Private Villa located in Urbanization Monte Pego near Denia and Pego overlooking the sea and mountain views. Enjoy 4 by 8 meter kidney shape pool with breathtaking views on the first level with BBQ and shower. The villa is located adjacent to natural green area so lots of privacy and few neighbors. Drive under a bougainvillea archway and park level with the villa entrance, easy access. Enjoy the garden and lovely palm, almond and lemon trees. Pick lemons from our tree for a sweat lemonade or enjoy in your cooking. Step into the foyer of the villa, immediately take in the views of the sea from the large windows. Dining and living room offer barrow ceiling, marble floors, local artwork, fireplace and views to the sea and pool. Step into the modern kitchen and open the door to the gated pool and BBQ area where you can sun and swim all day. Take your meals on a large patio overlooking the sea. First level has 3 bedrooms and the lower has 2 bedrooms. First level includes one ensuite master, two other bedrooms, one with double bed and the other with 2 twin beds and one large bathroom. The second level has one very large bedroom with two double beds, while the other bedroom has two twin beds and one bathroom.
Villa in Costa Blanca North, Near Denia, Urbanization Monte Pego, Spain - Best Beaches In Europe, International Golf Courses, Historical Site Seeing, Best Tapas And Drinks
- Calendar last updated:
- Feb 22, 2019
About Delia Sabundayo
I’ve always dreamed of owning a villa in Spain. I love the architecture, history and close proximity to the rest of Europe. When I had a chance to go to Spain to look at opportunities to choose a plot of land and build in Monte Pego, I jumped at the chance. I fell in love with the area immediately and had no doubts that I would buy a plot overlooking the sea and built this villa. Please enjoy staying in my villa and I hope you fall in love like I did.
Delia Sabundayo purchased this Villa in 1980
Why Delia Sabundayo chose Pego
The first visited to Monte Pego I fell in love with the community, people, sea and mountain views, beaches, coastal and inland villages, the scent of the orange groves, and the sunsets are so amazing. What’s not to love? We have so much fun walking in Denia as small fishing boats are bobbing with the flow of the sea, and chosing from many seaside restaurants might be difficult. During our very long meals at seaside we watch people from all over the world walking by. We loved it so much we custom built Villa DelChel in 1989. My kids would travel there every summer with their friends to enjoy Spain. The area holds all the beauty of Spain without the crowds. A very good friend who lives in Monte Pego year round told me once it’s a feast for the eyes. Welcome to Villa DelChel.
What makes this Villa unique
I choose this plot for the views, privacy and ease of building on a level plot of land. This villa is the last villa on a short dead end road and allowed my kids to walk to a nearby café for pizza and meeting friends.
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
A nice situation but the villa needs some love.
The views and pool at this property are great but the villa itself is tired and needs sprucing up. The linen and pillows were very poor, the kitchen needed a good clean, there was an abundance of plates but few glasses, only 5 wine glasses all different.
John, Thank you for your recommendation and thoughtful observations. We will replace all linens and replace wine glasses. We use all profits in continuously improving the villa. For example, in June of this year we upgraded the kitchen and bought two sectionals for the living room.
Pat and Delia
Wonderful views, quiet location, comfortable villa, we enjoyed our stay
Great quiet location, lovely pool, comfortable villa, the few issues we had were resolved promptly.
We had a lovely holiday. Villa was perfect for our family. 6 adults and 6 children aged between 12 and 3 years old.
The views were fab and the villa was lovely
It could be 5 star if a few things were maintained a bit better. Just small things but by fixing or replacing things would raise the rating. The booking was very straight forward and the people very helpful.
Thank you for your great review and pointing out where we can improve the quality of our villa. We love sharing the villa and take great pride in preparing it for those whom we share it with. I will certainly strive to make it a 5 star villa, its our love.
Delia and Pat
Very nice house that did fit us perfect.
We might rent it again.
Fantastic house with an incredible view!
We were two families staying in the house and we have nothing to complain about. The location is great and the view is stunning.
A big thank to Liz who were really helpful with some small issues that came up during our stay.
Drive a short distance through orange groves to coastal beach towns of Les Poblets, Olivia, and Denia.
Only 90 kilometres to Alicante and Valencia airports. Denia port include ferries to Ibiza.
Denia has a twenty-kilometre-long coastline, which presents fine sands in the northern part, yet steep and rocky sections to the south. The municipality has countless one-story houses scattered around, with white facade, red-tiled roofs, and the typical porches from this region, called "riu-rau". You can access the Montgó Nature Reserve from the road that goes to Javea, which passes through Las Rotas, and San Antonio Cape. A lighthouse sits on this cape, on top of a cliff that is 163 meters high.
Denia is a delightful cosmopolitan town located along the Mediterranean coastline, where the sun shines almost all year. Its climate of mild temperatures and its 20 kms of sandy beaches and rocky coves makes Denia an ideal place for family beach holidays.
The Romans dedicated this city to the goddess Diana, and turned its port into one of the most active in the Peninsula. Up to this day, Denia has not ceased to be visited.
The Muslim castle keeps many examples of its heritage at the Archaeological museum. The city also has remarkable monuments such as the church of Asunción, from the 18th century, with Renaissance and Baroque reredos; and the City Hall, which still has in its façade two memorial tablets from the ancient temple of Diana. The avenue of Marqués de Campo, the cosmopolitan setting for the festivities of Moors and Christians, is complemented by the fisherman's quarter, the most popular and gregarious area in town. Denia has a commercial port and a marina.
Javea is located between the capes of San Antonio and Nao, Jávea is one of the most important tourist destinations on the Costa Blanca. The historic quarter, located two kilometres away from the coastline, preserves a beautiful architecture, with emblematic monuments such as the church of San Bartolome, the city's neuralgic centre.
One of the main attractions of this region is its coastline. No less than twenty kilometres of sands and hidden coves where visitors can enjoy a swim and a wide variety of water sports.
Calpe is dominated by the imposing image of the Rock of Ifach, Calpe sits on the shores of the Mediterranean, surrounded by a beautiful landscape filled with mountains and vineyards. Many ancient civilisations settled in this town in the Marina Alta region of Alicante, a history narrated by the remains it preserves, which include the Roman baths "Baños de la Reina" (Queen's Baths).
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