Spanish property sales in three picturesque locations.
Moraira - Benissa - Javea

The great thing about the Spanish property for sale on this website is that it is located in some of the most beautiful areas of Spain. We don’t think you should compromise on location when you are buying property in Spain. Having lived and worked here since the end of 2002, we are well versed in the local property market and driving forces behind it. See our reviews from those that have had first-hand experience with us.  We can highly recommend villas and apartments for sale in these three fabulous areas. 


Charm and sophistication on the Costa Blanca


Only fifty years ago Moraira was a small fishing village nestled on the coast between Calpe and Javea. Now, it’s a bustling town, which has kept its old Spanish charm alongside a new sophistication.

Moraira has an international expat population of around 10,000. This keeps the restaurants busy all year. Unlike some of the Spanish islands which close down in the winter, Moraira does not and is busy serving the expat population. Compared to the summer, all coastal areas are quieter but never closed for business. We enjoy the winters after a busy summer and the contrast that brings.

Moraira is set against a backdrop of mountains, vineyards and pinewoods, with a 16th century castle nestled into its coastline. At the shore, you’ll find the main beach, Ampolla, which is ideal for all age groups thanks to its gentle gradient, and El Portet, a secluded sandy bay where you can eat and drink looking out across the ocean. Moraira also boasts a large yacht club with its own superb restaurant as well as a tempting selection of other eateries, tapas bars and shops. And in the treetops over the beach are gorgeous villas with views stretching down to the luxury yachts and powerboats in the bay, and up to the mountains.

This is a truly desirable place to visit or live. In fact, the combination of scenery, exclusive lifestyle and wonderful climate make owning a Moraira property an opportunity not to be missed. 

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Beautiful natural coastline and amazing coastal walks. Lovely historic Old Town inland


Benissa Costa has 4km of dramatic, rocky coastline linking the towns of Moraira and Calpe.

The cliffs and small coves are surrounded by pine trees and there is an "Eco-Trail" through the woodland which can be enjoyed throughout the year due to the mild climate.

You can access the trail from either Advocat cove, at one end, or Les Bassetes Bay.

There are four more coves - Baladrar,Llobella, Els Pinets and La Fustera which has a sandy beach surrounded by rocky outcrops that shelter it from the elements.

The views from the coastline are stunning and your eyes are naturally drawn to the "Peñon de Ifach" a huge limestone rock emerging from the sea just off the coast at Calpe. It is a natural park and the views from the top are breath-taking.

The luxury front line villas, with uninterrupted views, command millions of euros, however, set back from the coastal road you can find many traditional villas in urbanised areas to suit most budgets.

Benissa town itself is inland and straggles the N332. It is a working town with a real Spanish lifestyle and social community. There are an attractive selection of shops, boutiques, tapas bars, restaurants and splendid ancient architecture like the imposing Cathedral which dominates the town square.

Apartments and townhouses are the typical properties you will find here.

Benissa Coast, like Moraira and Javea has a lot to offer to those seeking a property in this exclusive area.


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Something for everyone in a town of contrasts


Looking out across the sea from the northern part of the Costa Blanca is the town of Javea.  Boasting one of the most easterly points in Spain – Cap de la Nau – the views from the lighthouse across the Mediterranean are truly unforgettable. On a clear day you can even see across to Ibiza!

The location is divided into three parts. The main tourist area – the Arenal – has a long promenade, buzzing with bars and restaurants, behind the sandy beach that gently slopes down to crystal clear waters. The apartments here are well situated close to the beach. Further along the coast is the bustling port and marina area, a great place to have a coffee and watch the world go by. And behind the port lies the old town, a maze of old streets around a church square. Here you’ll find traditional town houses and apartments and get the chance to savour real Spanish culture in the tapas bars.

An exclusive area, rich in Spanish culture and varied building styles – and it's these contrasts that offer such an exciting opportunity for anyone thinking of buying property in Javea.

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