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Front of the rustic-style villa in Sencelles, near to Palma

Living in the Majorcan countryside

Perhaps one of Majorca’s greatest appeals are the vast expanses of countryside which cover the island: beautiful, unspoiled landscape, home to some exclusive property such as this four bedroom villa boasting a simple, rustic architectural design, set on a vast plot of more than 3.2 acres on the edge of the town of Sencelles. This hilly municipality...

Friday, January 24th, 2014
Benissa coastline

Benissa: one of the Costa Blanca’s hidden secrets

Situated a few kilometres inland from Jávea and roughly 70 kilometres north of Alicante, the small town of Benissa is one of the Costa Blanca’s oldest, and its medieval centre has been meticulously maintained. Visitors tend to flock to the attractive Palacio de Torres-Orduña, which now acts as the town’s cultural centre and library.

Thursday, June 7th, 2012
Villa for sale, Les Rotes, Denia

Perfect Mediterranean living

Spain’s east coast is one of those places where the summer lifestyle has been elevated to a life philosophy, and then raised to an art form. Enchanted by this beautiful Mediterranean setting, visitors have been coming back since the 1960s, seeking its peaceful coastal backdrop of picturesque bays and coves framed by the local coastal pine. Influen...

Friday, April 20th, 2012
cala blanca javea

Jávea’s environment agency cleans up Cala Blanca

Jávea’s Environmental Department recently finished the cleaning and maintenance of the viewing area at Cala Blanca, specifically the path that skirts the sea and offers panoramic views of the coast. Since this is a popular walking route for both locals and tourists, its improvement was considered vitally important, yet unfortunately the necessary ...

Monday, February 6th, 2012
The cove at La Granadella, Javea

La Granadella, green oasis on the edge of Javea

One of the most popular beaches amongst those in the know, La Granadella is a secluded little seaside paradise in the midst of its own protected parkland area. This cove, situated a short drive from Jávea, lies on the extension of the coastline just past the cape of Cap de la Nao, which juts out in the Mediterranean in the direction of the Balearic...

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Presentation of the book at CIRNE Foundation, Javea

Javea is Spain’s second most bio-diverse location

CIRNE Cultural Foundation has stated that the rationale behind the publication of this definitive guide to Javea's flora is not only to record indigenous plant species, but also to alert local people to the necessity of protecting and preserving their environment. There are also plans to open a botanical centre to assist the preservation of endange...

Friday, September 23rd, 2011
The reclaimed Turia river bed

The Turia riverbed – green haven in the midst of Valencia

Rising in the distant Montes Universales, the Turia River traverses the province of Valencia before flowing through the region’s capital city and into the Mediterranean. As its main river, and the reason why the original settlement grew into a major port city, the Turia is inextricably linked with Valencia. For centuries it provided a navigable li...

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011