Lovely 3 Bedroom Apartment in Sax (Fixed Price)
- Alicante, Sax, Costa Blanca
We are pleased to present this nice 3 Bedroom 1 bath Apartment (no lift) on the third floor in the lovely Town of Sax. (fixed price)
There is air-conditioning in the hall and lounge area and a Balcony for you to sit out on and take in all the atmosphere Sax has to offer.
You have 3 good sized bedrooms a lovely newly decorated bathroom and new kitchen area.
The people of Sax are warm and friendly and the town has a good selection of shops, tapas bars and restaurants, a market is held twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and all amenities needed on your door step. As always Sax has its share of fiestas and festivals, the main one being the Moors and Christians festival held during the first 2 weeks of February.
The towering rock which looms over Sax is a popular place for rock climbing the most notable ascent being the Peñas del Rey.
The picturesque town of Sax tumbles down a hillside in the Vinalopó Valley, in south-eastern Spain and is one of a series of towns and villages in this region of the Cost Blanca which are dominated by castles. Sax has a population of around 9,000 and is located between the towns of Villena and Elda. The history of Sax goes back to the times of the Moorish occupation beginning during the Eighth Century and little is known of the town prior to that time.
The Castillo de Sax (Castle of Sax) which is lit up at night, was originally built on a limestone ridge during the Tenth Century and the Levante tower from the Twelfth Century still survives today, the keep and courtyards were built at a later date. Despite its strong defensive position, both Sax and its castle were taken by troops under Jaime I of Aragon in 1239 and later in 1476 Sax became part of the Marquisate de Villena, within the province of Murcia. During the War of Spanish Succession (1701 – 1714) Sax sided with Felipe V who conferred the title “Muy Noble y Muy Leal” on the town for its staunch support. In 1836 Sax finally became part of the province of Alicante.
Over the centuries Sax has remained an agricultural town, the main crops being grapes (for wine production), olives, cereals, fruit and vegetables. Towards the latter part of the 20th Century, Sax developed some light industry including the production of shoes and leather goods, furniture and blinds, although agriculture and especially wine production are still important for the town.