Sun and Co Coliving

  • 8 rooms
  • $202 - $651 / Per Week


Have you ever imagined your days filled with intentional work, meaningful connections and midday breaks on the Mediterranean coast? Welcome to life in Javea. Sun and Co. is your home away from home where you’ll find coliving, coworking and community all under the same roof. Our mantra is work smarter, live better and when you join us, you’ll be able to do just ... that. Whether it’s through weekly collaborative workshops and skill shares, mastermind sessions, or a random conversation over coffee, you’ll be sure to leave with new knowledge and professional connections. - Comfortable Rooms: Whether you choose a private or shared room, you’ll have everything you need to recharge and relax without worrying about the logistics. - Open Kitchen: Cooking meals with other co-livers or making a cup of coffee to start the day, our dream kitchen is where a lot of big ideas and great food gets made. - Spacious Common Areas: With over 200 sq meters of places to sit back and relax, you’ll have your choice to disconnect. Take time to read a book or engage in a meaningful conversation in the living room, chill-out patio or foyer. - Inspiring 24/7 Workspaces: You’ll have a range of workspaces to feel inspired and work remotely on your own schedule (High-speed Internet, Skype room...) - Life in Javea: Everything is easier when you’re on the coast of Spain. Coliving in at Sun and Co. foster the relaxed vibes of our Spanish town into your everyday life. You’ll learn how to work smarter and live better as a digital nomad. Our 19th-century house is located in the old town of Jávea. Here you'll feel like living in a historical Spanish town having all of the amenities you need at your doorstep: supermarkets, restaurants, etc.

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12+ years allowed
No pets allowed

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Javea, Spain

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