Along the entire bay of Jávea are its beaches and coves, each different, each with a peculiar charm, although all with a common denominator, clear and calm waters. We can highlight El Arenal Beach, Cala Blanca, Cala Granadella, Cala de la Barraca, etc.
The municipality has the strange geographic privilege of ending the Gulf of Valencia, giving way to one of the most beautiful coastal areas of the province of Alicante.
The town has a small traditional fishing port and, in its vicinity, small taverns where you can enjoy local specialties, where fish and seafood reign. In Jávea, its medieval town stands out and, despite the summer hustle and bustle, we will still find pleasant alleys to get lost and go shopping. Many buildings show us excellent stone work: arches with coarse or sandstone voussoirs that tell us about the splendor of times gone by. Undoubtedly Jávea is an excellent place to live or visit.
Montgó Natural Park:
This park can be visited quietly and with a pleasant walk and does not require great effort, its views and landscapes are excellent, both the views towards the interior, and the views when you get to the sea side. You can also see variety of types of birds, highly recommended.
Jávea golf club: Ctra. Jávea-Benitachell, Nº 285 km. 4,5, 03730 Jávea, Alicante