The beautiful villa is one of the finest examples of contemporary Mediterranean architecture creating an abundance of geometry, light and space. The villa is situated on an elevated plot with wonderful open sea views and within walking distance of the beautiful Mediterranean town of Moraira on the Costa Blanca. Less than 15 minutes drive from Calpe and approximately one hour from Valencia, the area combines the calm feeling of a village with the cultural plans offered by the big cities. The climate in Moraira is sunny but temperate with over 300 days of sunshine a year with average temperatures of 27C in summer and 17C in winter, which favours the practice of outdoor sports which has led to the area having Golf Courses, Tennis Courts, Walking/ Hiking Routes and Nautical Clubs.
In each room, the light has been optimised to maximise comfort. The huge living room windows have beautiful views of the relaxing infinity pool and garden, the huge living room windows have beautiful views of the relaxing infinity pool and garden. The acoustic insulation of the windows, interior and exterior walls has been specifically studied to avoid the transmission of sound from the outside and from one room to another.
The villa has been designed for maximum privacy and comfort, swimming pool and garden areas from where you can contemplate the brilliant sunrise and spectacular sunset of the Levantine coast. The night lighting includes exterior and interior lights, perfectly integrated into the aesthetics of the project.
The location is excellent as it is close to the Mediterranean coast and just a short walk from the town centre which offers different entertainment options, cinemas, shops, commercial premises, fine dining restaurants and wonderful places for strolling in a natural environment.
Information about Moraira
Moraira is a traditional fishing village on the Costa Blanca which over the years has become a popular holiday destination on the Spanish coast. Where many other seaside resorts in Spain are deformed by the excessive construction of large apartment complexes and hotels, Moraira has chosen to preserve the original atmosphere as much as possible. The centre of Moraira is situated around the fashionable marina where the fishing boats bring fresh fish ashore every day. The caught fish was sold every day through the Moraira fish auction to traders, restaurants, but also to people who came to buy the freshest fish. Those who do not feel like preparing their own fish can enjoy delicious fish dishes on the terraces of the restaurants just outside the harbour. Tourism in Moraira consists mainly of a number of villa districts where you will find a good mix of Spaniards with a country house and visitors from all over, such as Germans, Dutch, Belgians, British, Russians, etc. The advantage of Moraira over nearby places like Calpe, Denia and Javea is that Moraira is much friendlier. For beach lovers there are four beaches, of which Platja de l'Ampolla is the main beach in Moraira. This sandy beach is an excellent and family friendly beach.