Casa Alcalali

Costa Blanca

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Web Ref: 3785


At a glance

  1. Sleeps 8
  2. 3 Double Bedrooms
  3. 1 Twin Bedroom
  4. 2 Bathrooms
  5. Air Conditioning
  6. WiFi
  7. Restaurant/Shops 450m
  • Lower Floor: Kitchen (oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher). Living/dining area (TV, DVD, WiFi, CD). Two double bedrooms each with A/C. Bathroom with bath and separate shower. Utility room with washing machine.
  • Upper Floor: Double bedroom with A/C. Twin bedroom with A/C. Shower room.
  • Outside: Portable barbecue. Covered pergola and open terraces. Fully enclosed grounds. Private parking.
  • Private swimming pool (10m x 5m) access via Roman steps.

Situated on the edge of the small medieval village of Alcalalí, local dining can be enjoyed just a five minute walk from Casa Alcalali, where narrow streets exude remnants of their colourful past and tasty tapas can be savoured in the shady church plaza.

The Moorish 18th Century tower can be admired from the pool terrace, whilst nestled at the foot of the Serra del Ferrer, the neighbouring village of Parcent sits unobtrusively, playing its part in a resplendent scene of undulating mountains, rural walking trails, vineyards, orange and olive groves surrounding this perfectly placed gem.  

Beamed ceilings throughout add to the ‘home from home’ aura, with snug furnishings and communal areas bestowing personal touches to make your stay a memorable one.  Encompassed by a mature, Mediterranean garden, a small east-facing terrace lends itself nicely for a sunny breakfast, whilst a larger pool terrace, shaded by overhanging vines and colourful bougainvillea, will bear witness to evenings of sizzling barbecues accompanied by carafes of wine from the local bodega.

This country house benefits from both worlds, walking distance to a handful of good restaurants and a sense of being a part of village life, whilst the good-sized pool and terrain that townhouses just can’t provide, adds a touch of ‘rural’, when siesta time comes around. Ideal for families or groups of friends and especially suitable for walking groups or cyclists as there is ample storage for equipment.

Property Licence No. EGVT- 876A

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Location of Casa Alcalali


Great Things to Do Near Casa Alcalali

Local Boat Trips

Motorised boats provide a link between the ports of Altea, Calpe, Xàbia and Dénia on a regular basis during the summer months. A great way to view the rugged coastline from a fun point of view. Glass bottom boats chug out to coral reefs to take a peak and admire the marine life just offshore and Catamaran Sunset Cruises are very popular, setting sail late afternoon from the same ports.

Visiting the Old Quarters

Each resort has lovingly preserved its original old quarters (el casco antiguo), comprising of a maze of cobbled streets, terraced houses, archways and alcoves, shady plazas, with a cocktail of absorbing aromas emanating from the occasional bar or restaurant located on the ground floor of someone’s house. No two 'Casco Antiguos' are the same, but are always perched on a hill, going back to the constant fear of attack by Pirates and the Moors endeavouring to conquer the land centuries ago. These characterful pockets of history are resilient to any changes that may take place in the surrounding area, promising a delightful ambience for evening dining. Altea, Calpe and Dénia prove to be the most popular venues, with elegant dining as well as less formal Bistros and Pizzerias.


The shady ramparts of Denia Castle enjoy magnificent views of the harbour and the intricate labyrinth of narrow streets belonging to its old town below. A moderate climb will take you to the top of this historic landmark with panoramic views of the town and coastline. Inland, nestled in the neighbouring Sierra Aitana Mountains, the inspiring Castle of Guadalest is affectionately called the ‘Eagles’ Nest’, prompted by the way it is perched on the peak of a rocky pinnacle. There are still some residents living in the centre of this Moorish village, making their living by selling handmade lace, almond and honey products to visitors who pause to enjoy the far-reaching mountain views.


Cueva Del Rull in Vall d'Ebo and Cueva de Las Calaveras in Benioleig are both prime examples of the typical rock formations that hug the coastline, creating the ‘microclimate’ that this part of the peninsula is so famous for. These caves are close to hand and definitely worth a visit, as well as a perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day, with parking provided and a small entrance fee. Xàbia’s coastline has more clandestine caves, such as Cueva del Llop Marí and Cova Tallada, which are only accessible by kayak, making the journey getting there as much fun as exploring the caves.

Nearby Beaches

Depending on which road you decide to take out of the valley, there are beautiful beaches just a short drive away. 20 minutes will bring you to the beaches of L’Arenal-Bol and Levante in Calpe, very child-friendly, with plenty of amenities and numerous places for a snack lunch. The more tranquil coves of Moraira, El Portet and Playa L’Ampolla are just a little further, with tapas bars and bistros located in the upmarket, compact resort. Xàbia’s La Granadella beach may take a little more seeking out, but you will be generously rewarded with amazing photo moments in this natural cove. More natural beaches can explored along Denia’s 20km stretch of coastline offering virtually every type of beach you could ask for.

Theme Parks

The Costa Blanca has its fair share of theme parks and water parks, and for all the thrills and screams of white-knuckle rides one only need drive 40 minutes to reach a cluster of waterslides, wave pools, safari parks, dolphin shows, life-size robotic dinosaurs and a world of mythical lands. A little more demurely, the City of Arts and Science is a vast complex on the outskirts of Valencia, incorporating an interactive Science Museum ('El Museo') for hands-on educational fun for all ages, 'L’Hemisferic', a magnificent planetarium with IMAX cinema screen in a building the shape of an eye, and 'L’Oceanografic', the largest aquarium of its kind in Europe, built in the form of a water lily, with separate areas depicting different aquatic environments: the Mediterranean, Tropical seas, the Red Sea, Antarctic and Arctic.

Local Markets

This stretch of the Valencian coastline boasts a vibrant local market somewhere, every day of the week. By far, one of the most popular is the ‘Rastro’ in Jalon on a Saturday morning, where locals from surrounding villages congregate along the river bank, to sell local products such as honey, olive oil, sweet almond pastries and crispy ‘Churros’ (a doughnut mixture) to dip in thick, rich chocolate. Leather handbags, beach dresses and lace tablecloths sway in the breeze, intermingled between stands laden with hand-crafted wooden figurines, colourful ceramic dishes and an endless array of shoes. The hum of traders chanting today’s special offer, a solitary guitar strumming in the distance and the chance to barter for a bargain whilst buying a week's supply of fresh fruit and veg makes for a fun morning, mingling with the locals. Other markets of note take place in Dénia (Monday) and Moraira (Friday). Market times are 0930h – 1400h.

Valencia City

A diverse city, from the ramparts of the medieval old quarters with shady plazas, narrow cobbled streets and an abundance of historical buildings, to the modern, state of the art architecture of the 'Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias', Spain’s third largest city is close enough for a perfect day trip. A horse drawn carriage or open top tourist bus provide tours of the most emblematic sites, whilst ‘retail therapy’ takes on a whole new definition amidst the buzz of scurrying shoppers darting between the trendy boutiques and department stores of Calle Colón.

Explore the Jalon Valley

The Jalon Valley, also known as the Vall de Pop, is a walker's paradise. Discover the many hiking routes that link the 8 villages of the Jalon Valley together. Offering some of the best scenery in Spain, there are magnificent mountains which surround the plains of olive trees , vineyards, almond blossom to explore and when it’s time for a rest, stop in one of the local cafes or restaurants in the surrounding villages.

Mountain bikes trials

Explore the surrounding area by renting a bike from the nearby village of Xaló and racing down one of the many mountain bike trials. Ranging in difficulty throughout the valley, those who want a leisurely bike ride should take the La Ruta del Muscatel trial or those who are up for more of a challenge try the El Camino de la Pasa trial.



Jalón 4 mins
Calpe 20 mins
Moraira 30 mins
Xàbia 30 mins
Dénia 35 mins


L’Arenal-Bol (Calpe) 20 mins
Levante Calpe 25 mins
L’Ampolla 30 mins
La Granadella 45 mins


Alicante 70 mins
Valencia 90 mins
Times are approximate

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