This beautiful town is located between Denia and Moraira, and thanks to the Mongó mountains that protect it from the wind, Javea enjoys a warm and pleasant climate throughout the year. The same mountains are introduced abruptly into the sea, offering some beautiful landsCabos that can be enjoyed from any of the 15 strategically placed viewpoints, which permits to admire the rich seabeds abundant in posidonia algae that gives it a gorgeous turquoise water for its crystallinity.
What to see and do in Javea?
This pretty village on the North Coast of Alicante has 32,000 inhabitants and is one of the municipalities that holds greater historical landsCabos. Located in a privileged enclave on the Mediterranean Sea, Jávea is one of the most beautiful parts of the Costa Blanca.
Jávea is divided into three parts, which are the port, the Arenal with its beaches and tourist center, and the Old Town. The Old town is located 2 km from the coast and its walled enclosure keeps inside a maze of cobbled streets, squares and places of great beauty. It is a quaint and very charming, perfect place to take an evening stroll, and discover the most important monuments and historic buildings of the city, such as Iglesia de San Bartolomé, Mercado Municipal, Museoetnológico or Ayuntamiento…
In addition to its cultural offerings, this part of the Levantine coast is famous for its traditional colorful and lively festivals, such as Moros y Cristianos, Fallas, the night of St. John … Jávea is also famous for the friendliness of its people and its gastronomy.
Enjoy the beautifull beaches in Altea
Its 25 km of coastline combine long sandy beaches, being the main beach in the Arenal, where as many entertainment venues and restaurants are concentrated, and vertiginous cliffs abound, among which we find beautiful unspoilt coves like CalaGranadella and Calasardiner that attract thousands of tourists every year. You can also visit the Reserva Marina de Cabo de San Antonio, a protected natural environment where underwater sports lovers will find their little paradise.
Lovers of Mediterranean diet and seafood will find them in many restaurants of all kinds, since it is a coastal town, fish and rice are the real stars of any dish. In addition to the paellas and rice dishes typical of the area, visitors can sample plenty of stews, soups and stir-fries.
Jávea and its people can be proud of belonging to a region with a very wide offering both cultural and leisure, with some of the most spectacular and unique natural landsCabos of Valencia.
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