Luxury front line villa in Bassetes on the Benissa Coast with unique and fantastic views to the sea.
The villa is built over 2 floors… Lower floor: entrance hall, study, living room, dining room, guests toilet, TV lounge, large kitchen-dining room, pantry, play room, laundry room, courtyard, cellar, two bedrooms with en-suites, double garage (with enough room for 5 cars) First floor: Office, three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, one of them with a sauna-shower and a Jacuzzi bath, library, two further bedrooms and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath, large play room with a balcony.
Others installations: Swimming pool 10x5m surrounded by terraces and mainly laid to lawn, a wood-fire oven and a covered barbecue, two separate porches, one next to the pool and another one at the rear of the house, exterior toilet with shower & tennis court. The house is completely fenced and closed with an automatic door. This property offers complete privacy… Marble floors, hot and cold air-conditioning, central heating and a low maintenance garden.
Direct access to the beach and the port of Les Bassetes, fantastic views of the sea, Peñon de Ifach and Cap D’or. It is located on the municipal boundaries of Benissa less than 4 km away from the center of Calpe.
Benissa is an upmarket coastal resort situated on the Northern Costa Blanca in Spain and is neatly sandwiched between Moraira to the north, an upmarket tourist resort and the ever popular sea side resort to the south of Calpewith it’s Penon de Ifach, the Calpe Rock, being the dominant landmark.
Benissa is located just off the motorway and the N332 with a ninety minute drive from Valencia and Alicante Airports. Benissa is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca.
Benissa is a popular villa holiday resort destination as there is a hillside of villas to rent by the week many of which have spectacular sea views of the Mediterranean Sea or look towards Calpe.
Benissa also has an assortment of hotels for those in need of services, such as the Hotel Casa de Maco, Hotel Montemar, Al Zaraq, Hotel la Magruda and the Cases de Sant Jaume. There is also a good selection of budget accommodation such as at the Refugio Marnes.
Benissa has a golf course which is located on a hillside not far from the resort centre. San Jaime Golf Club is a nine hole sixty par course.
Benissa has approximately four kilometres of coastline and four main beaches which are the Cala Lobella, Baladrar, La Fustera and Cala Pinet.
Of course to the north of Benissa in Moraira there are some more small beaches while Calpe to the south has some long golden sandy beaches with a promenade and fantastic restaurants.
Benissa is also popular with scuba divers as there is a good variety of marine life as well as caves to explore.
The heart of Benissa Old Town straddles the N332 and here you will find an attractive selection of supermarkets, shops and boutiques as well as the Cathedral of the Marina Alta which dominates the town square with its palm tress and children’s playground. Market day in Benissa is on a Saturday.
Benissa is one of the few towns on the Costa Blanca which also has an Iceland which stocks all those hard to get of beloved British food items at fairly reasonable prices. Iceland also employs many expats and is known to pay above average wages.
Maps are for representative purposes only and do not provide an exact location. They indicate the nearest town to which a property is located. For full details please enquire using the form provided.