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Javea Introduction

Javea lies north of Alicante on the Costa Blanca close to the town of Denia. The surrounding landscape is as varied as it is beautiful with a backdrop of mountains and a foreground of sand and sea. Javea is an old town with a long fishing tradition that still exists today. Although it has expanded into a popular holiday destination, Javea’s development is in keeping with the original character of the village and it retains its traditional atmosphere. It is a peaceful resort offering relaxation amid stunning natural beauty. The marina has berths for hundreds of small craft and there are many opportunities for water sports. A Javea holiday offers warm summer sunshine, crystal clear waters, sandy beaches and a wide choice of recreational activities both in and out of the water.

Why Go To Javea?

Javea is an attractive town that offers a retreat from the pressures of twenty-first century living. Here the pace of life is slow and Javea retains much of its traditional charm. With a guarantee of summer sun, warm seas and sandy beaches, together with a wide range of leisure pursuits, a Javea holiday surely has something for everyone.

Javea, with its sandy beaches, is popular with families and those looking for a relaxing break by the sea. Its water sporting facilities attract the more energetic holidaymaker.

When To Go To Javea

The most popular time for a Javea holiday is from April to October when the temperature ranges from a very pleasant twenty five degrees rising to the early thirties in the height of summer.

Javea - The Place

Javea lies in the north of the Costa Blanca between Cape San Antonio and La Nao. Its old town is set in a defensive position a short distance inland and is a charming place. Narrow streets come alive with the vibrant colours of flowers clustered in pots around doorways and trailing from delicately patterned wrought iron balconies. In the centre of town is the gothic Church of St. Bartholomew which is worth a visit. There are many small restaurants in the old town serving mainly traditional food.

Javea has a wide range of accommodation from hotels and villas, to apartments and studios. These cater for all budgets as do the restaurants. The latter serve a varied cuisine satisfying the most pernickety of palates. There are many shops supplying all your holiday essentials as well as gifts and souvenirs.

Javea’s port area has a small fishing fleet and a marina for over three hundred yachts and pleasure boats. The promenade is awash with cafes, kiosks and small restaurants including a number of very good fish restaurants.

The sandy beach is a major attraction and draws many families to Javea. The sand slopes gently into the sea making it safe for children and less confident swimmers. There are water sports available from the marina. Other recreational activities include golf, tennis and horse riding.

In order to make the most of your Javea holiday and to enjoy local attractions, car hire is recommended.

Javea Nightlife

Javea nightlife is fairly low key reflecting the family nature of the resort. Evenings are spent wandering the streets of the old town or along the waterfront, enjoying a meal and a drink with family and friends. There is the occasional bar that offers disco music and karaoke nights. However there is no dusk to dawn partying.

Javea Shopping

Javea has a large number of shops and boutiques supplying all your holiday needs including gifts and souvenirs. Each Thursday there is an open air market in Constitution Square complete with street entertainers, music and dance. Here you can barter for bargains, partake of snacks and drinks or just enjoy the entertainment. Popular purchases include local handicrafts such as wickerwork, pottery, leather goods and embroidered linens.

Javea Eating

Javea restaurants serve a variety of food and cater for most tastes. Those by the port and along the waterfront are particularly cosmopolitan and include fast food. There are some excellent fish restaurants where fresh, traditionally prepared dishes delight the palate and are good for the pocket. An ideal way to try Spanish food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Spain than at home.

Children are always made very welcome in Spanish restaurants and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.

Local wines are pleasant and inexpensive.