Javea is divided into three parts: Javea Pueblo (Javea Old Town); Javea Puerto (Javea Port Area); and Playa de Arenal (Arenal Beach).
Javea Pueblo (Javea Old Town)
The gorgeous Old Town of Javea is defiantly worth a visit. Strolling through the streets of the charming Old Town of Javea will transport you, back in time, to the middle ages. The historic church, dating back to the 15th century, San Bartolome, dominates the centre of Javea Old Town.
Javea’s Old Town also houses a great indoor market, with stalls full of local vegetables, fruits and fresh fish.
Javea Puerto (The Port Of Javea)
Whether you want a relaxing stroll with spectacular views or a traditional “Menu del Dia”, the Port of Javea offers it all. The Port of Javea still works as a fishing port, with a huge selection of fresh fish on sale every day. There is a promenade of trendy bars, restaurants and shops making the Port of Javea full of life. The main attraction of the Port is the church, Nuestra Señora de Loreto, which roof imitates a ship.
Playa de Arenal (Arenal Beach)
Playa de Arenal is Javea’s main sandy beach area. Surrounded by restaurants, bars and shops, the Arenal is definitely worth a visit, a fantastic family beach with lot for children to do, It also is a great place to walk along the promenade day or night. During summer nights there are many stalls selling a variety of things from jewellery, paintings, clothes and children’s toys. The Arenal is very family orientated where you often find children on the beach climbing frames or swimming in the beautiful Mediterranean shallow water.
Quick and easy access from airports at Valencia only 122km and Alicante 100km away, your dream home can just be a few hours away.According to the World Health Organisation, Javea has one of the healthiest climates in the world. There are more recorded hours of sunshine per year in Javea than any other place in Spain. This makes Javea the perfect destination for all-year-round living and as a holiday destination.Majestically overlooking Javea is the spectacular mountain called the “Montgo” which has now been declared a National Park.