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Javea lies in the shadow of the dominant Montgo mountain, between Denia and Moraira, on the northern part of the Costa Blanca and is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the region. 30 years ago, Javea began to get a great attraction on the northern Europeans and many of these visitors have never left Javea until today. Javea with its beautiful sandy beaches is an attractive destination with many visitors.
Javea is divided into three parts: Javea Pueblo (Old Town), Javea Puerto (the bustling port area) and Playa de Arenal (the main beach). Today the old town and the port is actually an entirely thanks to the property on the road from the city to Playa de Arenal is about 3 km new apartment complexes have put down along the rocky beach to the port.
The attractive old town of Javea is well worth a visit. While walking you can enjoy the beautiful white buildings characteristic of Javea
with its Gothic characteristics. Take a look at the Gothic church of
San Bartolomé and visit the bustling food market with its stalls of
fresh fish, vegetables and fruit from the region.
Today, most ports in tourist destinations changed into trendy marinas with designer shops outlets, but not Javea.
Here, the port is still functions as a fishing port with yachts moored
in the same environment. Cozy bars and restaurants provide a wonderful
Spanish atmosphere, in addition, the views of the bay are spectacular.
With clear views you can see Ibiza. During
the first week of September it is home to several of northern
Europeans, unusual traditional Spanish fiestas. For example, bulls are
let loose in a temporary built arena. Local young people venturing into
the arena but quickly jump into the sea when the bull is directed at
them. The intention is to get the bull in the water. You'll see bulls
appear to be good swimmers.
Playa de Arenal is Javea's famous beach. It is an area stretching over more than 300m from the Parador hotel well situated in the north to the lounge of seafood restaurants in the south. In between are numerous cafes and restaurants on the wide boulevard where the local Hispanic population and tourists like to stroll.
The beach itself is fantastic with beautifully fine, golden sand. There are climbing and volleyball nets on the beach, very popular with children. Only 8 km south of Playa de Arenal is the cliff "Cabo de la Nao", which offers stunning views over Javea. On a clear day you can see Ibiza. Casas Real selected for you hundreds of homes in Javea. For the complete selection of Casas Real Estate, click here.