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FARAO - 1243 in Gandia

Obj.: BN1011384 | Spain, Gandia

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Welcome to this fine apartment located in a residential complex in Platja de Gandia. Suitable for 2 people + 2 extra.The outdoor communal areas are gorgeous, with a large pool and gardens. The 37 m chlorinated pool has a depth ranging from 1 m to 2 m, and also features a children's pool. There are two tennis courts. On the private terrace you will find a fixed barbecue for foodies, and dining table with chairs.This 50 m² apartment is located on the 9th floor with lift, has one double bedroom and two camp beds. A cot is available on request. There is one bathroom that serves the whole apartment.The living room is very cosy with sofa, TV, CD player, table and dining table with chairs. The separate kitchen has a vitro-ceramic hob and comes fully equipped. There is also a washing machine, iron and ironing board.Any time of year is perfect to visit Gandia Beach with its great location and enviable weather. Gandia´s beaches have seven kilometres of coast with fine white sand which will be a pleasure to walk in, and crystal clear water to cool the hot summer days. You can enjoy the Platja del Nord with its three-kilometre Neptune Promenade, where you can take long walks by the sea and discover food, entertainment and leisure activities (including a sports club on the sands). The Platja de L'Ahuir is a quieter beach and if a naturist style is appeals, try the Platja nudist area. Or you can lose yourself in the charm of the Platja de Rafalcaid. On Sunday afternoon you can go to the market with its wide range and interesting stalls.If you like nature you must visit the Ullal de L'Estany, one of the springs that feed the marsh of Gandia. Its fresh water comes from the nearby mountains and emerges from the ground next to the Alquería (farmhouse) del Duc.You might also enjoy the Route of the Monasteries that runs through the central regions of Valencia joining five former convents and monasteries, where you can visit the Duke´s Palace.And if there is time to enjoy more of Valencia you have the fime modern area of the city including the Museum of Arts and Sciences, the Oceanogràfic (oceanarium) or the area´s best amusement park, the Terra Mítica in Benidorm.No pets allowed at the property.There are two tennis courts open all year. You do not need to have rackets or balls.The pool is open all year from 11h to 15h and 17h to 20h.Consult advertiser for any additional charges.Parties are not permitted at the property.NOTE: This apartment does not accept groups of younger people (under 30 years). We need copies of the ID of each person in order to be able to accept the booking.DISTANCESBeach: 0.35 km - Platja de GandiaAirport: 83.6 km - Valencia AirportGolf: 17.4 km - Oliva NovaTown: 0 km - Playa de GandiaTrain station: 1.8 km - Grao de GandiaBus stop: 0.75 km - GandiaFerry: 54.4 km - DeniaHospital: 10.2 km - Hospital de Gandia Mallorca, the largest island of the Balearic Islands, makes one think of beach resorts, but there are many other ways to enjoy both the coast and the inland - especially in autumn and winter, when the hoards of tourists are gone and the temperature is more suitable for outdoor activities. You can spend a week exploring the Tramuntana mountain range running along the west of Mallorca on foot or by bicycle. Or you can visit some of the wineries in the center of the island where you can enjoy traditional local wines. You can also visit a farm by cycling or hiking, where you can learn how to make the sobrasada or mallorquín pork sausage.
Here you'll find great places to eat. The Mallorcan chefs prepare traditional recipes adapted to the modern taste. There are six Michelin-starred restaurants on the island. This renewed enthusiasm for local cuisine is also evident in all the restaurants in Mallorca.
Even if you have been on the island several times, there is always more to discover, especially by exploring the lush inland countryside as well as the spectacular coastline.
Usually the beach holiday season begins in May and ends in October, but the island is also beautiful in spring when the almond trees are in bloom. Outside the hottest months of July and August, the Balearic Islands are perfect for active holidays, with plenty to see if you are interested in plants or birds, or if you want to discover the local culture.
While most beach resorts close in the winter months, Mallorca is an ideal location for a holiday year-round. If you want more to do than to just lie on the beach, take advantage of the low winter prices and enjoy the taste of a real life in the Balearic Islands.
Garden: Yes
television: Yes
terrace: Yes
barbecue: Yes
washingmachine: Yes
bathtub: Yes
beach: Yes


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