Breath taking panoramic views of the mountains and beaches of the Mediterranean see.
Newly renovated villa with a recent addition of a master bedroom on top floor. Perfect for romantic couple retreat or a family of 4-8 all year round. Villa is located in a charming Urbanization of Monte Pego on top of a mountain, at the end of a quiet street, neighboring with a National Reserve Park of Pego thus offering peace and quiet and ultra clean environment.
Villa is fitted with a modern, high end interior, equipped with air-conditioning for hot summer and floor heating in main living area for winter stays.
Casa Barranco has been designed to cater for everyone seeking a relaxing and comfortable holiday.
- Entrance to the property - a sliding iron gate with 2 covered parking spaces and enough room for two more cars.
- Large garden surrounds villa with shrubs , flowers, palms , olive, orange, lemon and grapefruit trees (please feel free to pick some for your morning juice!). The garden includes a few smaller terraces and courtyards with decorative iron gates, which can be locked to ensure safety of the children.
- Newly built 8x4 private heated pool with attached whirlpool above the garden, overlooking rocky valley rice fields and the town of Oliva.
- South Facing Traditional Spanish, shaded terrace and a sun deck with outdoor cushioned furniture, coffee table, BBQ/ grill facilities and a table for pool snacking or a fresh lunch.
- Outdoor shower and sun beds.
- Morning coffee terrace outside of the kitchen door on the South East side of the villa
- Secluded and cosy Family Dining courtyard with al fresco cooking facilities and a table for 6-8 people
- Bocce game field ( a set of bocce balls inside the house).
- Villa offers 2 double Bedrooms with En-suite Bathrooms ( master bedroom upstairs and one on the ground floor ), one Twin bedroom with separate Bathroom, comfortable and modern Living Room , spacious, fully equipped modern fitted Kitchen with Dining space inviting to the table that can seat 10 people ( expandable oak table).
- Conservatory with panoramic windows , sofa, coffee table and a book shelf
- Small independent flat downstairs with a Double bedroom, Kitchenette, shower Bathroom and a Library.
As you open the main door to the house you step into a small hallway with a shoe shelf and under stairs storage area ( one of the under stairs cabinets hides a vacuum cleaner, mops and brushes). To your right you will find terra-cotta tiled staircase, leading you to the Master Bedroom (Bedroom 1) with en-suite toilet , walk in shower, an array of of recently installed luxury wardrobes with mirror fronts allowing for plenty of storage space, a lift up king size bed (suitable for storing suitcases) and a 240 degrees views on the mountains and sea offering spectacular sunsets or invigorating views to wake up to.
Downstairs - on entering the living room from the entry hall you will find to your left a recently installed open planned fully equipped modern kitchen with everything you may need – Hob, Oven, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge/Freezer, kettle, 2 different types Coffee Makers, Toaster, Cutlery and Kitchen-ware, a smoothie maker and even a Spanish cook book! Dining area will comfortably seat 6 -8 people ( 10 if you spread the table and insert the spare boards). From this area there are two exits to the decks - South East facing - perfect for morning coffee deck and south West oriented main terrace with a pool, jacuzzi, sun beds and outdoor sofas.
The spacious living room with a gas fire place and flat screen TV with European free sat TV and DVD Player is furnished with luxurious leather sofas, oriental coffee table and stylish bamboo chairs . A closed- in "naya" (conservatory) with another comfortable sofa and coffee table is accessible directly from the living room. It opens up a whole new set of panoramic views making this spot ideal for an evening chill out or a morning coffee.
To the right of the living you will find an arched entrance to two fully furnished bedrooms (Bedroom 2 and Bedroom 3) and two recently refurbished bathrooms. Bedroom 2 is a king size bed with a full wall of fitted wardrobes, bedside cabinets and en-suite bathroom with a walk in shower. Bedroom 3 has twin beds that can be pulled together to make a super king bed if needed, fitted wardrobes and bedside cabinets. This bedroom has a bathroom next door. There are two hairdryers in the house - one upstairs one to be shared between the two ground floor bathrooms.
There is a separate apartment, suitable for two extra guests (possibly with a baby as the baby cots are available ) . The apartment has a small kitchenette consisting of a couple of cabinets, small fridge, sink, kettle and a microwave . The reasonable sized bathroom offers a toilet, sink and a walk in shower.
Monte Pego is part of Pego Town and is situated on the Spanish Mediterranean Coast (Costa Blanca). It is a small town in the Valencian region and the province of Alicante. Nearby you will find Denia and Javea.
Pego – is a large market town lying within a fertile valley of orange groves. Pego’s long history dates back to Palaeolithic times and throughout its varied occupations including Romans, Muslims and Christians. There are remains of ancient settlements in the surrounding countryside and beautifully restored architecture within the town. The town itself is typical of the area, with its warren of narrow streets and pathways.
Denia – is the second closest town to Casa Monte Pego at just a 15-20 minute drive. Denia enjoys a privilege position right on the northern edge of the province of Alicante. It sits on the shores of the Mediterranean opposite the Balearic Islands and is backed by the impressive mountains of the Montgó Natural Park. Denia hosts many fiestas, but it is best known for the running of the bull’s fiesta which takes place during July and has been declared as being of National Tourist Interest.
Denia is a fantastic place to visit, where you'll easily be able to enjoy a day or two! There is the ruined castle which proudly guards the town and has stunning views out over the marina, the natural park of Montgó and the Torre del Gerro both of which have marked walking trails to enjoy. The prestigious marina with its wonderful elevated promenade, a 20 km coastline of both rocky and sandy beaches, the fish market, the old town and the impressive tree lined main shopping street as well as the museums.
If that isn't enough you can take the tram south to Calpe, Altea, Benidorm or the city of Alicante, alternatively take the ferry to the Ibiza or Palma for an overnight stay!
Javea – is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings offering a relaxing holiday atmosphere. The local people are friendly and affable. The clean, warm, blue Mediterranean Sea laps the beautiful beaches and coves that Javea has to offer. With its unique microclimate Javea is a jewel on the Costa Blanca, combining beauty and modern facilities with the charm of an ancient fishing village.
The town is situated between the San Antonio and La Nao points and enjoys the impressive and magnificent protection of Mount Montgó.
This region has a fantastic tradition of fiestas throughout the year with amazing custom made parades, freshly made paellas, dressing up in hand made costumes, music and lots more. Each town have their own days for these celebrations, most of the information can be found at any Information Shop in each town.
For a full Guide to Fiestas in Denia for 2015 - The Fiesta programme is as follows:
5th January - Three Kings Parade
26th January – Pilgrimage of Santa Paula’s Chapel – Procession and Porrat (Market with traditional products and sweets)
Last weekend in February – Half Year Moors and Christians – Informal parade of filaes (groups of people in historical fancy dresses and battles between Moors and Christians)
1st March – Carnaval
15th - 19th March - Fallas de San José - Feast of St. Joseph
9th May – Our Lady of Desemparats – Processions in the seamen’s quarter
The first fortnight in June – Fiestas in Santisima Trinidad Street – Open air dancing evenings, fancy dress contests, popular meals and dinners.
6th – 14th June – Jesus Pobre village fiestas – Bulls in the street, concerts, parades and lots more.
21th – 24th June - Las Hogueras de San Juan - the Bonfires in honour of St. John – Planta (settling of monuments and crema (burning on Saint John’s night. Open air dancing evenings and animation.
28th -30th June – Saint Peters Street – Religious events, open air dancing evenings and animations are celebrated.
28th – 29th June – La Pedrera Quarter - The streets of this quarter are decorated during this Fiesta celebrating the procession in Saint Peter’s honour, the open air dancing, games, etc. Sounds of “mascletaes” and “despertaes” (firecrackers) are also part of the fiesta.
4th – 12th July – Main Fiestas in Honour of the Holy Blood. Programme comes out a week before the fiesta.
13th - 16th August – Moors and Christians - The streets of Dénia are crowded with moors and christians in mid-august. Embassies, street bands, and the lifting of the flag, etc. A must see if you are in Denia
Ending of August to beginning of September – Fiestas in La Xara Village in honour of Saint Mathew - Procession, bulls in the street, open air dancing evenings, games, etc
9th – 11th October – Jesús Pobre village - Celebration of end of the grape harvesting. Tasting typical “coques” pastries with muscatel grapes.
17th - 22th October - Moors and Christians - Parade in Calpe
23rd October – 2 November – Oktoberfest - Beer Festival
Late October – early November - All Saints Day - Attraction fair (big wheel, rides, etc.) at Torrecremada Park.
13th December – Pilgrimage to Santa Lucia’s Chapel - Mass and “porrat” (market with traditional products and sweets)
Simply : don't forget your camera!!!