Holiday villas in Spain are just a pleasant dream for most people at this time of the year. In the chilly depths of winter, your holiday tan is only a distant memory, and Christmas shopping or the January sales loom large. However, for many people it will soon be time to start thinking about next year’s holiday and part of the enjoyment is deciding where to go and where to stay. Nowadays many people choose and book their holiday accommodation in Spain on the internet.
There are plenty of websites that list privately owned holiday apartment rentals in Spain and holiday villas in Spain. The beauty of booking this way is that you get to deal directly with the property owner and can ask questions or even sometimes negotiate on the price!
A lovely area to book your holiday villas in Spain or holiday apartment rentals Spain is the northern end of the Costa Blanca. This area of the Costa Blanca is less developed than the famous south Costa Blanca and the Costa del Sol, where large scale tourism tends to be centered. However, there are some lovely towns to discover, including Javea, Denia, Benissa and Calpe at Clubvillamar where you can book a villa holiday in Spain.
The recession hit Britain hard, with many people forced to give up luxuries to conserve cash. One luxury that we are not so keen to give up, however, is holidays. It’s possible to enjoy cheap villas holidays relatively easy in Europe, although you may need to be a bit more creative than in previous years. One of the main reasons for the price hike has been the weakening of the pound against the euro, which meant that while prices of commodities in Europe didn’t alter that much, our pound was less valuable. So the cost of living on a European holiday rocketed.
At one point, the euro was almost equal value to the pound, meaning that when in previous years, a glass of beer costing 3.50 euro was very cheap in comparison with our British prices, a glass of beer suddenly cost almost 3.50 pounds. Similarly, eating out in restaurants is no longer the dirt-cheap activity it once was, although there are still bargains to be found.
So where are the best places to go for cheap villas holidays? Spain is still a good option if you avoid the Costa del Sol, which tends to be the most pricey holiday destination in Spain. Tax is relatively low on commodities such as alcohol and cigarettes, and you can find cheaper places to eat and drink if you shop around.
The beauty of cheap villas holidays is that you cater for yourselves, meaning there’s no need to spend lots of money on eating out in restaurants every night if you don’t want to. Find a supermarket (these are generally cheaper than the tiny local shops) and stock up on local food to see you through.
Imported brands will be much more expensive, so avoid these if you want to save money. Portugal is also an excellent destination for cheap villas holidays. The Algarve offers some of the most stunning beaches with a dramatic red-cliff coastline and some lively resorts, such as Albufeira. This resort is split into two sides: Old Town and New Town, with the former being the more family-friendly, restaurant-orientated part of the two. The vast amount of restaurants means that prices are kept relatively low due to competition.
New Town offers a few good restaurants but is more focused on bars and clubs and lively nightlife. Again, you will find there are bargains to be had once you get your bearings and know the places to frequent.
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Chiclana de la Frontera is a famous tourist destination of the Cadiz coast. The place is known for its beaches and also offers lovely historical and cultural heritage. Chiclana is an agricultural and traditional town with famous wines and medicinal waters. The city preserves its Andalusia customs and traditions with the processions, bullfighting, flamenco, and wine production.
The urban center of Chiclana has all the necessary amenities and a wealth of important cultural attractions. There is a commercial center, markets, wine cellars, bars, and restaurants, and many more to entertain you.
Beaches, pinewoods, and salt marshes are part of the protected area known as the Nature Park of the Bay of Cadiz. The long sandy beaches of the place have attracted many tourists from the different parts of the world. The pinewoods alongside the coast make the location ideal for enjoying perfect harmony.
You can also enjoy some of the best cuisines of Andalusia. The restaurants serve dishes prepared from locally caught seafood, which is washed down with the local wines. Spanish sausages such as Butifarra and Longanizas are a popular dish of Chiclana and should not be missed.
Chiclana de la Frontera offers a mild Mediterranean climate with little rain and sunshine throughout the year. People visit here to bathe in the crystal clear waters, sunbathing on its fine golden sand, gazing at beautiful sunsets, tasting its varied wines, enjoying outdoor sports such as golf, natural environment, and different nautical and aquatic sports. You can also walk through its natural surroundings to keep yourself busy.
If you want to spend the best vacations in Chiclana de la Frontera, you should book a rental villa for your family. Villa Costa de la Luz is the perfect holiday accommodation for your family.
Villa Costa de la Luz is located in a fantastic location. It is located between the center of Chiclana de la Frontera and a popular long sandy beach Playa de la Barrosa. The villa is suitable for six people. It is the best holiday home with all the modern amenities. The villa is child-friendly so that you can book this villa if you have small kids in your family.
The villa has a spacious living-dining area with a well-equipped kitchen, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. There are two bedrooms with double beds and one with two single beds. The kitchen has a microwave, a fridge, a washing machine, an oven, and a stovetop.
The villa is situated just 5 km from Playa La Barrosa and has a fenced garden where you will find a covered, furnished terrace with a barbecue and a pool with an outdoor shower. You can relax and enjoy a peaceful time with your family.
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