Jávea, is a town of great beauty, magical landscapes, a haven of peace and serenity. Here, Nature has been so generous and splendid that it is difficult to find a similar place. The sea is pure blue, clean and revealing. The mountain, washed by the Mediterranean sea, offers us lush vegetation and many local species of flora and fauna.
Jávea framed by the Capes of La Nao and Sant Antoni on the shores of the Mediterranean sea. The town occupies an area of 68.4 km2. in the north of the Costa Blanca and is protected from continental winds by the mountainous barrier of the Montgó. It has a varied landscape, both along its 25 kilometres of coast and inland, a mild climate throughout the year with an average temperature of 18ºC, careful urban planning and much to offer tourists – all waiting in this beautiful town which has conserved all the charm of traditional seafaring communities. Also did you know Javea and Denia hold the most fiestas throughout Spain? Click here for this years fiesta calendar!
Javea boasts many restaurants where one can try international cuisine as well as local dishes. The town has a rich culinary tradition which has been entirely preserved and which can be sampled, in the form of “Tapas”, in most bars of the town.
The coast of Jávea, 25 kilometres long, with beaches and creeks which stand out because of their natural beauty, their transparent waters and the Mediterranean forest which surrounds them. From north to south, the Capes of Sant Antoni, Sant Martí, Negre and La Nau mark the coastline. Jávea has a great variety of beaches to choose from. Jávea’s coast also hides a series of caves which are accessible by boat, such as the caves of “Tabaco” and “Orguens” around Capes Negre and La Nau, and the “Cova Tallada” on the Cape of Sant Antoni, which can also be reached on foot. Every year, Jávea’s beaches are awarded the blue flag of the European Union.