+34 865 649 805

+34 685 696 824



Fri 15 September 2023


Why buy property in Jalón Valley

Living in Jalón Valley (Xaló in valenciano) has many superb benefits such as:

Being part of a traditional rural community

Enjoying far-reaching mountain and valley views each and every day

Taking part in the fabulous fiestas

Shopping at street markets and family-run stores

Watching the farmers harvest crops including olives, carob, almonds and the all-important grapes for making award-winning wines from Xaló

Property prices are cheaper than on the coast plus you’re only 25 minutes from the beaches


Let’s take a look at the variety of property for sale in Jalón and compare prices inland to different resorts on the Costa Blanca.

An 84m2 two-bedroom restored townhouse in the heart of Jalón is on the market for €124,999. An 80m2 renovated two-bedroom townhouse in Jávea old town is on the market for €137,500.

A south-facing villa with panoramic Jalón Valley views and only one kilometre from the town centre is on the market for €269,000. A similar property close to the centre of Javéa - rather than up the Montgó - costs €345,000. In central Dénia it is €250,000 and in Moraira, you would pay at least €275,000.

If you’re looking for a property with a bit of land, the price differences are even more marked. A three-bedroom country home in Bernia with 3,000m2 of land is available for €85,000 or a two-bedroom house with 10,400m2 land complete with carob, olive and fig trees, which is one kilometre from Jalón could be yours for €300,000. A rustic house to renovate with 2,500m2 of land is €265,000 in La Xara, near Dénia, while a two-bedroom country house with fruit trees on a 1,550m2 plot is €329,000.


Renting your property in Jalón Valley

You can also earn a decent rental income on Jalón Valley property. For example, a one-bedroom house with a garage in Parcent can earn €700 a month in rent while a luxury four-bedroom villa with a pool in Parcent can fetch €2,750 a month in rent.

You'll get more money per month if your property is a holiday let but bear in mind this means more work with guest changeovers and your property could be empty in winter months. You could get between €565 (low season) to €1,496 (high season) a week in rent for a three-bedroom Jalón holiday villa rental and even between €709-€997 a week for a one-bedroom apartment in Jalón.


Jalón Valley v coastal towns

Although Jalón Valley does get its fair share of tourists throughout the year, you’ll not be standing elbow-to-elbow with holidaymakers throughout the summer, unlike the coastal towns. Some Costa Blanca towns can double their population in peak season and then be lifeless in winter. 

Come and see for yourself - we’ll be happy to show you around so you can see that owning a Jalón property gives you a taste of rural life, yet you’re just 25 minutes from the coast and less than 40 minutes by car to the entertainment capital of the Costa Blanca, Benidorm.

Get in touch to find out more about living here and find properties for sale in the Jalon Valley (Alcalali, Benigembla, Benissa, Lliber, Murla, Parcent, Senija, Jalón.

Hi there, want some help?Yes
Complete The FormX
Phone Number
Complete The FormX

Contact Us


Thank you for your message.

We will get back to you soon.

Create Favourites PageX
Request Call BackX