Benissa | Villas to rent in Spain
Villas in Spain in beautiful Benissa
Benissa is one of the oldest and most attractive towns on the well-known coast of Alicante in Spain. Therefore, the town has a historically fascinating and very charming town centre, whose mediaeval origin has been beautifully preserved for you to appreciate whilst visiting from villas in Spain. The streets are narrow and winding with historic, well-preserved 17th and 18th century town houses and buildings ornamented with the characteristic iron balconies. Visit the parish church of Puríssima Xiqueta, the Franciscan Monastery and the characterful town hall on self-catering holidays, and discover a town full of intrigue.
Explore the countryside from Spanish villas
The region surrounding Benissa is embellished with decorative vineyards and stunning countryside. This is a region in which you can easily explore and take in the sights of the rural landscape and alternate towns on villa holidays Spain. Take, for example, the panorama route to Jalontal, possibly with a quick trip to Bodegas en route. Jalontal offers a wealth of affordable yet exquisite restaurants, and the town’s flea market is also worth a visit. If you like to go on long walks on family holidays, these can be found in abundance across the hills of the Costa Blanca.
Beachside holiday rentals in Spain
The town of Benissa is situated slightly inland from the coast, but nearby visitors can find stunning coastline and sea. Enjoy the small bays and the fantastic sandy beaches of the Costa Blanca, or go for a trip to the neighbouring town of Calpe, where you can go diving, wind surfing and kayaking. For villa holidays in Spain, the Cala de la Fustera comes highly recommended for its facilities and picturesque location wedged between two impressive cliffs, where you can make the most of walking holidays along some magnificent coastal paths.
Culture and cuisine – self-catering in Spain
Those interested in culture should visit the 16th century Palace of Torres-Orduña which is open to the public. The palace is a local hub for culture, housing many educational and historical items, including several important books in a library. Another popular attraction is the Neo-Gothic Cathedral de la Marina and the bustling Saturday market outside the parish church on Saturdays. Here you can purchase fresh ingredients to cook back at villas in Spain. Alternatively, visit the many traditional restaurants and cafes in Benissa, many specialising in locally caught fish dishes.
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