Living in Jalon is easy with all of the amenities close at hand and within easy reach of Torre Daixa, Jalon has it’s own Health Centre numerous Banks, DIY stores / Ferreterías, Garden centres and shops selling local produce all of good quality.
There is also a large Mas y Mas supermarket where you can purchase a wide variety of products, including fresh meat and fish as well as popular international brands.
Jalon and its valley are home to a neo-classic style church with its remarkable altar and blue dome and is located just off the main square this square plays host to the Tuesday market where fresh produce can be bought.
Throughout the year the village hosts a number of cultural activities which include a music festival, concerts, and literary events.
On Saturdays the Rastro market is held on the banks of the Riu Xalo Gorgos and stalls selling antiques and artisan produce are in abundance.
Jalon is well known for its wines and a great time can be had sampling them in the bodegas and co-operative in the town. If you enjoy dining out there are restaurants catering for all tastes nearby.
Transport links from Jalon and the surrounding areas are good with a frequent but service and a good quality road network, it is only a short drive to the main AP7 Autoroute with direct connections to Valencia and Alicante airports, or for further exploring Spain it is also only a short drive to the costal resorts of Javea, Moraira, Denia & Calpe.
One of the benefits of living in Jalon and this property within the Valle De Paraiso urbanisation is that it is connected to the town gas network so no changing of gas bottles or running out just when you want a shower or cooking that special dinner.