The friendly family resort of Javea is a large town with two main beaches and an historic old town set back from the sea. A harbour and fish market can be found on one side of the resort, offering stylish restaurants, great views and a pebbly beach. The popular, sandy Arenal beach on the other side has a palm-lined promenade of shops, bars and restaurants, while at night, the town comes alive with market stalls and street performers. Our villas here are located in countryside and residential areas, so transport is essential to reach the main resort.
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When in Costa Blanca be sure to try the traditional Spanish tapas bars and restaurants, some popular choices are patatas bravas, spicy meatballs, iberico ham, manchego cheese, Spanish omelette and much more tasteful delights. Paella is also a famously known dish to the region varying in flavors, some with fish, meats, vegetables these are a great sharing dish. Wash it down with some locally produced wines or fruity sangria.
Javea offers something for everyone, with a plentiful choice of bars suiting all ages. There is one nightclub located on Arenal beach, and an assortment of bars around the port, beach and old town, which provide live music in the summer months.
The nearby Jalon Valley is a truly spectacular region where you will discover a vast and verdant landscape of vineyards, where some of Spain’s finest vintages are produced.
Boat cruises are available from Javea’s marina to the towns of Calpe and Altea, which provide a chance to enjoy Costa Blanca’s stunning coastline from a different perspective. If you fancy a trip that takes you further afield, a ferry from Denia can whisk you over to Ibiza for an impromptu day trip.
The stunning coastline of Costa Blanca is the region’s principle attraction, inspiring its name with mile upon mile of fine white sand, with many beaches awarded prestigious Blue Flag status. In and around Javea you will find a number of popular beaches, as well as some quieter, more secluded coves. The wonderful selection of beaches continue down the coastline, lined with some wonderful rock formations such as the Peñón de Ifach rock - a fantastic landmark in Calpe that stands over 300 metres tall and can be seen for miles around. Keen walkers will find a haven of wildlife as well as incredible views at its summit. Inland the landscape is no less impressive, with other renowned beauty spots including the hilltop village of Guadalest steeped in history and the verdant vineyards of the beautiful Jalon Valley, backed by the mountains of the Montgo National Park.
Located about 45 minutes south of Javea, the lively resort of Benidorm offers three excellent attraction parks for you to enjoy. The first of these is Terra Mítica, which is themed around ancient Mediterranean civilizations. There are roller coasters and other adrenaline-inducing rides to enjoy, as well as spectacular shows telling historical battles and age-old legends. Mundomar Animal Park is another great attraction, with a whole host of animal shows to enjoy, providing a fun filled day for all the family. Finally, there is Terra Natura where you can see a huge variety of wildlife and plenty of entertainment and adventure activities.
Also located in Benidorm, Aqualandia is well worth a visit for a fun-filled day out! Known as the biggest and best-known water park in the area, Aqualandia offers something for all ages including Adventureland for younger children, a fantastic wave pool, and the highest and steepest water chutes in Europe!
Ramble the old town of Javea through a labyrinth of winding lanes and tiny plazas and marvel at the gothic-style buildings and defensive fortifications of times past.
Learn about the fascinating history of the town at the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, which also houses a magnificent reproduction of Javea's Iberian treasure.
Without a doubt the most striking church in Javea is San Bartolome, a 15th century fortification of domineering gothic architecture, while on the harbour the church Our Lady of Loreto, appropriately resembles the keel of a ship. Outside the town nestled high amid the rugged landscape you will also find the fascinating archaeological remains of the monastery of Nuestra Señora de Los Ángeles and ancient windmills.
The village of Guadalest is well worth a visit on your villa holiday, perching at the pinnacle of this mountain landscape, it commands impressive views of the picturesque valley and reservoir below. Despite its small size, this historic gem is quintessentially Spanish and brimming with remnants from the Moorish occupation of Spain, including the 12th century Castle of San José accessed through a natural tunnel in the rock, as well as the Castle of La Alcozaina. There are also several museums and other fascinating antiquities, making for an absorbing day out.
Algar Waterfalls (Fuentes del Algar), Callosa
This beauty spot is a must when staying in Costa Blanca, and ideal to twin with a visit to Guadalest for a wonderful day out. The natural water falls of Algar are carefully preserved to maintain their original environment. You can swim and jump into many of the natural rock pools along the path of the falls, for a really refreshing dip. Then if you follow the path to the top (can only be done on foot) there is a shop and a Mediterranean spice garden.
Within a 30 minute drive of Javea you will find the cosmopolitan town of Denia, with its castle commanding a focal point amid the beautiful surrounding landscape.
The nearby town of Altea can be found within a 40 minute drive and offers a charming and tranquil retreat for a day of exploration, with its small yet picturesque coves and pretty streets leading to the beautiful blue-domed Parochial Church at its heart.
Further up the coast from Costa Blanca is Valencia, a cosmopolitan city brimming with attractions for an enjoyable day trip. Here you can find everything from fantastic shopping promenades and the bustling marina, to the historic treasures of the ancient district and cathedral quarter. The futuristic, breathtaking architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences sits alongside the vast Turia Gardens, while the nearby Albufera Nature Park completes a region of spectacular diversity.
Tennis courts, Ten pin bowling, Go-karting, Bike hire, Cycle route
Jet ski, Wind surfing, Water-skiing, Sail boats, Scuba diving, Snorkelling
International Fes...national event
This is Javea's most important event, which has been running annually for almost 20 years. Spread over three days, this is a great opportunity to taste culinary specialties of 20 nations. Food, culture, music and entertainment are in abundance!
Santa Semana (Eas...national event
Easter week is the most important Catholic tradition of the year in Spain. It begins on Palm Sunday and ends on Easter Monday. There are street processions, with colourful confetti and a carnival atmosphere every night across the Costa Blanca, where religious icons are paraded through the streets, in re-enactments of the passion of Christ.
Magical night of ...national event
Traditional dancing around bonfires, waiting for the flames to die down for the traditional leaping over the embers. On this same magical night folklore dictates that it is the most propitious time to cleanse the body and spirit by bathing in the sea at midnight. Events usually take place at the beach of l'Ampolla or Teulada town hall square.
Fiesta of San Jai...national event
A wonderful atmosphere of open air dance, bulls running and fireworks.
Virgen de las Nie...national event
This fiesta is in honour of the patron saint of Calpe; the Virgen de las Nieves. Live music, parades and fireworks create a cultural and thoroughly entertaining event.
Medieval Fiesta a...national event
A few days filled with handicrafts, traditional products, juggling and theatre, recreating a mediaeval atmosphere in the ancient centre of Teulada.
Moors & Christian...national event
This involves many festivities and a gala parade where Moors & Christians wear fantastic costumes whilst marching through the centre of Denia to the beat of each groups own following band.
Fiesta del Moscat...national event
Every year Teulada hosts this wine harvest parade, which is a celebration for farmers completing their harvest and the collection of the Moscatel grape which is sent to markets nationwide. There is always plenty of music, wine and wonderful folk dancing to be enjoyed. Please note that the weekend is always confirmed last minute but is either the first or second weekend of September
Mare de Déu de Lo...national event
This celebration is in honour of the patron saint of the sea. Based in the centre of Javea, this event offers everything a traditional fiesta should, and ends with a superb firework display.
Moors and Christi...national event
This is the celebration of Santisimo Cristo del Sudor - the patron saint of Calpe. The fiesta commences with the ringing of bells, fireworks, band parades and a presentation in the Old Town. The main procession takes place on a Saturday, and is a spectacular parade of colourful costumes and music - not to be missed!
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