Javea is an excellent choice for those looking to spend their holidays on Spain's Costa Blanca. Holiday homes can be found here in all shapes and sizes and especially at very favourable prices. So, are you looking for a suitable destination where you can spend your holidays at an attractive price in a luxury holiday villa? Javea offers you endless possibilities. Of course, sun worshippers know how to find the nearby beach effortlessly from their holiday home. More than 25 kilometres of bright white beaches on a bright blue Mediterranean Sea, what more could you want from your sun holiday? Something more active? Swap the pool of your villa for that of the Aqualandia water park or walk from your holiday home onto the green of the Javea Golf Club. But culture lovers will also enjoy Javea. Situated about 100 kilometres from larger cities such as Alicante and Valencia, Javea occupies a central position on the Costa Blanca. The town, also known as Xabia in Valencian, has a historic centre where you can walk through small, atmospheric streets and enjoy authentic Spanish architecture. Built around the Gothic fortress church of San Bartolome, the town is a major attraction for tourists. You can easily explore the varied surroundings from your cottage, as Javea has a rich and special history as an old hideout for pirates and smugglers. The area is also rich in nature, making it popular with hikers. After such an active day in the Mongó natural park or the La Granadella nature reserve, you can relax in the comfort of your own holiday villa. However, Javea also has a wide range of delicious restaurants and atmospheric bars. Have a quick look at your dream villa among the holiday homes in Javea below.
Pirates and smugglers once took advantage of the hiding places offered by the cliffs, caves and two rock islands of the Javea coast. Now, people especially enjoy using the beautiful beaches of Javea's 25-kilometre-long attractive coast. Culture enthusiasts can indulge in Javea, which is also known as Xabia. A walk through the historic town centre takes you through narrow alleys and streets past beautiful village houses. Also worth a visit is the Gothic fortress church of San Bartolome around which the town is built. On the promenade by the port, you can go for a snack or a drink at one of the many cosy terraces and restaurants. By the way, the surroundings of Jávea are perfect for long walks in beautiful nature; the protected area of La Granadella and the Montgó Natural Park are very inviting! A true adventure for everyone is the Aqualandia water park and the Terra Mítica theme park in Benidorm. Sports enthusiasts can go for an afternoon of golf at the 18-hole course of the Jávea Golf Club.