Buying Houses in Cuesta San Antonio
Property for sale in Cuesta San Antonio is some of the most expensive in Javea. Overlooking Javea Port, marina and bay, we find the area of Cuesta San Antonio is well known for having some of the best views in Javea. Here, not only will you will find amazing views out towards the sea and over the Javea bay, but also incredible views inland towards the sierra Bernia mountain range. There are two main access roads to Cuesta San Antonio, one is a winding road that starts in the port, and the other links of the main Javea Denia road cv-736.
This area is ideally located just a short distance from Javea port and marina which has a variety of restaurants and shops as well as amenities such as cinema, school, dentist , doctors pharmacy etc. Also the port has a stone beach which has crystal clear water and popular with bathers throughout the year. Also another big attraction is the fish market where you can buy fresh fish straight from the boats every morning except on Sunday. For those who are interested in water sports, the marina provides a selection of sporting activities and has its own sailing school starting from ages 7 years upwards.
Types of houses for sale in Cuesta San Antonio.
If you are looking at property for sale in Cuesta San Antonio,you will generally find large luxury villas in this area, ranging from 700,000 to over 4 million euros. With it´s natural topography, most of the villas are built on a steep incline and the outside space has to be created by forming different levels, so on some of these properties the outside areas can be limited, although the actual build sizes can be extensive. It´s easy to see why this area is one of the most expensive in Javea, with incredible views which on a clear day can extend to Ibiza, this is one of the areas that those looking for luxury property investments should consider.
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Cuesta San Antonio History
The area of San Antonio forms part of the Montgo National Park and it´s main focal point is the working lighthouse which dates back to 1855 and is still in operation today. It was in the 14th century that Hieronymite monks decided to settle in caves just below the Cuesta San Antonio and these became known as the Holy Caves.
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