Have You Discovered Ondara on Spain´s Costa Blanca

Have You Discovered Ondara on Spain´s Costa Blanca

Have You Discovered Ondara on Spain´s Costa Blanca

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Have You Discovered Ondara on Spain´s Costa Blanca

Ondara, a small town in the Marina Alta area of the Costa Blanca, used to be blighted by a busy main road that ran through the middle of it.  However, the bypass built a few years ago transformed the place, which remains well located for the coast while the airport at Alicante is about an hour away.

There is an old bullring in the town which is the base for various events and a few religious buildings which attract visitors. The large coastal town of Denia is about quarter of an hour away while, for a complete contrast, Benidorm is just half an hour’s drive south.

As with almost all Spanish towns with a population of more than a thousand or so, there is a lively programme of fiestas and other events which the local town hall or tourist office will be happy to give you more information about.

There is a choice of bars and restaurants, and many people say the best advice for newcomers is to simply keep an eye out for where the locals are eating.

Have you ever wondered where is the cheapest place to buy property in Spain?  Well, we can not speak for all of Spain but based on our 33,000 properties for sale in Spain, Ondara offers excellent value for money with properties starting from €33,550 (although properties and prices change daily).

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The Marina Alta attracts more expatriates than almost any other part of the Costa Blanca North, especially it’s principal coastal towns of Denia, Javea and Calpe. It has numerous attractions including several golf courses, tennis clubs and an exciting range of gastronomic experiences from the 3 Michelin starred “Quique Dacosta” in Denia to local tavernas offering “Menu del Dias” for a few euros.

It also has some of the best beaches in Spain, many of which fly the prestigious Blue Flag awards indicating purity of the water and safety. As there is a large expatriate population English is widely, although not universally, spoken. There are also bars, restaurants, supermarkets, shops and clubs which cater specifically for the British expatriate community. The wonderful climate is of course the attraction for many, with over 300 days of sunshine a year and generally mild dry weather even in the winter months.

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