Esta casa es
Un pequeño paraíso: aislado del mundo, es un lugar en el que se puede estar tranquilamente
Lo que les va a encantar a tus invitados de tu casa
the house is 25meter from the sandy beah of La Fossa in Calpe
Lo que les va a encantar a tus invitados de tu barrio
Peñon de ifach
Sea views and you don´t need a car
Built in January 2005. Floor area: 130m2 + 100 m2 private terrace. Set at 25 meter from the beach, is a new and exclusive apartment, with sea views. Patio windows open onto a large balcony with room to eat 'al fresco'. Recently completed, the furnishings and fittings are of the highest standard. Central heating, air conditioning, entrance, kitchen, laundry, tv, strongbox garden, big swimming pool, solarium &toilets. Pets not allowed, private parking, storage room. The big terrace is really good for families with children. It´s really new, so we have just furnished it with new furniture. Only rented few weeks on summer. New! Parking included!
At the 1st floor, you can use our new and a very nice social club, were you can see the TV, play table games.
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10% discount in car rentals all over Europe: You can book your car with 10% discount- please ask us for details.
Arrival or departure time to the apartment from 23:00 to 7:00 could have fees.
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Spanish Gastronomy: Spanish Gastronomy:
The rice constitutes one of the great chapters in the culinary history of this region. You can cook it in more than 300 different manner of ways and styles:
- Arroz a la marinera (fisherman's rice)
- Arroz al horno (oven-baked rice)
- Arroz amb fesols i naps (with beans and turnips)
- Arroz con costra (topped with a 'crust' of omelette)
Other variations allow for the rice to be flavoured with squid (calamar) and tunny fish, chicken and fillet of pork, baby squid (chipirones) and garlic shoots, or tunny fish and shrimps (gambas).
At the seaside, shellfish and salt-dried fish are on the menus of every restaurant. The day's choice might include gilthead (dorada), bass baked in salt (lubina a la sal), seafood with a squeeze of lemon, or some delicious sea-fresh red mullet (salmonete) and whiting (pescadilla).
In the mountain areas, rice forms an integral part of the olleta,a typical dish in which it is mixed with pork, sausage meats, pumpkin, turnip, chard stalk
How cook a 'paella': A rice dish for six persons:
600 g rice
480 g rabbit
600 g chicken
180 g grated tomato
180 g 'garrofó' (special beans for paella)
180 g 'judias' (normal white beans)
6 tea spoons of olive oil
a few strands of saffron
1 tbsp sweet red pepper
salt and yellow colouring for paella
200 g ferraura (green beans for paella)
Place the paella over the heat with olive oil and some salt, when it is hot add the chicken and rabbit frying them over a low heat until gold brown. Add all the beans, fry a little longer and add the tomato. When these has been fried, add the sweet pepper and the water very fast (2.5 - 3 l). At boiling point add the snails, cleaned and boiled previously, saffron, colouring and a pinch of salt. After boiling for 15 minutes, the rice will be distributed evenly, after that it will be cooked for 6 minutes over fast heat and over a low heat for the rest of the time until it is done.