In this week full of love, we tell you 7 things that will make you fall in love with Jávea and that will keep you coming back year after year. This beautiful town already conquered us 15 years ago and since then we work in order to find the best accommodation to those who want to rent an apartment or a villa in Jávea enjoy an unforgettable vacation.
The clean, warm, blue Mediterranean Sea laps the beautiful beaches and coves that Javea has to offer. Those coves are small paradises perfect to relax like “La Grava”, “Cala Sardinera” or “Ambolo” but the most famous is “La Granadella” that was appointed for several years as the best beach of Spain. Other popular coves are “La Barraca” (or Portixol) and “cala Blanca”.
The viewpoints hiking trail
Another way to get to know the coast of Jávea is through its viewpoints. There are 15 viewpoints along the coast from the “Cabo de San Antonio” to the “Cabo de la Nao” and all of them are accessible by car. Every viewpoint is worth it a stop for sightseeing and of course take photos. We recommend you the “La Falizia” viewpoint which is located 150 mt from “El Portixol” cove and it offers a panoramic view stretching from “El Cabo de San Antonio” and “EL Cap Prim” to the “Cap Negre”
Montgó Natural Park
In addition to the beautiful sea, Jávea also has a mountain called Montgó which is a Natural Park that covers about 2.117 ha. The zone’s peculiar orography configure a series of habitats where it is possible discover its diverse natural wealth. The Montgó is one of the most characteristic place of The Costa Blanca and you can discover it through the several hiking trails that you can find in the park.
A stroll in the old town
Jávea preserves its peculiar medieval style with narrow streets dotted with white facades, arched portals and Gothic windows. Walking around the old town you can find “San Bartolomé” church (s. XIV-XVI) that is an example of Spanish Elizabethan Gothic architecture, the “Palau de Sapena” which is the building that hosts the town hall (s. XVIII), the archaeological and ethnographic museum “Soler Blasco” or the “Abastos” Municipal market. Even if the most charming thing about the old town, is to wander around through its streets and stop for a drink in one of the several tapas bars.
The best Spanish sunrise
A lot of places boast for sunsets in Spain but only Jávea can boast about being the first Spanish city to see the sun and that’s because the “Cabo de la Nau” is the most easterly point of the country. Watching the sun that rises over the sea is a magical moment. A sun that also shines more than 300 days a year here!
Best food ever!
The gastronomy of Javea is only comparable with its landscape: it is tasty and very delicious. In the Costa Blanca, the best seafood and the Valencian fruit and vegetable products merge, resulting in a clear example of the rich variety and deliciousness of the Mediterranean diet. We highlight the famous red prawn, or the exceptional “arròs a banda” (seafood paella), among other culinary specialties which blend tradition and quality such as the “cocas”, “la llandeta” (seafood stew), the sea urchins, dried octopus, etc.
These are just some of the reasons that make this corner of the Costa Blanca a paradise of the Mediterranean Sea. If you want to come on vacation, visit our website www.webvillas.net to find apartments and chalets to rent in Jávea, the perfect starting point to enjoy a perfect holiday vacation.