La Romana, luxury villas, houses and real estate in La Romana
La Romana is a small village in the Valencia region, inland Alicante on the Costa Blanca south in Spain where we still find a wide range of luxury villas, houses and real estate in La Romana.
It is located in the foothills of the Serra del Reclot. This hill is a few kilometers from Alguena. It is at a great distance from Hondon De Las Nieves and Novelda.
The fundamental meaning of La Romana is 'The Roman One'. There is beautiful rural area around the village. Here you can find almond orchards and vineyards. There are also several mines of limestone.
La Romana still has a large number of cave houses around the village. Many caves are still inhabited but have now been provided with all modern comforts.
The streets in the village have a large number of trees that keep the village picturesque and green. It extends over an area of 43.3 per km² at a height of 480m above sea level. The communal community pool is located on the outskirts of the village in a beautiful wooded park.
The real estate market in La Romana
Do you want to know what you can buy in La Romana? Take a look at our spacious properties in Spain with many villas in La Romana. If you want to buy a property in Spain and do not want to choose a tourist destination, you can certainly buy here. Currently very popular with Dutch, Belgians and British. We are currently building modern and Spanish new homes on the development of "villas in La Romana". These homes are located on ideally maintained plots between + -50 & 9000m².
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