1 Bedroom holiday bungalow rental in Denia (La Sella)
Casa Dominic is a lovely small property with one bedroom, and looks onto a fabulous garden with large communal swimming pool. Very close to shops ,golf, tennis and horse riding.
Casa Dominic is set in the beautiful area of La sella near Denia. The bungalow looks onto a large wonderful swimming pool and gardens. It has one bedroom and in the lounge a sofa bed, one bathroom and small kitchen. Outside you have a lovely private covered terrace area with table and chairs which look directly onto the pool and gardens.
La Sella is a beautiful area just 9km from the town and beach in Denia. Close by you have two fabulous Golf courses, designed by Olazabel, many tennis courts, horse riding, a small supermarket, bar and restaurant. All you need within 5 minutes walk. Wander down into the town of Denia and you will see many restaurants, three beautiful marinas where you can watch the boats come and go or why not arrive at about 5pm and buy some fish direct from the boats unloading their daily catch.
Denia has 20 km of golden sandy beaches so it’s never crowded. Everything is here for you at Casa Dominic so come and enjoy.
- 1 bedroom
- Sleeps 3
- 1 bathroom
- 55 m² living area
- 10 m² terrace area
- 500 m² garden
- elderly suitable
- pets not considered
- no smoking inside
- car essential
- General: linen provided, towels provided
- Outside: shared pool, terrace, patio, garden, terrace furniture, parking
- Inside: radio, tv, washing machine, childrens high chair, cot, iron, ironing board
- Kitchen: freezer, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster
- Bathroom: shower, bath tub
- Beds: 2 single bed, 1 sofa bed
- Airport (Alicante): 90 kilometres
- Beach: 9 kilometres
- Golf: 1 kilometres
- Shops: 100 metres
- shopping centre, small shops, restaurants, pubs, nightclub, café, internet café, theatre, cinema, amusement park, harbour, museum, church, park, market, board walk, concerts
- cycling, diving, fishing, golf, horse riding, hiking, paragliding, sailing, surfing, swimming, tennis, walking, water skiing, wind surfing
- Mountain views
- Pool views
|Period||From||To||1 Week||2 Weeks||Night||Min. stay|
|–||04 Jan 2020||04 Apr 2020||€ 350||–||–||1 Week|
|–||04 Apr 2020||18 Apr 2020||€ 400||–||–||1 Week|
|–||18 Apr 2020||30 May 2020||€ 450||–||–||1 Week|
|–||30 May 2020||04 Jul 2020||€ 550||–||–||1 Week|
|–||04 Jul 2020||05 Sep 2020||€ 650||–||–||1 Week|
|–||05 Sep 2020||26 Sep 2020||€ 550||–||–||1 Week|
|–||26 Sep 2020||19 Dec 2020||€ 350||–||–||1 Week|
|Christmas||19 Dec 2020||04 Jan 2021||€ 450||–||–||1 Week|
- Prices indicated are per property
- Reservation fee: 10%
- Pay balance on arrival
- Refundable security deposit: 200 €
- Final cleaning is included in the price
- Payment methods accepted: bank transfer
- Before paying, call or send us email to confirm payment details.
- Longer stays considered (1 – 6 months).
Holiday information and video about Denia
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.
Situated 110 kilometres from Alicante airport, (approximately 1 hour 20 minutes) and 95 km from the city of Valencia. The town faces north-east, looking out across the sea towards the Balearic islands.
Denia has a sophisticated infrastructure, with a marina offering 546 moorings and a full range of services.
The town sits at the foot of a hill crowned by a castle, which was the residence of the erstwhile Marquis of Denia; of note are the towers if Mig, Galliner and Carsell.
The city has well preserved ancient walls and bastions. From the hilltop esplanade there is an excellent view of Denia and its surrounding countryside.
Among the monuments in the town worthy of a visit are the 18th-century church of the Asunción; the 17th-century Atarazanas (dockyards); the cloister and church of San Antonio and the 18th -century, neoclassical town hall building.
Just outside the town you can visit the hermitages of the conquest- Sant Joan (gothic), Santa Paula and Santa Lucía (gothic), constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries, and also the Torre del Gerro (17th C.) located on the cliff next to the cape of San Antonio.
Denia enjoys almost twenty kilometres of coastline. To the north of the town, there are beaches of fine sand and shallow waters, such as Les Marines, LAlmadrava, Les Deveses, Les Bovetes and els Palmars, To the south lie a series of small coves along the rocky coast, known as Les Rotes, which is a paradise for fishermen and divers.
Denia lies in a fertile plain, backed by mountains. The Montgó Mountain, which separates Denia and Javea, is the major landmark of the area.
Recreation & Leisure
Denia offers a variety of water sports, including: sailing, windsurfing, diving, fishing, rowing, and swimming.
For those who prefer land to sea, there is also an extensive range of activities to choose from: mountain climbing, hang-gliding, mountain biking and hiking.
Denia has its own 18-hole golf club, located very close to the town, the Club La Sella was designed by José Maria Olazabal. Further courses can be found at Oliva, Moriara, and Javea.
There are many welcoming restaurants along the promenade facing the marina. The marina itself has a modern commercial area where you can dine overlooking the moored yachts bobbing in the water.
It’s possible to take the ferry to the Balearic islands directly from the port in Denia.
The local cuisine of Denia is typically that of the Costa Blanca, which combines delicacies from both land and the Mediterranean Sea. Many civilizations have lived in this area (Celts, Iberians, Greeks, Romans, Muslims), all of which have all left their mark on the gastronomy.
The diet in Denia is a healthy Mediterranean one; the Costa Blanca is rich in fish, vegetables, olive-oil, rice and fruit and the ingredients which are all used to prepare delicious, healthy dishes, such as Paella Valenciana, Arroz Negro (black rice), Arroz al horno (Oven baked rice), Arroz a banda (fish and rice stew), Arroz del Señoret (Princes rice).
Aside from seafood, typical dishes include succulent lamb chops, rabbit in garlic, roast leg of lamb with garlic and fresh rosemary, and home made sausages and black puddings.
If you have a sweet tooth then you will enjoy the local homemade pastries and deserts that the whole region is famous for. Or Jijona ice-cream (Nougat), which is made with the almonds of the region.
Whilst in Denia we recommend you try the local wine selection on offer, especially Jalon wine a which is of high quality with a lovely bouquet.
There are many international restaurants in the town offering a wide choice of different cuisines from around the world.
Denia enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with cool sea breezes in summer and protection by surrounding mountains against the cold North winds in winter. The area averages nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and the average temperature easily exceeds 20 degrees.
In 1986 the World Health Organisation recommended the climate of the area as one of the most equitable in the world – neither too hot in the summer nor too cold in the winter. On average it can boast 325 sunny days each year making it an ideal all year round destination.
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