A balanced world is possible. Live slowly. Just a few…
Carrer Neptuno, El Verger, Denia, Alicante, 03770, Spain
A balanced world is possible. Live slowly.
Just a few metres from La Almadraba beach in El Verger, 11km (7 miles) from Denia, a sustainable project is born that defies convention. Its intention is nothing less than making the impossible a reality: a residential development that aspires to become an eco-friendly, healthy, and respectful community.
The project is conceived with brilliant sustainable strategies: rainwater collection, channeling, and reuse systems that will give life to a lush sustainable ecosystem; refreshing gardens with native species that require minimal maintenance; large surfaces of photovoltaic panels for self-consumption energy generation; even multiple charging stations for electric mobile vehicles.
✅ Playa de la Almadraba – 2 min drive or 7 min walk
✅ E15 Motorway – 9 min drive
✅ Oliva Nova Beach & Golf – 11 min
✅ Oliva Golf S.A – 18 min
✅ Denia Port – 20 min
✅ Alicante Airport – 64 min
✅ Valencia Airport – 61 min
Luxury is having everything you need while respecting the surrounding ecosystem.
Each of the three blocks are designed as compact structures, a response to the architects’ and designers’ constant pursuit of efficiency in the development. These decisions, spread throughout the various key points of the residential area, ensure that your home stays at the right temperature both in winter and summer.
The whole area is planned to have minimal environmental impact. The careful selection of materials has allowed you to enjoy the extraordinary views offered by the natural environment.
Large 30m2 open-plan living with full-height sliding patio doors to terrace
Terrace enjoys views of gardens and is covered for shade at hottest times
Buildings are cleverly-designed so that terraces are far apartfor privacy
Fully-fitted modern kitchen with breakfast bar, including white goods
Two and three-bed homes have en-suite main bedroom
All bedrooms have fitted & lined wardrobes
Townhouses have optional swimming pool
Penthouses have optional rooftop jacuzzi
Hot & cold AC fitted as standard
Installation of solar PV panels for collective self-consumption
Covered designated parking on ground floor, pre-installation of EV charging points
Communal areas includes swimming pool, landscaped sunbathing areas, social club, boules area, petanque court, kids’ playground, sensory gardens, a vegetable garden, reading & yoga areas, a pet spa & electric bike charging points
Talasa Village residents will have access to the “Port of Talasa”, a seafront entry point on the beach of La Almadraba. There, they will find:
Our partner advises that delivery date for all three blocks is Q2 of 2026
Apartments differ between number of bedrooms, layout, floor level and view.
A pair of two-level townhouses are still available.
Five penthouses with rooftop solaria are available in Block 2 & 3
(examples, layouts and prices in the FLOORPLAN section below)
Data quoted below is for Unit 1F in Block 1.
Denia’s historical heritage has been influenced by Iberian, Greek, Roman, Islamic, Napoleonic and Christian civilizations. There is evidence of human habitation in the area since prehistoric times and there are significant Iberian ruins on the hillsides nearby.
The bonfire festival is celebrated each March. Huge papier-mâché statues called fallas are set up throughout the town, and then set ablaze.
The Bous a la Mar (meaning “Bulls at the Sea”) is held in July. The highlight of this week-long festival is watching bulls run down the main street Marqués de Campo, only to be chased into the Mediterranean sea by those daring enough to enter a makeshift bull ring with them.
Since 1974 it has been home to painter and sculptor Joan Castejón. The town honored him as an Adoptive Son of Dénia in 1999.
Since 2015 Dénia has been an UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy. The celebrity Chef Quique Dacosta has a 3 star Michelin restaurant in the Las Marinas area of the city.
Owning a home is a keystone of wealth… both financial affluence and emotional security.Suze Orman