To See & Do
Jávea stretches from Cabo San Antonio to Cabo La Nau, with the Arenal sandy beach in between. Here, you will marvel at the azure blue, idyllic bays, rugged cliffs, and small islands off the coast. One of the most beautiful places to celebrate a holiday: Javea. Of course, you can get the necessary vitamin D along the pool or the beach, but there is much more to explore during your holiday in Javea and its surroundings. Javea (Xabia in Valencian) on the Costa Blanca is easy to reach by plane. It lies midway between Alicante and Valencia. From both airports, you can reach Jávea in just a 1-hour drive.
Go to the beach
Javea has the most beautiful beaches. Playa del Arenal (walking distance from Palmview) is the most famous beach of Javea and its only sandy beach. It stretches along a cosy boulevard, filled with shops, bars, and clubs.
Other, more secluded rocky bays and beaches in the area are:
Playa La Granadella
Cala de Portixol
Cala Cap Negre
Have a romantic dinner
Have a cocktail in a local bar
Situated 90 kilometers from Alicante on the way to Valencia, and sheltered from the wind by Cape San Antonio, this golf course has a perfect microclimate all year round, and is located in a wonderful natural setting, surrounded by pine trees. The course is very attractive with its gentle slopes, well-maintained
greens, and wide fairways flanked by pine trees and orange trees. It is a 9-hole course, but although it is not very long, it is certainly difficult. As bunkers plague it nearly all the way - 34 in total.
And Through our partnership with golfifach in Benissa we can offer our guests an exclusive 10% discount on 9 or 18 holes
Go shopping at the central market
This colourful indoor marketplace is located in the historical centre of Javea. It can be found in the Carrer Roques street, next to the church. Bars and cafes surround it, making it the perfect lunchtime outing.
Visit the historic town centre
The old town of Jávea is located 2 km from the coast because
of the constant attacks by pirates and corsairs in the sixteenth century. Today it is one of the most visited areas in the city,
with a maze of cobbled streets with houses of the past, where
you can see the great inherited cultural legacy of different civilizations that have passed over the centuries.
Eat tapas in a local restaurant
The best tapas can be found in the local restaurants in the
old town centre.
Visit the workshop of local artist Toni Mari
Toni Mari exposed his work in many galleries all over the world already, with high interest from their clients. Much of his work is exposed in central places in several cities like Valencia, Madrid, Dénia, Moraira, Jávea,... He can create your idea on request in different sizes! We assure you, you will be impressed…
Go hiking on Montgo
Climb the protected natural park of Montgó!
Enjoy the views from the top of the mountain.