Communication with Alexis/Carmen prior to the rental was good. Their English is good. The villa is well located, and it's a fairly easy walk into town / supermarket / beach. The villa is well equipped on the outside, with a sunbed for each of 12 people (but no sign of the beach towels photographed), a big barbecue, and a long table under cover which easily seats 12. The pool is nice, clean but not over chlorinated, but those with young children should note that the minimum depth is 1.6m. Inside is split into a semi-basement flat for 4, and the main house on one level for 8. The furniture and equipment is very basic and minimal given the price, although the beds are comfortable. There were 2 very small towels each. There is only enough seating for 5 in the TV lounge. Both kitchens are tiny, and it wasn't easy to cook for 12. (nor would it have been for 8) No paella pan or anything else big enough to make it easy to cook for 12. There wasn't even enough cutlery to go round. There is a big conservatory with another big table for 12 which we found useful when the weather wasn't so good. There was no welcome pack, no tourist information, not a grain of salt, let alone the usual complimentary coffee/ bottle of milk/wine which one expects when paying the best part of 3000 euro a week. It's a pity that the fairly minor things have been skimped on, as the basic villa is pretty good. The weather wasn't particularly warm when we were there; if you go when it's warmer you may not notice the issues with the interior so much. If you are the kind of group who eats out all the time then you won't worry about the small kitchens and lack of adequate utensils. I recommend it with the above reservations.