• PUEBLO LLIBER HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Pueblo Lliber, Costa Blanca
Lliber - a very peaceful, interesting Spanish village! - J K Orme. Date of travel: Sep 2010
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Lliber is a lovely old Spanish village - with a central square surrounded by 4 bars/cafes, town hall and two shops. Neighbouring streets have a bakers (baking bread daily on the premises) and a butcher, pharmacist and first-class hairdresser, excellent physiotherapist, plus town hall, bank, medical centre and the village school. Mainly Spanish live the village itself, the outskirts do have many English, Dutch and German in them but not overwhelmingly so. Lliber is a place to relax in and enjoy especially if you stay just on the outskirts of the village and have a view over the valley full of vines and almond trees!
Bickering Children???? - A Resident. Date of travel: Dec 2008
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Reading these comments, I would not go to Pueblo Lliber as obviously there is a lot of bickering going on between holidaymakers and residents!! Will somebody sort this out, by way of photos or some sort of proof. STOP BEING CHILDISH. I too like Lliber and the Jalon Valley but this bickering isn't doing anybody any good.
The real Spain - Simon Astill. Date of travel: Jul 2008
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How can anyone say this isn't the real Spain, Lliber is by far the most stunning little jewel we have ever come across, yes there are a FEW English people living there(most of which I've had the pleasure of meeting and sharing some fun times with). The atmosphere in the village is so relaxed, the local bar even has the landlady's dining table in the middle of it! Kids playing in the square, older locals bringing their furniture out into the street at night to enjoy the cooler temperatures, just a totally relaxed environment. Now this may be not enough for the party people (maybe you should come for the festa) but then you would moan about the noise, the parking, the fireworks, the church bells, the dogs barking, the fact the sun goes in at night! If you did find Lliber that rubbish (oh and I stayed at the very same apartments as you for the last 5 years!) The pool has always been spotless as the surrounding terraces, pool safety was good, showers and toilet spotless, never had a problem parking, yes when the festa is on local people do park there but not a problem! Never had a noise issue either! I think maybe you would be better suited to Benidorm. It sounds like your wants and lifestyles are chips, Stella, chips, Stella, chips, Stella, Brandon Block, Stella, and a kebab! Stick to Butlins and let the more cultured tourist enjoy the tranquility that is Lliber!! And NO, I don't own or have an interest in Lliber other than not wanting it to be spoilt, but do understand that things have to evolve.
Libber - Roger. Date of travel: Jul 2008
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How interesting you've been going to the mentioned apartments for 5 years, they have only been built for 4 years!!! And then it was a building site for another 18 months...
Beware of building works - Mr & Mrs Johnson (Alcalali). Date of travel: Dec 2007
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I have just returned from a holiday in the Jalon Valley in Pueblo Lliber, I did not see any completed building works in Lliber, but I did see a unfinished monstrosity on the edge of the village. Why don't you people get in the real world and tell the truth. It's obvious that you are owners who are a bit peeved at not being able to rent you apartments because of all the construction work being done on your doorstep.
The real Spain - D Wells. Date of travel: Nov 2007
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As a resident of Lliber I can agree with some of the comments regarding the Building work ( which has now been completed ) , but I must admit that on reading many of the reports from the visitors here I am quite pleased that these guys will not be returning. Lliber is a small traditionally Spanish Rural Village where the economy relies on agriculture. If you wish to visit a Bar where there may not be cigarette ends on the floor then I suggest that you stick with Benidorm or some other pre-packaged Holiday destination that will give you an unrealistic feel for the real Spain. I am sure that you will find that you go to the Rose & Crown and drink your Barcardi Breezers and eat your Fish & Chips until your heart is content there. When you come to the real Spain , please leave your Pre-conceptions at Immigration and try something different.
Lliber - Simon Astill. Date of travel: Aug 2007
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Been going to Pueblo Lliber the last five years, I can only say those of you that didn't like it must be Pikeys that are more used to Benidorm and Wantneys red barrel and fish and chips! Thank God you've never been there when I have (the temptation to hold your head under water till you drown would have been to much for me).
80% Brits - George and Mildred. Date of travel: May 2007
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How can you state that Pueblo Lliber is a traditional Spanish village when Spanish national television made a program about 80% of residents being non-Spanish? I watched this programme in the UK. Get in the real world Buddy.
WHAT A DUMP - Sonja. Date of travel: Dec 2006
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I have never been to such an abysmal place, the Pueblo Lliber apartments are boxlike with not enough room to swing a cat. The reports of noise from adjoining apartments could not have been more correct, you can even hear the neighbours going to the loo (very inconvenient in the late hours). If more than 2 persons stay here make sure you are really good friends. There are only 2 bars in the village which leave a lot to be desired, they are not very clean at the best of times, cigarette ends on the floors etc, no one seems to bother with ashtrays. We spent most of our time avoiding the place and going to a lovely resort called Moraira. We certainly won't be recommending this place to anybody we know.
Lliber or Benidorm - John. Date of travel: Aug 2006
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Lliber or Benidorm
Nice small apartments, but is Lliber turning into another Jalon with more building works in the pipeline (see photos)
A super place - Maud L. Date of travel: Mar 2006
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A super place
Pueblo Lliber : My husband and I spent a fabulous two weeks in this delightful place overlooking the vineyards with great views of the mountains and Jalon valley. It was very peaceful and I enjoyed painting. The property was clean and very well maintained. We had great walks to Jalon through the vineyards. The village of Lliber was only a 5 minute walk. My husband Peter even picked-up courage to swim in the clean and well kept swimming pool, although the water temperature was only 62F, however the outside temperature was a balmy 78F. The drive time from Alicante airport was 1 hour. Tour Operator: Independent
Pueblo Lliber-Jalon valley - A super place - Maud L. Date of travel: Mar 2006
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Pueblo Lliber-Jalon valley - A super place
Picture: The lovely view from Pueblo Lliber. Tour Operator: Independent
Jalon Valley - Becky. Date of travel: Mar 2006
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BEWARE I went to urbanisation Lliber on an inspection trip, with a view to buying a property. The first thing I noticed was a big hoarding stating that a new urbanisation was to be built next door, on further investigation I discovered to my horror that I would have been living on a building site for the next 2 to 3 years. I would not rent here let alone buy. I tried to ask some of the residents about this and was met with "blank looks", and then asked why i wanted to know and who I was. OWNERS TELL THE TRUTH PLEASE Urbanisation Lliber, No Thank You.
Scary Nosey Mary Clarke. Date of travel: Jan 2006
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Totally agree with other comments, this place is full of nosey whingers, save your money, even Benidorm is better.
Boring dump - Sarah, Natalie. Date of travel: Aug 2005
What a boring dump, full of moaning old women who have nothing better to do with their lives, than to create trouble with youngsters enjoying themselves. Tour Operator: private
Lliber, Jalon Valley - Fiona Parkinson. Date of travel: Aug 2005
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We go to Pueblo Lliber for our holidays a few times a year with our two children (aged 13 and 15) - we like it so much we bought an apartment there in the small, attractive rural complex adjacent to the pretty village of Lliber with its own large, clean pool. We went last August (2005) and enjoyed the beautiful mountains surrounding us, the view across the vineyards from the apartment and the clean, safe beaches close by at Javea, Moraira and Denia. I wanted to share this because I was astonished to read the negative views from other holidaymakers - I didn't recognise the place! What a shame you didn't have the wonderful holiday experience all the people staying in Pueblo Lliber have shared with us. Tour Operator: Independent
Steven Doyle, Sue Doyle + 3 Kids. Date of travel: Jul 2005
Badly maintained pool and communial areas, no pool security or privacy, unable to park due to locals using road as a public car park. The Apartments are very small and next to a main road on which motor bikes constantly race at all hours. I'm sorry that there is nothing good to say about this "complex"?, like many people I have a holiday once a year, and expect something better than a block of council flats. Tour Operator: Owner Direct
 
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