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Villa Romero




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Fast Facts:


A three hour ferry trip takes one to the famous island of jet setters, Ibiza.

There are bull rings near Oliva.

The Costa Blanca "white coast" derives its name from all the almond trees with their white blossom.






Villa Romero nestles in the foothills of the Costa Blanca mountains, with 180 degrees of panoramic vistas to the bright blue Mediterranean Sea some 5kms away.

Set above the picturesque town of Oliva, the Villa was built during the late 1980's.  It has five ranges of mountains etched out of the azure sky nearby. 

Romero means rosemary, and the villa is named after the wild herb that grows in abundance on Tosal Gros mountain, where the villa is built.  Wild rabbits hop around the foothills, where people from all over Europe live and have holiday homes in this stunning setting.




OLIVA is 76kms, on the motorway from Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, or 107kms north of Alicante, both cities have international airports. 

The town has an old, old village, and a new town with modern supermarkets, a fresh fish and vegetable market, very few high rise buildings, which are not permitted near the beach.  it has a yacht club with modern facilities in the harbour, a tennis club, and a golf club.


The beach is long, wide and charming.  Not intensively developed like some parts of Spain.  Oliva has a population of approximately 35 000 and it is linked to the beautiful towns of Gandia and Denia.




The WHO - World Health Organisation has stated the Costa Blanco has one of the healthiest climates in the world.  Warm, dry summers, with rain during winter time.




Valencia Province, where Oliva is set, is known as the garden province as it produces abundant supplies of fruit, vegetables, almonds, olives and wine.  The market is always bursting with fresh fish, mussels and prawns.  The hills and valleys are green groves with thousands of famous Valencia orange trees.


People feel safe walking around the town and main plaza at night, and restaurants are open till late offering superb Spanish cuisine, including the well known Valencia paella.  Colourful bars offer tapas (snacks), drinks and coffee.




€ 450 per week out of season and  € 500 during July and August




The Villa is built on three levels & sleeps 6 people comfortably:

LOWER LEVEL - Garage & Laundry

GROUND FLOOR - Kitchen, Dining Room, Lounge, Entrance Hall, Bedroom & Bathroom

UPPER LEVEL - Two Bedrooms en suite & Patio leading off main

 Communal Swimming pool


For Enquiries Contact the owner:


Contact:  Raymond Erasmus

E-mail:  rastos@rjerasmus.com

Tel / Fax:  27 32 9470596

Cell:  27 82 494 7723