Cumbre del Sol occupies over 3.7 million square metres of the most coveted and pristine seafront property in Spain.
The urbanisation is set on a high elevation and affords magnificent views to the coast and surrounding natural areas and mountain ranges.
The complex offers excellent amenities, close to beaches and many leisure pursuits. It’s an ideal destination for family and golf holidays. There is easy access to both Valencia and Alicante airports.
Within the urbanisation there are lots of amenities and facilities, so you don’t have to visit the town constantly to stock up on supplies. The urbanisation includes a supermarket, bank, restaurant, pharmacy, hairdressers and even an English primary school.
The nearest beach to Cumbre del Sol is Morach, or Moraig beach, it’s a small beach, with coarse sand and pebbles, but with beautiful clean and high quality water, ideal for swimming, diving and scuba diving. The whole coastline is limestone, where over the years, the sea has carved out caves and formations, along the beach you find the Cova del Arcs (Cave of Arches), the start of the Moraig Underwater Route.
De los Tiestos Cove is a small cove; hidden away and accessed via a small footpath, here you find beautiful calm seas and a relaxing hideaway.
Javea is the jewel of the Costa Blanca, and buying property in Javea ensures a peaceful hideaway with beautiful weather and plenty of authentic charm.With its beautiful beaches, Within the urbanisation there are lots of amenities and facilities, so you don’t have to visit the town constantly to stock up on supplies.
streets, fabulous marina and range of restaurants, all set against the backdrop of the majestic Montgo Mountain there really is something for everyone to enjoy in this traditional region of the Costa Blanca. If that wasn't enough, Javea also enjoys more hours of sun than any other place in Spain. In fact, according to the World Health Organization it has one of the healthiest year round climates in the world - villas, apartments and property in the area all benefitting from this unique climate and laid back atmosphere.
Interestingly, there are different parts to Javea, First there is The 'old town', considered the original Javea, with its narrow streets and ancient houses. Then there is the port area with luxury yachts alongside fishing boats and delightful street cafes and restaurants. The third section is the ever popular Arenal beach. This beautiful sandy bay is fringed by palm trees and a promenade with a wonderful choice of bars and restaurants that offer national and international cuisine. There are also a wealth of interesting shops and boutiques to enjoy either on holiday or amenities to use whilst staying in Javea for a longer period of time.
Javea, on the Costa Blanca, is mainland Spain's most easterly point and for this reason is often referred to as "Amanecer de España" or "the dawn of Spain", being where the sun first rises. On a clear day, the Balearic island of Ibiza can be seen quite clearly. It is also equidistant from Alicante and Valencia airports, both being just 1 hour drive away.
Still a fishing village, Moraira is one of the prettiest coastal towns on the North Costa Blanca and is a highly sought after area to buy property on the Costa Blanca. Benefiting from significant investment by the local government along with a strict building height restriction, Moraira retains its original charm but is underpinned by a modern infrastructure, with amenties in the local area and welcoming local people and businesses for those looking to purchase property on the Costa Blanca.
A world class marina houses the yachts of the rich and famous and there are world class restaurants nearby - but with its cobbled streets and small squares, the town retains the quaint fishing village feel of yesteryear. It is surrounded by beaches, stunning bays and coves; El Portet has to be one of our favourites.