A unique Mediterranean place for your VillaJÁVEA, AMAZING LANDSCAPES AND VIEWS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
The coastal town of Jávea is located between Dénia and Moraira (province of Alicante) and it is surrounded by the Montgó Mountains, which provide it with warm and privileged weather all along the year. The Montgó Mountains descend directly into the sea, offering incredible landscapes and views to all the visitor.
Jávea, privileged environment of the Mediterranean
One of the essential stopovers is the Montgó Natural Park, whose peak is at more than 750 meter high. The mountain range and the cliffs provide Jávea with excellent warm weather and annual average temperature between 18 and 24ºC.
Jáveahas 32,000 inhabitants and it is one of the towns with the greatest landscape wealth of the Costa Blanca. The town is divided mainly in three areas: the historical centre, the harbour and the Arenal with the main tourist area.
Discover the historical centre and the coast of Jávea.
The historical centre is located at 2 km from the coast and it is walled. Inside the town we can found a labyrinth of stone paved streets, squares and hideouts of great beauty. For example, we can find small stone houses or the houses of the local bourgeoisie built in the XVIII Century. Moreover, in the historical centre there are monuments such as the San Bartolomé Church-Fortress which has an Isabelline and gothic style which is declared National monument of Spain. It is also relevant the “Abastos” Municipal Market, the Santa Ana’s Chapel or the Ethnologic Museum
Even though the Arenal beach is the best known, it is true that Jávea has more than 20 kilometres of coast. The coast of this town is one of the steepest of the entire Valencian Community littoral, which allows it to have beaches such as El Portixol or La Granadella, one of the most popular of the Costa Blanca.
In fact, Jávea has the Scenic Viewpoints Route, with a total of 15 viewpoints with beautiful sights of the best locations of the Mediterranean. 15 sceneries in which nature has created a landscape which captivates the senses: Molins, Cap de Sant Antoni, Punta de l’Arenal, Séquia de la Nòria, Cala Blanca, Caletes, Creu del Portitxol, L’Illa, La Falzia, CapNegre Viewpoint, Cap de La Nao, Pesqueres, Ambolo, Granadella’s Castle and Granadella.
The Marine Reserve of Jávea is the perfect opportunity to do an excursion around the bay. Boat and catamaran trips, either with sales or engine, to discover the different species and spend a nice afternoon in good company.
Apart from the tourism and the historical patrimony, the gastronomy is also very important in Jávea. The relation with the sea is present in the local cuisine, with a great variety of fish, shellfish and molluscs. The best gastronomy is for those who love the maritime and Mediterranean diet, with the fish and the rice as the main characters. Some of the most standout products are the sea urchins, the “cruet de peix”, the fish fry-ups, the stews, the rice in all its variation, such as the paella, the “Suc Roig” or the grilled octopus.
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