La Villajoyosa, Spain – Tiny Houses, Chocolate and Fishermen

La Villajoyosa is located on the river Sella simply along the coast from the more well known community of Benidorm in Spain’s’ Costa Blanca area. The path taken in between both towns is full of olive, carob and also almond trees together with many hand, yearn as well as irritable pear trees. At around 10km distance, residents of the community say that they are close sufficient to Benidorm however simply far sufficient away!

Tiny houses paintinged in intense, tasteless colours which when helped returning fishermen discover their method home, crowd along one fifty percent of the seafront of this as soon as tiny angling village which stretches along a wide sandy beach with a tiny harbour at one end.

A variety of buildings in the community portray its historical past and also sights such as the Roman bridges, a gorgeous Gothic church whose doorway supplies an entryway to the old walled community centre and also a 16th century watchtower which was used to give warnings of raids from Berber pirates are all not to be missed out on. The busy market held in the old town centre has many stalls marketing all type of locally made artefacts, has lately been stated a site of historical interest.

More lately the town gains its revenue from angling as well as, strangely sufficient, delicious chocolate manufacturing. The delicious chocolate museum in the town is a ‘have to visit’ where you can taste examples of the regional special.

Villajoyosa suggests ‘pleased or cheerful’ community as well as its not tough to see why. With 3.5 kilometres of beaches that differ from small sand and gravel inlets, which are made use of for diving and naturism, to the stretches of fine sand on Centro beach (with sports locations and also play grounds for kids) running alongside the boardwalk. One more coastline of note is El Paradis coastline where the popular Moorish landings are well known and Xarco coastline with its watchtower and Torres coastline, which has a Roman Hercules tower.

With the shocking myriad of colours embellishing the houses or the wonderful flower-covered verandas, Villajoyosa is an enchanting town, which invites numerous site visitors every year that walk via the slim streets leading from the church square to the sea.

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