Jávea o Xàbia in Valencian, is one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages of the Costa Blanca and the whole of the Spanish Mediterranean. It is located in the province of Alicante, on the Marina Alta region. Jávea is a place with a lot of charm and wonderful beaches. That is why it is important for you to know the 7 places of interest in Jávea so that you can take them into account when preparing your visit to this beautiful town.
This is one of the most picturesque and traditional areas of Jávea. We can find a small area with traditional fishermen's houses. In front of this cove we can see the island of the Portitxol. It is easy to access as it is located nearby. The area is perfect for snorkelling as well as in Granadella and enjoy watching various species of Jávea's marine fauna.
This beach is one of the longest in Jávea and therefore one of the best known. Especially if we take into account that it is the only sandy beach of the village. It is about 500 metres long. Around this beach is another of the town's leisure areas with bars, restaurants and nightlife.
It is a rock and gravel beach about 10 kilometres away from the centre of the village. It is a typical place for the practice of some marine sports such as kayaking or snorkelling. Thanks to its crystal clear waters we can see different species of fish in the area. There are also places where you can rent the necessary equipment to practice both sports.
The town of Jávea
Jávea Old Town
Not to be missed on your visit the old town of JáveaThe old town, with typical medieval buildings, several gates with medieval arches and above all the walled areas. Within the old town there are several churches, including the church of San Bartolomé, as well as other municipal and historical buildings.
Port of Jávea
The area of the port of Jávea is the typical gastronomic area of the city. The numerous restaurants and tapas bars will allow you to enjoy Mediterranean food in any style and format. With the added value of being able to enjoy and taste a wide variety of fresh fish straight from the catch of the day in the Mediterranean.
Hiking and sea routes
Montgó Natural Park
The Montgó Natural Park Jávea of Denia. Here we can take beautiful walks through its more than 2,000 hectares of land or its routes up to a height of more than 750 metres.
In this natural area we can do several routes such as the Cape San Antonio lighthouse route with beautiful views of Jávea. The Cova Tallada route, which allows us to walk through a cave connected to the sea, or the Molins de la Plana route, where we can visit up to 11 windmills.
This route departs from Granadella Cove and the charm is that you have to do it by sea in a kayak, we remind you that on the beach there are places where you can rent the equipment without any problems.
This beautiful maritime route will allow us to pass through several impressive caves: Llop Marí Cave and the Orguens Cave in the Ambolo cove.