Chalet , with 171 m² built, 170 m² living area, 389 m² plot sq.meters, 8 sq.meters of garden, 3 bedrooms, 2 toilets, 2 garage/s, good condition, outward, 3 cupboards, 2 terraces, 17 m² of terrace, kitchen equipped, orientation northeast, between 20 and 25 years, , private pool, 2 floors, heating individual, fuel electrical, air conditioner cold/hot, hot water centralized, water energy electrical, water included, utilities connected, floor marble
Villa located 500metros from the beach of les Deveses-. Els Poblets.
Reformed in 2022 it has 2 floors, on the ground floor we find the lounge dining room, living room with its fireplace, equipped kitchen and a bedroom and a bathroom. On the upper floor where we access through a marble staircase, we have two double bedrooms and a complete bathroom.
It has a covered terrace with orientation to the south, barbecue and swimming pool, as well as parking for two vehicles.
It has hot/cold air conditioning in all the rooms. And from the upper terrace we can enjoy fantastic sea views (see photo gallery).
About Els Poblets:
Els Poblets is located in the north of the region, on a flat terrain formed by the alluvial lands of the river Girona. It has about 1 km of coastline on the Mediterranean, where the Almadraba beach is located. It is precisely at the Almadraba point (which delimits this beach) where the Girona river flows into the sea. The municipality borders the municipalities of Denia and Vergel.
The average temperature ranges from 15 °C in January to 35 °C in July, with an average rainfall of 600 mm.
This small municipality of Arabic origin enjoys its plot of Mediterranean coastline and a charming landscape, as well as a large number of vestiges full of history. Discover it!
Els Poblets has its origins in three small farmhouses, known as ´Els Llocs´, which were the seed of the urban centres of Setla, Mirarosa and Miraflor, today unified. Discover this corner of Alicante!
What to see in Els Poblets
The Via Augusta has been a great protagonist in the life of Els Poblets and its urban centres, as it is an area that has had a rich past in commercial exchange, and good proof of this is the Roman site of l´Almadrava. An authentic pottery workshop has been found there, where tiles and amphorae were made and whose porches, wells, ovens and rooms can still be distinguished. It has also been possible to excavate a manor house and recover a large number of amphorae used to store foodstuffs. Baths and thermal baths, wharfs and much more grew under the protection of the Mediterranean Sea in Roman times.
The evocative landscape of Els Poblets has a lot to do with the proximity of the river Girona, which facilitated the development of agriculture and this in turn transformed the land and the way it was inhabited, through rural roads and a town centre that still preserves farmhouses, oil mills and much more. We recommend you visit the church of Sant Josep and the parish church of El Salvador, the latter with an altarpiece that deserves your attention.
Don´t miss the watchtower in Mirarosa, built between the 15th and 16th centuries, an example of Renaissance military architecture that has been integrated into the urban landscape.
Finally, the Almadrava beach is a quiet place where you can enjoy the waters of our sea for about 1000 metres and try to reconstruct the fishing gear that was used for centuries in its waters. Make a note of this light-filled destination in your travel diary!
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