Things to do in Javea

Flanked by the capes of Nao and San Antonio, Jàvea is a picturesque coastal town in the Costa Blanca area of Spain. With the massif of Montgo sheltering the town from the cold winds blowing from northern Europe during the winter months, Jàvea boasts of pleasant year-round climate. It is one of the few seaside resorts of Spain that draws travellers throughout the year.

A short distance from the cities of Valencia and Alicante, Jàvea is easily accessible from any part of Spain. The town is divided into three distinct areas – the beach area, known as the Arenal, the port and the historic quarter. Boasting of a fascinating coastal landscape with plenty of scope for aquatic activities, Jàvea is a typical beach holiday destination in Spain.

Things to do in Jàvea

There are many things you can do in Javea. The beach is the most popular area of Jàvea. It is a great venue for basking in the Mediterranean sunshine and enjoying the stunning view of the sea. Most of the maritime facilities of the town are concentrated around the harbour. The 20 km coastline of Jàvea is home to few scenic coves. The secluded coves are ideal for scuba diving. The rich marine life inhabiting the waters of the Mediterranean near the coast can be explored during glass-bottom boat trips.

While most visitors to Jàvea are occupied with beach activities, it is always advisable to take a short break from the aquatic activities to visit the beautiful old town. The historic quarter of Jàvea with its traditional architecture will take you back in time. Jàvea also boasts of a delightful culinary culture. It is a great place for sampling a variety of Spanish coastal dishes. Nature lovers should not miss a hiking trip to the nature reserves in the neighborhood of Jàvea. With attractions aplenty scattered in and around Jàvea, you will be tempted to revisit this Costa Blanca town.

In many cases not only will you have ample living space inside (we recommend but many come with extremely large gardens and also many will have their private pool as well.

However, before you go ahead and book your villa, it is a good idea to spend your time comparing what the various villa rental agents and villa owners have to offer. There are certain things that one needs to take into consideration when renting holiday villas in Javea. The most important of these being what kind of emergency services and backup do the owner or agents provide to you during your stay.

Holiday accommodations suitable for different budgets are scattered across Jàvea. There are elegant hotels as well as cheap bed and breakfast accommodations. For a self-catering vacation, holidaymakers can rent a holiday apartment or villa. The beachfront holiday homes attract vacationers throughout the year. Equipped with luxurious facilities, the holiday homes are the perfect places to enjoy a vacation at a leisurely pace. The villas with private pools are the most luxurious retreats in the Costa Blanca town. In the privacy of the villa, you can relax with your family and friends without bothering about the crowd swarming the beach.