Old finca with charme and guesthouse


The finca is situated on a flat, sunny plot and was built in 1999, and is distributed all on one level.
The main house has an entrance hall which leads to the generous open living/dining area, 2 bed rooms, 2 bath rooms, a guest WC and a separate kitchen.
From the living room one has two exits, one to an open terrace and one to a large covered terrace. The second house has 2 separate guest accommodations.
Furthermore there is a very large covered summer terrace with a big oven and a smoker. The plot offers many different terraces and a pool of 12.5 x 4m
From here one can enjoy the views over the sea, mountains and the country side.

Location & surrounding area:

Benissa town is a small, but enchanting traditional Spanish town, with medieval architecture and charming plazas.

The nearest beaches are approximately 10 minutes drive in either direction towards Calpe to the south, and Moraira to the north.

The old town of Benissa is very well preserved and has maintained its medieval character with white walls, window grilles, heraldic shields and flowers hanging on the balconies.
Take some time to visit the lovely "Catedral de la Marina." Built in the neo-gothic style, the cathedral was actually only fully finished in the 20th Century.

There are many fine challenging golf courses in the area. Try the Seve Ballesteros designed championship course at Oliva, or sample the delights of the course at Javea. There is lots of choice all within one hours drive of Benissa.

The local cuisine is dominated by the bounties of the sea. Excellent rice dishes abound. However, in recent years many international establishments have opened up, offering more familiar fare for all international tastes.

The stretch of coastline between Calpe and Moraira is home to a number of quiet relaxing bays. The scenery is magnificent; spectacular rocks contrasting with the high mountain backdrop. From many points the emblematic Peñon de Ifach can be seen. Playa La Fustera is a quiet blue flag beach with fine sand.

Cala Llobela is the smallest and most savage bay of them all; the pine trees reach right down to the sea and little pebbles form the beach. It’s an ideal place to practice water-sports, as well as simply basking in the sun.



231 m²

23.900 m²



in process

€ 721,000.-

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