montgo Nature Reserve and the Cabo de San Antonio Marine Nature Reserve which give you a wonderful interaction with the wildlife. One cannot avoid such places in his holiday visit to Javea.

 

In knowing the best and cheapest holiday apartments in Javea, one should do a bit of homework online. There are many website platforms offering information on these facilities and also where you can visit in Javea. However one should know his specifications and budget in advance so that you can compare the charges from different agents or owners.

 

Top Places To Visit In Granada

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Top Places To Visit In Granada

 

Granada is the capital and city of province of Granada. It is located at foot of Sierra Nevada Mountains and at an altitude of 738 metres you will enjoy fresh air. It is only an hour drive from Mediterranean coast. It is the 13th largest city in Spain with about 4 % of its residents not citizens of Spain. The following are some of must visit places in Granada during your holiday:

 

 

 

The Alhambra

This is the most popular place in Granada. It is a place of indescribable beauty. You may call it both a fortress and a palace surrounded by walls. It has a rich history; being the residence of Nasrid sultans from 13th century and 15th century. Its splendour is evident in its towers, palaces, gardens, and royal apartments. It gives you the taste of the Nasrid dynasty. The visiting times are divided into two: morning and afternoon. The night visits are limited only to the Generallife, Alcazaba, and the Nasrid Palaces.

 

 

 

Cathedral and Royal Chapel

It is built on a site of former Great Mosque. The interior of Cathedral of Granada is imposed with many beautiful chapels. Royal Chapel is a burial place of Catholic Kings and it is just adjacent. You can visit this place on any other day except Sunday and during public holidays. You do not need any tickets in advance as they are available on site.

 

 

 

 

 

Carrera Del Darro

This is another must see place in Granada. It is adjacent to River Darro hence its name. It is crossed by 2 stone bridges. From this place you will enjoy amazing views of different major places in the city. Plaza Nueva is located here and it is regarded as oldest square in the city. There are a total of 11 routes you can get to this place by bus. It is also a walking distance from the city centre. If you love beer, you are free to have it in Paseo de los Tristes as you enjoy beautiful views of Alhambra.

 

 

 

 

Sacromonte and Albaycin

These are two historical districts of Granada. Albaycin is situated on a hill opposite Alhambra. You will find narrow streets that are lined with the ancient Arab houses. Sacromonte is popular for its gypsy caves, flamenco shows, and beautiful natural surroundings. There are over 30 routes you can use to get to these places. Being a steep hill, you are advised to wear comfortable pair of shoes. Take care not to get lost in the narrow streets. If you are a person of wine, you can enjoy it during sunsets.

The caves in Sacromonte bring true taste of real Spain via the authentic flamenco shows. There are so many restaurants where you can enjoy the flamenco dancing. The shows cost about 20 Euros. You will also get a chance to enjoy the Granadian cuisine during your holiday in the city. Most restaurants give free snacks, but you need to pay for the drink first.

 

Granada is not just a tradition, it is philosophy of life. It has a rich taste of life evidenced with amazing views and nice people.