Javea’s famous 20 km of incredible coastline and renowned scenery is both a lively and traditional area. Javea is split into three notable areas,
The old town centre which is situated 2 kilometres inland and boasts traditional Spanish restaurants, shops and an abundance of stunning architecture where the Moorish influence can be seen everywhere. As you stroll through these ancient streets you will be transported back in time. This is perfect place to spend a day of culture or simply take a walk through a traditional Spanish and if you return in the evening the building are lit up in all their splendour
Javea Port is quietly bustling and is well worth a visit. It boasts many shops, restaurants (Taps) bars and the pretty La Grava pebble beach alongside the promenade lines with lovely palm trees in a relaxed atmosphere. The sculptures on the promenade are changed every year; Javea’s marina still functions as a fishing port with the fishing fleet arriving back in port at least once a day and yachts moored in the same vicinity. A market opens to sell the fresh produce caught by the fishermen. Walk past the harbour and ‘Club Náutico’ and you will come to the small beach named ‘Playa del Pope’ or ‘Playa del Tangó’.
Lastly the wonderful Arenal beach with pristine sand, and clear blue waters with a lovely pasao that has an abundance of choice for fine restaurants and places to eat, just behind the promenade is an abundance of fine shops this part of Javea attracts both locals and tourists alike.