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The area is well served by the A7 Costal Mediterranean motorway linking Valencia and Alicante airports and also the inland autovia A36 makes the inland towns more accessible with both airports no more than 90 mins drive away.

There is a regular Ferry crossing service from Denia to the islands of Ibiza and Majorca and the local train services can take you to the cities of Alicante and Valencia, where all manner of cultural events are on offer.

Properties Mostly it is an agricultural area producing oranges and rice on the coastal plain and cherries, almonds, grapes and olives in the inland regions. In the spring the hills are brought alive with the beautiful blossom of the cherries and almonds.

The people have a relaxed lifestyle but know how to enjoy themselves during the many local and national fiestas!! The ´Fallas´ is a fiesta in which satirical effigies, made from papiermaché are located around the town and burnt on the last night along with a great fireworks display. Moors and Christians is also a must in Oliva.

The mountain villages are being brought back to life where both the Spanish people themselves and incomers from all over Europe are forming new communities. Properties Old bars and restaurants and re-opening offering high-qualitly food. shops are reappearing and the almost forgotten arts and handicrafts are being re-developed.

The climate is very mild and healthy on the coast with an average min. Temps of around 9º c in the winter months and 30º c in the height of summer. The inland regions can be a little colder in winter but refreshingly cooler in the summer months of July and August.

The area offers all kinds of sporting activities including golf, sailing, all other kinds of watersports, mountain walking, trekking, mountain climbing, potholing, horse riding and some of the more important Spanish ski resorts are only a couple of hours drive away.