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Accessible Villa in Denia

Carrer de la Llampuga 03700, Denia, Alicante, Spain
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Description

This Accessible Villa in Denia is located in a residential area of the town, only 5 minutes away from the nearest beach of Playa de les Marines. The port and the town center are reacheable in 5-minute drive. The property is about one hour distance from Alicante Airport and Valencia Airport.

The accessible villa features a private adapted pool with with manually-operated pool hoists. The outdoor area also includes a furnished patio and and bright walled gardens. The living area is spacious and open plan with a well equipped kitchen and a comfortable dining area. The two bedrooms have profiling beds, ceiling hoists, TV and adapted bathrooms with adjustable showers. The second bathroom also offers an adjustable wall-mounted seat. In addition, the villa has air conditioning and Wi-Fi throughout.

Denia offers plenty of activities and services, such as its accessible promenade along the beach of Marineta Cassania, which has an access area for disabled people. Visitors particularly love this place because of its fantastic local cultural festivals year round. The town also has a lot of historical sights for tourists like the large Moorish castle of the 11-12th Century and the local museum, Palau del Governador. Furthermore, there are many restaurants and bars perfect to feel and taste the typical Spanish tradition.


Rooms Types

Accessible Double Room

  • Air-conditioning
  • Free WI-FI
  • Hotel provides Shower chair
  • Safety Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Seaside Location
  • Shower seat
  • Toilet grab bars (Right)
  • Wheel-in Shower

Accessible Twin Room

  • Air-conditioning
  • Free WI-FI
  • Hotel provides Shower chair
  • Safety Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Seaside Location
  • Toilet grab bars (Left)
  • Wheel-in Shower

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