Masía San Joaquín I y II


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Masía San Joaquín I y II


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Published since 5 February 2003

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  Masía San Joaquín I y II is pet friendly (ask the owner).  

Old "masía" (typical local farmhouse) located in the foothills of Sierra, 1 km from the village of Agres. It features panoramic views.

The farmhouse consists of two detached self-catering holiday cottages. Ideal for groups as they are inter-connected.

One has 4 double, 1 triple and 1 single bedrooms, 2 cots and three bathrooms (two with whirlpool). The other one has 5 triple bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Both have a dishwasher, fireplace and barbecue outside (€6 per day are charged for firewood). An irrigation pond has been refurbished into a pool facility.

Description Summary:
Pet friendly TV Cot
Deep in the countryside Stereo DVD player
Patio Dining room Hairdryer
Room TV Multipurpose room Parking space
Heating Whirlpool shower Swimming pool
Garden Garden furniture BBQ
Terrace Fireplace Library

Environment & Activities Masía San Joaquín I y II

Location:

The "masía" is located in the middle of the valley, 1 km from the village of Agres.

You can go picking mushrooms, berries, snails, wild asparagus, persimmons, cherries, walnuts, almonds and hazelnuts, depending on time of year. Villages and activities of interest:

- Agres: Picturesque mountain village, Mare de Deu d'Agres Convent, festivals on September 1, ice cellars, Ce Moncabrer Peak, paragliding, medicinal herbs, herbero (typical drink), "timó" (thyme) tea.

- Albaida: Museum and Puppet Festival, House-Museum in Segrelles.

- Alcoy: Scenic city, monumental bridges, Moors and
Christians in April, Font Roja Natural Park, Tirisiti Nativity Scene, The Three Wise Men Parade (the oldest in Spain), typical food, "olleta" and coffee-liquor.

- Bocairente: Picturesque town, St. Blas festival in February, Jewish Quarter, altarpiece by Juan de Janes, "Covetes Des Moros", old bullring carved into the rock.

- Cocentaina: Farming and Craft Fair on November 1.

Activities Summary:
Horse trails Hiking Playground
Board games Horse riding Hunting
Mountaineering   


(*) Distances in straight line