Enjoy the beauty of the emblematic buildings Villaitana Melia – Melia Villaitana
When renowned architects Andres and Juan Carlos Pineiro thinking about Meliá Villaitana, they created not just another hotel. For many months he traveled on coast of Costa Blanca in search of inspiration, visiting the traditional house in the most charming corners and on the most traditional squares in order to recreate the most emblematic buildings of Spanish tradition in one space, in one of the most exciting resorts of the Mediterranean sea.
Meliá Villaitana . thus, turned into a friendly Mediterranean village with its Plaza Real, her Church, picturesque streets and corners, located in the stunning best views of the Bay of the Costa Blanca.
This replica of a traditional Spanish village in a unique natural area allows you to enjoy relaxation and business, covers an area of 165 acres, has two Golf courses, multiple restaurants, 5 swimming pools, occupying more than 5000 sqm magnificent Wellness centre YHI SPA, 2 tennis courts and 6 playgrounds, paddle tennis, and 17 meeting rooms for up to 1200 guests.
THE CLOISTER OF LOS NARANJOS
This building of the XVI century, built in a style between Renaissance and Baroque. Very interesting its two cloisters and facade in the style of plateresque sacristy, also decorated with murals from Manises (XVIII century), the refectory
It was originally a Dominican convent but after the bull of 1569, which gave him the privileges of Pope Pius V, the monastery became a University until its closing in 1824 by Minister Calomarde (Calomarde). The monastery has a rectangular shape
CHURCH WITH A DOME MELIÁ VILLAITANA
THE FAÇADE OF THE MAMBO PAPA
The Palace of the counts of Cocentaina (Alicante province. Spain) is a civil building in Gothic-Renaissance style. Built on an old Muslim building of the XII century.
The first Gothic building was built in the second half of the XIII century by the great Admiral of the Catalan Aragonese Crown, Roger de Lauria, who was first Lord of Cocentaina Vila
In the second half of the XV century, when Cocentaina became an Earldom and became the property of the Corella family, restoration works were carried out and the extension of the building, giving it the appearance we see today
THE FACADE OF THE LEVEL AT MELIÁ VILLAITANA
The town hall’zira (Alzira) in the province of Valencia (Spain) – it is the administrative building, which stands in the centre of the historic villas of the Renaissance and built between the XVI and XVII centuries. Declared Historical-artistic monument with 17/12/1930
It is a square building, decorated with Arabic tiles and organized around a rectangular gallery
On the facade of the first floor presents the motifs of the Renaissance, while the main floor has Gothic Windows. It is a symmetrical façade where the first floor has a Central arched doorway with two Windows on each side
THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE LEVEL AT MELIÁ VILLAITANA